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Myers Performance Horse Prospect Sale

Carlos DaSilva and Luis Alverez, buyer representatives from Brazil with sale hosts Deb and Bill Myers after a very successful sale.

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If the horse market is on that long-awaited upward swing it has definitely started in the Black Hills of Western South Dakota. The 2011 edition of the Myers Performance Prospect Sale was once again a first-class production drawing international attention to their ranch-raised performance horses. Held on Aug. 27, Bill and Deb Myers from nearby St. Onge, SD, hosted their prospect sale east of Spearfish at the Seven Down Arenas. Their personal offering of 50 head was complimented by a select group of guest consignors from across the nation.

Kaseys Shadow, a 2009 bay mare sired by the ranch’s senior sire Frenchmans Guy, drew considerable attention and has a whirlwind journey and career ahead of her. She is out of Generals French Lady by Bogies General, the dam of Heza Hot General and Colours Of Shadows with combined Equistat earnings of $30,165. Commanding a bid of $40,000 from Agent Carlos DaSilva, she will find a new home in the South American country of Brazil.

DaSilva, acting again as the agent, also had the final bid on Guys Mis Laico, a 2009 chestnut mare sired by Leading Barrel Horse Sire Frenchmans Guy and out of the track record holding Streakin Six daughter, Miss Laico Six (speed index 104). Destined for Brazil, this well-started prospect left the ring on a bid of $31,000. The maturity and balance seen in these prospects are backed by these strong Myers Ranch pedigrees.



Sired by the Myers’ Streakin Six stallion World Speed AA, Wild N Speedy Guy also drew considerable interest with Barbara Johnson from Scottsdale, AZ, having the final bid at $38,000. This strong 2009 bay gelding is out of French Wild Heart, a proven daughter of Frenchmans Guy, and the 100 percent producer of 2011 barrel futurity money earners now exceeding $27,000. Bill Myers pre-sale comment was, “If this colt doesn’t make a superstar, I will be very disappointed.”

With a three-time National Finals Rodeo (NFR) Barrel Racing Qualifier as her dam, Guys Royal Scarlett has a bright future in the performance arena and barrel racing world. Again by the $4 Million sire Frenchmans Guy, the 2009 palomino mare is out of Go Royal Scarlett, a daughter of Royal Go Go (speed index 90) by Royal Bar (speed index 95). Campaigned by Ruth Haislip from California, her phenomenal lifetime barrel racing earnings exceeded $400,000. Brady and Toni Huber from Oelrichs, SD, are the new owners of this “royally bred” filly on a bid of $32,500.



At the conclusion of yet another successful sale, the Myers’ commented, “With an average of $20,166 – we were very pleased with the public’s acceptance of the first crop of two-year-old riding prospects by our young stallion, A Smooth Guy. Also exciting for us was the $24,000 average on our stallion World Speed’s first crop of riders. We greatly appreciate all the return customers who have bought horses through our sale in the past, have gone on to do well with them in the competitive arenas and now return to purchase another prospect. We are grateful for their continuing confidence in our program.”

If the horse market is on that long-awaited upward swing it has definitely started in the Black Hills of Western South Dakota. The 2011 edition of the Myers Performance Prospect Sale was once again a first-class production drawing international attention to their ranch-raised performance horses. Held on Aug. 27, Bill and Deb Myers from nearby St. Onge, SD, hosted their prospect sale east of Spearfish at the Seven Down Arenas. Their personal offering of 50 head was complimented by a select group of guest consignors from across the nation.

Kaseys Shadow, a 2009 bay mare sired by the ranch’s senior sire Frenchmans Guy, drew considerable attention and has a whirlwind journey and career ahead of her. She is out of Generals French Lady by Bogies General, the dam of Heza Hot General and Colours Of Shadows with combined Equistat earnings of $30,165. Commanding a bid of $40,000 from Agent Carlos DaSilva, she will find a new home in the South American country of Brazil.

DaSilva, acting again as the agent, also had the final bid on Guys Mis Laico, a 2009 chestnut mare sired by Leading Barrel Horse Sire Frenchmans Guy and out of the track record holding Streakin Six daughter, Miss Laico Six (speed index 104). Destined for Brazil, this well-started prospect left the ring on a bid of $31,000. The maturity and balance seen in these prospects are backed by these strong Myers Ranch pedigrees.

