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CONTENTS////// OFFICIAL SHOW PROGRAM

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From the NRCHA Executive Director

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The 2016 Hackamore Classic Moves to Reno

NRCHA President’s Message Snaffle Bit Futurity Schedule Futurity and Horse Show Patterns Change of Venue for the 2017 Snaffle Bit Futurity

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Past Open Hackamore and Bridle Champions

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Past Snaffle Bit Futurity Champions

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The 2015 Snaffle Bit Futurity Finalists

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Erin Taormino rode Plain Wright (Hes Wright On x Isabellena x Quejanaisalena), bred and owned by Garth and Amanda Gardiner, to the 2015 Snaffle Bit Futurity Open Reserve Championship.

The NRCHA Million-Dollar Club The 2016 Snaffle Bit Futurity Awards 2016 Ward Ranch Raffle Colt It Pays to Enroll The Discount Tire Non Pro Futurity Best of the West Trade Show The 2016 Snaffle Bit Futurity Staff 2016 Open Futurity Draw Sheets 2016 Non Pro Futurity Draw Sheets 2016 Non Pro Limited Futurity Draw Sheets

NRCHA INFORMATION 124 128 132 134 136 138 140 142

PRIMO MORALES

SNAFFLE BIT FUTURITY DETAILS & MORE

Meet the NRCHA Board of Directors NRCHA Judges NRCHA Membership Application NRCHA Affiliate Listing Top Rider List NRCHA Subscribed Stallions Subscribed Stallion Rules & Contract NRCHA Committee Directory

FEATURES 14 Guide to the Action

What are the judges looking for in the 2016 Snaffle Bit Futurity Champion?

44 Homegrown Champion

The 2015 Snaffle Bit Futurity Open Champion, Starlight Kisses, earned a permanent place in NRCHA history.

66 Ranchy in Reno

The Zoetis AQHA Ranching Heritage Challenge showcases ranch-bred horses during the NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity.

70 The Evolution of a Reined Cow Horse

The training of a reined cow horse is methodical and meticulous, taking years to reach finished bridle horse status.

74 A Place in History The NRCHA welcomes three 2016 Hall of Fame inductees.

108 In the Market? What to know when attending the 2016 Snaffle Bit Futurity Horse Sales.

118 Ahead of the Curve

Reined Cow Horse contestants at the 2016 NHSFR brought their “A” game to Gillette, Wyoming, representing big growth for the NRCHA’s future.

ON THE COVER: NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity Open Champions Jake Telford and Starlight Kisses (Shady Lil Starlight x Kiss My Shiny Lips x Shining Spark), owned by Holy Cow Performance Horses.

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GROWTH AND CHANGE “Unless you continually work, evolve, and innovate, you’ll learn a quick and painful lesson from someone who has.”—Cael Sanderson, champion collegiate wrestler, coach, and motivational speaker

In a literal sense, wrestling and reined cow horse may not have much in common, but Sanderson’s concept is relevant to the National Reined Cow Horse Association as it grows, develops, and solidifies its position as a dynamic, innovative force in the equine industry. As we arrive in Reno, Nevada, for the 2016 Snaffle Bit Futurity, the most highly-anticipated Premier Event of the NRCHA’s show year, we are closing one chapter of our history and looking toward new horizons as the event moves to the heart of the performance horse industry, Fort Worth, Texas, beginning in 2017.

It is an exciting time to be connected to reined cow horses and the NRCHA. As we continue to evolve, broadening our scope and placing our thrilling event on a continually larger stage, the entire industry benefits. We have been described as a well-kept secret, and it is time to share with a larger population all the things that make the NRCHA great. Our events can change to better serve our membership, without sacrificing the tradition upon which the association was founded. Generating additional enthusiasm, drawing larger crowds, growing our entries, and building bigger payouts can be accomplished without losing the unique close-knit community feel which makes our sport special and sets us apart from every other discipline in a positive way. I am proud to be aligned with the exceptional group of people who make up the National Reined Cow Horse Association, and I wish everyone the very best of luck this year at the annual test of guts and glory that we call the Snaffle Bit Futurity.

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NRCHA STAFF Executive Director: Jay Winborn Executive Administrator: Kelley Hartranft Membership/Best of the West Trade Show: Barbara Nahlik Shows: Allison Walker Accounting: Joy Galvan Communications Manager: Stephanie Duquette

SNAFFLE BIT FUTURITY JUDGING STAFF Director of Judges: Bill Enk Judges: Doug Ingersoll, Bozo Rogers, Jimmy Stickler, Smoky Pritchett, Chris Benedict Scribes: Tracey Hatakeyama, Allison Chapman, Sandy Jirkovsky, Russ Greathouse, Cyndi Hershey Brown

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FROM THE NRCHA PRESIDENT

Todd Bergen

Whether you are a competitor, owner, sponsor or spectator, all of us involved with the National Reined Cow Horse Association are glad to have you here in Reno for the Snaffle Bit Futurity. This is the largest of the NRCHA’s Premier Events, and the place where many of us first became hooked on the exciting sport of reined cow horse. We constantly strive to make the Snaffle Bit Futurity experience better for everyone. This year, you will notice some new additions to the event lineup. Another NRCHA Premier Event, the Hackamore Classic, has been merged with the Futurity schedule. This was a decision by the Board of Directors to place the Hackamore Classic derby before a larger audience and encourage more of our great horses and riders to enter. We hope you enjoy the opportunity to watch the always-impressive display of hackamore horsemanship. The AQHA Ranching Heritage Challenge is back for a third year, and we are excited about having this popular event at the Futurity again. It’s a showcase for ranch-bred horses, and really goes back to the roots of our NRCHA competition. Also there is a scheduling note for the Snaffle Bit Futurity Sales. The Classic Yearling and Broodmare Sale, typically

held on the Thursday before the Futurity Finals, has been moved to Friday, September 30, beginning at 11:00 a.m. in the indoor arena. The Performance Horse Sale and the Select Two-Year-Old Sale will follow the Classic Sale in their usual schedule positions on Friday. I want to encourage everyone to enjoy the fun and social opportunities connected with the Futurity. Part of this event’s appeal is the chance to experience one of the greatest aspects of our sport – the people. Reined cow horse folks take pride in being the friendliest, most supportive and most fun in the equine industry. I hope you will take time to reconnect with old friends and make new ones during social events like the annual Hall of Fame Banquet, the Draw Party and the various other receptions that give us a chance to relax and enjoy each other’s company. And of course, don’t miss great shopping at the Best of the West Trade Show. If this is your first time at the Snaffle Bit Futurity, welcome. If you’ve been coming here for many years, welcome back! I wish all the competitors good luck, and invite everyone to enjoy the experience.

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Reno Livestock Events Center Reno, Nevada September 18 – October 1, 2016 Tentative Schedule as of 8/25/2016 Sunday, September 18, 2016—** RODEO ARENA**

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

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Hackamore Classic: Open / Int. Open / Ltd. Open / L1 Ltd. Open / Novice Horse

Monday, September 19, 2016 8am

Rein Work:

Open, Cinch Int. Open, Ltd. Open Prelims & L1 Ltd. Open Futurity

Tuesday, September 20, 2016 8am

Rein Work: Horse Show:

Open, Cinch Int. Open, Ltd. Open Prelims & L1 Ltd. Open Futurity Open Two Rein

Wednesday, September 21, 2016 8am

Herd Work:

Open, Cinch Int. Open, Ltd. Open Prelims & L1 Ltd. Open Futurity

Thursday, September 22, 2016 8am

Herd Work:

Open, Cinch Int. Open, Ltd. Open Prelims & L1 Ltd. Open Futurity

Cow Work:

Herd Work: Herd Work: Herd Work: Herd Work:

Non Pro Limited Futurity Non Pro, Int. Non Pro, Nov. Non Pro Futurity Prelims & Amateur Futurity Non Pro Limited Hackamore Classic Non Pro, Int. Non Pro, Nov. Non Pro & Amateur Hackamore Classic

Saturday, September 24, 2016 8am

9am 7:30pm

Rein Work: Rein Work:

Non Pro Limited Futurity Non Pro, Int. Non Pro, Nov. Non Pro Futurity Prelims & Amateur Futurity Lunch Break: Non Pro Meeting (Doc Bar Room) Horse Show: Youth Limited Horse Show: Youth Bridle Horse Show: Non Pro Two Rein Rodeo Arena: AQHA Ranching Heritage Challenge Horse Show: $1k NP Limited / Select NPL (after NP Rein) Select Screening of “Down The Fence”

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5:30pm 7pm

Monday, September 26, 2016 8am

Cow Work: Cow Work:

Non Pro Limited Futurity Non Pro, Int. Non Pro, Nov. Non Pro Futurity Prelims & Amateur Futurity LAE/ Hackamore Classic Non Pro Divisions / Horse Show: Non Pro Hackamore LAE Rein/Cow: Non Pro Limited Hackamore Classic Run To Reno Finals - Fence LAE/ Hackamore Classic Open Divisions / Horse Show: Open Hackamore Prelims & Ltd. Open Hackamore

Cow Work:

Open, Cinch Int. Open, Ltd. Open Prelims & L1 Ltd. Open Futurity Horse Show: Open Bridle Prelims & Ltd. Open Bridle Select 2 Year Old Sale Preview (Main Arena) Finalist Reception for Owners/Riders (Doc Bar Room) Finals Draw Party (Concourse)

Thursday, September 29, 2016 8am

5pm 7:30pm

Herd Work: Cinch Int. Open & Ltd. Open Futurity Finals Rein Work: Cinch Int. Open & Ltd. Open Futurity Finals Horse Show: Open Hackamore Finals Cow Work: Cinch Int. Open & Ltd. Open Futurity Finals Old Timers Reunion (Silver Legacy Resort Casino) Annual NRCHA Hall of Fame Banquet (Silver Legacy Resort Casino)

Friday, September 30, 2016 8am 10am 11am

11am 4pm

Sunday, September 25, 2016 During lunch break: Cowboy Church 8am Horse Show: Non Pro Limited, $5k NPL, Select NPL Horse Show: Non Pro, Int. NP, Nov. NP, Select NP Bridle Run To Reno Finals - Boxing

Hackamore Classic Open Divisions / Open Hackamore Prelims & Ltd. Open Hackamore Open, Cinch Int. Open, Ltd. Open Prelims & L1 Ltd. Open Futurity

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Friday, September 23, 2016 8am

LAE/ Horse Show:

Herd Work:

Non Pro, Int. Non Pro, Nov. Non Pro Futurity Finals Water, Coffee, Mimosa and Bloody Mary bar sponsored by Reno Livestock Events Center (Sale Barns) Classic Yearling & Broodmare Horse Sale (Main Arena) Performance Horse Sale (Main Arena) Select Two Year Old Horse Sale (Main Arena) Owners Meeting (Doc Bar Room) immediately following sale Reception sponsored by Markel Insurance and the American Quarter Horse Association Rein Work: Non Pro, Int. Non Pro, Nov. Non Pro Futurity Finals Horse Show: Open Bridle Finals Cow Work: Non Pro, Int. Non Pro, Nov. Non Pro Futurity Finals

Saturday, October 1, 2016 8am 10am 11 am 4pm

Herd Work: Open Futurity Finals Water, Coffee, Mimosa and Bloody Mary bar sponsored by Reno Livestock Events Center (Sale Barns) Select Yearling & Broodmare Horse Sale (Main Arena) Opening Ceremony and Rider Introductions Rein Work: Open Futurity Finals Cow Work: Open Futurity Finals Raffle Colt Drawing Closing Ceremony and Awards Finals Party (Pavilion)

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GUIDE TO THE ACTION What are the judges looking for in the next Snaffle Bit Futurity Champion? Here is a breakdown of the three events. PRIMO MORALES

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t’s show time! Nowhere in the world of equestrian sport will you find more spine-tingling action than in the reined cow horse arena. These finely tuned equine athletes will dazzle you with their athleticism, cow sense, courage and finesse. The three-year-old horses in the Snaffle Bit Futurity are judged in herd work, rein work and cow work. Contestants in the ancillary horse show classes – hackamore, two-rein and bridle – are judged in rein work and cow work only.

HERD WORK In this event, one horse and rider enters a group of cattle, separates a single animal, and then prevents it from returning to the herd. The horse should step into the herd willingly and quietly, sorting out one cow without disturbing the rest. There is a two-and-a-half minute time limit for each run, and two or three cattle are worked during that time. Judges are impressed by horses that display exceptional courage while holding a difficult cow, work on a loose rein with a bright, alert expression, maintain proper position on the cow and spend the majority of the two-and-a-half minutes holding a cow out front. Judges also will deduct for losing a cow, failure to control the cow, insuf-

Mr Shiney Lights (CD Lights x Lil Miss Shiney Chex x Shining Spark), shown by NRCHA Professional Nicolas Barthelemy and owned by Sheri Jamieson, La Jolla, California, had the high-scoring herd work, a 222, in the 2015 Futurity Open preliminaries. Barthelemy and Mr Shiney Lights also captured the 2015 Futurity Intermediate Open Championship.

ficient working time, low degree of difficulty, or lack of eye appeal.

REIN WORK The rein work is the only phase of cow horse competition that does not involve a cow. Sometimes described as the equestrian equivalent of figure skating, horse and rider perform a pattern with specific maneuvers: fast and slow circles, lead changes, spins, sliding stops and backing up. In the reined work, judges look for a horse that is willingly guided, with little or no apparent resistance. Points are deducted for disobedience or deviation from

the pattern, while credit is earned if the maneuvers are performed with extra speed and finesse in a manner that is pleasing to watch.

COW WORK The cow work, also called the fence work, is the final, adrenalin-fueled stage of reined cow horse competition. Fortunes can rise and fall in a split second during this fast paced event, and the outcome of the Snaffle Bit Futurity is not certain until the fence work is complete. The key to a good score is maintaining control of the cow at all times.

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After horse and rider enter the arena, a single cow is pushed through the gate at the opposite end. The horse must first “box” the cow, or hold it at the end of the arena, maintaining control and staying in proper working position. Next, when the rider decides the time is right, he allows the cow to run down the long side of the arena and turns it on the wall. This first turn must take place after the center marker, but before the first penalty marker near the corner. Horse and rider must turn the cow a second time in the other direction, and may make additional turns on the fence before taking the cow into the open arena and maneuvering it in a 360-degree circle each way. The most controlled cow work, with the highest degree of difficulty and the best form, scores the highest.

SCORING Five judges are scoring the action at the Snaffle Bit Futurity. They all have the NRCHA’s highest 3A judge’s credential: Chris Benedict, Weatherford, Texas; Doug Ingersoll, Lincoln, California; Bozo Rogers, Gainesville, Texas; Jimmy Stickler, San Luis Obispo, California; and Smoky Pritchett, Red Bluff, California. The high score and low score are thrown out, and the remaining three scores are added up to achieve the final score. For example, if a horse receives a score of 219, he averaged a 73 from each judge. All events are scored using a plus and minus system for each maneuver. If a rider incurs penalty points, they are deducted from the overall score. A score of 70 is considered average. Each contestant begins with a 70 as soon as they enter the arena. Each maneuver receives a plus, a zero, or a minus from the judge. Plus indicates

an above-average performance, zero means it was done correctly, and minus means a below-average maneuver. Anything above 70 means horse and rider earned credit during the run, while a score below 70 means something went wrong; either the maneuver quality was poor or penalties were incurred.

Top: Hez The Kats Meow (Bet Hesa Cat x Miss Lucky Starlight x Grays Starlight), shown by Clinton Anderson and owned by Lynn Thomas, topped the 2015 Futurity Open rein work preliminaries with a 224 score. Above: Cats Picasso (Metallic Cat x Playboys Vixen x Hickoryote), shown by horseman John Swales for owner Robbie McKay, earned a 224 to win the 2015 Futurity Open cow work preliminaries. They tied for third place in the Futurity Open Finals.

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SNAFFLE BIT FUTURITY PATTERNS SNAFFLE BIT FUTURITY PRELIMINARIES Pattern 8 - Lope in Lope in on left lead. At the center, without stopping or breaking gait, begin pattern facing toward the judge. 1. Beginning on the left lead, complete three circles; two large, fast circles, then one small slow circle. Change leads to the right. 2. Complete three circles to the right; two large, fast circles, then one small slow circle. Change leads to the left. 3. Continue around end of arena without breaking gait or changing leads. Run down center of arena past end marker. Execute to a square sliding stop. 4. Complete 3½ spins to the left. 5. Run down center of arena past end marker. Execute to a square sliding stop. 6. Complete 3½ spins to the right. 7. Run down center of arena past center marker. Execute Come to a square sliding stop.

SNAFFLE BIT FUTURITY FINALS Pattern 2 - Lope in Begin on left lead. At the center, without stopping or breaking gait, begin pattern facing toward the judge. 1. Beginning on the left lead, complete three circles to the left. The first one large and fast, the second small and slow, the third large and fast. Change leads at the center of arena. 2. Complete three circles to the right. The first one large and fast, the second small and slow, and the third large and fast. Change leads at the center of arena. 3. Continue loping to run down. 4. Run to far end past the marker to a sliding stop. Hesitate. 5. Complete 3½ spins to the left. Hesitate. 6. Run to far end past marker to a sliding stop. Hesitate. 7. Complete 3½ spins to the right. Hesitate. 8. Run past center marker to a sliding stop. Hesitate. 9. Back at least 10 feet. Hesitate to complete pattern.

