2011 AQHA World Championship Show Sale

The AQHA World Championship Show Sale

Quarter Horse Gelding Chics River Dancer

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was held on November 18th in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Held in conjunction with the AQHA World Championship Show, this show, like the Congress, offers some of the best Quarter bloodliines in the nation. The sale is divided into 3 sessions: the Working Horse, the Pleasure Horse, and the Halter Horse. The Pleasure Horse and Halter Horse sessions are again divided into 2 sessions each: a regular session and a premium presentation session known as the World Salebration. Two hundred and twenty-nine horses passed through the ring, with 183 of them selling.

High selling honors went to a 2010 bay filly, Blazingly Classic, who sold in the World Salebration Pleasure session for $65,000. She is sired by Blazing Hot, a 2010 AQHA Top 10 Leading sire in 8 divisions, and 2010 NSBA (National Snaffle Bit Association) #1 Leading Sire, siring earners of 38,708 points, 439 ROM (Register Of Merit), 213 Superiors, 28 World/Reserve World Champions, and over $2,600,000. Her dam, Certainly a Classic by Certain Potential, is an Open & Amateur Superior Western Pleasure mare that is also an ROM producer.

The 183 horses grossed $858,350, with an average sale price of $4,690 and a sale percentage of 80%. The Top 5 sellers brought $174,200, for an average of $34,840.


Hylee Farm 4th Morgan Horse Production and Consignment Sale

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The 4th Hylee Production and Consignment Auction was held October 29th at the farm in Mount Horeb, Wisconsin. The quality of the Morgan horses consigned in the past has been excellent, and this year was no exception. A good balance of young prospects, seasoned show horses, and high quality broodmares were offered. The horses were trained in a multitude of disciplines, from huntseat to western, carriage driving to dressage, and even plain old pleasure riding. Forty of these beautiful and talented horses went through the ring, with 35 of them going to new homes.

High seller honors went to Equinox Attache, a 2004 bay stallion, who sold for $26,500. Sired by White Rock’s Caliopy and out of Charlestown Madonna, his high going park action had earned him wins in park harness and park saddle. His foals inherit his size, intelligence, and are easy to train.

The 31 horses grossed $115,500, with an average sale price of $3,300 and a sale percentage of 88%. The Top 5 sellers brought $63,300, for an average of $12,660.