Quarter Horse sold for Relay for Life

The gallery of the Blackfoot Livestock Auction was about three-quarters full Friday afternoon for the auction of the sorrel filly quarter horse named Mini. The Relay for Life team, "Pony Up for a Cure," donated the money raised to the Blackfoot Relay for Life.
Tracy and Tess Lake donated the 2-year-old filly, Mini.
Jack Webb was the highest bidder. He purchased Mini for $1,075. Other people donated items that were also auctioned.
The high bidder (two times) for a painting and scarf was the Blackfoot Livestock Auction. The bids totaled $160.
Top bidder Kevin Peterson purchased a horse blanket, brush, curry comb, lead rope and halter for $100.
A feed bucket went to Todd Burningham for $70.
Fifty pounds of horse feed went to Chris Dalley for $45.
The relay team Pony Up for a Cure also raffled various items Friday night-Saturday morning at the relay at the Blackfoot High School football field.

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