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First Moonflash Filly Tops NM-Bred Quarter Horse Yearling Sale
RSS Feeds Saturday, August 17, 2013

Flashin Chamisa, a filly by 2009 AQHA champion aged stallion First Moonflash, sold for $60,000 to top the Quarter Horse portion of this year’s New Mexico-Bred Yearling Sale at Ruidoso Downs on Friday.

Gary Thompson signed the ticket for Flashin Chamisa, who was consigned by Double LL Farms, agent. The filly is a daughter of Chicks Chamisa, a winning 16-year-old mare by Chicks A Blazin. Flashin Chamisa is a half sister to three stakes winners -- multiple graded stakes winners Sixy Chamisa and Rime Has A Chick, and graded stakes winner Me Chickie.

The second-highest seller, Perrys First Flash, was acquired for $57,000 by McGehee Horse & Cattle Co. Consigned by Double LL Farms, agent, the sorrel colt by First Moonflash is out of the 12-year-old Mr Jess Perry mare Ms Perry Mason. His third dam, the Jet Deck mare Juno Reward, produced 1980 AQHA champion aged mare Lady Juno.

Flash That Money, a sorrel son of First Moonflash consigned by Double LL Farms, agent, sold for $55,000 to Fredda Draper of Ruidoso Downs, New Mexico. The colt’s dam, the winning 11-year-old Mr Jess Perry mare Jesstifiable Debt, was a finalist in the ‘04 Heritage Place Futurity (G1) at Remington Park, and he is a half brother to the graded stakes placed Jesstifiably Stoli and Pay It Back.

A total of 179 Quarter Horse yearlings sold for a gross of $1,778,900 (average, $9,938). Double LL Farms of Bosque, New Mexico, was the leading consignor with 66 yearlings sold for a total of $715,400. Consignor MJ Farms of Veguita, New Mexico, sold 32 head for a total of $435,900.

Leading buyer Gary Thompson bought three yearlings for a total of $139,000.

For complete results, click here. Complete coverage of the sale, including photos, will be included in the October issue of the New Mexico Horse Breeder magazine.

The New Mexico-Bred Yearling Sale continues Saturday, August 17, with the Thoroughbred and broodmare portions. The sale will begin at the Ruidoso Horse Sale Pavilion about 30 minutes after the last race is run at Ruidoso Downs Racetrack.


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