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Ranchers Quarter Horse Breeders Association (RQHBA) sale

A Ranch Horse Futurity & Exhibition and presentation of Yearling Futurity winners kicked off the 10th Anniversary RQHBA sale. Managers were very excited to pay out the entire $2,500 Yearling Futurity purse to winners Larry and Barb Moe, Gary and Shirley Waddell, and Lonnie Krause – each receiving $833. Jay Mattson won the first ever RQHBA Ranch Horse Futurity and $300 riding a two-year-old mare that he purchased at the 2008 RQHBA sale sired by Don Eich’s Paddys Doc O Whiskey.

The sale saw higher prices from previous years on all of the high-sellers, and attracted buyers from OR, IL, WI, NE, CO, WY and the Dakotas. Don and Patty Brunner’s brought a 2010-buckskin stallion sired by their stallion Executive Flash. He sold to the Meddills of Colorado with a final bid of $1,800. They received a custom saddle blanket for their purchase. Long Quarter Horses from Enning, SD once again brought a high seller with their blue roan filly sired by Sir Bea Cowboy. She sold for $1,100 to Debbie Tannehill also of Colorado.

This year’s sale had an even larger set of solid Invitational Saddle Horses, which all had an opportunity to showcase their skills in the Ranch Horse Exhibition. Lucas Stolhammer and Casey Vaughn each received a Montana Silver Buckle for consigning the high selling horses with their mares Cee Heart Tivs Belle x Cee Heart Taylor and Playin Lady x Playboys Phoenix. Both mares left the sale ring with a final bid of $3,700, and sold to North Dakota and Wyoming. Pam and Kristy Rolph from Buffalo, SD, brought some solid ranch horses patterned on the barrels. Lot 70x, a gelding by Mia Pig Too, sold for $3,200 to Neal Richter of South Dakota. Mary Eaton of North Dakota purchased Kristy’s big buckskin gelding, Lot 71, for $3,000. Bar JT Quarter Horses’ 2007-palomino gelding sired by RC Sail Doc Duster left the ring with a bid of $3,100 and went to Nebraska.

Be sure and check out http://www.RQHBA.com or call 605-985-5426 for 2011 Futurity and Sale information.

A Ranch Horse Futurity & Exhibition and presentation of Yearling Futurity winners kicked off the 10th Anniversary RQHBA sale. Managers were very excited to pay out the entire $2,500 Yearling Futurity purse to winners Larry and Barb Moe, Gary and Shirley Waddell, and Lonnie Krause – each receiving $833. Jay Mattson won the first ever RQHBA Ranch Horse Futurity and $300 riding a two-year-old mare that he purchased at the 2008 RQHBA sale sired by Don Eich’s Paddys Doc O Whiskey.

The sale saw higher prices from previous years on all of the high-sellers, and attracted buyers from OR, IL, WI, NE, CO, WY and the Dakotas. Don and Patty Brunner’s brought a 2010-buckskin stallion sired by their stallion Executive Flash. He sold to the Meddills of Colorado with a final bid of $1,800. They received a custom saddle blanket for their purchase. Long Quarter Horses from Enning, SD once again brought a high seller with their blue roan filly sired by Sir Bea Cowboy. She sold for $1,100 to Debbie Tannehill also of Colorado.

This year’s sale had an even larger set of solid Invitational Saddle Horses, which all had an opportunity to showcase their skills in the Ranch Horse Exhibition. Lucas Stolhammer and Casey Vaughn each received a Montana Silver Buckle for consigning the high selling horses with their mares Cee Heart Tivs Belle x Cee Heart Taylor and Playin Lady x Playboys Phoenix. Both mares left the sale ring with a final bid of $3,700, and sold to North Dakota and Wyoming. Pam and Kristy Rolph from Buffalo, SD, brought some solid ranch horses patterned on the barrels. Lot 70x, a gelding by Mia Pig Too, sold for $3,200 to Neal Richter of South Dakota. Mary Eaton of North Dakota purchased Kristy’s big buckskin gelding, Lot 71, for $3,000. Bar JT Quarter Horses’ 2007-palomino gelding sired by RC Sail Doc Duster left the ring with a bid of $3,100 and went to Nebraska.

Be sure and check out http://www.RQHBA.com or call 605-985-5426 for 2011 Futurity and Sale information.


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