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2nd Annual Winter Premier Sale

Winter Premier Sale Successful in Second Year

Held Saturday, February 18 at the Will Rogers Equestrian Center in Fort Worth in conjunction with the NRCHA World’s Greatest Horseman competition, the second annual Winter Premier Sale offered 61 consignments to a strong number of sale attendees along with Texas Style hospitality, courtesy of Markel Insurance. Managed by The Sale Company, the growing sale offered strong numbers with an average sale price nearing $9,000 and one-third of horses bringing over $10,000 in the ring.

High seller for the day was Hip #54, Tinseltown Throwdown consigned by Troop Quarter Horses and purchased by Mary Boyd, selling for $26,750. Closely following were Stars and Sparks, two year-old filly selling for $25,000 and Hes Pistol Packin, two year-old stallion selling for $24,500.

Stars and Sparks close second high seller at the Winter Premier Sale.
Hes Pistol Packin coming in at a close third at the Winter Premier Sale.

Sale Company managers Mandy McCutcheon and Jennifer Anderson extend their thanks to those who trusted in their new sale, consignors and buyers alike.

Mandy said, “It’s great to have the support of so many different groups of people in the Western performance horse industries. We work hard to provide a sales platform for these horses and to make connections between buyers and sellers. We are so appreciative of everyone who pitches in to help make these matches!”

For detailed sale results, click here www.winterpremiersale.com.

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