Sales

  • Crackholm Spring Fever Sale II Results
    The Crackholm Spring Fever Sale took center stage in Saint-Hyacinthe, QC on March 1st. The snow storm brought March in like a lion, but the averaged also “roared” to an unofficial average of $6,913.  The highest price of the event was realized from the 1st Choice from 3 Snowman or 1 Bookem (due 9/11) out of Tramilda-N Baxter Emily-ET (VG, 2y) GLPI +2738 KG +2109M +88F +65P.  The first tested daughter of Emily has the following results: GLPI +3025 +2635M +77F +78P The 2nd dam is Wabash-Way Evett-ET (VG-86, 2y) who is a Shottle daughter, out of Crockett-Acres Elita-ET (VG-87 DOM 2*) and followed by nine VG or EX dams. Consigned by Skyreach, she was struck off to Matt Kimball, Maryland, USA, for $30,000. Second highest price paid for the day was a Siemers Windbrook Rozina-ET GPA LPI +3128 DGV +3423, a September 2011 Windbrook and out of Cherry Crest Manoman Roz GTPI +2140 GPA LPI +2772. She sold with bull contracts to Alta and Semex. The next dam is Whittier-Farms HE Rebecca-ET (VG-89), then Whittier-Farms Outside Roz (2E-95 1*) and the next four dams 2E-92, 2E-91, EX-90, VG-88. She was consigned by Siemers Holsteins, WI and purchased by M. Coomboona of Australia on a bid of $28,000. Ferme Jacobs of Quebec, offered added entry Jacobs Goldwyn Kasual. Fresh on 2/20, she looked the part of a show contender for 2012 and bidding was anything but casual from an appreciative buying public as she soared to $26,500. Her dam is MS Elmvue Durham Kara-ET VG-(88, 3y). Her 2nd dam is Country-Wood Encore Kaley (EX-94) All-American Sr-3-Yr-Old 2004. She is now owned by Ferme Bon-Accueil, Quebec.
  • Top prices in Pennsylvania
    During the Pennsylvania Convention Sale, the PSU Syndicate paid  $45,000 for a first choice Mogul out of Shamrock’s full sister, Ladys-Manor Shandra. The second-highest, too, has a connection with Shamrock. Wishing Shamrock Becca, out of Bree (the Million daughter of Regancrest Brasilia), went for $28,500 to Daisy Farm. On average $5,368 was paid for 84 lots.
  • Wisconsin and Iowa
    Great averages and individual prices during the Convention Sales in Iowa (avg.: $12,236) and Wisconsin ($6,306). In Wisconsin a first choice Snowman or AltaIota or O-Style out of Larcrest Mac Constance attracted the top price of $27,000. In Iowa, two top prices were paid for first choices out of Roorda OB McKenzie ($25,000) and out of Co-Vista Atwood Desire ($23,000).
  • German Top Sale
    With an average of €6,273 (33 lots) the Schau der Besten in Germany has made the headlines. Top seller at €26,000 was a Snowman daughter of the well-known Goldwyn Konny that went to the Netherlands. A first choice Numero Uno out of Goldwyn Lilac’s Airraid daughter Lila B changed owners for €24,000. The third-highest lot (€14,000) was a Sudan out of Comestar Lautellia Goldwyn.