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Mark This Rocinante is high-selling Paint at 2018 Triangle Fall Horse Sale

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The good-looking 2007 bay tobiano gelding Mark This Rocinante turned heads at the 2018 Triangle Fall Horse Sale, drawing bidding up to $33,000 before selling on the auction block. The Triangle Fall Horse Sale took place October 26-27 in Shawnee, Oklahoma, offering 545 catalogued horses.

Billed as a ranch and reining horse, Mark This Rocinante is by multiple APHA world champion Mark This Spot and out of Hoping For Color. He was consigned by Mozaun McKibben and purchased by Mark Teel of Wilson, Oklahoma.

The Triangle Fall Horse Sale focused on performance-bred horses, averaging $5,900 on its 81 percent of horses sold. A total of 100 horses sold for an average of $12,050 with 53 topping bids of $10,000 or more. Check out full sale results on the Triangle website.



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