AQHA World Show Sale Results

November 15th, 2012 7:44 AM | No Comments

AQHA World Show Sale results are here!

The sale was held on November 11, with 80 horses sold totaling $692,650 with an average price of $8,658.13. 29 horses were “no saled,” or repurchased for a total of $378,550 with an avagerage price of $13,053.45. In total, 109 transactions were completed making for a total of $1,071,200 which averaged out to $9,827.52. Horses sold were broken down into rail & pattern, halter and performance. They ranged in disciplines from Hunter Under Saddle and Western Pleasure to Cutting and Roping, along with a few broodmares and embryos.

High selling horse of the Sale was Rojo Solo Cup, by Born To Be Blazing out of Such Good Potential. This 2011 colt went for $81,000 to JR Reichert. The next high seller was also by Born To Be Blazing, out of Miss Surely Bars. Sure Enuf Luck, a 2011 colt, went for $30,000 to Jud Heflin.

Our partner Quarter Horse Directory has the entire list posted, as does AQHA on their World Show page.  To view full sale results by hip number, click here. To view results high to low, click here.

An embryo by Zippos Mr Goodbar out of Ms Flshy Hotrodder went to Steven Thompson for $9,500. The other embryo, by Certain Potential and out of Cool Lookin Lay was a Repurchase for $14,000.

Before the first horse was sold, three pieces of art, two paintings and a bronze sculpture, were auctioned off. An original oil painting by Ritch Gaiti, a bronze by Lisa Perry and a watercolor painting by Buck Taylor all began to the auction at 10 am. For more information about these pieces of art, check out the AQHA news here.

For more information about the sale, or to see AQHA’s list of sale results, click here. Click on the “results” link to see the listings in pdf format.

Good luck to all buyers on your new horses!

Founded in 1940, the American Quarter Horse Association is the largest equine breed organization in the world.  With headquarters in Amarillo, Texas, AQHA has a membership of more than 280,000 people in 86 countries and has registered more than 5 million horses in 95 countries.

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