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Paints bring top dollar at 2015 Legacy Reining Breeders Sale

Reining enthusiasts headed to Aubrey, Texas, October 16­–17 to scope out the next generation of potential superstars at the Legacy Reining Breeders & Consignment Sale, which took place at Cardinal Training Center.

Dunnitini, a 2013 palomino overo mare by Pale Face Dunnit and out of Shine Tini, was the weekend’s high-selling Paint Horse . Bred by Hickory Creek Ranch LLC of Scottsdale, Arizona, Dunnitini was consigned by Schmersal Reining Horses and purchased by Jim Young for $33,500. Dunnitini was also in the weekend’s top five high sellers.

Sweet Little Step, a 2008 sorrel overo mare by Wimpys Little Step (QH) and out of Sugar Pop Gun, was the high-selling broodmare in the Legacy Breeders Consignment Sale. Bred by Deborah Strahman of New Smyrna, Florida, Sweet Little Step was purchased by Mario Madrigal for $22,000. Sweet Little Step has earned more than $4,000 and sold bred to Shiners Voodoo Dr (QH).

Other Paints who brought top dollar include:

  • Gunners Bullseye: $28,000
  • Smokinblondeambition: $17,000
  • Reloaded Gun: $15,500
  • Miss Gun Season: $15,200
  • Sidekicks Shiney Gun: $14,500
  • Feels Like Tonite: $12,000
  • Vintage Guns: $11,500
  • Justafrecklespecial: $10,000

The Legacy Reining Breeders & Consignment Sale has offered top reining genetics for the last 15 years. With the sale comprised of top-level prospects, proven show horses and producers from some of the best breeding programs in the industry, the Legacy Reining Breeders & Consignment Sale is a staple within the reining industry. For more information and full sale results, go to legacysale.com.

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