Weaver Quarter Horses; 23rd Annual Horse Sale

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Weaver Quarter Horses, of Big Sandy, MT has made ranching and raising horses a family tradition.  This year they are celebrating 133 years!  It’s obvious that Weaver Quarter Horses has been at this game for a while. Just take a look at the quality prospects that they are offering on September 15, in Great Falls, MT.

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Lot 13 – Weavers Ima Bit Perk

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Lot 20 – Weavers CallMeLeigh

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Lot 43 – Weavers Topaz Dox

With over 75 outstanding lots of Weaver Quarter Horses, it is hard to pick your favorite.  They pride themselves on raising horses with good bone, stamina, and a working attitude.  As you look through their catalog you’ll also notice the bonus of some color and top notch pedigrees.  Paddys Irish Whiskey, Smart Little Lena, Peptoboonsmal, A Smooth Guy, and High Brow Cat are just some of the outstanding names on these papers.

As guest consignors, Treasure State Quarter Horses has also included Lots #76-96.   More impeccable breeding, color, and usability coming from Chinook, MT.  Treasure State Quarter Horses has years of experience raising performance bred prospects that are raised in big country learning to withstand the rough terrain and elements. If you want speed and more speed, or speed crossed on some of the best cow horse bloodlines you can find, you’ll want to stick around for this section of the sale. Frenchmans Guy, Dash Ta Fame, Royal Shake Em, Tres Seis, and the list goes on.

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To view the full catalog and individual lots you can visit the Weaver Quarter Horses website.   Plan to attend the sale at the Great Falls, MT Expo Park, Saturday September 15th.  Preview starts at 11:00AM with the sale starting at 1:00.

Posted in: Featured, Featured Horse for Sale, Ranch Life, Rodeo


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...

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