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$100,000+ Yearlings Top Second Day of LQHBA Yearling Sale

Jerry Deville paid $120,00 for Friday's high-seller, Hip 181 Tf Lil Black Runaway, a daughter of multiple stakes sire Sir Runaway Dash.

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KINDER, LA—AUGUST 4, 2015—A pair of $100,000+ yearlings landed the top two spots in the second session of the LQHBA Yearling Sale on Friday in Kinder, Louisiana.

The two-day gross reached $2,952,800 with 260 head of 351 head offered selling. The average reached $11,357 and median hit $7,500.

"Friday’s numbers were very impressive and we are hoping for another strong day on Saturday," LQHBA Executive Director Tony Patterson said Friday evening. "The quality of our sale has really improved over the years and our consignors and agents are the very best in the business," he added.

Jerry Deville paid $120,00 for Friday's high-seller, Hip 181 Tf Lil Black Runaway. The daughter of multiple stakes sire Sir Runaway Dash is the first foal of the Grade 3-placed Oak Tree Special mare Tf Lil Black Oak. Tate Farms is the consignor.

TM Ranch signed a $110,000 ticket for Hip 167, Eyejessdashfast, a daughter of leading sire Heza Fast Dash consigned by Jumonville Farms. The sorrel filly, out of Eyejesslovelouisiana by Mr Jess Perry, is a sister to RG2-winner Heza Louisiana Dash ($417,641 to 5, 2017). This is the family of Jess Louisiana Blue.

A partnership of R&J Robicheaux, Marrs, Hale and Mendoza purchased Hip 213, First Jess Cartel, for $67,000. From the first sale-crop of champion Five Bar Cartel, the sorrel colt is out of the Mr Jess Perry mare Mi Babe, a half-sister to Champion 2-year-old and grade 1 sire American Runaway ($686,355). Robicheaux Ranch, Inc., Agent is the consignor.

TM Ranch is the leading buyer through two sessions with four head grossing $218,000. Jerry Deville purchased three yearlings for $163,000 and Heath Taylor, Agent paid $128,500 for three head.

Jumonville Farms is the leading consignor or agent through two sessions with 11 head for $280,100. Robicheaux Ranch, Inc. had 10 total $266,700 and Tate Farms sold 14 head for $253,500.

Heza Fast Dash continued to lead sale sires, by average with two or more sold, with 23 head grossing $25,030. First-crop sale sire Five Bar Cartel was second with 15 head averaging $24,940 and first-crop sale sire Point Break Dash had two head average $15,000.

For preliminary results from day 1 and 2, including hip-by-hip results, CLICK HERE.

The closing session, Hips 374 thru 625, sell on Saturday beginning at 10:00 a.m. A live webcast of the closing session with catalog apages re available on the association's website,, on Thursday morning, prior to the sale starting.

Preliminary sale results of all three sessions, including hip-by-hip information, can be found on in our Sales Section following Saturday's final session.

For additional information visit the association's website or call 318.487.9506.

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