NCHA Futurity Cutting Horse Sale

December 15th, 2015

PodiumSix-year-old Cha Ching And Change, at $85,000, was the high seller and high-selling mare on Saturday, December 12, the last of six days of Western Bloodstock NCHA Futurity Sales.

Consigned by Circle Y Ranch, Millsap, Tex., and sired by Im Countin Checks, Cha Ching And Change has earned more than $108,607 in open competition, most recently as Brazos Bash Open Ltd. Classic Challenge champion. She was purchased by Bar RR Ranches LLC, Bartonville, Tex.

Sumkinds Maverick, at $75,000, was the sale’s high-selling stallion and high-selling 4-year-old. Consigned by his trainer, Boyd Rice, agent, the Dual Rey son was the 2014 NRCHA Int. Open Futurity reserve champion under Rice and was purchased by David Taurel, Whitesboro, Tex.

At $70,000, My Redemption LTE $39,847, consigned by Crown Ranch LP, was the high-selling 4-year-old mare and realized the third-highest price of the sale. Sired by High Brow Cat and out of the Dual Pep daughter Dual Kaul LTE $96,136, My Redemption was purchased by John Kolar, Duluth, Minn.

Reckless Child LTE $95,094, sired by CD Royal and in training with Russ Westfall, sold for $63,000. The 6-year-old full sister to Lil Bit Reckless LTE $231,124 and Just As Reckless LTE $174,778 was consigned by Eddie and Angela Patterson and purchased by Bobby and Dottie Hill, Glen Rose, Tex.

The Hills also purchased Reyce Lights for $60,000. The 4-year-old daughter of CD Lights, in training with Wesley Galyean, has earned $40,101 and is a hal-sister to Reycy Moon LTE $209,363 and Pedel To The Metall, $122,077.