2008 NCHA Futurity high sellers

December 22nd, 2008

The high seller at the 2008 NCHA Futurity Sales at $250,000 was Kit Dual (pictured), consigned by Dick Brown of Tallulah, LA. The 14-year-old stallion, sired by Dual Pep and purchased by James C. Brown, North Port, FL, has sired earners of more than $2 million.

The high-selling broodmare at $220,000 was 8-year-old Playin Tag, bred to Spots Hot. The Playgun daughter, consigned by Barry Livestock, Byron, IL, was 2004 NCHA Super Stakes Open champion and earner of $235,819. She was purchased by Sunrise Ranch, Fayetteville, AR.

Peptos Stylish Sue at $225,000 was the high-selling seasoned cutting horse. The 4-year-old daughter of Peptos Stylish Oak, consigned by Barry and Kim Syra, Vequita, NM, was the 2008 NCHA Derby Open champion and earner of $180,000. She sold in training with Boyd Rice to Lee Holsey, Lovelady, TX.

Cats Hitman brought $200,000 from James Hooper, Decatur, AL, as the high-selling 2-year-old. The High Brow Cat son, in training with Brad Mitchell, was consigned by Painted Springs Farm. He is half-brother to former NCHA Futurity and Derby non-pro finalist Missing Addition ($66,996).

Smoothee, by Smooth As A Cat out of leading producer Autumn Boon, was the high-selling yearling at $200,000. The blue roan filly, whose second dam is all-time leading producer Royal Blue Boon, was consigned by Karen Freeman, Clarksville, TN, and purchased by Teddy Price, Winnfield, LA.

 Check back for here later for sale break down and averages.