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OPEN BRIDLE/OPEN HACKAMORE PRELIMINARIES/HORSE SHOW CLASSES WITHOUT FINALS Pattern 11 - Lope in Begin on left lead. At the center, without stopping or breaking gait, begin pattern facing toward the judge. 1. Beginning on the left lead, complete two circles to the left, the first circle large and fast, and the second circle small and slow. Change leads at the center of the arena. 2. Complete two circles to the right, the first large and fast, the second small and slow. Change leads at the center of the arena. 3. Continue around end of arena without breaking gait or changing leads, run down center of the arena past the end marker, and execute a square sliding stop. 4. Complete 3½ spins to the left. 5. Run down center of arena past end marker and execute a square sliding stop. 6. Complete 3½ spins to the right. 7. Run down center of arena past center marker and execute a square sliding stop. Back at least 10 feet. Hesitate to complete pattern.

OPEN BRIDLE/OPEN HACKAMORE FINALS Pattern 12 - Lope in Begin on right lead. At the center, without stopping or breaking gait, begin pattern facing toward the judge. 1. Beginning on the right lead, complete two circles to the right, the first circle large and fast, and the second circle small and slow. Change leads at the center of the arena. 2. Complete two circles to the left, the first circle large and fast, and the second circle small and slow. Change leads at the center of the arena. 3. Continue around end of arena without breaking gait or changing leads, run down center of the arena past the end marker, and execute a square sliding stop. 4. Complete 3½ spins to the left. 5. Run down center of arena past end marker, and execute a square sliding stop. 6. Complete 3½ spins to the right. 7. Run down center of arena past center marker, and execute a square sliding stop. Back at least 10 feet. Hesitate to comlete pattern.

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NATIONAL REINED COW HORSE ASSOCIATION SELECTS NEW SNAFFLE BIT FUTURITY VENUE The NRCHA’s largest Premier Event moves to Fort Worth, Texas, in 2017. STEPHANIE DUQUETTE

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fter months of deliberation, the National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA) Board of Directors has announced the NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity, one of the largest and most prestigious events in the Western performance horse industry, will be held at the historic Will Rogers Equestrian Center in Fort Worth, Texas, beginning in 2017. The NRCHA has committed to hold the Snaffle Bit Futurity in Fort Worth for the next three years, through 2019. In December 2015, the NRCHA announced it was seeking a community partner to host the Snaffle Bit Futurity in 2017 and beyond. More than a dozen facilities made initial contact after the public request for proposal. Four facilities—located in Denver, Fort Worth, Reno, and Scottsdale—submitted complete written bids detailing suitability and interest. The NRCHA outlined specific selection criteria, including facility location and amenities; availability of incentive and sponsorship money; and reasonable access to cattle.

The NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity relocates from Reno, Nevada, to Fort Worth, Texas, in 2017.

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“The Board took its time with this decision. All the proposals we received were attractive, with Fort Worth providing the most appealing package overall. The Will Rogers facility was much more affordable than the other locations, as far as what it is charging the NRCHA to hold the Futurity there. The amenities, cattle supply, and the central location in a great city like Fort Worth, convinced the Board that it would be the ideal home for the Snaffle Bit Futurity,” said NRCHA President Todd Bergen, Eagle Point, Oregon. Further adding to Fort Worth’s appeal was a substantial Futurity added money offer from a group of reined cow horse owners, breeders, exhibitors, and professionals, representing all regions of the U.S. This coalition supported the Fort Worth location by pledging a large bonus to the payout for three years if

the Futurity moved there. The bonus added money currently stands at six figures and growing, as more supporters join the effort. “This additional money means we will be awarding the 2017 through 2019 Futurity Open Champion a check for $125,000, as compared to our traditional $100,000 payout,” said NRCHA Vice-President Paul Bailey, Sparta, Tennessee. “Furthermore, it is our hope that this funding will allow us to award all the Futurity Open finalists a check for at least $10,000, as well as increase the payout for the Futurity Non-Pro divisions.” Besides the venue change, the 2017 Snaffle Bit Futurity will also come with a date change, tentatively scheduled for October 1-14. Exhibitors can also look forward to a more forgiving show schedule, because the NRCHA will

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The NRCHA looks forward to having access to the entire Will Rogers Equestrian Center complex.

have access to the entire Will Rogers Equestrian Center complex, including all show, warm-up and sale arenas, barns, and exhibit space. This will permit the association to streamline the schedule to better accommodate participants and spectators, while continuing to offer an exciting lineup of Snaffle Bit Futurity Horse Sales and a vibrant shopping experience at the popular trade show. “We anticipate growth across the board at the Snaffle Bit Futurity in 2017 and beyond,” Bergen said. “Moving to Fort Worth puts our biggest event in the middle of the country, within easier reach for participants, and we are expecting growth in entries. As if the Futurity didn’t give a reined cow horse fan enough reason to come to Fort Worth in early October, that time of year usually means wonderful weather, not to mention all the recreational and cultural opportunities outside the show arena.” Bergen emphasized the gravity of the Board’s decision to relocate the Futurity from its historic home on the West Coast. While the California cities of Fresno and Sacramento have both been host sites, Reno has been home to the majority of Snaffle Bit Futurities. “There is an emotional attachment to the Snaffle Bit Futurity being a West Coast event, and I believe all of us on the Board acknowledge the history with Reno. The Board labored long and hard over this decision. We were very engaged in the process of trying to ensure that we chose what was in the best interest of the NRCHA for its future growth. We look to the future with optimism, feeling as if we have taken a positive step for the entire association,” Bergen said.

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RENO 2016 = TWO PREMIER EVENTS IN ONE The NRCHA Hackamore Classic runs in conjunction with the 2016 Snaffle Bit Futurity. PRIMO MORALES

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ans of traditional vaquero horsemanship will enjoy a special treat at the 2016 Snaffle Bit Futurity in Reno, Nevada. For the first time, another NRCHA Premier Event, the Hackamore Classic, will run simultaneously with the Snaffle Bit Futurity. The hackamore represents the second stage of the years-long training process, which results in a finished bridle horse. At the Hackamore Classic, 4- and 5-year-old horses are shown in the hackamore, the traditional bitless headgear consisting of a bosal; a braided noseband usually made of rawhide or leather; and a closed rein, braided rope called a mecate. The customary mecate material is horse hair, but mohair or synthetics are also used and legal in the show pen. Hackamore Classic horses are judged in three events: herd work, rein work and cow work. Champions are determined after a single go-round in those three events—there are no finals. The Hackamore Classic offers ten divisions for Open, Non Pro, Amateur and Non Pro Limited (herd/rein/boxing) riders. Before moving to Reno and pairing up with the Futurity in 2016, the Hackamore Classic was held at the Colorado State Fairgrounds in Pueblo, Colorado, from 2012-2015. At various times in its history, the Hackamore Classic has found a home in Paso Robles, California (20042011); Winnemucca, Nevada (20022003); and Rancho Murieta, California (2000-2001).

Shawn Hays, Nocona, Texas, won the 2015 Hackamore Classic Open Championship in Pueblo, Colorado, riding Red River Rivalry (Soula Jule Star x Shiners Miss Lena x Shining Spark), a stallion owned by his wife, Tammy Jo Hays, and father-in-law, Walter Greeman.

The NRCHA Board of Directors voted last August to hold the Hackamore Classic with the Futurity in 2016. “Our biggest audience, both competitors and spectators, is at the Snaffle Bit Futurity. I am excited about presenting our hackamore horses there. Reined cow horse fans really like the hackamore, and the Futurity is a perfect showcase for that phase of our traditional training process. For competitors, it should be a better experience all the way around. We expect the entries to go up quite a bit, which means a larger payout. The Livestock Events Center is an excellent facility, and everyone will have more time to prepare their horses, which can be a big deal when you’re showing in the hackamore,” said NRCHA President Todd Bergen.

The Hackamore Classic Open herd work is the first order of business on the 2016 Reno schedule. It will be held Sunday, September 18, in the outdoor rodeo arena. The remainder of the Hackamore Classic competition for Open, Non Pro and Non Pro Limited riders is distributed throughout the schedule, wrapping up with cow work, and crowning of champions in all divisions, on September 26. With $42,000 added to the Hackamore Classic, the caliber of competition will be high. According to “The Legendary California Hackamore and Stock Horse,” a book written by NRCHA Hall of Fame Horseman Bobby Ingersoll, the hackamore was the first step in training the cow horses of yesteryear. Vaqueros would begin their colts’ education with the hackamore, teaching them the fundamentals of stopping, turning and moving so they could effectively perform their daily ranch chores. “In that era there were no horse shows, and the vaqueros had no reason to hurry through the training process,” Ingersoll wrote. He further explained in his book that a horse would traditionally spend four or five years in the hackamore before it progressed to wearing a bridle in addition to a hackamore, known as the two rein stage of training. When the horse understood the cues well enough to forgo the hackamore and wear a spade bit alone, it was considered “straight up in the bridle,” a finished bridle horse, the most prized mount of the time.

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PAST OPEN HACKAMORE CHAMPIONS Many Snaffle Bit Futurity horses return to Reno as four- and five-yearolds to compete in the hackamore. This is another highly competitive class with a rich paycheck and a sought-after championship at stake.

Year

Horse

1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Royal Cutter Doc’s Abe Cutter’s Rocket D’Or Sugar Spice Foxie Doc Shady Chex Kay Gee Doc Hobbys Tic Tac Tucker Mud Doc Political Smoker Bueno Chex Willie Olde Hobby Horse Doc Olenas Mark Smokum Oak Chex A Nic Freight Train Borrego Lena Tux N Tails Tommys Petite Doc Lil Miss Smarty Chex Nuthin Nic Master Checks Litas Sans Freckle Face Smoke Freckle Face Smoke Colonels Hot Chic A Royal River Deb Olenas Gunsmoke Shine Like Hail Smart Time Tuck Smart Time Tuck Dunnit By Chex Very Smart Remedy Shining Smartly Rudys Wright Shining Sparkle Lena Spark N Loulena Nics Black Diamond Smart Luck Reymanator Bettin Yer Smart ARC Sparkin Chics Time For The Diamond Over A Barrell

Gender G G G M M G G G M M S G S S G G S G G M M G M S S M G G S G G M S M S M M S S G S S S G

Over A Barrell (Nic It In The Bud x Katie Gun x John Gun), shown by Darrel Norcutt for owner Joyce A. Diegel, won the Open Hackamore Championship at the 2015 Snaffle Bit Futurity.

Pedigree

Rider

Owner

Cutter Bill x Royal Ida Mae Doc Bar x Lucky Splita Cutter Bill x Royal Ida Mae Sir Raleigh x Gidget ann Doc Bar x Lucky Debbie Lady King Fritz x LM Star Lady Doc’s Cowboy x Ray Gee Bar Hobby Horse x G Fern Hard Sauce Doc Tom Tucker x Sissy Mud Mr Gun Smoke x Mac’s Sujo Bueno Chex x Sug’s Honey Hobby Horse x Little Miss Chex Doc O’Lena x Monet Clabber Doc’s Oak x Gunsmoke Ann Reminic x Bueno Chex Bonita Reminic x Calan Gay Doc Olenas Mark x Copper Tees Image Doc Tom Tucker x King Eleven Doll Doc Tom Tucker x Petite Doc Bar Smart Little Lena x Miss Reed Chex Reminic x Nuthin Butsmoke Master Remedy x Bueno Chex Kaweah Master Remedy x Sausalita Freckle Faced Kid x Bonnie Smoke Freckle Faced Kid x Bonnie Smoke Just Plain Colonel x Reminics Bar Girl Powder River Playboy x Sis Royal Mahogany Hired Gunsmoke x Deb Olenas Shining Spark x Summer Chex Senors Lil Brudder x Smoke Time Tuck Senors Lil Brudder x Smoke Time Tuck Bueno Chexinic x Its Not All Dun Smart Little Lena x Remedys Response Shining Spark x Smart Hickory Lenas Wright On x Ms Enterprise Shine With A Twist x Docs Miss Scooby Doo Shining Spark x Mary Lou Lena Nic It In The Bud x Shinersdiamondjackie Very Smart Remedy x Gunna Be Lucky Dual Rey x Savannah Hickory Smart Little Lena x Bet Yer Boons Chic Please x Sailing Spark One Time Pepto x Diamonds With Style Nic It In The Bud x Katie Gun

Ken Sutton Bobby Ingersoll Ronnie Richards Bobby Ingersoll Gary Baumer Bill Wildes Bruce Gilchrist Bobby Ingersoll Benny Guitron Benny Guitron Dema Clark Jack Hitchings Bobby Ingersoll Greg Wright Les Vogt Ted Robinson Bobby Ingersoll Les Vogt Lyn Anderson Les Vogt Pat Hubbert Ted Robinson Ted Robinson Smoky Pritchett Smoky Pritchett John Ward Ken Wold Todd Crawford Todd Crawford Lyn Anderson Lyn Anderson Rachel Eady Jon Roeser Ron Ralls Ron Ralls Lance Johnston Jake Telford Todd Bergen Todd Bergen Zane Davis Justin Lawrence Doug Williamson Nick Dowers Darrel Norcutt

Ken Sutton Edie Strain Sally Schonlaw Don Calegari Aldo Sansoni Vicki Beckham Bruce Gilchrist Bill Gibford Bar Eleven Ranch Jerry Rava Manuel Cordoza H. & M. Switzer Morris Shidner Walter & Sharon Wright Les Vogt Dee Fitzgerald Terry & Diane O’Keefe Les Vogt Pete Bennett Ron Newark Pat Hubbert Dee Fitzgerald John & Heidi Brough Smoky Pritchett Smoky Pritchett Chuck & Lynn Tuffli Jack & Jodi Elliott John & Jill Newcomb Alan & Kay Needle Kathryn Schaefer Kathryn Schaefer Rachel Eady Anne Reynolds Richie Bell Patty Ralls Ron & Denise Butler Floyd Miller & Newt White Mark & Kelly Gowing Cable Creek Ranch John Semanik Brown & Licking Rocking J Ranch Rod Dowers Joyce Diegel

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PAST OPEN BRIDLE CHAMPIONS

Tuckers Smart Cat (WR This Cats Smart x Smoke Time Tuck x Doc Tom Tucker), shown by Lyn Anderson and owned by David and Barbara Archer, won the Snaffle Bit Futurity Open Bridle Championship in 2015. The win was especially sweet because the gelding’s dam, Smoke Time Tuck, was a 2015 NRCHA Hall of Fame inductee.

The Open Bridle class is a perennial crowd-pleaser at the NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity. This exciting event showcases veteran horses age six and older, shown by professional trainers in rein work and cow work. Each horse-and-rider combination brings years of training and experience to the show arena, and the competition is always fast paced and fierce. Year

Horse

1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Wrong Key Burnt Girl Royal Cutter Chex Of Chex Royal Cutter Kit’s Smoke Smokes Belle Smokes Belle Royal Cutter Star Polly Bar Rub A Dub Doc Fresno Divi Chex Mister Tiv Mister Tiv Tiger Commander Monta Doc Imp Chex A Nic Dot O Lena Dot O Lena Charter Colonel Charter Colonel Charter Colonel Smokum Doc Bar Tejons Peppy Doc Tejons Lena Nic Smokin Master Smokin Master Just Quick Colonel Quick Little Cutter Starlight Playmate Tangys Classy Boy Camiseta Peppy Smart Plain Pep Tenlight CD Survivor Shining Lil Nic Shine Smartly Once A Von A Time Hes Wright On Once A Von A Time Spursuasion Tuckers Smart Cat

Gender M M G G G M M M G M G S G G S S G M M G G G G S S G G M G M S G M S S S M S S S G G

Pedigree

Rider

Owner

Salero Bar x Palm Sunday Burnt Spur x Lucky Split Cutter Bill x Royal Ida Mae King Fritz x Camay Five Cutter Bill x Royal Ida Mae Mr Gun Smoke x Mac’s Sujo Mr Gun Smoke x Mac’s Sujo Mr Gun Smoke x Mac’s Sujo Cutter Bill x Royal Ida Mae Docs Star Barred x Tourista Doc Bar x Chubber Cheeks Bueno Chex x Fresno Snort Johnny Tivio x Night Mist Johnny Tivio x Night Mist Hesa Commander x King Rowels Lady Montana Doc x Imprint Ace Reminic x Bueno Chex Bonita Dell O Lena x Freedom Chex Dell O Lena x Freedom Chex Colonel Freckles x Gay Curl Colonel Freckles x Gay Curl Colonel Freckles x Gay Curl Smokum Oak x Docs Fancy Pants Peppy San Badger x Doc O’Lenita Reminic x Doc O’Lenita Master Remedy x Miss Smoking Leo Master Remedy x Miss Smoking Leo Just Plain Colonel x Quickinic Smart Cash Cutter x Doc Mapuana Bueno Grays Starlight x Saturday Playmate Tangys Classy Peppy x Crimson Sassy Chick Camiseta Badger x Princess Tari Smart Little Pepinic x Miss Plain Dual Grays Starlight x Docs Poco Ten CD Olena x Have A Lil Lena Smart Shiner x Dig A Lil Nic Shining Spark x Smartly Dressed Von Reminic x Sheza Shinette Lenas Wright On x Shesa Lota Nic Von Reminic x Sheza Shinette Ray Gay Quixote x Mist N Smoke WR This Cats Smart x Smoke Time Tuck

