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Quarter Horse sold for Relay for Life

June 16, 2012

Morning News — Leslie Mielke Auctioneer Lonnie Hatch at the Blackfoot Livestock Auction in Blackfoot on Friday leads the bidding on the donated quarter horse named Mini. Money raised was donated to the Blackfoot 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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