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Return to the Remuda Sale
September 24-25, 2010
Hosted by 6666 Ranch, Guthrie, Texas

Bred out of the same determination, work ethic and welcoming nature as Texas itself, the living history of the American Quarter Horse is alive and kicking at the 2010 Return to the Remuda Sale. This annual event includes four historic ranches; Four Sixes Ranch, Beggs Cattle Company, Pitchfork Cattle Company and Tongue River Ranch. These legendary ranches have built time-tested pedigrees for more than 100 years, so whether your equine interests lie in the arena or across the countryside the Return to the Remuda Sale has something for you.

This year’s event is hosted by the Four Sixes Ranch in Guthrie, Texas, and presents the industry the finest in ranch horse, cutting, reining, reined cowhorse, roping and barrel racing bloodlines. The sale offers 125-150 head of a quality horses that include weanlings, yearlings, 2-year-olds, fillies and stallion prospects.  A demonstration of sale horses will be held on Friday, September 24, followed by the sale on Saturday, September 25.

As an expression of appreciation, the ranches participating in the sale are collectively donating one weanling filly from Four Sixes Ranch to be raffled off immediately following the last lot number offered in the sale. Only buyers in the sale will have a chance to win this filly; therefore, the more horses purchased, the greater chance to win. The winner has to be present to win at the time the winning ticket is drawn.
Also an American Quarter Horse Foundation Benefit Auction, including numerous ranch-type memorabilia, will be held. Proceeds benefit the American Quarter Horse Foundation which supports equine research, America’s Horse Care Therapeutic Riding, and the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame & Museum.

Schedule, Consignment details and photos will be available online at www.6666ranch.com this summer. A catalog may also be obtained by calling 6666 Ranch at 806-596-4424.

 

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