Les Vogt Bobby Ingersoll Ken Sutton Les Vogt Bobby Ingersoll Benny Guitron Pat Hubbert Pat Hubbert Bobby Ingersoll John Brazil, Jr. Bobby Ingersoll Jack Hitchings Jody Gearhart Jody Gearhart Gary Baumer Dan Mendes Les Vogt Jon Roeser Jon Roeser Ted Robinson Ted Robinson Ted Robinson Sandy Collier Todd Crawford Dan Roeser Todd Crawford Todd Crawford Kathy Gould Al Dunning Todd Crawford Ron Emmons Sherri Gilkerson Tim Unzicker Jimmie Paul Jake Telford Kevin Stallings Shawn Hays Jake Telford Doug Williamson Jake Telford Shadd Parkinson Lyn Anderson

Fred Mungia Strain Ranches Ken Sutton NP Mussallem Ken Sutton Bert Crane Pat Hubbert Pat Hubbert Ken Sutton John Brazil, Jr. S. & B. Skiff T. & M. Teahon Larry & Jody Gearhart Larry & Jody Gearhart Collins & Baumer R & H Enterprises Blumenthal & Pinkard John Showalter John Showalter Ralph & Mickey Gragg Ralph & Mickey Gragg Ralph & Mickey Gragg Monte Baker Joe & Robert Duart Calvin & Marilyn Dickerson Adam Williams Adam Williams Katrina Templeton Bill & Michelle Cowan Kalpowar Quarter Horses Partners N Paints Linda Mars Runaway Creek Quarter Horses Sherri Somerville Holy Cow Perf. Horses Bill & Janiejill Tointon Greeman & Hays Holy Cow Perf. Horses Garth & Amanda Gardiner Holy Cow Perf. Horses Lindsay Wadhams David & Barbara Archer

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SNAFFLE BIT FUTURITIES OF YEARS PAST Snaffle Bit Futurity Open Champions Year

Horse

1970

Wrong Key

1970

Leocita Chex

1971

Gender

Pedigree

Rider

Owner

M

Salero Bar x Diana Morelock x Del Rio Darkey

Les Vogt

Fred Mungia

M

King Fritz x Honey’s Best x Leo

Bobby Ingersoll

Strain Ranches

Royal Cutter

G

Cutter Bill x Royal Ida Mae x Royal King

Ken Sutton

Ken Sutton

1972

Sugarnic

M

Sugar Vandy x Fillinic x Arizona Junie

Greg Ward

Greg Ward

1973

Wrangler Chex

G

King Fritz x Wilma Ray x Tough Company

Les Vogt

Nina Rose

1974

Big M Nu King

G

King Fritz x Honey’s Best x Leo

Duane Pettibone

Pat Risley

1975

Hankey Pankey

M

Hoo Doo Rocket x Coaster’s Susan x Coaster

Bobby Ingersoll

Strain Ranches

1976

Kit’s Smoke

M

Mr. Gunsmoke x Mac’s Sujo x Fourble Joe

Benny Guitron

Bert Crane

1977

Sugaree

M

Sugar Vandy x Goldie Agar

Bill Wildes

Bill Wildes

1978

Doc N Missy

M

Doc Bar x Missy’s Hankie x Tonto Bars Hank

Bobby Ingersoll

Oxbow Ranch

1979

Aledo Bay

M

Bueno Chex x Frando Bars x Aledo Bar

Billy Arthur

Michael Stabbe

1980

Docs Baroque

G

Doc’s Oak x Brown Lady Bars x Sugar Bar Flit

Tom Lyons

Tom Lyons

1981

Sugar Remedy

M

Doc’s Remedy x Sugarnic x Sugar Vandy

Greg Ward

Greg Ward

1982

Sanpeppy Smoke

S

Mr Fool’s Smoke x Minnie Gal x Peppy San

Kenny Pugh

Pugh/Sanders

1983

Im Full Of Pep

S

Peppy San Badger x Im A Sugar Vandy x Sugar Vandy

Stan Fonsen

Art Haskins

1984

Plumb Dry

S

Dry Doc x Pantera Chex x King Fritz

Gary Baumer

Leonard/Patricia Brooks

1985

Peppy Par Three

S

Peppy San x Three Parette x Par Three

Greg Wright

Charles Walker

1986

Smokinic

M

Reminic x Smoke’s Belle x Mr Gun Smoke

Greg Ward

Pat Hubbert

1987

Nu Cash

S

Colonel Freckles x Nu Rendition x Nu Bar

Ted Robinson

Ralph/Mickey Gragg

1988

Smart Little Calboy

S

Smart Little Lena x Miss Cal Sen x Cal Bar

Bob Avila

David Roberts

1989

Ima Jo’s Doll (AP)

M

Ima Doc O’Lena x Quanah’s Leo Girl x Kickapoo

Carl Gould

Walker/Hale

1990

Otoe Master

S

Master Remedy x Sizzlin Otoe x Tommy Otoe

Jon Roeser

Kibby Maxwell

1991

Master Checks

G

Master Remedy x Bueno Chex Kaweah x Bueno Chex

Ted Robinson

Dee Fitzgerald

1992

Mr San Olen

S

Peppy San Badger x San O Lenita x Tenino San

Doug Williamson

Don Haskell

1993

Miss Rey Dry

M

Dry Doc x Starlita Sequin x Rey Jay

Sandy Collier

David/Paula Hunsicker

1994

Masteroani

S

Master Remedy x Just Doc’s Socks x Docs Fri Dee Bar

John Ward

Ronald DeReis, Sr.

1995

The Nu Colonel

S

Nu Cash x Malbeckin x Doc’s Malbec

Ted Robinson

Bobby/Chris Gregg

1996

Shes Lota Cash

M

Nu Cash x Snip Gay Bar x Gay Bar King

Ted Robinson

D & J Farms

1997

Smart Little Cash

G

Nu Cash x Lil Miss Smarty Chex x Smart Little Lena

Ted Robinson

Allan/Michelle Moyer

1998

Reminics Pep

S

Reminic x Peppy Remedy x Peppy San Badger

Greg Ward

Greg/Laura Ward

1999

Smart Zanolena

S

Smart Chic Olena x Zanee Lynx x Doc’s Lynx

Bob Avila

Matt/Lesley Day

2000

Smokums Prize

S

Smokum Oak x Tommie Tivio Tucker x Doc Tom Tucker

Ted Robinson

Shawn Renshaw

2001

Boonlight Dancer

S

Peptoboonsmal x Little Dancer Lena x Smart Little Lena

Todd Bergen

Vaughn Zimmerman

2002

Doc At Night

S

Mr San Olen x Docs Hickory Nut x Doc’s Hickory

Doug Williamson

Sandie Braden

2003

Chics Magic Potion

S

Smart Chic Olena x Remedys Magic Potion x Remedys Reply Bob Avila

Needle/Avila/Carpenter

2004

Starlight Captain

S

Captain Nice x Starlight Sally x Grays Starlight

Brandon Staebler

Brandon Staebler

2005

Nu Circle Of Light

S

Nu Circle N Cash x Katie Starlight x Grays Starlight

Ted Robinson

Hunsicker/Robinson

2006

Smart Crackin Chic

M

Smart Chic Olena x Kwackin x Dual Pep

Todd Crawford

Singleton Ranches

2007

Oh Cay N Short

S

Oh Cay Quixote x Bit Of Shorty x Shorty Lena

Boyd Rice

Keven & Sydney Knight

2008

Black Pearl

M

Smart Little Pepinic x Sugar Babe Taffy x Master Remedy John Ward

Ward Ranch

2009

Reymanator

S

Dual Rey x Savannah Hickory x Doc’s Hickory

Zane Davis

John Semanik

2010

Stylish Little Oak

M

Playin Stylish x Shiners Little Oak x Shining Spark

Tucker Robinson

San Juan Ranch

2011

Shiners Dun Juan

G

Smart Shiner x Cremes Chic Olena x Smart Chic Olena

Todd Bergen

Bill & Janiejill Tointon

2012

CD Diamond

S

CD Olena x Shiners Diamond Girl x Shining Spark

Corey Cushing

San Juan Ranch

2013

Time For The Diamond

S

One Time Pepto x Diamonds With Style x Playin Stylish

Nick Dowers

Triple D Ranches

2014

Good Time

G

One Time Pepto x Dual Nurse x Dual Pep

Corey Cushing

Lynne Wurzer

2015

Starlight Kisses

M

Shady Lil Starlight x Kiss My Shiny Lips x Shining Spark

Jake Telford

Holy Cow Performance Horses

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///////// SNAFFLE BIT FUTURITY More than two decades after becoming the only female rider to win the Snaffle Bit Futurity Open Championship, NRCHA Hall of Fame and National Cowgirl Hall of Fame horsewoman Sandy Collier, Buellton, California, won the 2014 Snaffle Bit Futurity Open fence work preliminaries when she scored a 223 on Red Carpet Style, owned by Judy Siebel.

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Erin Taormino is among four female competitors in NRCHA history to place third or higher in the Futurity Open. She joined Dema Paul, Sandy Collier and Anne M. Reynolds when she rode Garth and Amanda Gardiner’s futurity entry Plain Wright (Hes Wright On x Isabellena x Quejanaisalena) to the 2015 Snaffle Bit Futurity Open Reserve Championship.

Snaffle Bit Futurity Non-Pro Champions Year

Horse

1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Doc’s Know How San Juan Chex Andy Green Springs Diamond Jewel Wood (PT) Sugar D’or Gays Leo Bar Martha Ann Rey Fernwood Tivio Doc S George Billy Clover Shesa Lou Too San Zorro Peppy Smoke Bar Lady Cash Little Lena Oakin Around Colonel De Boon Cowtown Hickory Spats O Lena Hollywood Boulevard Master Rani Chex Smokums Miss Doc Bar Lenas Hill Billy Nicilena Magical Lena Roosters Chicaroo Missn No Chex Plan To Win (PT) Justa Hot Chic Legendary Colonel Shiners Dulena More Magic Please QR Powderific Wheres My Shine Smart Shiney Lena Shiney And Verysmart Very Smart Playmate Smart Magic Trick Very Black Magic SDP Got Fancy Genes Miss Prize Maker Kiss Me A Lot

Gender G G G S M S M S M G M S M G S S G S G M M G G M M S G M G G G S M S S M M S M M M

Pedigree

Rider

Owner

Doc’s Cowboy x Flowergirl Peake x Wooden Nugget King Fritz x Apache Kitty x Apache Reed Sugar Vandy x Miss Seligman 15 x Sykes II Diamond Jim x Castros Sister x Tony Hank Sugar Jars x Triple D’or x Triple Rick Gay Bar King x Bar’s Spotlight x Leo San Rey Solis x San Time x Lito Rojo Duster Bonanza x Angelita Tivio x Puro Tivio Docs Silver Bar x Rey Three x Senor George Peppy San Bar x Miss Bras Bar x Son O Sugar Hesa Commander x Terralito x Lee’s Duke Rey De Peppy x Zorra x Two Eyed Fox Sanpeppy Smoke x Norton’s Lady x Topbar Bob Smart Little Lena x Miss Cash Cutter x Ben’s Cardinal Doc’s Oak x Bar Bull Miss x Bull Parker Colonel Freckles x Boon Chick x Boon Bar Doc’s Hickory x Prissy Chex x King Fritz Colonel Spats x Lenas Trinket x Doc O’Lena Doc O’Lena x Holly B Gold x Hollywood Bill Master Remedy x Bueno Chex Rani x Bueno Chex Smokum Oak x Doc’s Fancy Pants x Doc Bar Clark Hill Billie x Shesa Leo Lena Hes A Doc O’Lena Just Plain Colonel x Quickinici Lena x Lenas Sonny Boy Little Lenas Legend x Swayback Magic x Early Tink Gallo Del Cielo x Meerly Chic Olena x Smart Chic Olena Miss N Cash x Olenas Watchfob x Dell O Lena A Master Plan x Lenas Solana x Docs Hi Lena Just Plain Colonel x Reminics Bar Girl x Reminic Little Lenas Legend x Colonel De Light x Colonel De Boon Shining Spark x Docs Sulena x Doc O’Lena Chic Please x Magical Lena x Little Lenas Legend Powder River Playboy x Ill Be Baby x Ill Be Smart Shining Spark x Boomerita x Boomernic Smart Shiner x Sassy O Lena x Doc O’Lena Very Smart Remedy x Shirley Shine x Shining Spark Very Smart Remedy x Gunna Be Mine x Gunna Smoke Very Smart Remedy x Magical Lena x Little Lenas Legend Very Smart Remedy x Magical Lena x Little Lenas Legend RC Fancy Step x SDP I Got Good Genes x Dual Rey Topsails Rien Maker x Miss Colonels Prize x Smokums Prize Master Getta x Kiss Me A Little x Smart Little Pepinic

Tyke Minetti Pat Bello Gerry Westfall Karen Kittleson Zera Varian Pat Bello Kathy Wilson Frank Rue Kathy Wilson Kathy Wilson Bob Scott Glenn Barlow Jody Gearhart Jody Gearhart Kathy Gould Tom Buckingham Jody Semper Patti Davis Matt Day Jody Gearhart Korie Baker Glenn Barlow JoAnne Carollo Anne M. Reynolds JoAnne Carollo Dema Paul JoAnne Carollo Laurie Ward Anne M. Reynolds Dema Paul Anne M. Reynolds Anne M. Reynolds Michelle Cowan Dema Paul Anne M. Reynolds Anne M. Reynolds Anne M. Reynolds Anne M. Reynolds Tammy Jo Hays Tammy Jo Hays Laurie Richards

Clarence Minetti Pat Bello Gerry Westfall Karen Kittleson Zera Varian Pat Bello Thomas/Dixie Young Rue/Forsman Young/Wilson Young/Wilson Scott Saddle Barlow Livestock Larry/Jody Gearhart Larry/Jody Gearhart Carl/Kathy Gould Tom Buckingham Semper Truck Lines Patti Davis Matt Day Larry/Jody Gearhart Monte/Korie Baker Barlow Livestock Jim/JoAnne Carollo Anne M. Reynolds Jim/JoAnne Carollo Jim/Dema Paul Jim/JoAnne Carollo Laurie Ward Anne M. Reynolds Jim & Dema Paul Anne M. Reynolds Anne M. Reynolds William/Michelle Cowan Jim/Dema Paul Anne M. Reynolds Joyce Pearson Joyce Pearson Joyce Pearson Tammy Jo Hays/Walter Greeman Tammy Jo Hays/Walter Greeman Laurie Richards

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CHAMPION

Although her life was sadly cut short, the 2015 Snaffle Bit Futurity Open Champion, Starlight Kisses, earned a permanent place in NRCHA history.

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hen National Reined Cow Horse Association Million-Dollar Rider Jake Telford won the 2015 Snaffle Bit Futurity Open Championship aboard Starlight Kisses (Shady Lil Starlight x Kiss My Shiny Lips x Shining Spark), it represented a pinnacle moment in his career. “It’s been a dream for so long, and it’s finally a dream come true,” an emotional Telford said, following the win. In the Futurity Open finals, he guided Starlight Kisses to an impressive 656 composite score (216 herd/218.5 rein/221.5 cow) to win the $100,000 first-place paycheck. Starlight Kisses was bred and owned by NRCHA sponsor Holy Cow Performance Horses, with locations in Santa Ynez, California, and Weatherford, Texas. The successful reined cow horse, cutting horse and reining horse program, owned and operated by Nancy Crawford-Hall and her husband, Phil, also owns Starlight Kisses’ sire and dam, Shady Lil Starlight

“She’s family. I love her,” Jake Telford said, soon after this heartfelt moment with the 2015 Snaffle Bit Futurity Champion, Starlight Kisses, a mare he trained and showed for breeder/ owner Holy Cow Performance Horses.

(Grays Starlight x Shady Little Cat x High Brow Cat) and Kiss My Shiny Lips (Shining Spark x Lipschic x Smart Chic Olena). Years before Starlight Kisses was born, both her sire and dam were successfully shown by Telford. He guided Shady Lil Starlight to the majority of his nearly $69,000 in NRCHA money, achieving his Supreme Reined Cow Horse title in 2009. Telford also piloted Kiss My Shiny

Lips to more than $40,000 in NRCHA earnings. “It’s extremely special to ride one that you’ve rode both their parents. I can’t tell you how much it means to ride one that’s homegrown,” Telford said. After winning the coveted Futurity Championship, Starlight Kisses, nicknamed “Ferrari” in keeping with her sire’s deluxe car nickname, “Bentley,” was on track to continue a long and

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productive career as a show horse and broodmare. Sadly, tragedy struck at the end of April 2016, when the petite, stylish mare sustained a rectal tear during a breeding procedure. The complications proved fatal. Her passing was a tragic and heartbreaking loss for Crawford-Hall and the Holy Cow Performance Horses program, and for Telford, who said he felt a unique bond and friendship with the mare whose sensible mind and tremendous heart carried him to the winner’s circle. “Her mental game, and the effort she puts forth for me, is 110 percent every time I step in the pen,” Telford said following the Futurity win. In a memorial advertisement and Facebook post following the loss of her beloved horse, Nancy Crawford-Hall said, “I was so proud that Ferrari won the most prestigious event in the reined cow horse world, especially because she was homebred and raised. It doesn’t get any better than that! I am devastated and will miss her for the rest of my days.”

