Southwest Select Broke Horse Sale
June 17, 2015
Bowman Auction Market, Bowman, ND
Auctioneer: Randy Searer
TSLN Rep: Rowdy Benson
39 broke horses averaged: $4942
It was a fine day at Bowman Auction Market for the Southwest Select Broke Horse Sale. Once again Harry Kerr, Michelle Rotenberger and Grant DeSaye chose only the best of quality to put in the offering. There was a large crowd at the preview and ringside with high expectations and the broke horses did not disappoint. There were horses offered anywhere from championship quality team roper to the dead broke cow horse. It was very impressive and the horses sure spoke for themselves. Here is the top end:
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Lot 5, Bay, a grade 2000 model gelding got the day started off right topping the sale at $13,000. This rock solid head horse was consigned by Rik Baumeister and purchased by Harry Vanlishout of Morristown, SD. Can't say enough about this horse other than he was well worth the money.
Lot 30, CA Regal Canyon, was also a showstopper at $9,750 as a pair of young boys showed off his gentle nature and broke manner. This 2007 roan gelding consigned by Katie Langdeau is a son of LJSR Poco Hook and Dudes Roan King mare. "Macaroni" was purchased by Luke Anderson of Culbertson, MT.
Lot 39, Alamitos Alaman, sold to Robyn Mrnak of Bowman, ND for $9,500. This was a 2006 Palomino gelding out of Alamitos Sun Frost and an Alaman mare. Here was a ranching, youth rodeo, pleasure riding deluxe consigned by Ross and Crissy Peterson that had a lot of eye appeal.
Spring Padden of Ludlow, SD pulled the trigger at $9,000 on Lot 43, DE Frosty Teasn. This is a 2009 sorrel gelding consigned by the little big man Jackson Langdeau. "Henry" is a Wily Frosty Wood out of the good stallion Wilywood. This million-dollar kids horse is just what the doctor ordered for anyone.
Lot 44, Bo, is a bay grade gelding consigned by the Hammel Ranch. Sold to Dean Tarter of Camp Crook, SD for $8,250. This 2007 ranch gelding is a do it all hand that'll pack anyone from 8-80.
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