Jamison Ranch Sale Results

Jamison Ranch Sale Results

Kansas sale held October 7-8 has record numbers.

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Jamison Quarter Horses in Quinter, Kansas, on October 7-8 hosted its 17th Breeders & Ranchers Production Sale. 

The Jamison Ranch was founded in 1890, and began raising Hereford cattle in the 1940s. They began raising Quarter Horses a few decades ago to use on their ranch, and have foundation bloodlines 
based on Sun Frost, Driftwood, and Hancock breeding. 

The Jamison family operations combine one of AQHA's well respected breeding programs and their highly recognized, large scale, 75-year Hereford seedstock herd.  Over the years, they have built the "JA brand" reputation for superior Quarter Horses and Hereford cattle, both, upon quality, performance, proven blood and integrity of business. 

The sale offered weanlings, young geldings and mares and riding horses, with 104 total horses sold for an average of $6,458. 

The trained ranch horses brought the highest average, with four saddle mares averaging $10,563 and 39 ranch geldings averaging $10,090.  

The sale was managed by United Livestock Brokers Inc. and auctioneers were Lynn Weishaar and Seth Weishaar. 

A 16-state sellout crowd of ranchers, breeders and trainers converged for the two-day event and bid actively in a fast-paced auction. This JA sale recorded the highest totals in the tenure of their Quarter Horse program.

The single highest seller was Pepzs Santime Rikki, a 2015 palomino gelding sired by Doc San Showtime, who brought a bid of $19,750 from Brian Lang of Kansas.

For more information, visit Jamison Ranch’s website.