AQHA World Show Sale Results

November 17th, 2014 7:00 AM | No Comments
Colonel Cindy was the high-selling horse at this year's AQHA World Show Sale.  (Photo credit: the Quarter Horse Journal)

Colonel Cindy was the high-selling horse at this year’s AQHA World Show Sale. (Photo credit: the Quarter Horse Journal)

A large and lively crowd gathered November 15 at State Fair Park in Oklahoma City for the 2014 American Quarter Horse Association World Championship Show Sale. The sale was held in conjunction with the AQHA World Championship Show in Oklahoma City and was managed for the third year by the AQHA World Show Sale Committee with the help of AQHA staff.

The preliminary results for the 2014 AQHA World Show Sale show that the 63 horses that sold totaled $476,050, with an average price of $7,556.35; 22 horses were repurchased for a total of $154,850 and an average price of $7,038.64.

The performance horses sold averaged $11,089.58, while rail-and-pattern horses averaged $5,455.88 and halter horses sold for an average of $4,880.

The top-seller of the 2014 AQHA World Show Sale was Hip No. 65, Colonel Cindy, a 10-year-old rope horse by Colonel Hotrodder and out of Jellys Showcase by Sonny Showcase. The sorrel mare was consigned to the sale by owners Jason and Michelle Swanson of Wahoo, Nebraska, with AQHA Professional Horseman Jamie Stover of Abilene, Kansas, acting as agent. Colonel Cindy was purchased by Nancy DeLorenzo of Middle Grove, New York, for $31,000.

Colonel Cindy will be shown during Open Week of the AQHA World Show in senior heeling by Jamie for his new owner. And because of the new World Show Sale Bonus Program, Nancy’s aim is to see Colonel Cindy back in Oklahoma City for the 2015 AQHA World Show and another shot at the coveted gold trophy.

To read the full article on AQHA.com, click here.

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