Mid-Year Cutting Horse Sale
Solid Results for Mid-Year Cutting Horse Sale
The 2019 Mid-Year Cutting Horse Sale, on Saturday, July 20th, during the Metallic Cat NCHA Summer Spectacular in Fort Worth, saw an increase in completed sales – 83% compared to 77% – over the 2018 sale. Altogether, 86 horses sold for $1,068,900 and an average of $12,429, while the top 12 sold for an average of $30,666.
Rey Reddington LTE $33,304, a 5-year-old Dual Rey gelding, trained and shown by Lee Francois and consigned by Lee and Holly Francois, brought $50,000, the high price of the sale. A half-brother to 10 NCHA money earners, Rey Reddington sold to Dana Russell, Morgan, Utah.
Some Like The Reyn LTE $10,120, a 4-year-old filly trained by Wesley Galyean and consigned by Wesley and Kristen Galyean, brought $47,000, the sale’s second-highest price, from Jason Britt, Seven Springs, N.C. Sired by Dual Smart Rey, Some Like The Reyn is a half-sister to Some Likeit Metallic LTE $104,315, out of Some Like It Hott LTE $183,383, reserve champion of the 2010 NCHA Open Futurity.
Seven-year-old Chrome Catillac LTE $100,103, consigned by Ellen Ganey, sold for $47,000 to Todd Bro, Roosevelt, Utah. The red roan Metallic Cat gelding, originally trained by Beau Galyean, sold in training with Gabe Reynolds.
Four-year-old Sugar Railena LTE $10,005, consigned by Brett and Jody McGlothlin, and in training with Brett McGlothlin, sold for $35,000 to Crockett Sand & Gravel, Inc., Crockett, Tex. The Kit Kat Sugar daughter is a half-sister to 2017 NCHA Futurity Open champion Dual Reyish LTE $384,682; Hay U LTE $200,245; and Rey To Sly LTE $103,208, as well as to six other NCHA money earners.
LHR Jamie Maybe Ichi was the sale’s highest selling 3-year-old, at $30,000. The Cat Ichi daughter, out of LHR Smooth Jamie May LTE $251,430, 2010 NCHA Open Horse of the Year, was consigned by James and Debbie Glover and purchased by Von Sutten, Weatherford, Tex.
A weanling colt (name pending), sired by Metallic Rebel and half-brother to Sly Playgirl LTE $343,467, was the high-selling stallion of the sale. Consigned by Jaime and Ashley Snider, he was purchased by James Karhan, Blanco, Tex. And the yearling colt Sundae Rebel, by Metallic Rebel, brought $16,000. Consigned by Ten/27 Ranch and purchased by Alan Chappell, Collinsville, Tex., Sundae Rebel’s dam is a half-sister to Jeeps Posi Traction LTE $343,306.
Full results from the 2019 Mid-Year Cutting Horse Sale are available at www.westernbloodstock.net, as well as consignment information for the 2019 NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity Sales, October 18th and 19th, at Will Rogers Equestrian Center, Fort Worth, Tex., and the 2019 NCHA Futurity Sales, December 9th through the 14th, during the NCHA Futurity in Fort Worth.