Heritage Place Fall Mixed Kicks Off With Strong Opening Session
Ruidoso Futurity(G1) winner and champion producer Jess Significant was the high-seller on day 1 of the 41st annual Fall Mixed Sale today (Friday) in Oklahoma City.

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Heritage Place Fall Mixed Kicks Off With Strong Opening Session

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK—NOVEMBER 1, 2019—Heritage Place kicked off their 41st annual Fall Mixed Sale today with a strong showing. Comparisons to the opening session last year that included a world record $2.1 million price for champion and Moonin The Eagle and $200,000 for world champion and champion sire Wave Carver are hard to make.

However, if you take away the $2.3 million for those two horses, today's opening session, with Quarter Horse numbers only and fewer horses sold than last year, was nearly equal. Today 205 of the 239 Quarter Horses offered, sold for $2,054,200 gross, a $10,020 average and $6,000 median.

A 13-year-old daughter of leading sire Mr Jess Perry brought the top bid of $95,000 in Friday's opening session. Chad Hart purchased Hip 323 Jess Significant, winner of the Ruidoso Futurity(G1) and a champion producer. Consigned Bobby D. Cox, she sold with an embryo to multiple stakes sire Ivory James.

Hip 197 Charmed Heart was the high-selling yearling on day 1 of the Heritage Place Fall Mixed Sale.
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Guillermo Valdivia paid $46,000 for the high-selling yearling, Hip 197 Charmed Heart, a son of leading sire Corona Cartel from the First Down Dash mare Charmed Dance. Lazy E Ranch, LLC, Agent consigned the full brother to stakes winner and Grade1-placed The Charm Of Corona.

Hip 83 Nashville Cartel, also a colt by Corona Cartel, was the second high-seller in Friday's yearling session. Sam W. Green paid $45,000 for the sorrel colt out of Valley Junction Futurity(G3) runner-up Shazoomin Rose, by Shazoom. Roger Daly, Agent is the consignor.

Ricky Hinojosa paid $44,000 for the third high-selling yearling, Hip 158 Sir Prize Cartel, a colt by Corona Cartel from the County Chicks Man mare First Prize Chic. . Lazy E Ranch, LLC, Agent consigned the half-brother to stakes winners Chicks Love Curls and First Prize Chicks.

Chad Hart was the leading buyer on day 1 with two purchases totaling $110,000. Cuadra El MashTa had eight horses for $99,900 and Alejandro Castaneda paid $86,800 for seven head.

Bobby D. Cox led all consignors and agents on day 1 with 13 head grossing $306,200. Lazy E Ranch, LLC, Agent sold 17 head for $264,100 and Roger Daly, Agent had three head for $89,500.

Corona Cartel was the leading sire of yearlings (by average two or more sold) with three head for $45,000. Valiant Hero had five average $25,200 and Ivory James had two for $22.750.

Champion Jess Good Candy was the first-crop sale sire yearling leader (by average two or more sold) with six head for $16,333 while One Fabulous Eagle sold eight yearlings for a $7,138 average.

Moonin The Eagle was the leading covering sire (by average with two more in-foal mares sold) with two mares averaging $20,500, Kiss My Hocks had two for $17,500 and One Sweet Jess sold two in-foal mares for $8,250.

For preliminary results of day 1, including hip-by-hip prices, CLICK HERE.

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Session three, offering Hips 333 thru 655 will get underway Saturday (Nov 2) morning promptly at 9:00 a.m. (CDT) in Oklahoma City.

A complete online version of the 2019 fall mixed catalog is available by CLICKING HERE.

Preliminary results for the two-day sale will posted on the "Sales Results Section" of as soon as they become available Saturday evening.

Printed copies of catalog are available at the sale as well as a downloadable iPad version is currently available on the RGP Catalog App. Horsemen and women who have received their catalog in the mail are urged to bring them.

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The free RGP Catalog App can be downloaded from or by searching for “RGP Catalog App” in the Apple App Store.

For additional sale information call the Heritage Place Sale Company at 405.682.4551 or visit