There was a decent amount in the sale ring. I noticed far more horses that had owners present and riding them around the sale barn than are usually there. Typically there are roughly 5 horses that are tacked and openly being ridden around. Yesterday there were 10+. I also noticed there were more colored horses this time. Being in the middle of Amish country, you get a TON of bays. Yesterday there were just a few. There were Palominos, Paints, Leopard spots, Buckskins, etc. There were also a TON of Donkeys! I've not seen that many Donkeys up there before! Plus the Mule that Indy got was the first one I had seen there in the 3 auctions we've been to. There were also a couple or gorgeous black Perch's too. This was by far the most diverse auction I have been to!
*Dreams are within reach, you just have to go that extra mile to catch them*