We arrived at Superior Productions just before the bidding for the adult horses began. Soon enough we had bid on a couple horses to finally get a big bay mustang for my mom. Then we watched as the auction went on from there, mustang after mustang. Well about 226 adult horses later it was my little sister Jennifer and I's turn to bid. Jennifer had her heart set on a yearling #315 from the very first time she saw him online so he was her first choice. It was so cute to see little Jennifer holding up her bidders number trying to bid on that little sorrel. To see the reaction of everyone in that room when Jennifer got that yearling was priceless; Jennifer jumping up and down as people laughed and clapped for my little sister and her new mustang. It was surely unforgettable and I was so happy for my little sister. But I have to admit, I think the nerves really set in when my favorite mustang went in front of the big screen. But before I knew it, the auctioneer looked at me and said "sold!" People clapped just as they had for my little sister as a huge grin spread across my face. I never expected to get my first choice and know I'll be picking up #318 in Pauls Valley, Oklahoma this May!
And as many people know, every horse needs a name and I need three names for these three mustang. So if anybody has any suggestions please leave comments on my blog because at the moment I think my little sister wants to names her's "Sparkles!" (and he's a boy...)
|Jennifer bidding on her mustang|
Here's a link to view Jennifer's Mustang: #315
Here's a link to view my horse: #318
|My Mom's Mustang|
Here's a link to view my mom's mustang: #22