152 quality Stock Horses average of $9974 at Dalby

Buyers from four states active at Dalby ASH sale

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Bill Carey astride Romeos Kitty who was passed in at $26,000 and later sold for $35,000 to Marcus and Shelly Curr, Yelvertoft Station near Mt Isa.

Bill Carey astride Romeos Kitty who was passed in at $26,000 and later sold for $35,000 to Marcus and Shelly Curr, Yelvertoft Station near Mt Isa.

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Wrap-up of the 2019 Dalby Australian Stock Horse sale results.

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Overall 152 quality Australian Stock Horses sold for an average of $9974 at the 45th annual Dalby ASH Sale held at the Dalby Showgrounds on Sunday.

The top price of $35,000 was achieved at auction twice on Saturday evening, and a mare passed-in at $26,000 on Sunday sold later for the same price during the sale session.

In a breakdown of the catalogue 57 geldings sold to average $9868, 90 mares averaged $9705, and six stallions averaged $16,000.

It was Romeos Kitty offered by Bill Carey of Goondiwindi, who passed the mare in at $26,000 and later sold her for $35,000 to Marcus and Shelly Curr, Yelvertoft Station, near Mount Isa.

Also making good money was the eight-year-old back mare Common Destiny offered by the Penny family, Kilcoy and sold to the Teece family, Mareeba for $30,500.

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Craig and Belinda Ellrot, Big House, Morinish sold a four-year-old stallion Big House Matlock for $21,000 to Peter and Melissa Hill, Clarke Creek, near Marlborough.

Queensland Country Life will have a full report in the Thursday, December 5 edition.

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