Walton’s Rocking W Ranch Absolute Dispersal

September 21-22, 2015 – Millsap, Texas

Center Ranch Production Sale

October 9-10, 2015 Centerville, Texas

NCHA Futurity Sales – All New – No Pass Out Fee

December 7 & 9-12, 2015 – Will Rogers, Fort Worth, Texas

NCHA Select Yearling Sale & Gala

December 8, 2015 – Will Rogers, Fort Worth, Texas

Showdown in Cowtown Slot Cuttings

July 2015 & December 2015

NCHA Super Stakes Sale

April 18, 2015 – 9:00 a.m. – Fort Worth, Texas – Results

NCHA Summer Spectacular Sale

August 1, 2015 – Will Rogers, Fort Worth, Texas – Results

Title fits: NCHA Summer ‘Spectacular Sale’

The 2015 NCHA Summer Spectacular Sale, produced by Western Bloodstock Ltd., lived up to its name on Saturday, August 1, at Will Rogers Equestrian Center in Fort Worth, when 135 horses sold for $1,359,350.

The average of $10,069 represented a 14% increase over that of the 2014 sale, with a healthy market indicator of 86% completed sales from the 158 head offered. The Top Five sellers averaged $52,600 – a 36% increase over 2014, while a total of 18 horses sold for $20,000 or more.

“We had more consignments for this sale than last year and it was strong from beginning to end,” said Western Bloodstock Ltd.‘s Jeremy Barwick. “Buyers were really pleased with the quality of horses they had to choose from. Trained horses were in high demand, as well as broodmares and yearlings.”

Three-year-old Miss Aristolcrat, a gray mare sired by Boon A Little and in training with Jaime Beamer, was the sale topper at $85,000. The gray mare was consigned by Brad Benson and purchased by non-pro competitor Robert and Carrie Tiemann, Pflugerville, Tex.

NCHA Super Stakes Sale continues upward trend

Metallic Flo, a 3-year-old Metallic Cat daughter in training with T.J. Good, was the high-selling lot, at $60,000, during Western Bloodstock Ltd.’s NCHA Super Stakes Sale on Saturday, April 18, at Will Rogers Equestrian Center in Fort Worth, Tex. Cancan Reyvolution, an 8-year-old gelding sired by Dual Rey brought $40,000, as the sales second-highest seller.

The Top 10 sellers averaged $28,000, representing a 23 percent increase over the sale’s 2014 Top 10 sellers, and the Top 20 sellers averaged $22,150, a 22 percent increase over 2014.

The sale’s net average of $11,341 on 76 horses sold represents a seven percent increase over 2014 sale, figures, while the percentage sold remained at 73 percent, from 104 lots, with a gross average of $14,725.

When it comes to selling horses, nothing else compares!