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Sugar Bars Legacy Sale

Quality ranch horses sell at 2019 Sugar Bars Legacy Sale.

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The Sugar Bars Legacy Sale Association hosted their 17th annual horse sale in the rock pavilion at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds on Sunday, September 22nd, in Sheridan, Wyoming. With standing room only and registered buyers from fifteen different states and Canada, they sold both young stock and riding horses from a catalog of 107 head.

The average on the top five weanlings was $3,040; the average for the top 5 yearlings was $3,170; and the average on the top five saddle horses was $9,500. The consignor of the high-selling saddle horse and high-selling weanling were awarded a bridle or halter. 

One horse was sold as a “WildCard” at the start of the sale, which allows the bidder to choose which young horse they want.  Lot 32, Dash of Dbl Blue DRR was chosen. The horse was consigned by Jim and Mindie Fredericks' Deer Run Ranch of Columbus, Montana, and purchased by Clayton and Charlene Huckins of Moorcroft, Wyoming, for $3,000.

The high-selling stallion weanling was Lot No. 9, Ima Cool Seduction; he was consigned by Karla McDonald of Bar M Quarter Horses of Lame Deer, Montana, and purchased by Mark Cofield of Yuma, Colorado, for $3,500. 

The high-selling weanling filly was Lot No. 41, HR Scarlet Scotch, who was consigned by Dale and Carol Haight's Haight Ranch  of Hanley, Saskatchewan, and purchased by Mary Ellen and Bohn Vick, of Vinto, Iowa, for $2,600.

The high-selling yearling was Lot No. 48, Catalena Flash Dance, who was consigned by Sandra Devine's 3D Quarter Horses of Wibaux, Montana, and purchased by Bert Kuntz of Story, Wyoming, for $4,800. 
 
The high-selling Sugar Bars-bred saddle horse was Lot No. 63, Profits Black Gold, consigned by Haight Ranch and purchased by Mike Wacher of Miles, City, Montana, for $11,500.   

The high-selling saddle horse mare was Lot No. 94 Tonka Annie Lou Snip, consigned by Aleena McDonald of Lame Deer, Montana, and purchased by Kyle Koch of Sheridan, Wyoming, for $8,500.

Other High selling consignments:

 Lot No. 19 Stallion Weanling Stirrup Big I Am: Stirrup QH -Purchased by Daniel Lounsbury of Oregon. $3,100
Lot No. 31 Filly Weanling, Cool Tough Lady: Bar M QH- Purchased by Meghan Bratvold of North Dakota $2,000
Lot No. 49 Yearling, Bea Shootin Sugar: Walking Y Horses- Purchased by Fred Wacker of Montana $3,250
Lot No. 93 Saddle Horse, Il Have Another: Walking Y Horses- Purchased by Terry Olsson of Montana $9,500

The Sugar Bars Legacy Sale Association wishes to thank everyone for their help in putting this sale together and a big thank you to all our buyers.

 Please make plans to join us for the 2020 Sale on September 19 and 20, 2020, in Sheridan, Wyoming.

 If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to give anyone of us a call or check out our website at sugarbarslegacy.com or check us out on Facebook  at Sugar Bars Legacy Sale.

The Sugar Bars Legacy Sale Association Board Members include: 

Stirrup Ranch- LeRoy & Shirley Wetz (President)
VLW Ranch- Vern & Laurie Ward (V. President)
Woodworth Ranch- Sheri Woodworth (Secretary/Treasurer)
Bar M Quarter Horses- Art & Rita McDonald and Karla McDonald
Nixon Ranch- Eric & Nancy Nixon