OPEN RESERVE CHAMPION When up-and-coming NRCHA professional Erin Taormino arrived in Reno, she had approximately $79,000 in reined cow horse earnings and had made the Futurity Open finals once, in 2014. By the time the 2015 Open finals were over, she had more than doubled those earnings, made one of the highestscoring fence works on a 3-year-old in Snaffle Bit Futurity history—a 228—and become only the second female rider in NRCHA history to claim the Futurity Open Reserve Championship. She rode Plain Wright (Hes Wright On x Isabellena x Quejanaisalena), bred and owned by Garth and Amanda Gardiner of Gardiner Quarter Horses, Ashland, Kansas, to a 655.5 (213.5 herd/214 rein/228 cow), earning $80,000. The pair also qualified for the Intermediate Open finals, where they placed 8th, earning $4,150. “It’s surreal,” a teary-eyed, jubilant Taormino said, describing her 2015 Futurity experience as “a long two weeks.

“I was worried it wasn’t enough cow, but she’s so stylish, they marked me enough that it worked out,” Telford said, describing the 221.5 fence work score that sealed the Futurity Open Championship, the first of his career.

There have been a lot of ups and downs, and one fast fence work, but it’s all been worth it, absolutely.” Taormino becomes the fourth female competitor to place third or higher in the Futurity Open. The other three are all NRCHA Hall of Fame members. In 1986, Dema Paul became the first woman to break into the Futurity Open top three, placing third on Docs Jesse, (Docs Poco Bar x Hi Kicks x Apollo King Pistol), a horse she owned with her husband, Jim Paul, Sr., who is also in the Hall of Fame. In 1993, Sandy Collier became the only woman to win the Futurity Open Championship, riding Miss Rey Dry (Dry Doc x Starlita Sequin x Rey Jay), owned by David and Paula Hunsicker. In 2001, Collier and Diamond J Star (Grays Starlight x Diamond J Playgirl x Freckles Playboy) tied for the Futurity Open Reserve Championship with NRCHA Million-Dollar Rider Bob Avila aboard Gunnalena (Playgun x Cherlena x Doc O’Lena). In 2012, the NRCHA Hall of Fame horsewoman and Million-Dollar

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///////// 2015 SNAFFLE BIT FUTURITY CHAMPIONS With just a half-point separating their scores, Futurity Champion Jake Telford and Reserve Champion Erin Taormino had plenty of warm congratulations for each other.

Rider Anne M. Reynolds placed third in the Futurity Open aboard Very Black Magic (Very Smart Remedy x Magical Lena x Little Lenas Legend).

CINCH INTERMEDIATE OPEN CHAMPION Since 2010, support from NRCHA Corporate Partner CINCH has made it possible for the Futurity Intermediate Open Champion to take home an impressive $30,000 check. Simi Valley, California, professional Nicolas Barthelemy won the CINCH Intermediate Open title by a 7.5 point margin aboard Mr Shiney Lights (CD Lights x Lil Miss Shiney Chex x Shining Spark), owned by Sheri Jamieson. Barthelemy guided the smooth-moving, athletic stallion to a 661.5 composite score (219.5 herd/217 rein/225 cow) to claim the title. The win elevated Barthelemy’s lifetime NRCHA earnings well above the $125,000 mark. “It feels great. It feels awesome,” Barthelemy said, following the win. The Intermediate Open showcased a com-

petitive field of finalists, and after the first two events, more than one rider had a shot at first place money. “In the fence work, I knew I was going to have to have a solid run, because there were some awesome riders. I knew I had the horse for it, and it was just a matter of putting it all together,” Barthlemy said. The strong 225 fence work by Mr Shiney Lights was the high score of the

Intermediate Open finals, and consistent performance is something Barthelemy has come to expect from the stallion. “He’s a horse that is really good in all three events. When you show a horse like that, you feel confident. He’s an awesome fence horse. I can’t say I trained him down the fence. I showed him what to do and he pretty much took the job and said he can do it better. The herd and rein work, he’s just good at it. That’s what you need these days to compete against riders like we have and horses like we have. You need a horse like that—and I got one,” Barthelemy said, laughing. He picked out Mr Shiney Lights for Jamieson when the stallion was a yearling, from his breeders Winston Hansma and Danny Motes, who own Mr Shiney Lights’ sire, CD Lights. Mr Shiney Lights’ dam side is well known throughout the industry — his dam, Lil Miss Shiney Chex (Shining Spark x Little Miss Smarty Chex x Smart Little Lena), was a brilliant performer and producer whose champion offspring include the 2015 NRCHA Stakes Open Champion

Mr Shiney Lights is a talented athlete, but trainer Nicolas Barthelemy says his biggest asset is his attitude. “He’s a great minded horse. He’s happy,” Barthelemy said. He guided the stallion to the CINCH Intermediate Open Championship for owner Sheri Jamieson.

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///////// 2015 SNAFFLE BIT FUTURITY CHAMPIONS Blind Sided (x Peptoboonsmal), owned by Aaron Ranch; and the 2015 NRCHA Derby Open Champion, Reys A Shine (x Dual Rey), owned by Carol Rose. “Winston took me to look at the yearlings and right away, he stood out. He allowed us to buy him. Since then, the training has been really easy. It’s been fun. He’s a great minded horse, he’s happy, he’s fun to go work every day. That makes a difference. when you have three events in one day, and they’re tired, they’ve been here for two weeks, and you have a horse that is just happy to be here and wants to do his job, I can’t be more grateful. He has all the talent, but what makes him stand out is his mind. He’s a great minded horse. That’s why I think he’s going to last. He’s not a one-trick pony. We’re going to see a lot of him in the future,” Barthelemy said. He thanked Jamieson for her unwavering support, trust, and willingness to keep him mounted on outstanding horses. “Sheri is such an awesome client, and a great person. I can never win enough for her to equal what she has done for me, but every time I am able to win for her, I am just really happy,” Barthelemy said.

LIMITED OPEN CHAMPION/INTERMEDIATE OPEN RESERVE CHAMPION The last time Sarah Dawson made the Snaffle Bit Futurity Intermediate Open and Limited Open finals, it was 2008. She was 18 years old, and known by her maiden name, Sarah Winters. That year, she showed Jaimes Rockstar (Shine With A Twist x Jaime Commander x Hesa Commander) to the Limited Open Reserve Championship and placed 6th in the Intermediate. Fast forward to 2015 when Dawson, 25, was now an established NRCHA professional working alongside her husband, top reined cow horse trainer Chris Dawson. She won the Futurity Limited

The special bond between trainer and horse shined through as Shine Smarter and Sarah Dawson won the Limited Open Championship, took Reserve in the Intermediate, and placed 5th in the Open, earning more than $67,000 in all.

Open Championship and took Reserve in the Intermediate, riding Shine Smarter (WR This Cats Smart x Shiney Tari x Shining Spark), a fancy flaxen-haired mare owned by her parents, Richard and Cheryl Winters. Dawson and “Juliette” scored a total of 654 points (217.5 herd/213.5 rein/223 cow), collecting the $12,419 Limited Open Championship paycheck and another $15,000 for Reserve in the Intermediate. “I’m so proud of that mare. It feels awesome. I’m so happy for her that she was able to get that recognition. It feels pretty great,” Dawson said. “I got her from [her breeder, Carol Rose] when she was a yearling, and sold her to my parents as a 2-year-old. I’ve had her the whole time. She’s an awesome mare. She never has a bad day, she always comes out with a proverbial smile on her face. She’s a joy to be around and I love her to death.” Juliette also carried Dawson to her first Futurity Open finals, where they earned an impressive 5th place finish, scoring a 650 (217 herd/216 rein/217 cow), worth another $40,000. “She’s a three event horse. She’s strong in all three, and one that gives you con-

fidence in all three events is special, because there’s not very many of them like that,” Dawson said. “I have to say thank you to my parents. It’s their mare — thank you for giving me the opportunity to show her, and thank you to Chris for being the best set of eyes anyone could have, and the best husband anyone could have.”

LEVEL 1 LIMITED OPEN CHAMPION The scores in the preliminary round also determined the Champion in the Level 1 Limited Open, a division for riders with no more than $15,000 in NRCHA limited age event earnings. Roosters Pistolena (Gallo Del Cielo x Mss Boomerchex x Mr Boomerjac), shown by Lee Deacon and owned by CDJ Performance Horses, scored a total 635.5 (208 herd/215 rein/212.5 cow) to win the Level 1 title and earn a spot in the Limited Open finals. An Australian native, Deacon operates Deacon Equine in Marietta, Oklahoma, with his wife, Ashley, also a professional trainer. He and the mare earned $7,425 for the championship. “First, I have to thank God. I wouldn’t be here, or able to

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The Level 1 Limited Open Champion was Roosters Pistolena, shown by Lee Deacon for CDJ Performance Horses.

accomplish any of this without what He has done for me,” Deacon said. His primary objective was a finals berth in the Limited Open, and Deacon said the Level 1 title was a happy side effect. “My goal all year has been to make the Limited finals. I didn’t even think about the Level 1, and then it just all happened, and it’s been great. It’s awesome,” he said, smiling. “This whole process is so tough mentally, and I was so nervous on her, and I got down the fence good, and had trouble with my second set of circles, because I got around the first set and just relaxed and said, ‘We’re good!’ And then it’s like ‘Oh, you better go catch that cow!’ So we had a little bobble there, but it’s been great fun.” In the Limited Open finals, Deacon and Roosters Pistolena scored a total of 633.5 points (210 herd/210.5 rien/213 cow), earning the 7th place check for $3,415.

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In 2015, Laurie Richards won the Discount Tire Futurity Non Pro Championship, the second of her career, on a horse with a strong family connection.

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he 2015 Snaffle Bit Futurity Non Pro Champion, Laurie Richards, brought a lifetime of experience and a talented mount with a proven pedigree to Reno, but said winning the title was still a considerable challenge. “It feels surreal and amazing!” Richards said. “I won the Non Pro Futurity in 2002,

and it’s taken me this long to do it again. It’s not easy.” She won the second Futurity Non Pro title of her career aboard Kiss Me A Lot (Master Getta x Kiss Me A Little x Smart Little Pepinic), scoring a composite 649 (216 herd/214.5 rein/218.5 cow), to claim the $18,308 first-place paycheck. The win elevated Richards’ lifetime NRCHA earn-

Laurie Richards won the second Futurity Non Pro Championship of her successful career aboard Kiss Me A Lot, a horse whose pedigree has decades-long ties to Richards and her parents.

ings past the $500,000 mark, and wrote another satisfying chapter in her long, continuing story with Kiss Me A Lot’s equine family. In 2006, Richards showed Kiss Me A Lot’s dam, Kiss Me A Little (Smart Little Pepinic x Kiss Me Mister x Mister Dual Pep), to the Snaffle Bit Futurity Non Pro Reserve Championship, and then went on to earn more than $100,000 with the mare. Another of Kiss Me A Lot’s relatives, her great granddam, Me O Lena (Doc O’Lena x Sens Me x Mr Sen Sen), was the 1981 Snaffle Bit Futurity Open Reserve Champion with Richards’ father, NRCHA Hall of Fame Horseman Ronnie Richards, in the saddle. Richards’ mother, Karin Richards, also showed Me O Lena successfully in the cutting horse arena. “There’s a lot of family history. It’s a whole legacy,” she said. “When you raise them, I think you put a lot more time into making sure it works, because they’re your babies.” Richards and Kiss Me A Lot, known in the barn as “Stevie,” or “Sweet Pea,” started their finals performance the right way, tying for the high score in the herd work with a 216. They followed up with a solid 214.5 rein work score to edge into the lead by a half-point, and then deci-

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///////// 2015 NRCHA SNAFFLE BIT FUTURITY NON PRO CHAMPIONS sively sealed the win with a 218.5 down the fence, the high score of the Non Pro finals. “I expected her to be spot-on in the herd work because that’s probably her strongest — I thought before tonight that was her strongest point. She just does the herd work really well. In the rein work, she was a show horse. She went in there and tried really hard, and let me guide her, and then in the fence work, she was gritty and amazing,” Richards said. The Non Pro Futurity divisions are sponsored by NRCHA Corporate Partner Discount Tire, whose support has made it possible to reward Non Pro, Intermediate Non Pro, Novice Non Pro, Amateur and Non Pro Limited Futurity competitors with $100,000 in added money across all those divisions. Richards thanked Discount Tire and all the Futurity sponsors, as well as her family and friends, particularly her boyfriend, Randy Paul, and her fellow champion cow horse competitor, Anne Reynolds, for their support.

NON PRO RESERVE CHAMPION, INTERMEDIATE NON PRO CHAMPION AND NOVICE NON PRO CHAMPION Terry Stuart Forst, Waurika, Oklahoma, has a generations-deep history with Seven S Indian Maid, the mare who carried her to the 2015 Futurity Non Pro Reserve Championship, the Intermediate Non Pro Championship and the Novice Non Pro Championship—a total $23,871 payday. Forst’s 7S Stuart Ranch, the oldest ranch in the state of Oklahoma under continuous family ownership, is a historic cattle and Quarter Horse operation. Forst became its manager in 1992, taking over from her father, and has guided the ranch to increasing notoriety, earning accolades including the American Quarter Horse Association’s prestigious “Best of the Remuda” award in 1995. Forst became a

National Cowgirl Hall of Fame inductee in 2007. She arrived in Reno with just over $33,000 in career NRCHA earnings, and was thrilled by the success aboard a home-raised horse that her son, NRCHA professional Robert Forst, prepared for her. “I’m so proud of my son, because he trained my horse. I think the thing I’m most proud of is that this is part of our program. We’ve been breeding horses for 70 years. We’ve owned five or six generations of this mare’s family. That’s a really good feeling. It makes you feel like you’re doing something right, for once!” Forst said, laughing. Her Non Pro finals appearance began with a strong 214 in the herd work. Some anxious moments followed her rein work when the judges announced they would review her 211 score. The last event, the fence work, Forst’s favorite, sealed her dual championships and sweet triple payday thanks to a score of 216 points good for a composite of 641 points. “I thought we were good out of the herd. I got three cows cut pretty clean. The reining is where I struggle and that’s

one of my goals next year, to get past some of my demons there,” Forst said. “They reviewed the rein work score. She backed up after one stop. I guess I was a little nervous because I wasn’t exactly sure where my score was going to land. I was glad to keep that 211. I love going down the fence, and I have a really nice horse,” she added with a grin. Seven S Indian Maid (Hickorys Indian Pep x Seven S Fiesta x Playgun) is a result of the 7S Stuart Ranch breeding program which seeks to produce a correct, talented, versatile, multipurpose athlete. “We believe our show horses can be dual purpose. We strive to have a horse that is capable of withstanding whatever you choose to do with them. One thing we’ve tried to keep is our speed, agility and conformation, and just have a good horse that you can go use, or show, or enjoy,” Forst said.

AMATEUR CHAMPION It was an emotional win for Ravensdale, Washington, competitor Lyle Proctor, who guided his mare, SJR All Time Cash (One Time Pepto x Shesa Lota Cash x Nu Cash) to the 2015 Futurity

Terry Stuart Forst represented her 7S Stuart Ranch by riding a sixth-generation product of her breeding program, Seven S Indian Maid, to the Futurity Non Pro Reserve Championship and dual titles in the Intermediate and Novice Non Pro.

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Lyle Proctor was the Futurity Amateur Champion riding SJR All Time Cash (One Time Pepto x Shesa Lota Cash x Nu Cash), qualified for the Non Pro, Intermediate Non Pro and Novice Non Pro finals, and also won the Non Pro Yearling Sale Incentive.

Amateur Championship, scoring a 636 (211 herd/216 rein/209 cow). “In the herd work, we cut three very good cows. She was calm, we were able to get them cut clean, and just tried to get through it without any penalties and have a clean run,” said Proctor. “In the rein work, we had a little problem stopping her early in the morning. We ran her a little harder and man, she just got down and drug it good every time. She ran her circles real nice. She was very good in the rein work for me. Down the fence, I was extremely nervous because I knew I was leading at that point, and I didn’t want to mess it up. I just needed a clean run. We were a little long on the first turn but we came out of it clean, finished up nice and were able to win it. I’m extremely happy.” The Amateur Championship is determined by the scores in the Non Pro preliminary round, and not only did Proctor and SJR All Time Cash claim the Amateur title, they also advanced to the finals in the Non Pro, Intermediate Non Pro and Novice Non Pro divisions. Proctor and SJR All Time Cash gathered up checks nearly everywhere they went. The Amateur Championship paid $5,460,

LaDona Emmons saw something in Stylish Ike that made her want to buy him as a yearling. The gelding lived up to his potential by winning the Futurity Non Pro Limited Championship for Emmons.

and their go-round money in the preliminaries added another $2,150 to that total. In the Non Pro finals, Proctor collected another $7,438 for placing 9th in the Non Pro, 7th in the Intermediate and 4th in the Novice. And finally, he and SJR All Time Cash won the Snaffle Bit Futurity Non Pro Yearling Sale Incentive, adding $928 to their avalanche of winnings. It was Proctor’s second time to show a futurity horse in Reno. “I had a colt here last year, my first time showing here, and he wasn’t the best but he was good for me to learn on. I decided last minute, around February, to try the Futurity again. Jim Spence [Proctor’s trainer, based in Yamhill, Oregon] and I went looking for a horse,” he said. They rode a half-dozen or more, and found SJR All Time Cash in NRCHA Million-Dollar Rider Jake Telford’s program. “She fit me the best out of all the horses I rode. She is very calm and easygoing. she doesn’t get rattled about anything. She’s very forgiving and easy to train on. She can dummy down to my level and go back up to the open level when my trainer gets on her. She’s a very, very nice horse.”