Sired by the Myers’ Streakin Six stallion World Speed AA, Wild N Speedy Guy also drew considerable interest with Barbara Johnson from Scottsdale, AZ, having the final bid at $38,000. This strong 2009 bay gelding is out of French Wild Heart, a proven daughter of Frenchmans Guy, and the 100 percent producer of 2011 barrel futurity money earners now exceeding $27,000. Bill Myers pre-sale comment was, “If this colt doesn’t make a superstar, I will be very disappointed.”

With a three-time National Finals Rodeo (NFR) Barrel Racing Qualifier as her dam, Guys Royal Scarlett has a bright future in the performance arena and barrel racing world. Again by the $4 Million sire Frenchmans Guy, the 2009 palomino mare is out of Go Royal Scarlett, a daughter of Royal Go Go (speed index 90) by Royal Bar (speed index 95). Campaigned by Ruth Haislip from California, her phenomenal lifetime barrel racing earnings exceeded $400,000. Brady and Toni Huber from Oelrichs, SD, are the new owners of this “royally bred” filly on a bid of $32,500.

At the conclusion of yet another successful sale, the Myers’ commented, “With an average of $20,166 – we were very pleased with the public’s acceptance of the first crop of two-year-old riding prospects by our young stallion, A Smooth Guy. Also exciting for us was the $24,000 average on our stallion World Speed’s first crop of riders. We greatly appreciate all the return customers who have bought horses through our sale in the past, have gone on to do well with them in the competitive arenas and now return to purchase another prospect. We are grateful for their continuing confidence in our program.”

If the horse market is on that long-awaited upward swing it has definitely started in the Black Hills of Western South Dakota. The 2011 edition of the Myers Performance Prospect Sale was once again a first-class production drawing international attention to their ranch-raised performance horses. Held on Aug. 27, Bill and Deb Myers from nearby St. Onge, SD, hosted their prospect sale east of Spearfish at the Seven Down Arenas. Their personal offering of 50 head was complimented by a select group of guest consignors from across the nation.

Kaseys Shadow, a 2009 bay mare sired by the ranch’s senior sire Frenchmans Guy, drew considerable attention and has a whirlwind journey and career ahead of her. She is out of Generals French Lady by Bogies General, the dam of Heza Hot General and Colours Of Shadows with combined Equistat earnings of $30,165. Commanding a bid of $40,000 from Agent Carlos DaSilva, she will find a new home in the South American country of Brazil.

DaSilva, acting again as the agent, also had the final bid on Guys Mis Laico, a 2009 chestnut mare sired by Leading Barrel Horse Sire Frenchmans Guy and out of the track record holding Streakin Six daughter, Miss Laico Six (speed index 104). Destined for Brazil, this well-started prospect left the ring on a bid of $31,000. The maturity and balance seen in these prospects are backed by these strong Myers Ranch pedigrees.

Sired by the Myers’ Streakin Six stallion World Speed AA, Wild N Speedy Guy also drew considerable interest with Barbara Johnson from Scottsdale, AZ, having the final bid at $38,000. This strong 2009 bay gelding is out of French Wild Heart, a proven daughter of Frenchmans Guy, and the 100 percent producer of 2011 barrel futurity money earners now exceeding $27,000. Bill Myers pre-sale comment was, “If this colt doesn’t make a superstar, I will be very disappointed.”

With a three-time National Finals Rodeo (NFR) Barrel Racing Qualifier as her dam, Guys Royal Scarlett has a bright future in the performance arena and barrel racing world. Again by the $4 Million sire Frenchmans Guy, the 2009 palomino mare is out of Go Royal Scarlett, a daughter of Royal Go Go (speed index 90) by Royal Bar (speed index 95). Campaigned by Ruth Haislip from California, her phenomenal lifetime barrel racing earnings exceeded $400,000. Brady and Toni Huber from Oelrichs, SD, are the new owners of this “royally bred” filly on a bid of $32,500.

At the conclusion of yet another successful sale, the Myers’ commented, “With an average of $20,166 – we were very pleased with the public’s acceptance of the first crop of two-year-old riding prospects by our young stallion, A Smooth Guy. Also exciting for us was the $24,000 average on our stallion World Speed’s first crop of riders. We greatly appreciate all the return customers who have bought horses through our sale in the past, have gone on to do well with them in the competitive arenas and now return to purchase another prospect. We are grateful for their continuing confidence in our program.”

