Full House Elite Performance Stock Horse Sale Results
- July 3, 2015
- Jessie Salter
If you find yourself in the market for a great horse I suggest you travel to the beautiful Black Hills of Newcastle, Wyoming. You’ll find one of the most prestigeous performance horse sales in the Tri-State area. The Full House Elite Performance Stock Horse Sale is a rather new collaboration, but don’t let that fool you. In it’s sixth year of selling quality horses this sale’s producers have stayed true to their goals of quality and honesty… And it’s paid off every year.
With the joined forces of Jill and Brian Pischke, Craig Deveraux and family, and Frank Thompson, the sale has specific standards for their horses. This sale is kept tight with performance and pedigree. You’ll find horses of all walks of the performance pen and ranch work. They also give you a full 10 day guarantee on any horse purchased.
This year’s sale was held June 20th, with a ranch horse competition for all sale horses being held on the 19th.
The sales top 10 averaged $24,900, with the overall average coming in at $14, 453. Top selling honors went to Lot #12 Gotter Dun. The big ranch and rodeo gelding sold by Frank and Zane Thompson brought in an incredible price of $49,000. The gelding boasted an outstanding resume to go along with his good looks. He excelled in ranch work, calf roping, heading, heeling, and steer tripping. Second high seller was Lot #6 Star of Lowry Brown. Bringing in $37,000.00 for Ray Siggins, the big bay gelding excelled as a seasoned and solid head horse, and had been used on the ranch.
For more information or to see the full list of the horses and sale results, please visit fullhousehorsesale.
About Jessie Salter
Horses have been a part of my life since I can remember. Riding with my Dad as a youngster was what I lived for. There was nothing better than working cows, or racing my dad across an alfalfa field. It seems I never grew out...