NON PRO LIMITED CHAMPION LaDona Emmons, Ione, California, won the 2015 Futurity Non Pro Limited division aboard her gelding, Stylish Ike (Playin Stylish x Miss Catty Cash x Nu Cash), scoring a 639 (214.5 herd/208.5 rein/216 cow). “I’m just so excited! My horse was really good, and I’m thankful I could be here, and blessed. The herd work was really good. I actually have never shown him before. He’s never been shown before, so I didn’t really know what I was doing, honestly, but it all worked out. My herd help was great. I have to thank Todd Crawford and Corey Cushing for slowing me down—and Doug Williamson and my husband, Ron Emmons, for just being there and doing a great job,” she said. She purchased Stylish Ike when he was a yearling from his breeder, Linda Silveira. “I saw him, and I liked him, so I called my husband and said I wanted to buy him,” Emmons said. She looks forward to continuing Stylish Ike’s career in the show pen, and hinted that their future might include competing in the Derby Non Pro fence work divisions in the years ahead.

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IN MEMORY OF A CHAMPION PRIMO MORALES

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he reined cow horse industry suffered the loss of an exceptional equine athlete when Holy Cow Performance Horses announced April 30, 2016, that its 2015 Snaffle Bit Futurity Champion, Starlight Kisses, had passed away following a breedingrelated injury. Starlight Kisses (Shady Lil Starlight x Kiss My Shiny Lips x Shining Spark), a 2012 mare, was bred and owned by Nancy Crawford-Hall’s Holy Cow Performance Horses. The fancy sorrel, heavily decorated with roan markings like her sire, was trained and shown by NRCHA Million Dollar Rider Jake Telford, Caldwell, Idaho. The untimely loss of the talented performer, nicknamed “Ferrari,” hit hard, as expressed in Holy Cow Performance Horses’ announcement on its Facebook page: “It is with the heaviest of hearts that we announce that our very special “Ferrari,” Starlight Kisses, is grazing the sweet, green pastures of Heaven. It has been, and will be, an extremely difficult time for us letting go. Our memory of her greatness will never be forgotten. May you always remember her beauty and talent as well,” it read. Those who saw Starlight Kisses’ winning performance at the 2015 Snaffle Bit Futurity will surely remember her grit and style as she worked her way to the NRCHA’s most coveted limited-age

The untimely passing of the 2015 Snaffle Bit Futurity Champion, Starlight Kisses, was sad and shocking news for the entire reined cow horse industry. She was bred and owned by Holy Cow Performance Horses and shown by NRCHA Million Dollar Rider Jake Telford.

event championship, the first for Telford and for Holy Cow Performance Horses. She scored a 656 composite for the win (216 herd/218.5 rein/221.5 cow). “She’s family. I love her,” Telford said, referring to his feelings for Starlight Kisses during an emotional interview immediately following the Snaffle Bit Futurity win in Reno last October. Telford had shown Starlight Kisses’ sire, Shady Lil Starlight (Grays Starlight x Shady Little Cat x High Brow Cat) and her dam, Kiss My Shiny Lips (Shining Spark x Lipschic x Smart Chic Olena), both owned by Holy Cow. Starlight Kisses possessed the winning traits of

both her champion parents, according to Telford. “It’s extremely special to ride one that you’ve rode both their parents. I can’t tell you how much it means to ride one that’s homegrown,” he said. Starlight Kisses, even though her show career was cut terribly short, is the number-one offspring by Shady Lil Starlight and the top money-earner out of Kiss My Shiny Lips. With her Snaffle Bit Futurity Championship and her top10 finish at the 2015 National Stock Horse Association Futurity, “Ferrari” brought home $103,347 in reined cow horse paychecks.

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///////// 2015 SNAFFLE BIT FUTURITY OPEN FINALISTS

OPEN SNAFFLE BIT FUTURITY FINALS 236 ENTRIES/$236,160 ADDED Judges: Al Dunning, Andy Adams, Jamie Beamer, Sandy Collier, Sam Rose

PLACE 1 2 3 3 5 6 6 8 9 10 10 12 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

HORSE STARLIGHT KISSES (Shady Lil Starlight x Kiss My Shiny Lips) PLAIN WRIGHT (Hes Wright On X Isabellena) PEPE LE WRIGHT (Hes Wright On X Soula Jule Forever) CATS PICASSO (Metallic Cat X Playboys Vixen) SHINE SMARTER (WR This Cats Smart X Shiney Tari) SHINEN METALLIC CAT (Metallic Cat X Winenshineme) STOPACAT (Dual Rey X RW Sallycat) CASHED MY CD (CD Lights X Shiney Sushi) REMEDY TO SHINE (Very Smart Remedy X Shirley Shine) MR HOO RAY (Play Dual Rey X What Chics Wanna Doo) NEE ON LIGHTS (CD Lights X Shine Smartly) CD HIGHLIGHTS (High Brow CD X Go Little Starlight) DUAL REY MI (Olena Oak X Jasons Rey Of Light) DARE TO SIOUX (A Shiner Named Sioux X Tari Darlin) SMARTLY STARSTRUCK (Very Smart Remedy X Katie Starlight) SJR METALLIC STAR (Metallic Cat X Starlights Rhonda) FEATHER IN YOUR CAP (Cats Red Feather X Missis Trona) DUALIN MARTINA (Mister Dual Pep X ARC Martina) MONTOYA CIRCLETTE (Nu Circle N Cash X Pastels Pretty Peppy) SJR STARDOM (Dual Rey X Amanda Starlena) OUTTA TUNE (Boonie Tunes X Dual Serenity) SHINEY OUTLAW (Shiners Nickle X Mereyda) LIL BAY HAWK (Catty Hawk X Little Gray Freckles) SHINEY SPARKLETTE (Shining Spark X Docs Sulena) SJR DIAMOND REY (Dual Rey X Shiners Diamond Girl)

OWNER Holy Cow Perf. Horses LLC

RIDER Jake A. Telford

HERD 216.0

REIN 218.5

COW 221.5

TOTAL 656.0

MONEY $100,000.00

Garth & Amanda Gardiner

Erin L. Taormino

213.5

214.0

228.0

655.5

$80,000.00

Jim & Linda Schrack

Phillip J. Ralls

216.5

215.0

220.0

651.5

$55,000.00

Robbie C. McKay

John C. Swales

215.0

217.5

219.0

651.5

$55,000.00

Richard/Cheryl Winters

Sarah L. Dawson

217.0

216.0

217.0

650.0

$40,000.00

Russ Mothershead

Todd Crawford

222.0

220.0

206.0

648.0

$27,500.00

McSpyder Ranch

Todd A. Bergen

225.5

218.0

204.5

648.0

$27,500.00

Aaron Ranch

Jay McLaughlin

211.0

216.5

216.5

644.0

$22,000.00

Anne M. Reynolds

Anne M. Reynolds

209.0

222.0

212.5

643.5

$20,000.00

Mike/Diana McCabe

Todd Crawford

214.5

219.0

208.0

641.5

$17,250.00

Tammy Jo Hays/Walter Greeman

Chris C. Dawson

211.0

214.5

216.0

641.5

$17,250.00

Linda S. Katz

Randy J. Paul

217.0

217.5

203.0

637.5

$14,375.00

Mel Smith/Nichole Scott

Ron E. Emmons

206.0

216.0

215.5

637.5

$14,375.00

Hope A. Miller

Trent S. Pedersen

207.0

212.0

216.5

635.5

$12,500.00

CTC Equine Assets, LLC

Todd A. Bergen

218.0

218.0

197.0

633.0

$11,500.00

Billie Jo Ralls Trust

Phillip J. Ralls

225.0

205.0

198.5

628.5

$10,500.00

Keri Hudson-Reykdal

John C. Swales

209.5

210.0

207.0

626.5

$9,500.00

Sergio Elia

Ron Ralls

204.0

205.5

216.0

625.5

$8,500.00

T4 Cattle Co

Ted Robinson

210.0

214.0

190.0

614.0

$7,750.00

Quail Run Ranch

Trent S. Pedersen

213.0

216.5

0.0

429.5

$7,000.00

Danny K. Poole

Boyd J. Rice

213.0

214.5

0.0

427.5

$6,250.00

Michelle R. Cannon

Zane P. Davis

218.5

205.0

0.0

423.5

$5,750.00

Stephen A. Silva

Justin T. Wright

217.0

197.0

0.0

414.0

$5,250.00

Carol Rose/Dickson Varner

Chris C. Dawson

196.0

0.0

0.0

196.0

$4,950.00

San Juan Ranch

Corey D. Cushing

193.0

0.0

0.0

193.0

$4,664.00

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///////// 2015 SNAFFLE BIT FUTURITY NON PRO FINALISTS

NON PRO SNAFFLE BIT FUTURITY FINALS 49 ENTRIES/$65,000 ADDED PLACE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 12 14 15

HORSE OWNER KISS ME A LOT Laurie Richards (Master Getta x Kiss Me A Little) SEVEN S INDIAN MAID Terry Stuart Forst (Hickorys Indian Pep x Seven S Fiesta) YOU MAY BE WRIGHT Garth & Amanda Gardiner (Hes Wright On x Sue C Shiner) SHADYROOLS Kathy Ferguson (Shady Lil Starlight x Sheza Roo) DMAC CAPTN KANGAROO Tyler G. Burkey (Hes A Peptospoonful x Stylish Samantha) SIOUX ME PLEASE Parke S. Greeson (A Shiner Named Sioux x ARC Cat Her Please) LIL BAY HAWK Stephen A. Silva (Catty Hawk x Little Gray Freckles) ONE OAKIE CHICK Tom & Carmen Buckingham (Fancy One Time x Velvet To The Touch) SJR ALL TIME CASH Lyle G. Proctor (One Time Pepto x Shesa Lota Cash) FEATHER IN YOUR CAP Keri Hudson-Reykdal (Cats Red Feather x Missis Trona) FURRY TRACTOR Stuart Bozeman (One Time Pepto x June Bug Dually) STYLISH BONDGIRL Nelle Murphy (Stylish Rey Gay x Shortys Geisha Girl) JUAN CAT TWO Shannon McCarty (Juan Bad Cat x Star Lil Slip) HANDSOME LITTLE CAT Atalie Lyn Daniel (Smooth As A Cat x Pretty Little Linda) CD DELIGHTFUL John & Nikki Jump (CD Lights x Gypsy Starshine)

RIDER Laurie Richards

HERD 216.0

REIN 214.5

COW 218.5

TOTAL 649.0

MONEY $18,308.80

Terry S. Forst

214.0

211.0

216.0

641.0

$13,731.60

Amanda Gardiner

206.0

216.5

217.0

639.5

$11,443.00

Dave A. Ferguson

216.0

214.0

209.0

639.0

$9,154.40

Tyler G. Burkey

208.0

214.0

214.5

636.5

$7,323.52

Parke S. Greeson

212.5

204.5

215.5

632.5

$5,492.64

Stephen A. Silva

214.5

200.5

215.5

630.5

$4,577.20

Carmen Buckingham

214.5

203.5

208.0

626.0

$4,119.48

Lyle G. Proctor

213.0

202.0

206.0

621.0

$3,661.76

Keri Hudson-Reykdal

210.0

210.0

200.0

620.0

$3,204.04

Stuart Bozeman

211.0

203.0

204.0

618.0

$2,746.32

CJ Murphy

211.0

206.0

198.0

615.0

$2,059.74

Shannon McCarty

204.0

214.0

197.0

615.0

$2,059.74

Cynthia Bias

214.0

200.0

195.0

609.0

$1,830.88

Stacey Purzycki

205.0

205.0

196.0

606.0

$1,830.88

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///////// AQHA RANCHING HERITAGE CHALLENGE

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By Stephanie Duquette

IN RENO

The Zoetis AQHA Ranching Heritage Challenge showcases ranch-bred horses during the NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity.

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he National Reined Cow Horse Association is teaming up with its alliance partner, the American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA), to produce the third Zoetis Ranching Heritage Challenge at the 2016 Snaffle Bit Futurity in Reno, Nevada. The event, which offers a Working Ranch Horse, Boxing and Ranch Horse Pleasure class, will be held Saturday, September 24, at 9:00 a.m. in the Reno Livestock Events Center outdoor rodeo arena. The Ranching Heritage Challenge classes offer an impressive $15,000 added, with multiple Open and Non Pro divisions. Sponsorship support from Zoetis, Professional’s Choice, Built Ford Tough, and the AQHA’s new “Ranch Horse Journal,” make the Ranching Heritage Challenge event in Reno possible. “The purpose of the Ranching Heritage program is to recognize where a lot of these American Quarter Horses are coming from, and the great ranches that have produced them through the years. The

The multitasking Metallic Masterpiece, shown by Kyle Trahern, pictured here at the 2015 NRCHA Hackamore Classic, was the 2015 Zoetis AQHA Ranching Heritage Challenge 4-year-old champion.

NRCHA puts on a great event, and we are happy to be a part of it,” said Charlie Hemphill, the American Quarter Horse Association’s Director of Shows and New Events. To be eligible for the Ranching Heritage Challenge, a horse must have been foaled at an AQHA Ranching Heritage Breeder’s ranch and nominated by that ranch. The AQHA Ranching Heritage Challenge highlights the versatility, soundness and willing attitude of

American Quarter Horses that are ranch born and raised. The Ranching Heritage Challenge is linked to the AQHA Ranching Heritage Breeders program, established to recognize AQHA’s ranching members who have steadfastly continued to maintain the ranching tradition by raising American Quarter Horses for use in working cattle. National Reined Cow Horse Association Breeders—you may be eli-

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gible for the AQHA Ranching Heritage Breeders program. To learn more, visit www.AQHA.com or call the AQHA at (806) 376-4811.

THE 2015 RANCHING HERITAGE CHALLENGE In the open 4-year-old working ranch horse class, Metallic Masterpiece (Metallic Cat x Kings Masterpiece x Peppy San Badger), a 2011 sorrel stallion shown by Kyle Trahern, took top honors and $1,625 in first-place money for breeder Wagonhound Land and Livestock and for owner Silver Spur Operating Co. “The cow was good, the horse was good. Everything set up,” Trahern said. “He’s easy to show down the fence, and he was good in the reining. He makes it pretty simple.” In Zoetis AQHA Ranching Heritage Challenges, riders work a short reining pattern before boxing a cow at the short end of the arena, turning it both ways down a long fence and then roping it. Trahern wasn’t worried about the roping part, because he spent the summer doctoring yearlings on the stallion.

“I’ve roped on him a bunch,” Trahern said. “It’s nothing to go rope on him. An hour later I roped on him in the stray gathering (competition).” The 5/6-year-old working ranch horse winner was Seven S Crazy Horse (Hickorys Indian Pep x Seven S Babe x Seven S Zanaday), a 2009 gelding bred and owned by Terry Stuart Forst of Waurika, Oklahoma. In previous years, Forst has ridden “Batman” in non-pro Ranching Heritage Challenges, but in 2015, she asked her son Robert to show the gelding in the open. “It went pretty good. He’s a good horse,” Robert said after the win. “That’s one of the first times I’ve shown him in the bridle. He was second in the open two rein at the (Snaffle Bit) Futurity, and he’s a good, easy horse to show. I’ve been roping on him quite a bit at the house, so I knew he had that part handled.” Seven S Crazy Horse added $1,860 to his earnings with the win in his last year of eligibility for open Ranching Heritage Challenge classes. His regular rider, Terry, can still show Batman in amateur classes.

///// OTHER 2015 WINNERS LIMITED OPEN 4-YEAR-OLD WORKING RANCH HORSE

Blues N Badger (Zero Badger Boy x Crows Blue Star x Black Chick Gold), a 2011 buckskin mare bred by John Anderson of Gail, Texas, owned by Wes and Sarah Williams of Rhome, Texas, and shown by Jordan Williams of Rhome.

AMATEUR WORKING RANCH HORSE

Rhoda Rein of Watkins, Colorado, showing Lil Remedy Pep (Very Smart Remedy x Kaimana Wana Wiggle x Diggers Rest), a 2007 sorrel gelding bred by Darren Miller of Watkins and owned by Rein.

AMATEUR RANCH RIDING

The 2011 brown mare Do It Classy (Cat Man Do x High Class Senorita x Mr Solano Smoke), bred by the WT Waggoner Estate, Vernon, Texas, was ridden by Brooke Wharton to the top of the Amateur Ranch Riding division.

LEVEL 1 AMATEUR WORKING RANCH HORSE

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Jessica Wright of Oakdale, California, showing Lottatimecash Shiner (Lotta Stuff To Shine x Cat K Emily x Cat O Lena 380), a 2011 palomino gelding bred by Lazy K Ranch of Chowchilla, California, and owned by Wright.

AMATEUR AND LEVEL 1 AMATEUR BOXING

Jecca Ostrander of Gordon, Nebraska, showing Boxo Heavens Blue (SNW Heavens King x Snippy Blue Card x Masies Blue), a 2008 red roan gelding bred and owned by Ostrander.

OPEN RANCH RIDING

My Boots Are Tuff (Woody Be Tuff x Smoke My Boots x Doc O Boots), a 2009 sorrel mare bred and owned by the W.T. Waggoner Estate Ranch of Vernon, Texas, and shown by Ben Baldus. Seven S Crazy Horse and Robert Forst, pictured during their Reserve Championship Open Two Rein run at the 2015 NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity, also earned top honors in the 2015 AQHA Ranching Heritage Challenge 5/6-year-old working ranch horse class. WWW.NRCHA.COM/SNAFFLE-BIT-FUTURITY

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///////// BEYOND THE SNAFFLE BIT FUTURITY

THE EVOLUTION OF A REINED COW HORSE The training of a reined cow horse is a methodical and meticulous process, taking years to reach the end result so prized by the vaqueros – the finished bridle horse. PRIMO MORALES

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eined cow horses are first eligible to compete in snaffle bit futurities as 3-year-olds. For many successful show horses, this is only the beginning. Beyond the futurities, three more show divisions await. The training process is a progression, with each stage building upon the one before it. The various phases of training beyond the snaffle bit are showcased here Over A Barrell (Nic It In The Bud x Katie Gun x John Gun), shown in Reno with competitive divisions by Darrel Norcutt and owned by Joyce Diegel, was the 2015 NRCHA for cow horses aged 4 and up. Snaffle Bit Futurity Open Hackamore Champion.

