Northern Bloodstock Sale Results


The 2011 Northern Bloodstock sale – held in conjunction with the Canadian Cutting Horse Association National Finals came to a conclusion Friday Night April 8th.

Over 750 people were on site during the sale with 175 bidders including participants bidding in person, over the phone and on line over the internet – a first for a performance horse sale in Canada.

From the 65 horses listed, only one horse was passed out, not achieving the reserve and two were pulled due to injury prior to sale time.

Average sale price for all 62 head sold was $3,139

Average yearling price – $1,017

Average two year old price – $2,683

Average broodmare price – $5,026

Average “aged” horse price $3,961

The high selling horse was Bowmans Smart Lena, selling for $14,000.  An National Cutting Horse Association earner of $4,603: 6th, 2007 NCHA Limited Open Derby, finalist in the West Texas Open Derby. She is a full sister to earners of $165,000 including Bowmans Little Jewel, whose offspring have earned over $421,000.

Sired by Smart Little Lena – a legendary sire – out of Bowmans Fancy – one of the finest broodmares in history with earnings of $287,243: Bowmans Fancy is the dam of 10 money earners with total earnings of over $447,264.

Horses were sold across Canada, into North Carolina and South Dakota with internet bidding playing a major role in the success of the sale.

Northern Bloodstock Ltd. would like to thank all those who participated in the sale including our top consignor The McBride Ranch who brought an excellent selection of horses to market a this year’s sale.

With our partners – the CCHA – Olds Agriculture Society – and our advertisers and sponsors including Pfizer – The Northern Bloodstock Sale reached a successful conclusion.

Look for our next sale in the fall of 2011 – details late April, 2011.


2 thoughts on “Northern Bloodstock Sale Results”

  1. Brian Marshall

    I just had a look at what the prices were for the horses sold in the sale. I must say that they are quite low. By the time that these folks pay what it cost them to sell at this sale, they really didn’t get much for their horses. If they got that price at home would not be that great either. Especially with the stud fees on the horses and the costs involved with getting the mares in foal, I would not be in a great hurry to breed if you need to sell the offspring. Some of these horses represented the best pedigree in the business. What about the local, not so well known stallions in Canada. What would you get for you foal or yearling?

  2. We just bred our black Hollywood Dun It & Playsboys Guard mare to our 3yo Dunalino Stallion, we’re hoping to get at least $5,000.00 for the foal in the spring. Our stallion is also very well bred with Hollywood Jac 86 & Skippin Hot Lena. We’re also hoping that they will stop the truck loads of horses coming in from the US, would help our prices. We did take 1 gelding to a horse sale & got a $160.00 for him, he had Smutty Bill on his papers, won’t be doing that again

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