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Shelbyville Farm Hosts Christmas Sale



SHELBYVILLE, Tenn.-The Shelbyville Farms December 14, 2002 Christmas auction featured some of the breeds’ finest flat show entries. Attendance was standing room only, resulting in an 85% completed sale average. the top selling entries were: MARES (1) Color’s All Lite Up, a World Champion black and white, and the top seller of the entire auction, consigned by Price Investments, LLC, Ala., and purchased by Donald Isham, Ky. (2) Like An Angel, by Gen’s Major General, consigned by Price Investments, Ala. and purchased by Johnny Cole, Tn. (3) Sundown’s Oreo, spotted, consigned by Charles Dawn, Tn and purchased by Bobby Myers, Tn. (4) I’m Fully Loaded, World Champions consigned by Travis Kelly, Tn. and purchased by Michael Lee, Tn. (5) Cherokee Dixie Girl, spotted broodmare in foal to WGC Pride Of Alen Again, Consigned by Price Investments, Ala. and purchased by Johnny Cole, TN. Other notable sales were the broodmares in foal to Country Generator, con signed by Clyde and Grace Robertson’s Sugarlane Farms, Miss. Shades Destiny purchased by Roy Shelton, Ala. and Pride;’s Dawn Of Mystic purchased by Jackie Gant, Ala. Also the private sale of JFK’s Prize Doll owned by Neill & Wright, Tn. and purchased by Charles Lowe, Tn. The average selling price for the mares was $4080. GELDINGS (1) Allen’s Pushing Big Star, spotted, consigned by Keith Bowman, Tn. and purchased by Dianne Buchanan, Tn (2) Pepe’s Avenger, World Champion, consigned by Travis Kelly, Tn. and purchased by Rebecca Lee, Mo. (3) Parading Out Tonight, spotted, consigned by Scott France, Ark. and purchased by Dennis Newcomb, Ark.

(4) Silver generators Big Mac, gray, consigned by Dunn & Coleman, Ala. and purchased by Keith Sanderson, Tn. (5) Designed By Pusher, gray roan, consigned by Johnny Smith, Tn. and purchased by Jimmy Watson, Tn. The average selling price for geldings was $2310. STALLIONS (1) Tatahatta Thunder, spotted showhorse, consigned by Price Investments LLC, Ala. and purchased by Bill & Jackie Perkins, Miss. (2) Alen’s Tasmanian Devil, buckskin, spotted SSHBEA Breeders Cup Sweepstakes Champion, consigned by Price Investments, Ala. and purchased by Howard & Marsha Ross, Calif, and Tony Neill, Tn. (3) Royal’s Final Keeper, spotted, consigned by Tim Vance, Tn. and purchased by Michael Compton, Ky. (4) Splash Of Cash, bay roan showhorse, consigned by Price Investments Ala. and purchased by David Oliver, Tn. (5) Captain In Command, world champion spotted, consigned by Barney Davis, Tn. and purchased by Darrell Gilbert, Tn. The average selling price for stallions was $4130.

The next consignment auction at Shelbyville Farms, Shelbyville, Tenn. is February 15, 2003 at 10 am with a tack sale of Friday night February 14 at 6 pm. For more information contact Shelbyville Farms at 931-680-1111 or Tony Neill auctioneer at 731-926-3133.

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