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HP Fall Mixed Sale Topper Returns To Original Home After Bringing $230,000 In Closing Session
Woodys Copy Cat topped the 46th annual Heritage Place Fall Mixed Sale in its final session Saturday for $230,000.

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HP Fall Mixed Sale Topper Returns To Original Home After Bringing $230,000 In Closing Session

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK–NOVEMBER 4, 2023–Multiple graded stakes winner Woodys Copy Cat topped the 46th annual Heritage Place Fall Mixed Sale in its final session on Saturday.

Selling as Hip 570 from the Cornerstone Stables, Agent consignment, Hip 750 Woodys Copy Cat will return to farm she was born on in New Mexico after her breeder, MJ Farms, paid $230,000 for the daughter of Woodbridge.

Woodys Copy Cat was purchased from MJ Farms for $4,700 at the 2017 Ruidoso New Mexico Bred Yearling Sale. The brown mare, from the Grade 3-placed Heza Fast Man mare Fast Copy Miss, won or placed in 15 of 25 career starts and banked $391,011.

"The sale concluded with a 3 day average of $15,172 across all sessions on horses sold and the clearance rate was 84%," Heritage Place General Manager Spence Kidney said late Saturday. "Heritage Place would like to thank all of our customers for their business and look forward to the Champions of The Future Foal In Utero online sale in December and we have a full book of horses ready for to kick off 2024 at the January, Winter Mixed Sale."

The final session of the fall sale was conducted Saturday. The three-day sale saw 649 horses changing hands of the 733 through the ring for gross figures of $9,565,500 (the thoroughbred session is not included in these numbers). The average settled at $16,213 with a median of $8,000. The 84 horses that failed to meet their reserves represent an RNA rate of 12.9%.

Saturday's second high-seller, Hip 579 Dare You To Beat Me, was purchased for $190,000 by Gael Garza. Lazy E Ranch, LLC, Agent consigned the stakes producing daughter of leading sire Tres Seis from the stakes winning and multiple stakes producing Victory Dash mare Daring Difference. This is the family of stakes winner and stakes sire Ethics Aside.

Double B S Ranch, LLC paid $165,000 for Saturday's third high-seller, Hip 692 Fire And Delight. Roger Daly, Agent for Corner K Quarter Horses, LLC consigned the stakes producing daughter of Walk Thru Fire out of AQHA Dam of Distinction and Broodmare of the Year Fortune Of Delight by Six Fortunes. This is the family of champions A Delightful Dasher, Hes My Dasher and Insperable.

Bobby D. Cox was the sale's leading buyer with three purchases totaling $400,000. Gael Garza purchased nine head for $330,000 and Mc Horse Sale Track & Supply paid $245,200 for five head.

Cox was also the leading consignor and/or agent with 23 head for gross receipts of $1,180,500.  Paragon Farms, LLC sold 12 head for $448,500 and Roger Daly, Agent for Corner K Quarter Horses, LLC sold 4 head for $417,000.

Favorite Cartel was sale's leading sire of yearlings (by average, two or more sold) with two head averaging $49,750. Flying Cowboy 123 had three yearlings average $41,167 and Tres Seis sold two for a $41,000 average.

Valiant Hero was the sale's leading covering sire (by average, two or more sold) with two in-foal mares for a $109,000 average. Flying Cowboy 123 had six in-foal mares for a $72,833 average and Favorite Cartel sold three in-foal mares for a $62,667 average.

For preliminary sale results, with hip-by-hip results, CLICK HERE.