Intermediate Open, Limited Open, and Level 1 Limited Open riders. Non-professional riders may compete in the Non Pro, Intermediate Non Pro and Novice Non Pro, or Amateur classes. Eligibility is based on rider earnings. There is also a Non Pro Limited class (herd/rein/ boxing) for Non Pro riders who do not go down the fence.

THE TWO REIN

STEPHANIE DUQUETTE

When reined cow horses turn 6, they are no longer eligible to THE HACKAMORE YEARS be shown two-handed. At this When young cow horses are age, they begin the transition to 4- and 5-year-olds, they become bridle horse status via the two eligible for the hackamore class at rein, when a bridle is added to the the NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity. hackamore. Two rein horses are In 2016, for the first time, anothshown one-handed in a bit with er NRCHA Premier Event, the shanks, a non-jointed mouthpiece, Hackamore Classic, is being held a port, and a roller, or “cricket.” in conjunction with the Snaffle Bit Under the bridle, horses wear a Futurity. This provides hackamore second headstall with a pencil-thin horses two opportunities to combosalito, a narrower version of the pete in Reno: in the three-event The 2015 NRCHA Futurity Open Two Rein Champion was Royal Smart hackamore bosal with a skinny herd/rein/cow work derby that Fletch (Royal Fletch x Little Smart Ginger x Smart Little Lena), shown mecate rein. The rider holds two makes up the Hackamore Classic; by NRCHA Million Dollar Rider Boyd Rice for breeder/owners Charlie sets of reins: the closed rawhide and the horse show class where and Kit Moncrief. romal which is attached to the entries perform a rein work pattern bridle bit, and the thin mecate rein and work a cow down the fence imme- called a mecate. The customary mecate which connects to the bosalito. Riders material is horse hair, but mohair or may guide the horse with both sets of diately after. The hackamore is the traditional bit- synthetics are also common and legal in reins and are permitted to use one or less headgear. It consists of a bosal, the show pen. more fingers between the reins to direct In the NRCHA Hackamore Classic the horse. a braided noseband usually made of rawhide or leather, and a closed rein derby, there are classes for Open,

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Horses may show only one season in the two rein division. During this year, they may also enter the bridle classes. In the two rein classes, riders first perform a rein work pattern and then work a cow down the fence. You’ll be able to watch the Open and Non Pro two rein horses in action here in Reno.

Spectacular. Like the futurities and derbies, Bridle Spectacular horses compete in herd work, rein work and fence work – often for very rich purses. Another avenue for bridle horses is the four-event, or all-around competition, where steer-stopping is added to the herd/rein/fence lineup. The signature event of THE BRIDLE this kind is the NRCHA World’s A finished bridle horse is conGreatest Horseman, part of the Lyn Anderson piloted Tuckers Smart Cat (WR This Cats Smart x Smoke sidered the most elite competitor annual NRCHA Celebration of Time Tuck x Doc Tom Tucker), owned by David and Barbara Archer, to in the reined cow horse world. If the 2015 Snaffle Bit Futurity Open Bridle Championship. Champions, held next February in they started their show career as Fort Worth, Texas. 3-year-olds, and progressed conLimited Open, Non Pro, Intermediate Bridle horses are shown in a tinuously through the stages of training Non Pro and Novice Non Pro Bridle shanked, ported bit with a cricket, in and competition, these bridle horses class, depending on the rider’s eligibil- the traditional closed romal reins with are now highly experienced 7-year-olds ity. They will be judged on rein work the popper attached. The rider’s hand must be closed on the reins with no and older, ready to perform at the high- and fence work only. est level. At the Snaffle Bit Futurity, An increasingly popular divi- fingers between at any time. bridle horses will compete in the Open, sion at NRCHA events is the Bridle

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///////// NRCHA HALL OF FAME

PLACE IN

HISTORY

The National Reined Cow Horse Association Hall of Fame welcomes three new inductees in 2016.

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PRIMO MORALES

he annual Hall of Fame Banquet, a perennial highlight at the National Reined Cow Horse Association Snaffle Bit Futurity, is a gala event and induction ceremony honoring the outstanding humans and equines who have earned a place in the NRCHA Hall of Fame. In 2016, three new individuals add their names to the ranks of exceptional contributors to the sport of reined cow horse.

2016 HALL OF FAME LYN ANDERSON Lyn Anderson’s upbringing in suburban Los Angeles and San Diego had nothing to do with horses, cattle, dusty arenas or wide-open spaces, but somehow, those things have been in her blood since birth. “I’m the mutant of the family. Horses were certainly not in my background, so it’s a little odd that I’m doing what I’m doing. I was supposed to be a surfer, but didn’t make it,” the Madera, California, horsewoman said, smiling. Anderson’s father managed a U.S. Social Security office and her mom mostly stayed home to raise Lyn and her brother. The entire family was surprised when Lyn began asking for a horse at age 2, and kept asking until her parents gave in, more than a decade later. By age 13, Anderson had a horse of her own.

2016 NRCHA Hall of Fame inductee Lyn Anderson, Madera, California, after one of her “bucket list” titles, winning the 2015 Snaffle Bit Futurity Open Bridle Championship aboard David and Barbara Archer’s gelding, Tuckers Smart Cat (WR This Cats Smart x Smoke Time Tuck x Doc Tom Tucker). With $154,000+ in NRCHA money, Tuckers Smart Cat is the leading earner out of the late Hall of Fame mare Smoke Time Tuck, who had a significant impact on Anderson’s career.

“That horse was boarded in a big pasture, and down the road was a nice training facility. I realized people would pay you to ride horses. I thought, ‘You’ve got

to be kidding!’ I thought that was really cool. Then I saw an article on Cal Poly, and how they had a horse program in their Animal Science department, so I thought, ‘I’m going to Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.’” Displaying the determination, confidence and optimism that would see her through many successful decades as a NRCHA Professional, Anderson followed through on her college plan. She soaked up everything the Cal Poly equine program had to offer, including the part of the curriculum in which students prepared Cal Poly-bred horses for the NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity Sale. “I had one of those sale horses, and went to the Snaffle Bit Futurity for the first time in probably 1976,” she said. Anderson’s first sale horse was purchased by another legendary NRCHA Hall of Fame horseman, Jim Paul, Sr. “The first time I saw [the Snaffle Bit Futurity], I knew that’s what I wanted to do, even though I had never worked a cow and never shown a horse,” she said. Upon graduating from Cal Poly, Anderson’s name was on two sets of papers: her diploma, and the registration certificate for the Cal Poly-bred yearling Cheeta Vanbar (Dee Gee Vanbar x Doc’s Cheeta x Doc Bar), a sorrel stud colt foaled in 1977.

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“I bought him specifically to train for the Snaffle Bit Futurity, so I did that in 1980, with more or less no help,” Anderson said. “Literally, that was my first cow horse show—the 1980 Snaffle Bit Futurity.” Her self-made horse didn’t make the finals, but his natural cow sense helped Anderson win a little go-round money in the Ladies division herd and fence work, and got her permanently hooked on the sport. The next big milestone for Anderson came in 1984, when she showed her first customer horse, Yeller Chex (Bueno Chex x Sender Q Mark x Honest Lee), at the Snaffle Bit Futurity. “My whole career started because of a bet. [Yeller Chex’s owner] had bet another local horse owner that his horse in training with me could beat the other guy’s horse in training with another local trainer. That’s how I got that horse, I swear. I did not know that until like a year later,” she recalled. “The real funny part was, we ended up tying at the Futurity. We had exactly the same scores, so there was no payout of the big bet.” In the years that followed, Anderson continued to develop her horsemanship and her training business, married Ken, PRIMO MORALES

“The fence work is something I absolutely love to do. That hasn’t changed. It just thrills me. The reining doesn’t thrill me, the herd work doesn’t thrill me, but down the fence— I just love it,” Anderson said about her signature event, the fence work. She is pictured here scoring a 228 on Tuckers Smart Cat.

her husband of 34 years, and began what would grow into 20 years of service on the NRCHA Board of Directors, including multiple terms as President. She became a significant force in the show pen, and with her current lifetime earnings just over the $830,000 mark, is among the next in line to achieve NRCHA Million-Dollar Rider status. A hallmark of Anderson’s program is lasting relationships with her clients and with her horses. Anderson has developed numerous Supreme Reined Cow Horses, the NRCHA’s highest merit award for equines with substantial earnings in all phases of competition. “The futurity horses are not the only goal we have. They might make futurity horses, they might not, but if they can go on and be hackamore, two rein and bridle horses, that’s what I’m all about, and it’s what my customers are all about, too. I want to see long-term horses, and I’m lucky enough to have owners who appreciate that, too. I really like the longevity thing and I like making one a Supreme Reined Cow Horse. That’s kind of my niche,” she said. In the late 1990s, Anderson connected with a family of horses that would make

an indelible mark on her career. When her customer, Kathryn Schaefer, brought her a 1997 gelding, Smart Time Tuck (Senors Lil Brudder x Smoke Time Tuck x Doc Tom Tucker), to train, it was the beginning of a tremendously successful pairing between Anderson and Smoke Time Tuck offspring. The mare, who was inducted into the NRCHA Hall of Fame in 2015, produced NRCHA money-earners of $519,273, most of which has been earned under Anderson’s guidance. “There is absolutely no doubt that her babies have been a huge help to my business, and they just fit me so well. I’m riding the grandsons and -daughters now, and they’re fitting me. I owe that mare a lot. I loved that mare and I love Skip Brown [NRCHA Hall of Fame horseman and Smoke Time Tuck’s owner/ breeder] for selling us the first one,” Anderson said, adding that her owners have made the greatest contributions to her successful equine partnerships. “It’s the owners who have got to have faith in you, and bring you horses. I’ve been so lucky in having the owners I’ve had. It’s been wonderful. I’ve had some really good owners who have developed into good friends. We trust each other, and it’s been a great thing. I want to thank every owner I’ve ever had.” The cheerful, down-to-earth horsewoman maintains a smaller training operation than some of her industry-leading peers. With very few exceptions, she starts all her colts herself. She maintains a group of like-minded non pro riders who are enthusiastic about their horsemanship, and tirelessly strives to improve herself and keep pace in an evolving industry. “It’s been a fascinating journey, to watch the progression of where we started to where we are now. The horses, the training, the riders, the judging - everything just gets better. It’s been astounding, and it’s a fun event, because you do have to WWW.NRCHA.COM/SNAFFLE-BIT-FUTURITY

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///////// NRCHA HALL OF FAME keep re-inventing yourself and improving,” she said. Anderson said she is honored to become part of the Hall of Fame, joining people and horses she has worked with and learned from over the years. She named some fellow inductees who have shared knowledge and helped influence her career, including Sandy Collier, Greg Ward, Johnny Brazil, Jr., Doug Williamson, Skip Brown, and the mare Smoke Time Tuck. “It’s what you work your entire life to do; to be recognized in the Hall of Fame as somebody who loves the reined cow horse, like everybody else in this association. It’s pretty cool!” she said.

“It is very special to me that my Dad and I will be the first father and son in the Hall of Fame,” Roeser said, adding that he looks forward to his younger brother, Jon, a NRCHA Million-Dollar Rider, Snaffle Bit Futurity Champion, and World’s Greatest Horseman, becoming a Hall of Fame candidate soon. The Roesers are one of the NRCHA’s most prestigious legacy families, representing at least five generations of horsemen and cattlemen with deep roots in rodeo, ranching, horse showing, and the Western lifestyle. Two of Jim Roeser’s four boys—Dan, the eldest, and Jon, the third brother—followed closest in their father’s footsteps, becoming professional reined cow horse trainers. Jon recently moved his business back to Idaho after training in California for decades. Dan never left the Gem State, developing his horsemanship under Jim’s tutelage and operating his training facility, Roeser Ranch, a stone’s throw from the original Roeser home place in Marsing. “My Dad is the only trainer I ever worked for, and obviously he was a huge influence on me,” Roeser said. Jim Roeser’s unique career—first as a champion rodeo roughstock rider, and then a horse trainer—earned him the distinction of being the only competitor to qualify for both the National Finals Rodeo and the Snaffle Bit Futurity Finals. Jim’s innate ability to train a responsive,

2016 HALL OF FAME DAN ROESER As Marsing, Idaho, professional Dan Roeser enters the NRCHA Hall of Fame, he not only earns a permanent place in the association’s history; he also becomes part of the first father-and-son duo to be inducted, joining his late father, Jim Roeser, who passed away in 1997 and received Hall of Fame status in 2006. COURTESY DAN ROESER SCOOTEMNSHOOTEM

2016 NRCHA Hall of Fame inductee Dan Roeser, Marsing, Idaho.

confident reined cow horse made an impression on Dan at an early age, and he has drawn upon that foundation his entire career. “My Dad taught me a lot about training a horse and understanding a horse. He was such a natural horseman, with so much feel. His horses were incredibly soft, everywhere. You could pick up on one of his horses and move its body around, and there was no brace in it at all,” he said. Besides excellence in horsemanship, Jim Roeser instilled core values of loyalty, integrity, patience, sportsmanship, and leadership into his boys. Those principles have served Dan well in a career that has led to NRCHA earnings of nearly $700,000, and business relationships that have lasted, in many cases, close to a quarter-century. “I learned a lot about dealing with people from my Dad. He was a really fair guy. His customers were very loyal to him, and I’ve been fortunate enough to have the same thing. I have a lot of customers who’ve been with me for 20 to 25 years. I don’t know if that happens to a lot of horse trainers, but it’s happened to me,” he said. “It’s rewarding to have customers who are happy enough with the relationship and the results with their horses, to stay satisfied and stay with my program that long.” Longevity is a hallmark of Roeser’s relationship with people and with horses. The veteran professional prides himself on developing horses whose show careers last many years, and along the way, earn the prestigious NRCHA Supreme Reined Cow Horse Award. The Dan Roeser and one of his favorite horses, Roosters Rozalena (Gallo Del Cielo x Rosezana Lena x Doc O’Lena), owned by Rush Creek Ranch. Together, Roeser and the 2007 mare earned nearly $48,000, which included the 2012 NRCHA Stallion Stakes Intermediate Open Championship and her Supreme Reined Cow Horse merit award.

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///////// NRCHA HALL OF FAME Supreme designation is reserved for horses that achieve substantial earnings in all phases of NRCHA competition—limited age events, hackamore, and bridle. “A high percentage of the horses I ride become non pro horses for their owners to ride, and are still going when they’re 10 and 12 years old, and older. A lot of my horses won the majority of their earnings when they were 5 and 6 years old,” he said. “The Supreme Reined Cow Horse—that’s the award and the recognition that a horse was not just a futurity horse, and not just a bridle horse, but it had an entire career. I’ve got pictures of 12 of them on the wall, and have had a hand in at least three or four more. That’s a big deal with me, the award that says a horse has had a full career.” Over the years, Roeser’s ability to maintain a horse over the long haul, consistently banking paychecks at both NRCHA Premier Events and NRCHA Affiliate shows, has made him the thirdhighest weekend reined cow horse money-earner on the 2016 Equi-stat Lifetime Statistics list. Roeser’s impact on the reined cow horse industry, particularly in the Northwest, can also be measured by the younger horsemen he has mentored. Two of his longest-term assistant trainers now have their own flourishing programs: Wade Reaney in Rupert, Idaho, and Justin Bailey in Pilot Rock, Oregon. “That’s really one of my proudest accomplishments. Wade was here for nine years, and Justin was here for eight years. I think they were here just one year together. Those 16 years were in the very middle of my career, and a lot of what made me successful was that those two were so loyal and were here for so long. It means a lot to me that they’re as successful as they are, and that we’ve stayed as close as we are. I’m just as proud when they do something good as I am when I do myself,” Roeser said.

He also values his close relationship with another top Idaho hand, the 2015 NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity Champion Jake Telford. In Telford’s pre-NRCHA days, when he roped professionally, he rode colts at Roeser Ranch and showed Roeser’s cow horses in AQHA roping. Telford has credited Roeser with putting him on the first finished reined cow horses he ever rode. Roeser’s connection with generations of trainers and horses has struck him from time to time as he travels the Western states during the busy NRCHA show season. “There was one time when we were there at the Magic Valley Futurity [in Rupert, Idaho], and I started counting, and there were seven people showing there who had worked for me. There was another time we went to the Utah Futurity. We got there pretty early the day before. There were five horses loping around in the arena. I got to looking, and realized I had shown the mothers of all five of those horses. When you’ve shown the mothers—that’s going back a little while,” he recalled, smiling. Roeser’s commitment to the NRCHA extends beyond the competitive arena. He has served in some capacity on the NRCHA Board of Directors for nearly 20 years, including a stint as the association President in 2005 and 2006. During that time, he worked with then-Vice President Larry Bell of Stephenville, Texas, to implement the NRCHA Regional and World Championship Show qualifying system. With a thriving cow horse training business and continuing active service on the NRCHA Board of Directors as the current Rules Committee chairperson, Roeser’s new status in the Hall of Fame represents yet another accolade in a career that continues to run at full throttle. “I just really love it—both the people and the horses. I couldn’t imagine doing

anything else, and I will certainly do it as long as I can,” he said.

