Looking for the best horse sales around? Look no further…. Triangle Sales is the leading mixed Quarter Horse consignment sale company in the United States. Serving the horse industry for over 40 years and specializing in the sale of top quality cutting, reining, roping, ranch and trail horses. Three auctions are held annually at the Oklahoma State Fair Park in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The centrally located Oklahoma State Fair Park is among the nation’s finest equestrian event locations and hosts numerous equine shows throughout the year. It is surrounded with multiple opportunities for customers to have top-notch accommodations and attractions. This space also allows for live cutting cattle and Triangle’s famous track cow while horses are selling. Buyers and Sellers from across the United States and multiple foreign countries attend these sales each year.
No one could have predicted the year 2020 has been. The cutting horse industry has never experienced something like COVID-19. All equine sports have had to adapt to continue to function in the midst of the pandemic. But how has COVID -19 actually impacted the sport and the community involved with it?
It’s important to recognize that many people have suffered the loss of loved ones and/or endured the illness themselves not to mention dealt with financial hardship. While it’s impossible to know those statistics in the cutting industry, we can investigate other ways it’s been felt.
The 2017 NCHA Futurity Final was remarkable in more ways than one. Austin Shepard won his second Futurity buckle just one week after being crowned World Champion and Dual Reyish’s owner, Billy Wolf only met both horse and trainer the night before the final.
But on top of that – Hottish, the sire of Dual Reyish, now has proven progeny from his first crop, with a Futurity winner and fifth placed finalist Just Gettin Started, ridden by Jody Galyean.
Billy’s agent, Jim Ware was there – and as always with his finger on the pulse, emphasized what a remarkable result for Hottish. Dustin Adams, the owner of Hottish told CHTO’s Simone Cobb, he excited about Hottish’s future.