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Dash Ta Fame, Jesse James Jr Colts Top NM-Bred Quarter Horse Yearling Sale
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Dashes Best, a sorrel colt by the late Dash Ta Fame, was the co sale-topper at Friday's New Mexico-Bred Quarter Horse Yearling Sale at Ruidoso Downs.

Purchased for $47,000 by Ramon Gonzalez Jr. of Edgewood, New Mexico, Dashes Best was consigned by Mac and Janis Spencer Murray's MJ Farms. The colt's dam, Rammers Best (TB), is a winning daughter of the Jim J. (TB) stallion White Rammer (TB) who ran second in the Black Mesa Stakes (R) for Oklahoma-breds at Remington Park.

Jesse Fame, a sorrel colt by Jesse James Jr also consigned by MJ Farms, was acquired for $47,000 by Jimmy Childs and J & SM Inc. Jesse Fame is a half brother to Arbor Mist, the winner of the 2004 New Mexico State Fair Breeders' Derby (RG3) at The Downs at Albuquerque.

Sandys Jesse, a sorrel daughter of Jesse James Jr, was purchased for $45,000 by Alonso Orozco. The filly is a half sister to two stakes-placed runners, including 2005 New Mexico State Fair Breeders' Derby (RG3) runner-up Bridgette Bordeaux. Her dam, the Dash Ta Fame mare Sandys Fame, ran second in Sweet Lil Dasher's 1997 Diamond Classic Futurity (RG1) in Wyoming.

Complete coverage of the sale will appear in the October issue of the New Mexico Horse Breeders magazine. Click here for the complete sales results sheet.

The New Mexico-Bred Yearling Sale continues with the Thoroughbred portion at the Ruidoso Horse Sale Pavilion on Saturday night.

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