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Online Viewing Of Lazy K Ranch Pick-A-Colt Day Sale Horses Now Available
60 head Guaranteed To Be Sold for $575 - $975 Internet Purchase Option For Long-Distance Buyers
Some of the best ranch horse bloodlines are represented including Colonel Freckles, Doc O’ Lena, Sugar Bars, Hollywood Dun It, Peppy San Badger and Shining Spark. This Quarter Horse and Paint horse sale offers colts, fillies, yearlings and a few very kid-friendly riding horses all priced to sell with at least 60 head priced between $575 and $975.
Information on each sale horse including their pedigree, a photograph, and the photographs of their sire and dam are now viewable on the ranch’s Web site. A YouTube video offers a preview of sale horses and sale information. Shoppers can visit the Web to narrow their selections prior to arrival sale day. All sale horses are pre-priced with prices posted on the ranch Web site, LazyKRanch.com the night before the sale.
On sale day, May 5th, the ranch gates open at 8:30 a.m. The sale begins at 10:00 a.m. followed by the online portion of the sale. Horses are sold on a first-to-pick first-to-purchase basis. Shipping assistance is available for online buyers located in Southern California.
For those who can’t make the trip to the ranch, the sale is open to Internet buyers one hour after the sale begins. At 11:00 a.m. May 5, www.LazyKRanch.com will add a shopping cart option for those horses still available.
“This is the place to get an authentic ranch horse with color,” said Larry Knapp, sale manager. “We’
The Lazy K Ranch, owned and operated by the Knapp family, has run cattle and horses in the San Joaquin Valley and Sierra Nevada Mountains for three generations. “We started out as a cow outfit,” said Mike Knapp. “In the summer our cows run on 45,000 thousand acres at elevations up to 6500 feet. To get these cows gathered in the fall we need a horse with a good mind, good legs and a big heart.”
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