There have always been horses at the Broken Heart Ranch and they have been into horse racing since 1962 in South Dakota and adjoining states. We sell our colts in the Dakota Breeders Horse sale at Mobridge, SD.
The sale will be held on September 9, 2022 at the Mobridge Livestock Market.
We thank you for your purchases of our colts
We hope to see you at our future sales. For any questions about our horses for sale you can contact us directly.
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This filly colt is sired by A Streak Of Fling x BHR Guys Flash Me. (CS Flashlight X BHR Missy Special). AAA speed as far back as you need to go. BHR Guys Flash Me is a full sister to BHR Light My Fire (Dimmers) currently standing in Canada with Debbie Erfle Hertz
A Dash Ta Streak sired filly colt x BHR Miss Jessie Winz ( First Down Mr Jess x BHR Looking For Winz) Her dam is AAA race winner and is that (in your pocket) kind of mare that always is looking for some attention.
This Guyz A Keeper x Meter Me A Lady stud colt.
Meter is a AAA stakes winning mare that is always looking for attention. This colt is loaded with chrome and a big hip.
BHR Frenchies Socks sired filly colt x BHR Courageous Lady. (Captain Courage x Meter Me A Lady). She is a sweet little filly that reminds us so much of her sire growing up.
Bricelyn's horse BHR Hasta Luego won his race today at Canterbury Park! We are so thankful for the wonderful care and training provided by our trainers Bob and Shilo Johnson at Johnson Racing Stables.
Bricelyn is the fourth generation of Pederson's Bob has trained winners for!
Grandma Helen and Grandpa Ralph are beaming down from heaven with pride
SALE REPORT: Pederson Heart Ranch 44th Annual Production Sale Location: Firesteel, SD Sale Date: 03-02-2022
Auctioneer: Lynn Weishaar
Agri-Media Rep: Kirby Goettsch
76 Yearling Bulls average $4,434 TOP SELLING BULLS: Lot 17, 11,000, BHR Inspire 1112, April 8, 2021, LSF SRR Inspire 7586E x BHR Bases Loaded 166 6200, Scott Fink, Elsmere, NE Lot 1. $9,000, BHR Promotion 197, April 6, 2021, BB Promotion 9025 x BHR Resistol 296, Leland Red Angus, Sidney, MT Lot 14. $9,000, BHR Promotion 155, April 2, 2021, BB Promotion 9025 x LSF SRR High Plains 6237D, Noel Henrickson, Draper, SD
Lot 2. $8,500, BHR Promotion 198, April 6, 2021, BB Promotion 9025 x BHR Golden Boy 453B, Bill Marks, Gettysburg, SD Lot 4. $8,500, BHR Ignition 186, April 5, 2021, LSF SRR Ignition 186 x CSF New Direction 14C, Noel Henrickson, Draper, SD Lot 7. $8,500, BHR Inspire 101, March 20, 2021, LSF SRR Inspire 7586E x CSF New Directionm 14C, Jack Bickel, Firesteel, SD
Hesperus, Colorado, rancher, Brice Lee, passed away December 24, 2021, surrounded by his family at Mercy Medical Center after a valiant war with Diffuse Large B Cell Lymphoma.
