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2011 Ranchers Quarter Horse Breeders Association (RQHBA)

The 11th annual Ranchers Quarter Horse Breeders Association (RQHBA) sale was held at the Seven Down Arena on Sunday, Aug. 28. The sale day began at 9 a.m. with the 2nd Annual RQHBA Ranch Horse Futurity. Two- and three-year-old horses purchased through the RQHBA competed for a $600 purse sponsored by The Wrangler Horse & Rodeo News. Contestants had to perform a basic ranch obstacle course and reining pattern. Taking top honors was Paul Greimsman riding Gotta Dandy Vandy, a three-year-old mare sired by Gotta Sweet Leo, owned by Judy Philips of Wyoming and bred by Gary and Deb Mailloux of Mailloux QH. They received $300 and a Champion Buckle sponsored by Tri-State Livestock News.

Other Ranch Horse Futurity winners were: Reserve Champion, Tivs Hired Hand, ridden by Rhonda Matt, owned by Cliff Matt and bred by Chad and Mindy Hubert of H Open 6 QH; they received $200 and a hay bag sponsored by DeTye Vet Supply. Third place, Moon Jet Classic, owned by Jason Reed, bred by Glen and Janet Long of Long QH; they received a $100 and a gift certificate to FMG Feeds.

Prior to the sale, winners of the Don Brunner Memorial/RQHBA $2,500 Yearling Futurity were presented with their cash awards which were sponsored by Black Hills Riding Club, Sally O’Malley’s, RCQHA and Pizza Ranch of Sturgis. Champion Stallion was awarded to Cowboys Main Chex, owned and exhibited by Collin Palmer, bred by Le’Ann Bender, Bender Ranch. Champion Mare went to GJL Cowboys Sugar, owned by Gary and Shirley Waddell, bred by Glen and Janet Long, Long Quarter Horses. Champion Gelding went to Lonsum Duster, owned by Alice Baker, exhibited by Amanda Willliams, and bred by LeRoy and Shirley Wetz, Stirrup Ranch.



Buyers at the 11th annual RQHBA sale came from Oregon, California, Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wyoming.

The top-selling colt was sired by PC Ikewood Oaks, owned by Sharron Herron and sold to Lorence Edoff of South Dakota for $1,300. The reserve colt was Cowboys Lucky Joe, sired by Sir Bea Cowboy, owned by Glen and Janet Long and sold to Ed Dodson of South Dakota for $1,000.



The top-selling filly was Watch Me Go Cowgirl, sired by Sir Bea Cowboy, owned by Glen and Janet Long and sold to Le’Ann Bender of South Dakota for $1,000. The reserve filly was High Style Cowgirl, sired by Sir Bea Cowboy, owned by Glen and Janet Long and sold to Le’Ann Bender of South Dakota for $950.

Ninety-two percent of the weanlings sold averaged $506.

The top-selling yearling filly was Flash Me A Jewell, sired by Talls Executive, owned by Brunner Quarter Horses and sold to Jacki Wahle of Wyoming for $900.

The top-selling yearling gelding was YO Silver Cider, sired by Hancock Silver Tonka, owned by Merrill Ranch and sold to Jay Mattson of South Dakota for $600.

The top-selling riding mare was Star N Shine owned by Doug Bliek and sold to Dennis Drayton of South Dakota for $4,900. The reserve riding mare was BS Money Rockette EZ and sold to Clayton Schnose of South Dakota for $3,000.

The top-selling riding gelding was Lonetree Latigo Joe owned by Lucas and Melinda Stolhammer and sold to Seth Weishaar of South Dakota for $4,300. The reserve gelding was YO Hancock N Silver owned by Merrill Ranch and sold to Tanna Holzer of South Dakota for $3,100.

The RQHBA would like to thank all the buyers, futurity participants and sponsors of the event and look forward to 2012.

The 11th annual Ranchers Quarter Horse Breeders Association (RQHBA) sale was held at the Seven Down Arena on Sunday, Aug. 28. The sale day began at 9 a.m. with the 2nd Annual RQHBA Ranch Horse Futurity. Two- and three-year-old horses purchased through the RQHBA competed for a $600 purse sponsored by The Wrangler Horse & Rodeo News. Contestants had to perform a basic ranch obstacle course and reining pattern. Taking top honors was Paul Greimsman riding Gotta Dandy Vandy, a three-year-old mare sired by Gotta Sweet Leo, owned by Judy Philips of Wyoming and bred by Gary and Deb Mailloux of Mailloux QH. They received $300 and a Champion Buckle sponsored by Tri-State Livestock News.

Other Ranch Horse Futurity winners were: Reserve Champion, Tivs Hired Hand, ridden by Rhonda Matt, owned by Cliff Matt and bred by Chad and Mindy Hubert of H Open 6 QH; they received $200 and a hay bag sponsored by DeTye Vet Supply. Third place, Moon Jet Classic, owned by Jason Reed, bred by Glen and Janet Long of Long QH; they received a $100 and a gift certificate to FMG Feeds.

Prior to the sale, winners of the Don Brunner Memorial/RQHBA $2,500 Yearling Futurity were presented with their cash awards which were sponsored by Black Hills Riding Club, Sally O’Malley’s, RCQHA and Pizza Ranch of Sturgis. Champion Stallion was awarded to Cowboys Main Chex, owned and exhibited by Collin Palmer, bred by Le’Ann Bender, Bender Ranch. Champion Mare went to GJL Cowboys Sugar, owned by Gary and Shirley Waddell, bred by Glen and Janet Long, Long Quarter Horses. Champion Gelding went to Lonsum Duster, owned by Alice Baker, exhibited by Amanda Willliams, and bred by LeRoy and Shirley Wetz, Stirrup Ranch.

