The Armitage Cowhorse Classic sale was held on June 18th near Pryor, Oklahoma. The featured consignor was the Stuart Ranch (7S Ranch), winner of the “AQHA Best Remuda Award”, and nationally recognized as showing Real Gun to his 2004 AQHA World Show Superhorse championship. Sixty-eight cow-bred horses, from breeding stock to well-broke riding horses were offered. All 68 of the horses sold.
The high selling horse was Tachitas Scooter, a 2005 brown gelding, that brought $6,500. His sire, Smart Lil Scoot, was a NCHA Super Stakes Open Classic Champion, NCHA Open Classic/Challenge Champion, and is in the NCHA Hall of Fame with lifetime earnings of $266,425. His dam, Tachitas Last, is by the legendary Peppy San Badger, NCHA Hall of Fame, AQHA Hall of Fame, lifetime earnings of $172,710, and the #1 leading cutting horse sire of all time. “Scooter” has been used in the pasture, doctored lots of cattle, and has been roped on in the arena.
The 68 brought a total of $148,300, with an average price of $2,181. The Top 5 sellers brought $29,000, for an average of $5,800.
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