Tom Powers Triple Challenge Futurity Stakes Sale

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The Tom Powers Futurity, started in 1980, is the oldest continuously operating pleasure futurity in the world. This year, the 1st Tom Powers Triple Challenge Futurity Stakes Sale was held and considered to be an overwhelming success. Thirty-five yearlings went through the ring. To be eligible for the futurity, the yearlings had to be microchipped and actually go through the sale ring. A large percentage of the horses in the sale had high reserves set for them, being entered for the purpose of establishing eligibility for the futurity program. As a result, 57% of the yearlings offered were sold.

High selling yearling was a 2010 bay colt, Simply One Hot, who brought $27,000. He was sired by One Hot Invitation, who has 15 AQHA Halter points, an Open Halter Register Of Merit (ROM), and AQHA Incentive Fund earnings of $500.85. His dam is Selection So Fine, by Selection So Simple. He is nominated to the AQHA Incentive Fund, National Snaffle Bit Association (NSBA) Breeders’ Championship Futurity, and the Michigan Futurity.

Twenty yearlings sold for a net total of $166,800, with an average price of $8,340. The Top 6 sellers (2 sold for $14,500) brought $107,200, for an average of $17,867.

Sale results courtesy of Alan Parker Auctions,  http://www.alanparkerauctions.com

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Fort Ranch 34th Annual Sale

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The 34th annual Fort Ranch Quarter Horse production sale was held June 25th at the ranch near Promontory, Utah. Seventy-one foals, sired by Gun Goes Boon, Quite A Boon, Zoom Zoom Shorty, Little Pistol Badge, Bobalena Bob, Bet On Binion, Mr. Peppy Olena, and Ricochets Sue, followed their dams into the sale ring to be bid on. Seventy of the 71 youngsters sold.

The highest selling foal was a bay stud colt, who brought $3,100. His sire, Bobalena Bob, is a 1999 NCHA Futurity Semi-Finalist, has an NCHA Certificate of Ability, and has earned $26,907. His dam, Quixote Redlena Prom, is a daughter of Mr Peppy Olena, an NCHA Open Futurity and Open Super Stakes semi-finalist whose offspring have earned over $285,000.

The 70 foals brought a total of $83,650. The average price was $1,195 and the sale percentage was 99%. The Top 5 sellers brought $11,500, for an average of $2,300.

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