The Evening Session of the 2020 NCHA Futurity Sales, on Wednesday, December 9, built on the momentum of the morning Cutting Horse Sale with 80% of the offering sold for an average increase of 25% over 2019.
Watch Me Whip, an 8-year-old Playgun daughter consigned by Fazenda Barrinha Corporation, topped The Evening Session at $500,000. She was one of six horses selling for six figures or more on Wednesday, bringing the three-day total to 17 at $100,000-plus.
Purchased by Rocking P Ranch, Fort Worth, Tex., Watch Me Whip LTE $184,023, the 2016 NCHA Non-Pro Horse of the Year and Non-Pro Triple Crown winner, whose oldest foals are 2-year-olds, sold with an embryo by Metallic Cat.
Dontt Happen Twice, a 6-year-old Woody Be Tuff daughter out of 2011 NCHA Open Horse of the Year Dont Look Twice LTE $843,096, sold for $260,000. Consigned by Waco Bend Ranch, Fort Worth, Tex., Dontt Happen Twice LTE $89,838, a half-sister to Don’t Stopp Believin LTE $463,962, was purchased by Bar RR Ranches, LLC, Westlake, Tex., with a buyers choice 2021 embryo by Metallic Cat or Metallic Rebel.
The Evening Session high-selling yearling stallion, at $160,000, was the Dual Rey son Mr Supercat, a full brother to Lil Rattler LTE $339,414, among 23 earners of over $1.5 million out of leading producer Highbrow Supercat LTE $366,230. Consigned by Cross Timbers Cutting Horses, LLC, Mr Supercat was purchased by Circle Y Ranch, Millsap, Tex.
Pearl Snap, a Metallic Rebel daughter, was the high-selling yearling mare at $145,000. Consigned by Wes and Kristen Galyean and purchased by Circle Y Ranch, Pearl Snap is out of the Dual Rey daughter Button Down Supercat LTE $290,815, whose oldest foal is a Metallic Cat 3-year-old. Button Down Supercat’s dam is leading producer Highbrow Supercat LTE $366,230.