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Heritage Place Fall Mixed 2022 Sale Closes With Increases In Gross and Average
Double A Ranch, Inc. purchased Saturday's sale-topper Hip 740-Matabari, a champion daughter of Mr Jess Perry from Bobby D. Cox for $130,000.

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Heritage Place Fall Mixed 2022 Sale Closes With Increases In Gross and Average

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK-NOVEMBER 5, 2022–Heritage Place Sale company closed out his three-day 45th annual Fall Mixed Sale on Saturday with increases in both gross and average.

"A strong market continued through the final day of the Fall Mixed Sale," Heritage Place General Manager Spence Kidney said Saturday evening.  "The 3 day average was $16,417 and we sold 91% of the horses through the sale ring.  The entire sale, start to finish, averaged $16,053 to represent a 4% increase in the overall average compared to 2021.

Heritage Place reported 649 Quarter Horses changed hands of the 733 offered for gross receipts of $10,673,800, for an average of $16,447, up 7% over last year's Quarter Horse average of $15,387. The median fell slightly from to $9,000 this year compared to $10,000 in 2021. Eighty-four Quarter Horses failed to meet their reserve, representing an RNA rate of 13%.

"We want to thank our buyers, consignors and staff for a tremendous sale and we look forward to the Winter Mixed Sale for another great offering to kick off 2023," Kidney concluded.

Double A Ranch, Inc. purchased Saturday's sale-topper Hip 740-Matabari, a champion daughter of Mr Jess Perry from the Separatist mare Hold Me Now, for $130,000. Bobby D. Cox consigned the Los Alamitos Two Million Futurity(G1) and Los Alamitos Super Derby(G1) winner that sold with a 2023 embryo to world champion sire Freighttrain B.

Saturday's second sale-topper was 2022 All American Futurity(G1) finalist JP General (Hip 679) by leading second-crop sire A Revenant. Jose R. Espinosa paid $105,000 for the 2-year-old gelding out of First Prize Shaunda by Pyc Paint Your Wagon. Lazy E Ranch, Agent was the consignor.

Slash Z Quarter Horses, LLC paid $90,000 for the third-highest sale topper on Saturday, Hip 885 Imaqtpie, a Grade 1 winning daughter of leading sire One Famous Eagle. Lazy Ranch, Agent for Jim Streelman and Bill Dale consigned the 8-year-old mare out of Sizzling by Corona Cartel. She sold in foal to champion Dulce Sin Tacha.

Reliance Ranches LLC was the sale's leading buyer with six purchases for gross receipts of $609,800. Double A Ranch, Inc. had seven head for $288,500 and Rachuan Suarez MVZ signed the ticket on 12 head for $286,700.

Bobby D. Cox was the leading consignor or agent with 35 head grossing $1,672,500. Lazy E Ranch, Agent had 24 head for $863,000 and Marty Powers, Agent sold 23 head for $388,600.

First Down Dash led the yearling sale sires (by average, two or more sold) in the first session with two head averaging $70,500. Favorite Cartel had four for $58750 and Apollitical Jess had six for $51,283.

Favorite Cartel was the leading covering sire (by average, two or more sold) with three in-foal mares averaging $123,333. First year sale sire Dulce Sin Tacha was second with three in-foal mares averaging $38,833 and Kiss My Hocks had two in-foal mares for $31,250.

For preliminary results for the 2022 Heritage Place Fall Mixed Sale, including Hip-by-Hip prices, CLICK HERE.