The Legacy Ranch Horse Sale is a collaboration between historic Arizona ranches – the K4 Ranch and Diamond A Ranch. The sale offers the public an opportunity to purchase horses carrying the brands of legendary outfits that have a history in producing quality horses and cattle.
The horse programs are headed up by accomplished horsemen who pay attention to “black type” and market trends, as well as conformation and usability. All of these sale horses carry the bloodlines of generations of horses with the cow sense, intelligence, and athletic ability to perform well, whether on a working ranch, or in the arena in almost any discipline.
This year’s event is tomorrow, September 17, at the Prescott Rodeo Grounds in Prescott, Arizona. You don’t want to miss it!
Check out some of the consigned horses at this year’s sale:
Chollas Peppy Gunshy
2016 Gray Gelding
What hasn’t this talented 6 year old done yet? He’s proven himself time and time again on the ranch and as a junior horse won the year end title in the snaffle bit cutting class. He has also been hauled to ropings locally being used in both the heading and heeling.
Rich Chocolate Girl
2019 Palomino Gray Mare
You would have to drive a long way to find another filly like this one, she has the conformation, pedigree, and an incredible mind. Madonna has been used on the ranch and is stated tracking cattle in the arena. She will fit any program and has the potential to go in a lot of different directions. When she’s done with her performance career she can be an exceptional broodmare.
2015 Red Dun Gelding
Consigned by Trail McCorkell
Trained by 11 Yr old Trail McCorkell, Mr Miyagi has had it all done on him. He will watch cattle when sorting, gentle and safe when dragging calves and will also pack elk sheds and mountain lion. He is started roping in the arena on the heeling side and also in the breakaway.
Bet Hesa Peppy San
2017 Red Roan Gelding
Ranch Employee Consignment
Frito is a pretty, red roan gelding standing almost 15 hands. He’s been used in all aspects of ranching for the past two years; branding, doctoring, sorting, gathering and used to doctor yearlings on wheat pasture. He has been used as a turn back horse at several ranch cuttings. He has recently been started on the heading side and is doing great. Frito is bred about as good as you are going to find and proves himself in his everyday jobs. He would be a great addition to anyone who’s wanting to go to the roping pen or continue to keep using him as a ranch horse.
Visit their website for the list of all consignors, event schedule, and how to register to bid.