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6th Annual Historic Deadwood Horse Sale

Dan Piroutek

Bodie, Jay, and Melinda Mattson with Auctioneer Seth Weishaar and Announcer Jake Clark, after a very successful sale.

A nice crowd of very serious buyers gathered for the annual May performance horse sale, offered as the Historic Deadwood Horse Sale. The location was the Seven Down Indoor Arena near Spearfish. Sale hosts, Jay, Melinda, and Bodie Mattson, had put together an offering of horses for a wide variety of buyers – from some very elite top proven rodeo competitors to some very well-bred young riding prospects.

I felt that this set of horses was very well represented by the sellers and this brought confidence to the buying public. The horses were shown in a preview on the afternoon before, and the morning of, the sale.

The top selling horse of the day was Lot 12, selling for $16,500 to Kelly Eggl from Minot, ND. He was Haidas Money Bug, a son of Haidas Little Badger, and out of an own daughter of On the Money Red. This five-year-old was presented and sold by the Mattsons, and Jay thought that he was one of the nicest young calf roping horses that he has ever owned.

A nice crowd of very serious buyers gathered for the annual May performance horse sale, offered as the Historic Deadwood Horse Sale. The location was the Seven Down Indoor Arena near Spearfish. Sale hosts, Jay, Melinda, and Bodie Mattson, had put together an offering of horses for a wide variety of buyers – from some very elite top proven rodeo competitors to some very well-bred young riding prospects.

I felt that this set of horses was very well represented by the sellers and this brought confidence to the buying public. The horses were shown in a preview on the afternoon before, and the morning of, the sale.

The top selling horse of the day was Lot 12, selling for $16,500 to Kelly Eggl from Minot, ND. He was Haidas Money Bug, a son of Haidas Little Badger, and out of an own daughter of On the Money Red. This five-year-old was presented and sold by the Mattsons, and Jay thought that he was one of the nicest young calf roping horses that he has ever owned.

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A nice crowd of very serious buyers gathered for the annual May performance horse sale, offered as the Historic Deadwood Horse Sale. The location was the Seven Down Indoor Arena near Spearfish. Sale hosts, Jay, Melinda, and Bodie Mattson, had put together an offering of horses for a wide variety of buyers – from some very elite top proven rodeo competitors to some very well-bred young riding prospects.

I felt that this set of horses was very well represented by the sellers and this brought confidence to the buying public. The horses were shown in a preview on the afternoon before, and the morning of, the sale.

The top selling horse of the day was Lot 12, selling for $16,500 to Kelly Eggl from Minot, ND. He was Haidas Money Bug, a son of Haidas Little Badger, and out of an own daughter of On the Money Red. This five-year-old was presented and sold by the Mattsons, and Jay thought that he was one of the nicest young calf roping horses that he has ever owned.

A nice crowd of very serious buyers gathered for the annual May performance horse sale, offered as the Historic Deadwood Horse Sale. The location was the Seven Down Indoor Arena near Spearfish. Sale hosts, Jay, Melinda, and Bodie Mattson, had put together an offering of horses for a wide variety of buyers – from some very elite top proven rodeo competitors to some very well-bred young riding prospects.

I felt that this set of horses was very well represented by the sellers and this brought confidence to the buying public. The horses were shown in a preview on the afternoon before, and the morning of, the sale.

The top selling horse of the day was Lot 12, selling for $16,500 to Kelly Eggl from Minot, ND. He was Haidas Money Bug, a son of Haidas Little Badger, and out of an own daughter of On the Money Red. This five-year-old was presented and sold by the Mattsons, and Jay thought that he was one of the nicest young calf roping horses that he has ever owned.