If the horse market is on that long-awaited upward swing it has definitely started in the Black Hills of Western South Dakota. The 2011 edition of the Myers Performance Prospect Sale was once again a first-class production drawing international attention to their ranch-raised performance horses. Held on Aug. 27, Bill and Deb Myers from nearby St. Onge, SD, hosted their prospect sale east of Spearfish at the Seven Down Arenas. Their personal offering of 50 head was complimented by a select group of guest consignors from across the nation.

Kaseys Shadow, a 2009 bay mare sired by the ranch’s senior sire Frenchmans Guy, drew considerable attention and has a whirlwind journey and career ahead of her. She is out of Generals French Lady by Bogies General, the dam of Heza Hot General and Colours Of Shadows with combined Equistat earnings of $30,165. Commanding a bid of $40,000 from Agent Carlos DaSilva, she will find a new home in the South American country of Brazil.

DaSilva, acting again as the agent, also had the final bid on Guys Mis Laico, a 2009 chestnut mare sired by Leading Barrel Horse Sire Frenchmans Guy and out of the track record holding Streakin Six daughter, Miss Laico Six (speed index 104). Destined for Brazil, this well-started prospect left the ring on a bid of $31,000. The maturity and balance seen in these prospects are backed by these strong Myers Ranch pedigrees.

Sired by the Myers’ Streakin Six stallion World Speed AA, Wild N Speedy Guy also drew considerable interest with Barbara Johnson from Scottsdale, AZ, having the final bid at $38,000. This strong 2009 bay gelding is out of French Wild Heart, a proven daughter of Frenchmans Guy, and the 100 percent producer of 2011 barrel futurity money earners now exceeding $27,000. Bill Myers pre-sale comment was, “If this colt doesn’t make a superstar, I will be very disappointed.”

With a three-time National Finals Rodeo (NFR) Barrel Racing Qualifier as her dam, Guys Royal Scarlett has a bright future in the performance arena and barrel racing world. Again by the $4 Million sire Frenchmans Guy, the 2009 palomino mare is out of Go Royal Scarlett, a daughter of Royal Go Go (speed index 90) by Royal Bar (speed index 95). Campaigned by Ruth Haislip from California, her phenomenal lifetime barrel racing earnings exceeded $400,000. Brady and Toni Huber from Oelrichs, SD, are the new owners of this “royally bred” filly on a bid of $32,500.

At the conclusion of yet another successful sale, the Myers’ commented, “With an average of $20,166 – we were very pleased with the public’s acceptance of the first crop of two-year-old riding prospects by our young stallion, A Smooth Guy. Also exciting for us was the $24,000 average on our stallion World Speed’s first crop of riders. We greatly appreciate all the return customers who have bought horses through our sale in the past, have gone on to do well with them in the competitive arenas and now return to purchase another prospect. We are grateful for their continuing confidence in our program.”

If the horse market is on that long-awaited upward swing it has definitely started in the Black Hills of Western South Dakota. The 2011 edition of the Myers Performance Prospect Sale was once again a first-class production drawing international attention to their ranch-raised performance horses. Held on Aug. 27, Bill and Deb Myers from nearby St. Onge, SD, hosted their prospect sale east of Spearfish at the Seven Down Arenas. Their personal offering of 50 head was complimented by a select group of guest consignors from across the nation.

Kaseys Shadow, a 2009 bay mare sired by the ranch’s senior sire Frenchmans Guy, drew considerable attention and has a whirlwind journey and career ahead of her. She is out of Generals French Lady by Bogies General, the dam of Heza Hot General and Colours Of Shadows with combined Equistat earnings of $30,165. Commanding a bid of $40,000 from Agent Carlos DaSilva, she will find a new home in the South American country of Brazil.

DaSilva, acting again as the agent, also had the final bid on Guys Mis Laico, a 2009 chestnut mare sired by Leading Barrel Horse Sire Frenchmans Guy and out of the track record holding Streakin Six daughter, Miss Laico Six (speed index 104). Destined for Brazil, this well-started prospect left the ring on a bid of $31,000. The maturity and balance seen in these prospects are backed by these strong Myers Ranch pedigrees.

