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Fulton Performance Horse & Production Sale

Larry Larson

Photo by Larry LarsonStreakin Perks, a 2005 bay roan stallion sired by A Steak Of Fling, the AAA son of Steakin Six owned by Fulton Ranch in Valentine, NE, was the high selling consignment at the 2007 Fulton Performance Horse & Production Sale in Kearney, NE. Consigned by Greg Nielsen, the outstanding stallion prospect out of an own daughter of Dash For Perks left the ring on a bid of $28,000 from Tayna Graves from Canton, MS.

Sept. 8, 2007

Kearney, NE

Lynn Weishaar

A Streak Of Fling Weanlings – $3,130

Yearlings – $8,438

Two-year-olds – $10,580

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Three-year-olds – $6,844

Performance horses – $11,563

Overall average – $9,167

Qualities including trust and honesty backed by a popular product drew considerable interest in the outcome of the 2007 Fulton Performance Horse & Production Sale held Sept. 8 in Kearney, NE. Hosted by Brian, Lisa, Jake, Jared and John Lloyd Fulton, the annual sale was held at the Buffalo County Expo Center and featured consignments from select outside consignors.

The ranch, located north of Valentine, NE just a short distance north of the border into South Dakota, is a nationally respected operation that once again drew considerable attention from across the nation – consignments eventually found new homes in 16 states. The Fulton sale again offered online bidding through HorseAuctions.com and BidSpotter.com and had steady telephone bidding throughout the sale and featured Auctioneer Lynn Weishaar with assistance on pedigrees by John E. Johnson.

Sept. 8, 2007

Kearney, NE

Lynn Weishaar

A Streak Of Fling Weanlings – $3,130

Yearlings – $8,438

Two-year-olds – $10,580

Three-year-olds – $6,844

Performance horses – $11,563

Overall average – $9,167

Qualities including trust and honesty backed by a popular product drew considerable interest in the outcome of the 2007 Fulton Performance Horse & Production Sale held Sept. 8 in Kearney, NE. Hosted by Brian, Lisa, Jake, Jared and John Lloyd Fulton, the annual sale was held at the Buffalo County Expo Center and featured consignments from select outside consignors.

The ranch, located north of Valentine, NE just a short distance north of the border into South Dakota, is a nationally respected operation that once again drew considerable attention from across the nation – consignments eventually found new homes in 16 states. The Fulton sale again offered online bidding through HorseAuctions.com and BidSpotter.com and had steady telephone bidding throughout the sale and featured Auctioneer Lynn Weishaar with assistance on pedigrees by John E. Johnson.

Sept. 8, 2007

Kearney, NE

Lynn Weishaar

A Streak Of Fling Weanlings – $3,130

Yearlings – $8,438

Two-year-olds – $10,580

Three-year-olds – $6,844

Performance horses – $11,563

Overall average – $9,167

Qualities including trust and honesty backed by a popular product drew considerable interest in the outcome of the 2007 Fulton Performance Horse & Production Sale held Sept. 8 in Kearney, NE. Hosted by Brian, Lisa, Jake, Jared and John Lloyd Fulton, the annual sale was held at the Buffalo County Expo Center and featured consignments from select outside consignors.

The ranch, located north of Valentine, NE just a short distance north of the border into South Dakota, is a nationally respected operation that once again drew considerable attention from across the nation – consignments eventually found new homes in 16 states. The Fulton sale again offered online bidding through HorseAuctions.com and BidSpotter.com and had steady telephone bidding throughout the sale and featured Auctioneer Lynn Weishaar with assistance on pedigrees by John E. Johnson.

Sept. 8, 2007

Kearney, NE

Lynn Weishaar

A Streak Of Fling Weanlings – $3,130

Yearlings – $8,438

Two-year-olds – $10,580

Three-year-olds – $6,844

Performance horses – $11,563

Overall average – $9,167

Qualities including trust and honesty backed by a popular product drew considerable interest in the outcome of the 2007 Fulton Performance Horse & Production Sale held Sept. 8 in Kearney, NE. Hosted by Brian, Lisa, Jake, Jared and John Lloyd Fulton, the annual sale was held at the Buffalo County Expo Center and featured consignments from select outside consignors.

The ranch, located north of Valentine, NE just a short distance north of the border into South Dakota, is a nationally respected operation that once again drew considerable attention from across the nation – consignments eventually found new homes in 16 states. The Fulton sale again offered online bidding through HorseAuctions.com and BidSpotter.com and had steady telephone bidding throughout the sale and featured Auctioneer Lynn Weishaar with assistance on pedigrees by John E. Johnson.