2016 HALL OF FAME CHICS MAGIC POTION Some of the greatest successes spring from the most unlikely beginnings, and such was the case with Chics Magic Potion (Smart Chic Olena x Remedys Magic Potion x Remedys Reply). The story of “Magic” is “an ugly duckling story,” according to his human Hall of Fame counterpart, Bob Avila, of Temecula, California. Avila, a NRCHA Million-Dollar Rider, is the horseman who trained, showed, and loved Chics Magic Potion throughout his entire performance career and most of his life. By the numbers alone, Chics Magic Potion left an indelible mark as a performer. Bred by Kim Muehlstaetter of Scottsdale, Arizona, and owned by Ken and Laina Banks, Schulenburg, Texas, Magic enjoyed a long stint as the No. 1 money earning reined cow horse. In a six-year period beginning

“He was a people horse. You could treat him like a pet, which you can’t do with most studs,” said Bob Avila, describing the friendly nature of Chics Magic Potion. The stallion earned more than $318,000 in all disciplines during his career, and sired earners of just over $40,000 in NRCHA money.

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in August of 2003 and ending in June of 2009, Avila and the 2000 bay stallion showed in just 13 NRCHA events, collecting titles including the 2003 Santa Ynez Cow Horse Classic “Pre-Futurity” Championship; the 2003 Snaffle Bit Futurity Open Championship; the 2005 Hackamore Classic Championship; the 2005 AQHA Junior Working Cow Horse Reserve World Championship; the 2008 Magnificent 7 Championship; and the 2009 Reserve World’s Greatest Horseman. All told, Avila and Magic won $246,705 in NRCHA money, and, with their National Reining Horse Association and AQHA earnings, banked more than $318,000. But the real measure of Magic consists of more than numbers. “You don’t pick out a Hall of Fame horse. You’re just fortunate enough to get to ride one,” Avila said. He admitted that, based on first impressions, Magic was not a top pick. “He was really, really homely,” Avila said. “I have a picture of him as a yearling and I won’t even let anybody see it.” But Avila knew the genetic power of the awkward colt’s pedigree. For years, he had admired, and tried to buy, Magic’s dam, Remedys Magic Potion (Remedys Reply x Remedys Magica x Remedys Goal). The stalwart 1989 mare, shown by reining specialist Casey Hinton, as well as her owner, Kim Muehlstaetter, competing as a youth and amateur under her maiden name Kim Dooley, achieved more than $25,000 in the NRHA and AQHA. “Kim showed her, Casey showed her. They showed her everywhere. I don’t know if she ever won anything gigantic, but she won all the time. She was one of those weekend horses who went in there and just won and won and won. She did it for years and she was really a cool mare,” Avila recalled. Years later, he heard that Remedys Magic Potion had foaled a 2000 colt by

legendary performer and sire Smart Chic Olena (Smart Little Lena x Gay Sugar Chic x Gay Bar King). It was Chics Magic Potion, and though he was bred in the purple, he didn’t look the part. “They asked John Slack if he would start him, and he said, ‘I don’t want to ride that ugly little sucker.’ So they took him to Todd Sommers. Todd looked in the trailer and said, ‘Don’t unload him.’ He was just a homely, ugly duckling,” Avila said, adding that Sommers still bemoans the fact that he passed over one of the best horses in the industry. A former Avila assistant trainer, Martin Muehlstaetter, was the one who started Magic. Avila, in collaboration with professional horseman Doug Carpenter and owner Alan Needle, purchased the colt late in his 2-year-old year, and Avila took over his reins. “From the day I got him, he was just— you couldn’t find a word for it other than ‘Steady Eddy,’” Avila said. “Magic was the kind who would come out every single day and get just a fraction better. He’d never slip backwards, he’d never leap forwards—he would get a little bit better every day. And he was like that to train the whole time. The whole time. He never got checked up, he never got in trouble for anything, he never got studdy. He just got a little bit better his whole career.” The young stallion proved his versatility early on, winning the NRCHA’s crown jewel, the Snaffle Bit Futurity, and a few short weeks later earning a big paycheck as a top Open finalist at the NRHA Futurity. “The night I walked out of the finals, I remember thinking to myself, ‘This was the funnest horse I ever showed at the reining futurity,’” Avila said. “Most of the time when a big futurity is over with, you’re like, ‘Let me off—I’m so glad it’s over with.’ But he was so much fun to show, and he was so honest.”

Bob Avila and Chics Magic Potion showed at 13 NRCHA events over six years, winning some of the reined cow horse industry’s most coveted titles, including the 2003 Snaffle Bit Futurity Championship.

Between the Snaffle Bit Futurity and the NRHA Futurity, Magic’s ownership changed. Avila’s friend and customer Ken Banks purchased him with the intent to ride the stallion himself in the non pro. “Ken is probably one of the greatest customers you could ever have in your life. When Magic started winning so much, Ken didn’t want to show him as a non pro horse. Ken used to say, ‘I own him, but he’s your horse,’” Avila said. When Magic reached bridle horse age, he continued to demonstrate the great heart and ability that made him a winner at 3. In 2009, Avila piloted him to Reserve at the World’s Greatest Horseman, behind the late Topsails Rien Maker (Topsail Cody x Jameen Gay x Toby Gay Bar), the 1999 stallion who, after Magic’s retirement, would eventually pass him as the No. 1 NRCHA money-earner. That success at the World’s Greatest almost didn’t happen, when Avila and Magic scored a lackluster 203 in the herd work prelims. “I was thinking, ‘Man, I’m out of the ball game.’ But I went back to the room that night and told myself, ‘I’ve got one of the brokest reiners in this pen. I’m WWW.NRCHA.COM/SNAFFLE-BIT-FUTURITY

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///////// NRCHA HALL OF FAME going back in and I’m going to stomp on it and either go down in a ball of flames or knock it out of the park.’ And I did—he was a 227.5 in the rein work, and jumped right back in the finals. He was that kind of horse. He was so honest; it was incredible. You could dig yourself a hole for him, and he’d climb back out of it. Him and Slider, we used to laugh about them being Ali and Foreman. They’d battle each other. I’d win one; he’d win one. I’d win one; he’d win one. And we were all such great friends, we were rooting for each other.” In August of that same year, after Avila and Magic won the 2009 World’s Richest Stock Horse competition in Paso Robles, California, the veteran horseman made the snap decision to retire the stallion at the pinnacle of his career. With Banks’ blessing, he quietly made the announcement.

“I’ve always had a thing about my horses walking out of the pen on top. He won [the World’s Richest] and I decided that was the time to do it, just tip our hat and walk out of the pen as a champion.” For the next three-and-a-half years, Magic enjoyed life on Bob and Dana Avila’s ranch, branding cattle and serving as an ambassador for reined cow horses at various demonstrations. “I’ve had a lot of great horses, and a lot of horses I really liked. Magic was… something different. For me, he was just kind of my buddy,” Avila said. The veteran professional still finds it difficult to talk about, but in a voice rough with emotion, he described the 2012 accident during a demo at the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada. There was no excessive speed, no bad ground, no prior soundness

issues or problems—Magic simply took a bad step while showing the crowd the fundamentals of the fence work, breaking a front leg above the knee. The damage was irreparable. “It was just something that happened. It was a pretty great loss,” Avila said. Despite the void created by the stallion’s untimely death, Avila said Hall of Fame status is a fitting memorial to an unforgettable performer. “I look at a horse like him, or any Hall of Fame kind of horse—they give us so much. They’re the kind of horses who give it to us when they’re tired, when they’re sore. We keep asking and they keep giving. I asked, and he gave. It was hard to get over. I’m still not over it. I was fortunate enough to get to make him from beginning to end. We’re the fortunate ones, to get to ride them.”

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Jon Roeser, Marsing, Idaho, has won every major NRCHA title, including the Snaffle Bit Futurity and World’s Greatest Horseman Championship. He comes from a family of exceptional horsemen; his father, Jim Roeser, is a NRCHA Hall of Fame inductee.

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PRIMO MORALES

DOUG WILLIAMSON/$1,276,476

JOHN WARD/$1,172,734

Doug Williamson, Bakersfield, California, is the NRCHA’s oldest Million-Dollar Rider. He also passed the $1 Million mark at the 2012 Snaffle Bit Futurity when he was 70 years old. He has won the Futurity Championship twice in his lengthy career.

John Ward, Tulare, California, was recognized at the 2009 Snaffle Bit Futurity for reaching NRCHA Million-Dollar Rider status. Ward is a two-time Snaffle Bit Futurity Champion, and as owner/operator of Ward Ranch, is part of a family legacy of great wins and elite cow horses. PRIMO MORALES

STEPHANIE DUQUETTE

ZANE DAVIS/$1,135,067

BOYD RICE/$1,115,690

Million-Dollar Rider, Zane Davis, Blackfoot, Idaho, achieved his milestone during the 2015 NRCHA Celebration of Champions in Fort Worth, Texas. Davis was the 2009 Snaffle Bit Futurity Open Champion, the 2014 Hackamore Classic Open Champion, and has garnered numerous other NRCHA Premier Event titles and top placings.

Boyd Rice, Weatherford, Texas, already a National Cutting Horse Association multi-million dollar rider, can now also measure his NRCHA earnings in the seven figures. Rice won the NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity Championship in 2007 and the World’s Greatest Horseman in 2014 on Oh Cay N Short, becoming the first rider to capture both prestigious titles on the same horse.

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PRIMO MORALES

BOB AVILA/$1,046,866

JAY MCLAUGHLIN/$1,005,276

Bob Avila, Temecula, California, is the NRCHA’s second Million-Dollar Rider. He is a three-time NRCHA Open Snaffle Bit Futurity Champion and a World’s Greatest Horseman Champion. He is a NRCHA Hall of Fame Inductee, a National Reining Horse Association Open Futurity Champion, a multiple AQHA World Champion and an AQHA Professional Horseman of the Year.

Jay McLaughlin, Commerce, Texas, passed the sevenfigure milestone to become the 12th NRCHA Million-Dollar Rider in the summer of 2016. Besides his new status as a NRCHA Million-Dollar Rider, McLaughlin has 12 NRCHA and AQHA World Championships to his credit. He was the 2013 NRCHA Futurity Open Reserve Champion and the 2015 NRCHA Stakes Open Champion, and has claimed numerous other titles, finals berths and top placings in reined cow horse and reining competition.

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On the Million-Dollar Sire list, foals sired by CD Olena have earned $933,738, putting him next in line for the seven-figure distinction.

PRIMO MORALES

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hich riders are next in line to become NRCHA millionaires and multi-millionaires? Closing the gap on seven-figure earnings status are Hanford, California, professional Jake Gorrell, with earnings of $950,168; Gainesville, Texas, horseman Ron Ralls, with $895,730; and Madera, California, horsewoman Lyn Anderson with $832,541. Veteran competitor, Ted Robinson, is next in line to eclipse the $2 Million mark at $1,900,034 in NRCHA career earnings. The Oak View, California, horseman was the NRCHA’s first Million-Dollar Rider.

CD Olena is followed by Tangys Classy Pep, with offspring earnings of $849,162, and Lenas Wright On, with $847,580.

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MILLION DOLLAR SIRES Earnings current as of June 30, 2016.

Shining Spark $3,983,833

Very Smart Remedy $1,605,436

Smart Chic Olena $3,053,486

Dual Rey $1,494,612

Mister Dual Pep $1,318,066

WR This Cats Smart $1,178,472

The NRCHA welcomes two new Million-Dollar Sires in 2016: WR This Cats Smart and Gallo Del Cielo. Owners of both stallions will be awarded a C.R. Morrison Trophy during the Futurity Open Finals in recognition of this exceptional milestone.

Smart Little Pepinic $1,274,905

Smart Little Lena $1,175,263

One Time Pepto $1,836,396

Reminic $1,423,780

Nu Cash $1,251,369

Nic It In The Bud $ 1,148,107

Peptoboonsmal $1,739,174

Grays Starlight $1,419,660

Chic Please $1,211,953

Gallo Del Cielo $1,025,187

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OPEN FUTURITY 11TH - 25TH PLACE

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LEVEL 1 LIMITED OPEN CHAMPION

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Gist Custom Buckle 30X Hat Monogrammed Cinch Jacket $300 in Farnam Products Platinum Performance $500 Gift Certificate for CR RanchWear

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NON PRO CHAMPION

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Discount Tire NRCHA Jon & Jody Semper JW Brooks Custom Hats JW Brooks Custom Hats Classic Equine NRCHA Platinum Performance Santa Cruz Animal Health/San Juan Ranch CR RanchWear Rios of Mercedes

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///////// AWARDS NON PRO FUTURITY RESERVE CHAMPION

Gist Custom Buckle 30X Hat Monogrammed Cinch Jacket $300 in Farnam Products Platinum Performance Cooler Bag With Grooming Supplies and a $50 Gift Card $500 Gift Certificate for CR RanchWear Pair of Rios of Mercedes Cowboy Boots

Dominic Conicelli JW Brooks Custom Hats NRCHA Farnam Platinum Performance Santa Cruz Animal Health/San Juan Ranch CR RanchWear Rios of Mercedes

NON PRO FUTURITY 3RD

Gist Custom Buckle Monogrammed Cinch Jacket Platinum Performance Cooler Bag With Grooming Supplies and a $50 Gift Card

NRCHA NRCHA Platinum Performance Santa Cruz Animal Health/San Juan Ranch

NON PRO FUTURITY TOP TEN

Gist Custom Buckle Gist Custom Buckle Gist Custom Buckle Gist Custom Buckle Gist Custom Buckle Gist Custom Buckle Gist Custom Buckle Monogrammed Cinch Jacket Platinum Performance

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INTERMEDIATE NON PRO FUTURITY CHAMPION

Don Rich Custom Saddle CR Morrison Trophy Gist Champion Custom Buckle 30X Hat Classic Equine Polar Fleece Cooler Monogrammed Cinch Jacket Platinum Performance $500 Gift Certificate for CR RanchWear

NRCHA NRCHA RT Stuart Ranch JW Brooks Custom Hats Classic Equine NRCHA Platinum Performance CR RanchWear

Gist Custom Buckle 30X Hat Monogrammed Cinch Jacket $300 in Farnam Products Platinum Performance $500 Gift Certificate for CR RanchWear

NRCHA JW Brooks Custom Hats NRCHA Farnam Platinum Performance CR RanchWear

INTERMEDIATE NON PRO FUTURITY TOP FIVE

Gist Custom Buckle Gist Custom Buckle Gist Custom Buckle Monogrammed Cinch Jacket Platinum Performance

NRCHA NRCHA NRCHA NRCHA Platinum Performance

NOVICE NON PRO CHAMPION

Bob’s Custom Saddle CR Morrison Trophy Gist Custom Buckle 30X Hat Classic Equine Polar Fleece Cooler Monogrammed Cinch Jacket Platinum Performance $500 Gift Certificate for CR RanchWear

NRCHA NRCHA JT & Sandra Neal JW Brooks Custom Hats Classic Equine NRCHA Platinum Performance CR RanchWear

NOVICE NON PRO RESERVE CHAMPION

Gist Custom Buckle 30X Hat $300 in Farnam Products $500 Gift Certificate for CR RanchWear

NRCHA JW Brooks Custom Hats Farnam CR RanchWear

NOVICE NON PRO TOP FIVE

Gist Custom Buckle Gist Custom Buckle Gist Custom Buckle Monogrammed Cinch Jacket Platinum Performance

NRCHA NRCHA NRCHA NRCHA Platinum Performance

AMATEUR FUTURITY CHAMPION

Custom Saddle CR Morrison Trophy Gist Custom Buckle 30X Hat Classic Equine Polar Fleece Cooler Monogrammed Cinch Jacket Platinum Performance $500 Gift Certificate for CR RanchWear

Larry & Ellen Bell NRCHA NRCHA JW Brooks Custom Hats Classic Equine NRCHA Platinum Performance CR RanchWear

AMATEUR FUTURITY RESERVE CHAMPION

Gist Custom Buckle 30X Hat Monogrammed Cinch Jacket $300 in Farnam Products Platinum Performance $500 Gift Certificate for CR RanchWear

NRCHA JW Brooks Custom Hats NRCHA Farnam Platinum Performance CR RanchWear

INTERMEDIATE NON PRO FUTURITY RESERVE CHAMPION

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NON PRO LIMITED FUTURITY CHAMPION

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Linda Wood/Chandler Ranch Colorado Reined Cow Horse Association NRCHA JW Brooks Custom Hats Classic Equine NRCHA Platinum Performance CR RanchWear

NON PRO LIMITED FUTURITY RESERVE CHAMPION Gist Custom Buckle

30X Hat Monogrammed Cinch Jacket $300 in Farnam Products Platinum Performance $500 Gift Certificate for CR RanchWear

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LADIES CHAMPION

CR Morrison Trophy Gist Custom Buckle 30X Hat Classic Equine Polar Fleece Cooler Monogrammed Cinch Jacket Platinum Performance $500 Gift Certificate for CR RanchWear

Stacy Lynch NRCHA JW Brooks Custom Hats Classic Equine NRCHA Platinum Performance CR RanchWear

LADIES RESERVE CHAMPION

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HIGH SCORE NON PRO FENCE WORK

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HIGH SCORE NON PRO HERD WORK

Gist Custom Buckle

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HIGH SCORE NON PRO REINED WORK

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OPEN BRIDLE CHAMPION

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OPEN BRIDLE RESERVE CHAMPION

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LIMITED OPEN BRIDLE CHAMPION

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NRCHA NRCHA Platinum Performance Santa Cruz Animal Health/San Juan Ranch

NON PRO BRIDLE RESERVE CHAMPION

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INTERMEDIATE NON PRO BRIDLE CHAMPION

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NRCHA Platinum Performance

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OPEN HACKAMORE CHAMPION

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OPEN HACKAMORE RESERVE CHAMPION

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LIMITED OPEN HACKAMORE CHAMPION

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NRCHA Platinum Performance

NON PRO HACKAMORE CHAMPION

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NON PRO HACKAMORE RESERVE CHAMPION

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OPEN TWO REIN CHAMPION

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YOUTH BRIDLE CHAMPION

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YOUTH BRIDLE RESERVE CHAMPION

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WARD RANCH RAFFLE COLT CHRISTINA RUDDY

CHRISTINA RUDDY

One lucky winner will take home the 2016 Ward Ranch Raffle Colt, Justgowithit Please (Smart Little Pepinic x Be Lona x Mister Dual Pep). The 2014 gelding is currently in training with Ward Ranch assistant Chris Krieg.

