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wildoak

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I missed it, in favor of enchiladas and a margarita LOL. How were the prices overall, anyone have them written down?

Jan
 

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Hmm...I also missed it, but for sprecher and knackwurst. I was abducted.
I'd love to see the prices too, though!
 

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I hope someone got sale prices ...missed the sale due to the Area II meeting, but hopefully someone took down prices.

Hope someone took down prices
 

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I missed it, in favor of enchiladas and a margarita LOL. How were the prices overall, anyone have them written down?

Jan
Not that good IMO. A lot of POs. I'm sure somebody wrote everything down.

You did better with the margarita and enchiladas.

There were some nice horses, but the prices were way too low.
 

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I got most of them down..

1. 2200

2. 1700 they MIGHT have said no sale???

3. 3800

4. 1700

5. 4200

6. 1600

7. 2500

8. 1400

9. 3000

10. 3700

11. 2600

12. 1800 but no sale

13. 6000

14. 1700

15. 8200

16. 2600

17. 1500

18. 7500

19. 28,000

20. 2600

21. 1700

22. 5800

23. 1400

24. 3500

25. 3250

26. 2600

27. 4200

28. 4200

29. 1400

30. 3800 but no sale

31. 1600

32. 7000

33. 2900

34. 2000

35. 7200

36. 4900

37. 3300

38. I'm not sure, I THINK maybe 5700?

39. 1550

40. 6800

41. 3300

42. 4600

43. 1400

44. 2900

45. 8700 but no sale

46. 3100

47. 2700

ok I missed most of the others, here are the ones I sporadically got... I ended up buying one and was kinda distracted! lol and now I have no clue what I do or who I call

49. 2400

52. 4000

53. 1800

54. 7000

then I had to leave for work

Jessi
 

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I got most of them down..

1. 2200

2. 1700 they MIGHT have said no sale???

3. 3800

4. 1700

5. 4200

6. 1600

7. 2500

8. 1400

9. 3000

10. 3700

11. 2600

12. 1800 but no sale

13. 6000

14. 1700

15. 8200

16. 2600

17. 1500

18. 7500

19. 28,000

20. 2600

21. 1700

22. 5800

23. 1400

24. 3500

25. 3250

26. 2600

27. 4200

28. 4200

29. 1400

30. 3800 but no sale

31. 1600

32. 7000

33. 2900

34. 2000

35. 7200

36. 4900

37. 3300

38. I'm not sure, I THINK maybe 5700?

39. 1550

40. 6800

41. 3300

42. 4600

43. 1400

44. 2900

45. 8700 but no sale

46. 3100

47. 2700

ok I missed most of the others, here are the ones I sporadically got... I ended up buying one and was kinda distracted! lol and now I have no clue what I do or who I call

49. 2400

52. 4000

53. 1800

54. 7000

then I had to leave for work

Jessi
#41 was no sale
 

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55--2600

56--1000

57---

58--2000

59--7900

60--5300

Hey Jessi

Congratulations on the filly you bought.

I don't have a clue how you you go about paying or shipping your filly.

If i had known how, there was one filly i sure would have liked to have bought.
 

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VVF, glad you caught those I missed ;)

Grrr it's frustrating not knowing what to do! But thanks


Journey's End, thanks, didn't catch that that was a n/s
 

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I agree the horses were a little cheaper than in previous years. There were a total of 60 horses with 40 head selling for an average of 3875.00 ea., which is not too bad.


There were some nice horses that brought less than I thought they would, but then again I bought the black & white shetland/R mare for 7,000.00. She is really pretty and we are looking forward to showing and then breeding her. Like we needed another horse, LOL. One of my granddaughters is just beside herself with the mare as she is going to get to show her, so all is good. :DOH!
 

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Yep! Enchildas and Margaritas sound good to me, especially the Margaritas!

Looks like the sale went very well and either bids or sales are some of best I recall seeing in some time.

Good job to all involved in the sale! Foaling time for me though so could not go, but as it turned out the mares that were due at sale time foaled a tad early. Next year I hope I will get to go!

Beth
 

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Wish you could have been here it has been a lot of fun! With the exception of this durn weather that blew in. I am sitting here in the motor home with the heater on. It is down right cold with the temps in the upper 40's at night. But hopefully this will blow out quickly. And before some of our northern neighbors tell me to quit whining about the 40's, I know we are spoiled down here. LOL :DOH!

You ought to see the mare we bought lot # 32 if I remember right, she is going to be fun to work with.
 

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Does anyone know who bought lot # 13 it said it was a substitute it said horse was Field Of Dreams Mini Speckles so wondered if she was sold as lot 13 or if it was a different horse. I use to own Speckles just curious if that was her that sold.
 

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No. 19: 28,000.

I'm betting a few of us would like to know who this wonder horse is that fetched nearly $20,000 more than the next-highest bid.

Anyone know, or was that a misprint?
 

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No. 19: 28,000.

I'm betting a few of us would like to know who this wonder horse is that fetched nearly $20,000 more than the next-highest bid.

Anyone know, or was that a misprint?
He is a really pretty son of Uno De Mayo. I know they have had him for sale for quite some time. At one point, they were asing $40,000 for him. So I guess $28,000 for a 13 year old stallion is not bad. I heard he was going over seas, so ,of course to them, he is almost 1/2 the price as our dollar is so week to the Euros right now.
 

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No. 19: 28,000.

I'm betting a few of us would like to know who this wonder horse is that fetched nearly $20,000 more than the next-highest bid.

Anyone know, or was that a misprint?
Not a misprint. Sierra Dawn Unos Pharoah
 

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No, not going overseas - my mistake. Can someone with the correct information fill us in? I could only understand part of the announcement but I understood a husband purchased the horse back for his wife of 50 years for an anniversary surprise - how terrific is that?
I am not familiar with the people though but someone else can help on that......
 

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I think it is such a neat story! Pharaoh is one of the most amazing miniature stallions I have ever seen. His personality shines through...

I can't imagine how excited Betty was when she got her surprise!!!! I am so happy for all of them!
 

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Can anyone explain to me why, if the owner so loved and did not want to part with this horse, that the horse was 'for sale' in the first place? If the lady's husband bought the horse back for the price stated, it doesn't seem the horse was being sold out of 'need'??--but maybe I am missing something, and I would genuinely like to understand the 'back story' here....

Please don't anyone take my question the wrong way-I am not 'criticizing' anyone, just wanting to understand the reason for this approach?

Margo
 

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Well I will try to answer it. They felt that someone could take Pharaoh and get him that Grand Champion Senior stallion title they have been so closed to getting. BUT once he was consigned they felt more and more sad about loosing him. He is more than a horse to them. Hope you understand that. They didn't know Betty's husband understood how much they loved him and did this to surprise her. That is why it is a neat story.
 

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Well I will try to answer it. They felt that someone could take Pharaoh and get him that Grand Champion Senior stallion title they have been so closed to getting.
I was sitting right in front of the Pharoah contingent when he got his World Res. Grand title, and I don't think all of my hearing will ever come back. What a phenomenal horse!
 

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