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PHOTO: The Top Gun Horse Sale in Ponoka brought big crowds

Great ‘horse’ sense   This black and white paint gelding named Champ, from a ranch in B.C., was one of more than 200 horses that went up for sale April 15 at the annual Top Gun Horse Sale in front of a packed crowd at the Calnash Ag Event Centre. The event went well with the majority of the best horses going for top dollar, with the highest sale price hitting $25,000.   - Photo by Jordie Dwyer
Great ‘horse’ sense This black and white paint gelding named Champ, from a ranch in B.C., was one of more than 200 horses that went up for sale April 15 at the annual Top Gun Horse Sale in front of a packed crowd at the Calnash Ag Event Centre. The event went well with the majority of the best horses going for top dollar, with the highest sale price hitting $25,000.
— image credit: Photo by Jordie Dwyer

Great ‘horse’ sense

This black and white paint gelding named Champ, from a ranch in B.C., was one of more than 200 horses that went up for sale April 15 at the annual Top Gun Horse Sale in front of a packed crowd at the Calnash Ag Event Centre. The event went well with the majority of the best horses going for top dollar, with the highest sale price hitting $25,000.

 

 

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