Fults Ranch Sale a landmark event

Sweet On Stevie sold for $725,000.

The Absolute Reduction Sale of Fults Ranch, held at the ranch in Amarillo, Tex., on Thursday, August 19, 2021, set a cutting industry benchmark, highlighted by the Stevie Rey Von daughter Sweet On Stevie selling for $725,000.

Featuring offspring of 2015 NCHA Futurity champion Stevie Rey Von, whose first crop will compete in the 2021 NCHA Futurity, the sale realized $3,547,700 and an average of $42,235 for the 84-horse lineup. Six horses sold for $100,000 or more, including the weanling filly Stevies So Sweet, who brought $500,000.

Both Sweet On Stevie and Stevies So Sweet, were purchased by Teton Ridge Ranch, Weatherford, Tex., a new high profile presence on the cutting horse scene.

Stevies So Sweet sold for $500,000.

Sweet On Stevie and Stevies So Sweet are full siblings out of Sweet Abra, the leading dam of NCHA earners of over $1.9 million, including NCHA Horse of the Year Metallic Rebel (LTE $438,315, by Metallic Cat), a three-quarter brother to Sweet On Stevie and Stevies So Sweet.

Buck Creek Quarter Horses, Nemo, Tex., paid $200,000, the sale’s third-highest price, for the Stevie Rey Von yearling colt Freyt Treyn. Out of My Little Abra, a full sister to Sweet Abra, Freyt Treyn is a half-brother to 2016 NCHA Open Horse of the Year Ichis My Choice ($425,517, by Cat Ichi); his yearling full brother Octavius was purchased by Teton Ridge Ranch for $100,000.

Beechfork Ranch, Weatherford, Tex., purchased Sassy Lass Abra, a 12-year-old full sister (Abrakadabracre x The Better Choice) to leading producer Sweet Abra. The dun mare sold for $135, 000, with an embryo by Stevie Rey Von due in 2022.

Wood U B Metallic, a yearling Metallic Cat filly and full sister to Just U N Me Baby (LTE $115,152) brought a winning bid of $135,000 from Lloyd Cox, as agent for Mike Ruff. The red roan filly is out of Wood U N Me Baby (LTE $179,692, by Nitas Wood) a full sister to Woodys Baby (LTE $406,442).