Eastern Helena, Montana
The League of Legends Invitational Horse & Stock Dog Sale
August 4–5, 2023
Experience Western Culture
Make your way down to East Helena, Montana, for the League of Legends Horse Sale (turnerperformancehorses.com), if you appreciate fine horses and pretty country. At this invitational horse sale, see quality horses from a variety of disciplines sell to buyers from across the country. With extensive pre-screening requirements, these horses are the cream of the crop, and a handy stock dog will be available for sale, as well.
The Facts: $310,000 | The top selling horse from the 2022 sale.
Among the beautiful scenery of East Helena, Montana, nestled between Glacier and Yellowstone National Parks is a horse sale that boasts the best of the best. Since 2017, this sale has taken pride in being a one-stop shop for buyers looking for a top-notch horse. Horses are only admitted to the sale after passing rigorous vet and sale inspections, including meeting disposition and performance standards. The event begins August 4th with a preview of the horses and continues through the next day, with the sale being held August 5th. It will feature sale horses from a large variety of Western disciplines, and a couple well-bred stock dogs to boot.
Don’t Miss This
Whether you bought a new horse, or you’re just as tack obsessed as we are, check out 1. Down Home Tack & Feed. Find all equine essentials and browse through an expansive tack selection at this family-owned store. Or get your saddle fix at 2. Bison Saddlery to see an array of beautiful, handcrafted saddles and leather goods.
If you need to fuel up before a big day of horse-shopping, try out 3. Steve’s Cafe for that down home feel, and a hearty breakfast. After the sale, feed your sweet tooth with a stop at 4. The Parrot Confectionery to indulge in candy made right there in-house.
5. Summer Star Ranch is your go-to for horseback riding adventures in Helena, Montana. Take a guided trail ride to experience jaw-dropping scenery, and 360- degree mountain views at this scenic ranch.
Montana is well-known for being big horse country, and their historical register boasts various historical sites dedicated to the horse. From the long-closed ‘Frontier Town’ to the historical Helena fairgrounds, the Helena Valley holds valuable horse history, still seen in the many ranches, horse barns, and farms present today.