NCHA buyers make a Smart Lil purchase

Mare tops NCHA cutting horse sale at $58,000


Sales
The $58,00 top price mare Smart Lil Turpentine, with purchaser Rodger Grant, Koobah Performance horses, Kingswood, owners Di Bennett and Peter Karger of Turpentine Quarterhorses, Bordertown, SA and trainer Jamie Creek, Jerilderie.

The $58,00 top price mare Smart Lil Turpentine, with purchaser Rodger Grant, Koobah Performance horses, Kingswood, owners Di Bennett and Peter Karger of Turpentine Quarterhorses, Bordertown, SA and trainer Jamie Creek, Jerilderie.

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Catch up on the results from Tamworth's latest horse sale.

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The National Cutting Horse Association's Select Cutting Horse sale was held in Tamworth on Friday.

Of the 59 horses offered, 38 horses sold for an average of $14,185 with a clearance of 64 per cent.

The $58,000 top price ridden mare was Smart Lil Turpentine, by Dual Smart Rey out of well respected champion mare Turpentine Acres. She was bred by Turpentine Park Quarterhorses in Bordertown, South Australia and trained by Jamie Creek Jerilderie.

Purchaser Rodger Grant of Koobah Performance horses, Kingswood said his new acquisition was a spontaneous decision.

He had been chasing foundation mares to start his cutting business and said the mare would likely be used in embryo programs while still competing.

A large crowd gathered to watch the action.

A large crowd gathered to watch the action.

"I love her bloodline, I love the way she is bred, I love the type of horse she is," he said.

The second top price of $34,000 was reached for the yearling mare, MC Metallo, offered by Denise and Jessica Maccallum of Runnymede, Victoria, and purchased by Michael Hawke through Landmark Goulburn.

The sale was conducted by Davidson Cameron and Co.

Read the full report in the next edition of The Land.

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