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Royal Crown Rock Springs brings successful horse sale

photo courtesy of Royal Crown Horse Sale.

The 2022 Royal Crown – Rock Springs Horse Sale rounded out the week-long event at the Sweetwater Events Complex in Rock Springs, WY on August 15, 2022.

The sale offered horses only sired by Royal Crown Stallions or in foal to Royal Crown Stallions. The 2022 sale had 69 lots, ranging from embryos to broodmares, geldings and stallions. Of the 69 lots, 43 sold, with a total sale average of $15,453.

The high-seller of the Rock Springs Royal Crown sale was the 2-year-old bay roan filly, Feelin The Streakin in Lot #30. Sired by NFR Qualifier, Feel The Sting, and crossed on a Streak of Fling Daughter – Streakin Lacey, this filly has a Multi-Million Dollar Pedigree. The Fulton Family, who consigned the ’20 filly, are also the owners of the Royal Crown stallion, A Streak of Fling. Bidders ran this bright-futured filly to a final sale price of $45,000.

The next Royal Crown Horse Sale will take place in Buckeye, AZ during the Royal Crown event, February 9-19, 2023 at the Buckeye Equestrian Center. For more information, visit the Royal Crown Website

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