One of the preferred venues to purchase . . .
. . . a broke ranch gelding . . .
. . . . kid\’s horse .. . .
. . . or performance horse prospect lies in the center of the prairies and this year celebrated it\’s 12th anniversary May 4th, as Lee and Tracy Pedersen held their annual Western Horse Sales Unlimited
on May 4 at the Saskatoon Livestock grounds.
The high seller of the sale was a 2010 daughter of Sweet Lil Pepto which sold to Arnie and Jan Merchant, of Alliance, Alberta, for $16,500.
The high selling stallion, a 2009 son of Dual Rey, was purchased by Cliff Elliott of Paynton, Saskatchewan, for $12,000.
Lot 118 – $12 000 – bought by Wayne and Kim Knaap, Maple Creek, Saskatchewan.
The high selling gelding/kid\’s horse, and \’03 AQHA brown gelding sold to Wendell Umble, Lac La Biche, Alberta for $10,200.
Top 5 – $12,240
Top 10 – $10,245
Top 25 – $7,794
The overall sale average on 155 head was $3,275.
A poignant touch to the sale was a special fundraiser for the Canadian Cancer Society in memory of a dear friend and longtime consignor, Vern Lonsberry. A stallion service to Black As Magic (owned by Denis Desmet) was sold for $1,000 to \”Friends of Vern\”, and then donated back. It was auctioned again and bought for $350 by Eddie Kohlman. A Calgary Stampede poster donated by Scott Watson was purchased by Saskatoon Livestock Sales for $1,000. That, plus all of the generous donations at the office resulted in a $2,425 donation to the Canadian Cancer Society.
See more photos and thank-you\’s at the Western Horse Sales Unlimited Facebook page.