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LEWISBURG, OH—SEPTEMBER 24, 2020—Royal Pepsi, a colt by multiple stakes sire My Royal Wagon, was the high-seller September 19th at the 2020 QHRAI Speed Sale conducted in Lewisburg, Ohio.
The sale company reported 28 of the 52 head offered sold for gross receipts of $196,600, an average of $7,032 and median of $4,500.
Keith Bode purchased the high-seller, Hip 37 Royal Pepsi, a half-brother to multiple stakes winner Tinys First Pepsi ($292,444) for $31,000. Brian L. Gunder consigned the colt out of Chicks Pepsi by Lucks Chick Gay.
Bode also purchased the second high-seller, Hip 28 Liaison On Fire for $20,000 from the Gunder consignment. The Sixes Liaison colt is out of AQHA Racing champion mare Blazin ($317,612) by This Snow Is Royal. Liaison On Fire is a half-sibling to six blacktype.
Claudio Barraza, Agent signed a $17,500 ticket for Hip 47 Mr Michel, a colt by leading second-crop sire Kiss My Hocks from the multiple stakes winning Likenothinyoueversaw mare Lovemelikethat ($277,820). The sorrel colt is a brother to stakes winner Kissmelikethat ($88,966).
Keith Bode led all buyers with the two purchases totaling $51,000. Claudio Barraz, Agent had the one for $17,500 and Debbie Smith had one for $15,500.
Brian Gunder led all consignors and agents with 12 head grossing $110,500. Mark Michel had three for $28,000 and Mark and Teresa Meyers sold two head for $17,000.
Mr Royal Wagon was the leading sale yearling sire (by average with two or more sold) with six head averaging $10,083. Martis Speed Racer had two head average $2,200.
SR Industry Titan was the leading covering sire (by average with two or more sold) with two in-foal mares for $3,950. Mr Royal Wagon had three in-foal mares average $2,500.
For complete sale results including hip-by-hip results CLICK HERE.