Buyers at the 11th annual RQHBA sale came from Oregon, California, Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wyoming.

The top-selling colt was sired by PC Ikewood Oaks, owned by Sharron Herron and sold to Lorence Edoff of South Dakota for $1,300. The reserve colt was Cowboys Lucky Joe, sired by Sir Bea Cowboy, owned by Glen and Janet Long and sold to Ed Dodson of South Dakota for $1,000.

The top-selling filly was Watch Me Go Cowgirl, sired by Sir Bea Cowboy, owned by Glen and Janet Long and sold to Le’Ann Bender of South Dakota for $1,000. The reserve filly was High Style Cowgirl, sired by Sir Bea Cowboy, owned by Glen and Janet Long and sold to Le’Ann Bender of South Dakota for $950.

Ninety-two percent of the weanlings sold averaged $506.

The top-selling yearling filly was Flash Me A Jewell, sired by Talls Executive, owned by Brunner Quarter Horses and sold to Jacki Wahle of Wyoming for $900.

The top-selling yearling gelding was YO Silver Cider, sired by Hancock Silver Tonka, owned by Merrill Ranch and sold to Jay Mattson of South Dakota for $600.

The top-selling riding mare was Star N Shine owned by Doug Bliek and sold to Dennis Drayton of South Dakota for $4,900. The reserve riding mare was BS Money Rockette EZ and sold to Clayton Schnose of South Dakota for $3,000.

The top-selling riding gelding was Lonetree Latigo Joe owned by Lucas and Melinda Stolhammer and sold to Seth Weishaar of South Dakota for $4,300. The reserve gelding was YO Hancock N Silver owned by Merrill Ranch and sold to Tanna Holzer of South Dakota for $3,100.

The RQHBA would like to thank all the buyers, futurity participants and sponsors of the event and look forward to 2012.

The 11th annual Ranchers Quarter Horse Breeders Association (RQHBA) sale was held at the Seven Down Arena on Sunday, Aug. 28. The sale day began at 9 a.m. with the 2nd Annual RQHBA Ranch Horse Futurity. Two- and three-year-old horses purchased through the RQHBA competed for a $600 purse sponsored by The Wrangler Horse & Rodeo News. Contestants had to perform a basic ranch obstacle course and reining pattern. Taking top honors was Paul Greimsman riding Gotta Dandy Vandy, a three-year-old mare sired by Gotta Sweet Leo, owned by Judy Philips of Wyoming and bred by Gary and Deb Mailloux of Mailloux QH. They received $300 and a Champion Buckle sponsored by Tri-State Livestock News.

Other Ranch Horse Futurity winners were: Reserve Champion, Tivs Hired Hand, ridden by Rhonda Matt, owned by Cliff Matt and bred by Chad and Mindy Hubert of H Open 6 QH; they received $200 and a hay bag sponsored by DeTye Vet Supply. Third place, Moon Jet Classic, owned by Jason Reed, bred by Glen and Janet Long of Long QH; they received a $100 and a gift certificate to FMG Feeds.

Prior to the sale, winners of the Don Brunner Memorial/RQHBA $2,500 Yearling Futurity were presented with their cash awards which were sponsored by Black Hills Riding Club, Sally O’Malley’s, RCQHA and Pizza Ranch of Sturgis. Champion Stallion was awarded to Cowboys Main Chex, owned and exhibited by Collin Palmer, bred by Le’Ann Bender, Bender Ranch. Champion Mare went to GJL Cowboys Sugar, owned by Gary and Shirley Waddell, bred by Glen and Janet Long, Long Quarter Horses. Champion Gelding went to Lonsum Duster, owned by Alice Baker, exhibited by Amanda Willliams, and bred by LeRoy and Shirley Wetz, Stirrup Ranch.

Buyers at the 11th annual RQHBA sale came from Oregon, California, Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wyoming.

The top-selling colt was sired by PC Ikewood Oaks, owned by Sharron Herron and sold to Lorence Edoff of South Dakota for $1,300. The reserve colt was Cowboys Lucky Joe, sired by Sir Bea Cowboy, owned by Glen and Janet Long and sold to Ed Dodson of South Dakota for $1,000.

The top-selling filly was Watch Me Go Cowgirl, sired by Sir Bea Cowboy, owned by Glen and Janet Long and sold to Le’Ann Bender of South Dakota for $1,000. The reserve filly was High Style Cowgirl, sired by Sir Bea Cowboy, owned by Glen and Janet Long and sold to Le’Ann Bender of South Dakota for $950.

Ninety-two percent of the weanlings sold averaged $506.

The top-selling yearling filly was Flash Me A Jewell, sired by Talls Executive, owned by Brunner Quarter Horses and sold to Jacki Wahle of Wyoming for $900.

The top-selling yearling gelding was YO Silver Cider, sired by Hancock Silver Tonka, owned by Merrill Ranch and sold to Jay Mattson of South Dakota for $600.

The top-selling riding mare was Star N Shine owned by Doug Bliek and sold to Dennis Drayton of South Dakota for $4,900. The reserve riding mare was BS Money Rockette EZ and sold to Clayton Schnose of South Dakota for $3,000.

The top-selling riding gelding was Lonetree Latigo Joe owned by Lucas and Melinda Stolhammer and sold to Seth Weishaar of South Dakota for $4,300. The reserve gelding was YO Hancock N Silver owned by Merrill Ranch and sold to Tanna Holzer of South Dakota for $3,100.

The RQHBA would like to thank all the buyers, futurity participants and sponsors of the event and look forward to 2012.


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