Lot 4050
Wendy Darlin, by Dual Rey, sold for $500,000 to top the Evening Session of the Western Bloodstock NCHA Futurity Sales on Wednesday.

The Evening Session of the 2021 NCHA Futurity Sales, on Wednesday, December 8, set an all-time record with an average price of $91,234, midway through a week of mounting achievements in the cutting pen and the sales arena.

Wendy Darlin, a yearling Dual Rey daughter consigned by T Bar K Cutting Horses and purchased by Rocking P Ranch, LLC, Fort Worth, Tex., was the high-selling lot at $500,000 and one of 15 horses that brought $100,000 or more from the offering of 57 select yearlings and broodmares, with 83% completed sales.

Out of 2017 NCHA Open Reserve World Champion Eazee E LTE $211,145, Wendy Darlin is a full sister to NCHA Horse of the Year and 2018 NCHA Futurity Open Champion Crey Zee LTE $411,145. Her second dam, Zee Dually LTE $228,410 is an all-time leading producer of 21 earners of over $1.4 million.

Dontt Happen Twice, by Woody Be Tuff, was the session’s second-highest seller at $325,000. Consigned by Bar RR Ranches, LLC, the 7-year-old mare sold bred to Metallic Cat and was purchased by Metallic Cat’s former owner Alvin Fults, Amarillo, Tex.

Out of Dont Look Twice LTE $843,096, the 2011 NCHA Horse of the Year and 2012 NCHA Open World Champion by High Brow Cat, Dontt Happen Twice is a half-sister to Dont Stopp Believin LTE $463,962.

Consigned by Billy Wolf, Whitesboro, Tex., Hes Never Rebelous, a yearling colt by first year sire Metallic Rebel, brought $220,000, the session’s the third-highest price, from Billy Wolf, Agent. Out of Never Reylinquish LTE $84,707, by Dual Rey, the red roan colt is a three-quarter brother to Buonvino LTE $231,088, the 2021 Abilene Spectacular Open Classic champion.

For full results from the 2021 NCHA Futurity Sales go to www.western bloodstock.com