Heritage Place held its Fall Mixed Sale on October 23 and 24 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Quarter Horses, Thoroughbreds, Paints and Appaloosas were offered, with sessions for each breed and a special yearling session. Six sessions in all were offered, with the Paints and Appaloosas being sold together.
Session 1 was the Quarter Horse mixed sale. Twenty-six horses were withdrawn and 305 were sent through the sale ring. With 1 horse not bid upon, 271 were sold for a total of $1,443,950 and an average price of $5,328. Thirty-three horses were repurchased for $199,200, averaging $6,036. The 304 total transactions brought $1,643,150 with a median price of $5,405.
Top selling horse of this session and the highest selling horse in the sale was First Prize Timber, a 2006 brown colt, who brought $60,000. By Oak Tree Special out of the Dash For Cash mare First Prize Dash, he had a Speed Index of 102 with 3 wins, 3 2nds, 1 3rd, and earnings of $55,928.
Session 2 was the Quarter Horse Yearling sale. Nine horses were withdrawn and 60 went through the ring. Fifty-four horses were sold for $365,300 and an average price of $6,765. Six were repurchased for $30,600, averaging $5,100. The 60 transactions totaled $395,900 for a median price of $6,598.
The high selling horse of this session was Emperor Valeran, a 2008 brown colt, who brought $27,500. By Heza Fast Dash out of Sheeza Lil Val, he is eligible for the All American, Rainbow & Ruidoso Futurities, the AQHA Racing Challenge, the Los Alamitos Two Million Futurity, and the Golden State Million Futurity.
Session 3 was the combined APHA & ApHC Yearling sale. Only 1 horse was withdrawn, leaving 15 to sell. Eleven sold for a total of $44,100 and an average price of $4,009. Four were repurchased for $6,100, averaging $1,525. The 15 transactions totaled $50,200 for a median price of $3,347.
This sessions high seller was Gone Postal, a 2008 solid sorrel Paint filly, who brought $15,000. She is by Hawkinson (AQHA Champion) out of the APHA mare By Gone (Champion 3-Year-Old and Champion 3-Year-Old Filly), a daughter of the great Paint racing stallion Treasured.
Session 4 was the APHA & ApHC mixed sale. Three horses were withdrawn and 18 horses went through the ring. Sixteen horses sold for a total of $25,150 and an average price of $1,572. Two horses were repurchased for $16,000, averaging $8,000. The eighteen transactions totaled $41,150 for a median price of $2,286.
The high seller of this session was Spank Me Hard, a 2007 sorrel tobiano filly, who brought $4,300. By Fly Jess Fly out of Easy Teaser, she had 1 win and 1 3rd in 5 starts earning $10,544.
Session 5 was the Thoroughbred Yearling sale. Twenty-five horse went through the ring with 22 selling for $28,450 and an average price of 1,293. Three were repurchased for $3,050, averaging $1,017. The 25 transactions totaled $31,500 for a median price of $1,260.
High selling horse of this session was an unnamed chestnut colt who brought $5,000. By Golden Missile, a son of A.P. Indy, out of the Charismatic daughter Holiday Fun, he is nominated to the Oklahoma Classics.
The final session was the Thoroughbred Mixed sale. Two horses were withdrawn leaving 70 to go through the ring. Fifty-seven horses sold for $76,100 and an average of $1,335. Thirteen were repurchased for $21,700, averaging $1,669. The 70 transactions totaled $97,800 for a median price of $1,397.
The highest seller was Pali Princess, a 1999 dark bay/brown mare, who brought $17,500. By Fortunate Prospect out of Groovin’ Boogie, she was bred to Tactical Cat (TB) and sold with a 2010 breeding to the Diamond G Ranch’s stallion of the buyer’s choice.
Four hundred thirty-one horses were sold in all 6 sessions for a total of $1,983,050 and an average of $4,601. Sixty-one repurchases totaled $276,650, averaging $4,535. The 492 transactions amounted to $2,259,700 with a median price of $4,593.
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