Brice Fitzgerald Lee Jr. was born January 5, 1935, in Montrose, Colorado, to Brice F. Lee Sr. and Edith Forsman Lee. In 1878, Brice’s great grandfather, E.L. Osborne, homesteaded outside of Montrose and was an early pioneer of the area. Grandparents Andy and Anna Forsman were early settlers in Telluride and later homesteaded near Nucla, Colorado. Shortly after Brice’s birth, the family moved to the current ranch north of Colona, along the Uncompahgre River. The ranch is currently owned and operated by Brice’s nephew, Jeff Lee, and his family. Brice was proud that Jeff and his family were the third and fourth generations operating the family ranch. Riding his horse daily to school, Brice attended first through eighth grades at Colona School. He was one of two graduates of the final graduating class of the school. He attended and graduated from Montrose High School. Brice furthered his education at Colorado A&M University, majoring in agronomy, and soil science and water conservation, and was a member of its final graduating class before becoming Colorado State University. While attending Colorado A&M, Brice met the love of his life, his future wife, Phyllis Fiebig, of Ft. Morgan. They were married in June of 1955. After graduation, they moved to Durango in 1956. Brice was employed by the Soil Conservation Service and Phyllis was hired as the first CSU Extension Home Economist with the Southern Ute Tribe in Ignacio. This move began a lifelong love of Durango, La Plata County, and its people. During this time, Brice was a member of the Army Reserve Unit based in Durango and was proud to serve his country for six years. In 1962, Brice and Phyllis bought the Graden Mill and Elevator. Brice loved providing feed, seed and supplies to the agricultural community of the Four Corners region, and in return buying wheat, milling it into flour to sell to local businesses and area citizens. After being recruited as a nutritionist and salesman for Ralston Purina livestock nutrition, Brice sold the mill to Farmer’s Supply. Brice and Phyllis started their beloved herd of Hereford cattle in 1964 with the purchase of two heifers from the CSU Old Fort herd. That line of Herefords is still the base of Brice’s herd today. Brice was a pioneer in beef cattle production testing and was a founding member of the Four Corners Bull Test Association. In 1972, Brice and Phyllis set up their ranch south of Hesperus, and Brice began ranching full time. The ranch incorporates summer and winter ranges that utilize federal, state and private lands in Colorado and New Mexico. Teaching, encouraging and mentoring youth and young people was important to both Brice and Phyllis. They were avid supporters of the La Plata County Fair and the La Plata County 4-H program. Brice’s desire to be active and involved in the cattle industry led him to be a long-time member of the La Plata County Cattlemen’s Association, the Colorado Cattlemen’s Association (CCA), the Public Lands Council (PLC) and the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA). Brice served as president of the La Plata Co. Cattlemen, CCA and the PLC. He served several terms as a committee chair with NCBA. Water and water issues in the Four Corners and Colorado were important to Brice. He served on the Animas La Plata Board that ultimately was responsible for the construction of the Nighthorse Dam, providing water to the Southern Ute people and residents of the Dryside. Brice also served on the La Plata Water Conservancy District and while he was president, the Long Hollow Dam Project was built, and formally named the Bobby K. Taylor Dam. Local ditch issues were also central to Brice, and he served on the HH and Townsite ditch boards. Brice served nine years as a gubernatorial appointee on the Colorado Water Quality Control Commission. Brice lived every day with a bright and optimistic outlook. He valued his neighbors and strived to be the best neighbor he could be. Brice proudly kept his rangeland and his cows in excellent condition. Brice was preceded in death by his wife Phyllis, parents Brice F. Lee Sr. and Edith Lee, brother Jim, brother-in-law Jack Anderson, and his grandparents, and mother and father-in-law, Fred and Marie (Eisenach) Fiebig. Brice’s survivors include daughter and son-in-law Lisa and Chad Pederson, granddaughter Bricelyn, sister and brother-in-law Harriette and Dave Walter, sister Marge Anderson, and sister-in-law Renee Lee. He is also survived by seven nieces and nephews and their families, long-time friend Lynelle Brumley, and a host of wonderful neighbors and friends. Our family would like to thank Dad’s fantastic neighbors and friends for being great caretakers of Brice. We are also appreciative of the excellent medical care provided to Dad by Mercy and San Juan Cardiology, and Mercy Medical ICU Staff.
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43rd Broken Heart Red Angus Sale 82 Bulls average $5,540
TOP SELLING BULLS:
SALE HOSTS: Broken Heart Ranch 12523 245th Ave. • Firesteel, SD 57633
COMPLIMENTARY LUNCH SERVED BEFORE THE SALE
For sale BHR Flashing Effort. AAA with a 93 speed index. Effort is around 15 to 15.1 hands and is 4 year old gelding. He is a stakes winner with a big heart and a ton of try. Message us for more details. Pedigree and video will be in comments. Thank you
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