Valley Auction calls $1.33M horse sale

Valley Auction in Armstrong recently conducted a sale totalling $1.33 million for the Canadian Thoroughbred Horse Society’s B.C. Division.

Valley Auction in Armstrong recently conducted a sale totalling $1.33 million for the Canadian Thoroughbred Horse Society’s B.C. Division.

A total of 120 horses went through the sale ring at Thunderbird Equestrian Show Park in Langley, with an average of $14,448.00 per horse.

The high seller was hip No. 63, a dark bay colt owned by White House Stables which sold for $102,000 to Glen Todd. Second high seller was hip No. 115, a chestnut filly owned by Sheila McDonald that sold for $49,000 to Bryan Anderson.

The third high seller was hip No. 110, a chestnut colt owned by Tod Mountain Thoroughbreds, which sold for $43,000 to Don Danard.


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