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OKLAHOMA CITY, OK—NOVEMBER 4, 2016—Heritage Place kicked off their 39th annual Fall Mixed Sale on Friday with a 26% increase in the opening Quarter Horse session for yearlings. The sale saw 88% of the yearling cataloged marked as sold.
The mixed session, excluding the historical Vessels Stallion Farm Dispersal last year, was down 13% with 89% of horses cataloged marked as sold. Through two sessions 220 head sold for $2,023,600, an average of $9,198 and median of $5,500.
"I think we had a great sale today and look forward to another good catalog tomorrow," Spence Kidney, Heritage Place General Manager said Friday evening.
Johnny Cromwell paid $45,000 for the high-selling yearling, One Tempting Eagle, a son of leading sire One Famous Eagle from the Chicks Beduino mare A Tempting Chick.
Tom Scheckel was the leading buyer on day-1 with four head grossing $106,000. Atawood Ranches bought three horses for $95,000 and JK Running Horses, LLC paid $90,000 for three head.
Marty Powers, Agent was the opening day leading consignor or agent with 19 head grossing $345,900. Lazy E Ranch, LLC Agent sold 22 head for $261,200 and Lazy E Ranch, LLC Agent for Valeriano Racing Stables sold nine horses for $111,700.
Leading sire One Famous Eagle led yearling sale sires in the opening session, by average with two or more sold, with two had for $37,500. All-time leading sire First Down Dash had two yearlings average $31,500 and leading sire Pyc Paint Your Wagon had four for $28,250. First Prize Doc was the leading "first sale crop" sire , by average with two or more sold, with two for a $5,100 average.
Champion sire Tempting Dash lead the opening day covering sires, by average with two or more sold, with two mares covered for $18,750. Teller Cartel had in-foal mares for $14,000 average and Capo de Capi had two mares covered for $5,100.
CLICK HERE for preliminary results, including hip-by-hip coverage, from day 1.
Day 2, Hips 282 thru 563, will kick off promptly at 10:00 a.m. Saturday morning. For the online interactive Fall Mixed catalog CLICK HERE.
The Heritage Place Fall Mixed Sale Catalog is also available through the RGP Catalog App, an innovative, electronic exploration and organizational tool for equine auction catalogs that offers a simple interactive experience.
The free app can be downloaded from www.robinglenn.com or by searching for “RGP Catalog App” in the Apple App Store.
The Catalog App, available for all Apple and Android tablets and phones, includes features such as the ability to tap on a “PP” icon to view a horse’s past performance, and to tap on the Covering Sire’s name on the catalog page to view his pedigree paragraph.
Preliminary results from Saturday can found on StallioneSearch.com in the SALES SECTION after tomorrows closing session.