Sired by the Myers’ Streakin Six stallion World Speed AA, Wild N Speedy Guy also drew considerable interest with Barbara Johnson from Scottsdale, AZ, having the final bid at $38,000. This strong 2009 bay gelding is out of French Wild Heart, a proven daughter of Frenchmans Guy, and the 100 percent producer of 2011 barrel futurity money earners now exceeding $27,000. Bill Myers pre-sale comment was, “If this colt doesn’t make a superstar, I will be very disappointed.”

With a three-time National Finals Rodeo (NFR) Barrel Racing Qualifier as her dam, Guys Royal Scarlett has a bright future in the performance arena and barrel racing world. Again by the $4 Million sire Frenchmans Guy, the 2009 palomino mare is out of Go Royal Scarlett, a daughter of Royal Go Go (speed index 90) by Royal Bar (speed index 95). Campaigned by Ruth Haislip from California, her phenomenal lifetime barrel racing earnings exceeded $400,000. Brady and Toni Huber from Oelrichs, SD, are the new owners of this “royally bred” filly on a bid of $32,500.

At the conclusion of yet another successful sale, the Myers’ commented, “With an average of $20,166 – we were very pleased with the public’s acceptance of the first crop of two-year-old riding prospects by our young stallion, A Smooth Guy. Also exciting for us was the $24,000 average on our stallion World Speed’s first crop of riders. We greatly appreciate all the return customers who have bought horses through our sale in the past, have gone on to do well with them in the competitive arenas and now return to purchase another prospect. We are grateful for their continuing confidence in our program.”

If the horse market is on that long-awaited upward swing it has definitely started in the Black Hills of Western South Dakota. The 2011 edition of the Myers Performance Prospect Sale was once again a first-class production drawing international attention to their ranch-raised performance horses. Held on Aug. 27, Bill and Deb Myers from nearby St. Onge, SD, hosted their prospect sale east of Spearfish at the Seven Down Arenas. Their personal offering of 50 head was complimented by a select group of guest consignors from across the nation.

Kaseys Shadow, a 2009 bay mare sired by the ranch’s senior sire Frenchmans Guy, drew considerable attention and has a whirlwind journey and career ahead of her. She is out of Generals French Lady by Bogies General, the dam of Heza Hot General and Colours Of Shadows with combined Equistat earnings of $30,165. Commanding a bid of $40,000 from Agent Carlos DaSilva, she will find a new home in the South American country of Brazil.

DaSilva, acting again as the agent, also had the final bid on Guys Mis Laico, a 2009 chestnut mare sired by Leading Barrel Horse Sire Frenchmans Guy and out of the track record holding Streakin Six daughter, Miss Laico Six (speed index 104). Destined for Brazil, this well-started prospect left the ring on a bid of $31,000. The maturity and balance seen in these prospects are backed by these strong Myers Ranch pedigrees.

Sired by the Myers’ Streakin Six stallion World Speed AA, Wild N Speedy Guy also drew considerable interest with Barbara Johnson from Scottsdale, AZ, having the final bid at $38,000. This strong 2009 bay gelding is out of French Wild Heart, a proven daughter of Frenchmans Guy, and the 100 percent producer of 2011 barrel futurity money earners now exceeding $27,000. Bill Myers pre-sale comment was, “If this colt doesn’t make a superstar, I will be very disappointed.”

With a three-time National Finals Rodeo (NFR) Barrel Racing Qualifier as her dam, Guys Royal Scarlett has a bright future in the performance arena and barrel racing world. Again by the $4 Million sire Frenchmans Guy, the 2009 palomino mare is out of Go Royal Scarlett, a daughter of Royal Go Go (speed index 90) by Royal Bar (speed index 95). Campaigned by Ruth Haislip from California, her phenomenal lifetime barrel racing earnings exceeded $400,000. Brady and Toni Huber from Oelrichs, SD, are the new owners of this “royally bred” filly on a bid of $32,500.

At the conclusion of yet another successful sale, the Myers’ commented, “With an average of $20,166 – we were very pleased with the public’s acceptance of the first crop of two-year-old riding prospects by our young stallion, A Smooth Guy. Also exciting for us was the $24,000 average on our stallion World Speed’s first crop of riders. We greatly appreciate all the return customers who have bought horses through our sale in the past, have gone on to do well with them in the competitive arenas and now return to purchase another prospect. We are grateful for their continuing confidence in our program.”


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