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ruffian

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There were some good prices, and some great deals at this sale. Lots of terrific bloodlines.

These were the prices as I got them:

1 - Bid 2,300 - no saled (I thought Oh NO what a bad start to the sale!)

2 - 1,150 - SOLD - Lovely Lovely gray pinto that I think will go over - 33.5 at 1YO

3 - 1,200 NO SALE - needed 2200

4 - 1,750 - SOLD - bred too late to vet check, but they will rebreed (Think this is the one)

5 - Bid 900 - NO SALE

6 - Tiny pretty color filly - 1,800 SOLD

7 - 500 SOLD

8 - $650 - SOLD -

9 - No Sale - needed $2,500

10 - 1,450, No saled - needed $3,000

11 - $1,225 - no saled - needed 2,000

12 - Tiny TINY filly - $1,100 SOLD

13 - 800 - SOLD

14 - 1,500 SOLD

15 - Bid 3,000 - No Saled - needed 4,000

16 - 1,250 SOLD - Nice Action!!

17 - 975 - SOLD - looked like she might color out

18 - 675 - SOLD

19 - SUBSTITUTE - Absollutely drop dead gorgeous pinto mare and awesome filly.

Sold for $5,400 and worth every penny!

20 - 1,100 - SOLD - Came in with about a 10 year old both riding!!!


21 - 700 SOLD

22 - Bid 1,650, No Sal e- needed 1,800

23 - Bid $2,350 - No Sale - needed 2,500 - Worth it!

24 - 1,000 - nice colt!

25 - 1,550 - Sold

26 - 1,000 - Sold

27 - 4,800 - Sold

28 - Bid 1,700 No saled - needed 2,000

29 - No saled needed 2,000

30 - 1,700 Sold

31 - 1,050 Sold

32 - Nice sorrel - colt - more about him later!!! $275 - SOLD

33 - 2,050 Sold

34 - 1,325 Sold

35 - Perfectly matched mares showed in team harness - $2,500 X 2 = $5,000 for the pair SOLD

36 - 1075 Sold

37 - 1,525 - SOLD

38 - A bit confusing - but 38 A was listed as lot 84 - a to-die for filly $2,350 - SOLD

38 B 625 - Sold

39 - Bid 800 - no saled needed 1,200

40 - Bid 650 - No saled - needed 3,500

41 - - not sure but I think it was $1,500

42 - 1,500 Sold

43 - 3,100 sold

44 - 1,800 - sold

45 - 700 - sold

46 - 1,0000 sold

47 - $5,750 - Sold

48 - bid 1000 - No Saled - needed $2,500

49 - no Sale

50 - 4,050 - no saled needed $5,500

51 - 2,100 - no sale needed 3,000

52 - 2,800 Sold

53 - 1,000 sold

54 - 775 - sold

55 - 3,000 - no saled - needed 5,500

56 - bid 425 - no saled - needed 800

47 - 4,200 - white russian daughter - Sold

58 - 1,800 sold

59 - 1,150

60 - 2,250

61 - 4,100 Nice filly - sold

62 - 1,200 - sold - very fined boned, pretty mare

63 - 850 sold

64 - 575 - sold -missed this one by a hair - made a bid but before ringman could holler auctioneer sold

65 - 2,600 - sold

66 - bid 2,500 no saled - needed 3,500 (had colt)

67 - 1,100 sold

68 - 1,100 - no saled needed 2,000

69 - 1,000 - sold

70 - 1,250 sold

71 - Nice colt by Buck's Bay Blue - too late in the sale, couldn't get a bid on him.

72 - 1,000 sold

73 - 1,200 - sold (SUB)

74 - 1,000 - sold

75 - 1,000 sold

76 - 1,450 - sold - Beautiful blanketed appy!

77 - 1,000 - sold

78 - 950 - no saled

79 - 600 - no saled (needed 1,200)

80 - 475 - no saled - needed $1,000

81 Again too late in the sale - top ten AMHA Roadster stallion - bid 400 - needed $2,000 and a steal at that.

82 - 1,050

83 - missed this one - too long of a day!

SILENT AUCTION HORSES;

1 - 1,550

2 - NO SALE

3 - 500

4 - 600 (SUB - FILLY)

5 - 170

6 NO SALE

7 - 600

8 - NO SALE

9 - 625

10 - NO SALES

11 - 350

12 - 800

13 - NOT REPORTED

14 - NO SALE

15 - NOT REPORTED

16 - 525

17 - 350 - GORGEOUS MEDICINE HAT

18 - 310

DONKEY - 19 - 385

I apologize if any of these aren't exactly right, but they are what I had.

- back to # 32 - yep, I bought him! Brought him home in the back seat of our pickup. He was a doll - didn't mess the whole 4 hours!!

Lots of buyers/sellers worked to meet or match reserves, some went up, and some went down. Nice sale!!
 

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Thanks for posting the prices. We were there but left before the auction started....lol. I delivered a horse there to his new owners and had a horse from Wade that I bought along so we wanted to get back on the road. I did wander around and look at the horses several times with my husband saying..no, no, no and no.
 

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Thank you so much for posting.

Over all though, I think the prices were a bit low considering the quality of horses that were presented. (although admitedly I didn't see them in person, I have the catalog).

In your list, number 46... was that a misprinted price, or a misplaced comma? Was the sale price 1,000, or 10,000?
 

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Thank you for posting, I am glad I didn't put a horse in it since those prices were so low. Sadly for the breeders, a buyers market.

I am also glad I didn't go, might have been tempted to buy one of those great deals when I am trying so hard to sell most of my horses!
 

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Yes those prices are LOW........

I have the catalog also and think for what I see in print the prices should be quite a bit higher.

#57 is what caught my eye - the Russian daughter, probably a good thing I wasn't there.
 
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sadly i couldnt go this year but this is one of the most fun auctions to go to!! Probably good i wasnt there as i heard there were some fillies that are the "type" i like that went very reasonably.

Im so happy for my friend ginny as she got the silent auction colt she wanted so badly. Ginny why havent you posted a pic??? I was supposed to go see him today but im coming down with something
 

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I wanted to add I saw a VERY unique colored mare - looked like a red roan with solid red spots. Almost like she was dusty and someone sprayed her with water! And she had a red pinto (50/50 almost) foal. Talk about color!! Sorry, I don't know what lot she was.

The folks at Double Diamond also hosted a pork barbeque Friday night, with all the fixin's! They are very nice, and run a good sale.
 

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Kay there was a mare there that was branded with your name on her hip. OH MY!

Ginia and I had a GREAT time.

I will be going again next year with MORE MONEY! Maybe my cremello will show up?
 
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Hey Whitney - did you buy anything? I could have met a forum member! One of the silent auction horses was a perlino-went for about $300

They also had a small tack auction Friday night along with the BBQ, just enough stuff to not get boring! I was able to pick up a couple of nice feeders for 1/4 of what their retail price is.
 
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I really wanted that Bond Snippet mare, she went for 600.00 more than what I had.
theres always next year..............................................................
 
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kim im so sorry you didnt get her. I just love my bond snippet mare. Shes the one that gets so much attention when people come here.
 

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