The 3rd annual Full House Elite Performance Stock Horse Sale was held June 6 at the Weston County Fairgrounds in New Castle, Wyoming. Sixty-six broke ranch horses (including 4 high-quality 2 year olds) were presented for sale, with all but 1 selling.
The high selling horse was A Peppy San Badger, a 2005 sorrel gelding, who brought $15,500. His sire, Annies Little Pepper, is a son of the great AQHA Hall of Fame sire Peppy San Badger. His dam, Si Olena Baker, is a daughter of Si Olena who was the 1998 World Senior Cutting Champion and earned NCHA earnings of $97,000. A Peppy San Badger has been to ranch rodeos, has been roped off, and can work a cow.
The sixty-five horses that sold netted $466,650, with an average sale price of $7,179 and a sale percentage of 98%. The Top 5 sellers brought $95,000, for an average of $13,571.