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magine it only cost $10 to buy a horse and enter it in the 2017 Snaffle Bit Futurity. Sounds impossible? Just go with it, please. No, really: Justgowithit Please (Smart Little Pepinic x Be Lona x Mister Dual Pep) is the 2016 National Reined Cow Horse Association Snaffle Bit Futurity Raffle Colt, and he could be yours for just $10, the price of a raffle ticket. The raffle colt is donated annually by NRCHA Breeder Sponsor Ward Ranch. Like all the Ward Ranch Raffle horses, Justgowithit Please comes with a paid entry to the 2017 Snaffle Bit Futurity in Fort Worth, Texas, in the new owner’s choice of the Open, Non Pro, Amateur or Non Pro Limited division. He will also be well started under saddle by the time of the drawing; the brown 2014 gelding is currently in training at Ward Ranch, with NRCHA Professional Chris Krieg.

There is no limit to the number of raffle colt tickets per buyer. From now until Futurity time, tickets can be purchased through the NRCHA Office by calling 940-488-1500. Once the Snaffle Bit Futurity is underway, the tickets will also be available in the show office. The winning ticket will be drawn October 1, 2016, during the Snaffle Bit Futurity Open Finals in Reno, Nevada. Ticket buyers do not need to be present to win. The Ward Ranch has an approximately 30-year history of contributing royally-bred 2-year-old raffle candidates from its historic reined cow horse breeding program. Built in 1972 by the late Greg Ward, a member of the NRCHA Hall of Fame, Ward Ranch has raised numerous champions, many of them descended from the famous mare, Fillinic.

Justgowithit Please.

All of the money from raffle ticket sales goes to support the NRCHA Futurity, half of which is put into the NRCHA 2-Year-Old Select Sale Purse, an incentive program which pays the highest-scoring Snaffle Bit Futurity Sale horses at the following year’s Futurity. Several Ward Ranch Raffle alumni have returned to Reno as 3-year-olds to claim their own Futurity paychecks. The most successful was Gypsy Reminic (Reminic x Tontos Gypsy Bar x Tonto Bars Folly), the 1988 raffle filly. She became the 1989 Futurity Open Reserve Champion with Ted Robinson aboard. Gypsy Reminic has $37,406 in cow horse money, according to Equi-Stat. She also went on to produce 10 performing foals that have earned nearly $75,000 in cutting, cow horse and reining.

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IN THE MARKET

By Bonnie Wheatley

What to know before attending the 2016 Snaffle Bit Futurity Sales.

STEPHANIE DUQUETTE

The Snaffle Bit Futurity Sales are slated for September 30 - October 1, 2016, in Reno, Nevada.

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n addition to the allure of the National Reined Cow Horse Association’s Snaffle Bit Futurity, the four horse sale sessions that run in conjunction with the show add

plenty of opportunity for prospective buyers and sellers. Slated for September 30 - October 1, 2016, the Snaffle Bit Futurity Horse Sales, managed by Parnell Dickinson, consist of the Classic Yearling

and Broodmare Sale, Performance Horse Sale, Select 2-Year-Old Sale, and Select Yearling and Broodmare Sale. The SBF Sales, first held in conjunction with the event when it took place

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in Sacramento, California, in 1970, have long been a destination for those seeking to buy and sell quality cow horses. While buying strategies abound, and hinge upon the individual goals of those in the market, several sale savvy horsemen shared their tips on making the most of your sale experience. “When people come to the Snaffle Bit Futurity Sales, they can expect to see a lot of high quality horses, especially in the 2-Year-Old Sale; horses that are going to be extremely competitive,” says Jake Parnell of Parnell Dickinson Sale Company. “You look at Time For The Diamond that won the Futurity in 2013, Nick Dowers purchased him from the Select Yearling Sale. CD Diamond that Corey Cushing won it on in 2012 came out of the Select Yearling Sale as well.”

The high seller of the 2015 Snaffle Bit Futurity 2-YearOld Select Sale was Metallic Look (Metallic Cat x Smart Lookin Hi Brow x High Brow Hickory), consigned by NRCHA Professional Justin Lawrence and his wife, Kelcie, Alzada, Montana. Metallic Look sold for $77,000 to Fults Ranch, Ltd., Amarillo, Texas, which owns and stands Metallic Cat.

THE PROCESS OF ELIMINATION STEPHANIE DUQUETTE

With vast experience on both the buying and selling sides, NRCHA Two Million Dollar Rider Todd Crawford, of Blanchard, Oklahoma, advises thorough research prior to arriving at the sales. To begin narrowing the search, Crawford consults the sale catalogs in order to study pedigrees in advance. “Find the pedigrees that jump out and strike you as what you are looking for,” says Crawford. “You may know the father of that horse, and you may know the mother, and decide, ‘yes, that’s a colt that interests me pedigree-wise, or no, that one is out.’” Beyond bloodlines, Crawford reviews video resources posted online. “A lot of people know this, but I suppose some are still unaware, but a month to three weeks before the sales there are videos posted, which is a great way to get a first look at a yearling moving around in the round pen, for example.” Whether he’s in the market for an open caliber horse or a non professional mount, Crawford tries to find the best

////////// RECENT SBF SALE INCENTIVE WINNERS 2013 Snaffle Bit Futurity Select 2-Year-Old Open – Camilla The Cat, Newt White owner Select 2-Year-Old Non Pro – SDP Got Fancy Genes, Tammy Hays and Walter Greeman owners Select Yearling Open – Time For The Diamond, Triple D Ranches, LLC owner

2014 Snaffle Bit Futurity Select 2-Year-Old Open – Sumkinda Maverick, CR Sis, LLC owner Select 2-Year-Old Non Pro – QR Hickory Boon, Randy and Celia Gamble owners Select Yearling Open – Sumkinda Maverick, CR Sis, LLC owner

2015 Snaffle Bit Futurity Select 2-Year-Old Open – Mr Hoo Ray, Mike and Diana McCabe owners Select 2-Year-Old Open – Another Heart Remedy, James P. Cleary owner Select Yearling Open – Pepe Le Wright, Jim and Linda Schrack owners Select Yearling Non Pro – SJR All Time Cash, Lyle Proctor owner

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SBF SALE INCENTIVE GUIDELINES

Randy Gamble earned the Non Pro Select 2-Year-Old Incentive at the 2014 Snaffle Bit Futurity riding QR Hickory Boon (Boons Milliennium x Melissa Josey x Doc’s Hickory).

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utlined below are the guidelines governing the incentives as they appear on the NRCHA’s website nrcha.com:

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horse he can that fits within the predetermined budget parameters. “A lot of times horses that don’t bring as much money tend to fall into the non pro bracket, but just because you pay a lot doesn’t always mean it’s going be the best horse,” he says. Finding the best prospect also means making sure it’s one with great odds of remaining sound. “People should take advantage of the repository and review the X-rays prior to going to the sale,” says Crawford. “I believe there’s an online repository, and last year NRCHA implemented a system where I could call my veterinarian at home in Oklahoma and say, ‘I need you to look at the X-rays on Lot 45,’ and he could do that without having to be at the sale.” The tool Crawford is referring to is the Asteris system, which makes sale horse radiographs instantly accessible to veterinarians anywhere. While radiographs are still available on-site at the NRCHA sales, the Asteris system allows veterinarians with login credentials to view X-rays

via smartphone, tablet, or computer from any location. “All vets—like all blacksmiths and all horse trainers, for that matter—have different opinions, but at least if your vet looks in advance, you’ll get a good feel for if you can be comfortable proceeding with the purchase of that horse with some confidence in the horse being able to stay sound,” says Crawford, adding that things like OCD lesions, splints or spurs may force a prospective buyer to cull a prospect at the sale. “If you buy one and get it home and find that it has problems, and the X-rays were there but you didn’t do your due diligence, you’re stuck with that horse. Consider resale and future vet checks, because you don’t want there to be a problem that keeps you from selling that horse later.”

IDENTIFY YOUR OBJECTIVES While some buyers prefer to shop privately, Randy Gamble is comfortable purchasing horses in the auction envi-

is for yearlings that are eligible for the NRCHA Stakes and actually sell to a new owner in the Select Yearling & Broodmare Sale or the Classic Yearling & Broodmare Sale. A nomination fee of $250 will pay the yearling up for the Yearling Sale Purse. The $250 payment may be paid by the consignor prior to the sale or the buyer may pay after the purchase, however the payment must be made no later than the last day of the NRCHA Futurity. The Added money, plus the nomination fees, will be paid to the highest advancing eligible 3 year old in the NRCHA Open Futurity Preliminaries.

NRCHA $30,000 2-Year-Old Sale Purse. Consignors of the NRCHA 2-Year-Old Sale Purse Incentive winners will receive $1,500 for Open and $500 for the Non Pro from the Select 2-Year-Old Sale Incentive Purse funds. Each year, Ward River Ranch donates the NRCHA Futurity Raffle Colt. Half of the raffle proceeds are used to sponsor the NRCHA 2-Year-Old Sale Purse. This money, plus $150 from the entry fee of each NRCHA Select 2-Year-Old Sale entry, are combined to make the NRCHA 2-Year-Old Sale Purse. NRCHA guarantees that the NRCHA 2-Year-Old Sale Purse will be at least $30,000. Only entries that sell and change ownership are eligible for the NRCHA 2-Year-Old Sale Purse. After the Consignor purse is paid, the balance of the purse will be paid in the following manner: 70 percent will be paid to the highest advancing Select 2-Year-Old Sale entry in the NRCHA Open Futurity Preliminaries and 30 percent will be paid to the highest advancing Select 2-Year-Old Sale entry in the Non Pro Futurity Preliminaries. An entry must be sold through the Select 2-YearOld Sale and transferred to the new owner to be eligible for the Select 2-Year-Old Sale Purse. An entry that was repurchased and not sold will not be eligible for the Select 2-Year-Old Sale Purse.

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“Have a goal. Are you looking for a non pro horse? An open caliber horse? A futurity horse or an aged event horse? Get a suitable horse for your goals and set suitable criteria when you’re looking.” –Randy Gamble ronment thanks to years of experience running a sale company in the 1980s and ‘90s. His number one piece of advice to prospective buyers who are new to the sale environment is: “Do your homework! And, if you’re not experienced, get good, well qualified help.” Gamble, Prineville, Oregon, earned the Non Pro Select 2-Year-Old Incentive at the 2014 Snaffle Bit Futurity riding QR Hickory Boon (Boons Milliennium x Melissa Josey x Doc’s Hickory). Gamble’s incentive check of $8,400 added to what he won as the Futurity Amateur Champion and earnings in the Novice

Non Pro, Intermediate Non Pro and Non Pro Futurity Finals. When asked if the sale incentives factor into his purchasing plans, Gamble says they absolutely do. “The first incentive horse I bought sort of happened by accident, but it’s an absolute no-brainer for me now. I won back more money than what I paid for the horse,” says Gamble, adding that he appreciates the sale environment in Reno because there are so many horses to choose from all in one spot. He personally prefers the 2-Year-Old Sale because the prospects are well prepared and ready to ride. “The 2-year-old deal takes a lot of the risk out to me, I’m older and time is of the essence,” he laughed. “People always ask how I pick. I know what I like, and I’m buying for value. I watch the videos they post online and whittle it down to eight to 10 horses. When my wife and I get to Reno, we chip away until we have it down to three or four. I always buy geldings, and a person always wants to buy pretty for resale potential in case

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Mr Hoo Ray, consigned to the 2014 Snaffle Bit Futurity Select 2-Year-Old Sale by Todd and Pam Crawford, returned to Reno in 2015, shown by Todd Crawford, to win the Open Sale Incentive for owners Mike and Diana McCabe.

the horse doesn’t pan out for your purposes.” In addition to seeking good help and doing thorough research, Gamble says it’s crucial to identify your objectives well in advance of the sales. “Have a goal,” says Gamble. “Are you looking for a non pro horse? An open caliber horse? A futurity horse or an aged event horse? Get a suitable horse for your goals and set suitable criteria when you’re looking. I want to have my ducks in a row when I get there, and definitely stick to my goal.”

THE SBF FUTURITY SALE INCENTIVES The $30,000 Futurity Sale incentive purse rewards horses that change hands through the 2-Year-Old Select Sale, and then return to Reno to compete in the Futurity the following year. The high scoring sale graduate in the Futurity Open preliminaries receives two-thirds of the incentive money and the high scoring Non Pro horse receives one-third. “The incentive program gives people a chance to get paid back in a relatively short amount of time at the 3-year-old level. I really think it’s a big-time opportunity, especially for a non pro, not to deter the open guys, but a non pro can go buy a good 2-year-old with a high level of training by some of the biggest names in our business,” says Parnell. Crawford, who won the 2015 Open Sale Incentive check for $19,600 riding Mr Hoo Ray (Play Dual Rey x What Chics Wanna Doo x Chic Please) for owners Mike and Diana McCabe, adds that the program is beneficial to consignors as well. “For my 2-year-old program, when I’m taking horses to the sales, I think it’s an attractive thing for buyers. I sold a nice mare there last year that I think has a good shot at doing well this year. When a buyer can come back in a year, or two years, and have a chance at more money, that’s another selling point.” WWW.NRCHA.COM/SNAFFLE-BIT-FUTURITY

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NATIONAL REINED COW HORSE ASSOCIATION

CORPORATE PARTNERS Platinum Performance is the Official Nutritional Supplement of the NRCHA! Platinum Performance, Inc. is the manufacturer of Platinum Performance Equine Wellness and Performance Formula, a comprehensive supplement rich in Omega-3 fatty acids, bioavailable trace minerals, amino acids and joint protective anti-inflammatory nutrients. This formula is designed to support the immune system, joints, bones, muscles, and provide sustained energy and enhanced performance. It is excellent for performance horses of all ages, broodmares, stallions and foals. Platinum Performance nutritional supplements were originally developed to decrease rehabilitation time after orthopedic surgeries, to speed bone growth and tissue healing, and reduce swelling complications. For more information, visit Platinum Performance at our web site at www.PlatinumPerformance. com. Smart Boons (Peptoboonsmal x Smart Little Easter x Smart Little Lena), a 2005 AQHA red roan stallion and earner of nearly $193,000, counts the 2009 National Reined Cow Horse Association Open Derby Championship among his many accolades. He has been trained and shown for most of his career by NRCHA Million Dollar Rider Corey Cushing. Smart Boons is proudly owned by Eric and Wendy Dunn, and they invite you to share their passion! Learn more at www. SmartBoons.com or contact Oswood Stallion Station at 817559-4560 for breeding information. As the official equine insurance company for the NRCHA, Markel has provided uninterrupted coverage for horses and horse-related risks for over four decades. Sharing your passion for horses and committed to the horse industry, Markel is an experienced company whose associates are horse people first and insurance people second. Their insurance products focus on protecting your horses, home, barn, tack and equipment. Whether you have one horse or an entire stable, board or train horses, Markel can fully protect you. Visit www. horseinsurance.com for more information on Markel’s products.

Quarter Horse News is one of the most visible information vehicles in the horse world. Quarter Horse News – the News Magazine of the Performance Horse industry - is the only twice-monthly news magazine dedicated to the western horse industry. For information visit the web site at www. quarterhorsenews.com. Scottsdale Western World offers the finest in Western saddles and tack, from reined cow horse, cutting, and reining to ranch riding, Western pleasure and trail. We feature the complete line of Silver Spurs Saddles by AM, a collaboration between Silver Spurs Equine and worldrenowned saddle designer Andy Maschke. We also offer preowned saddles—plus bits, bridles, pads, horse accessories, apparel and much more. Find us on the web at www. ScottsdaleWesternWorld.com.

PEDIGREE® Food for Dogs. Everything we do is for the love of dogs. As the world’s largest dog food brand, our passion is to make the world a better place for dogs. We champion causes to help dogs find loving homes, and we are dedicated to understanding dogs’ needs to make sure every dog is fed well, because every dog deserves great nutrition. PEDIGREE® products include a wide variety of treats including DENTASTIX®, MARROBONE®, and JUMBONE®. PEDIGREE® brand is proud to be a corporate partner of the National Reined Cow Horse Association. To find out more about PEDIGREE® brand visit www.pedigree.com.

Grand Sierra Resort and Casino is located in the heart of Reno/Tahoe USA. Guests have access to over 40 championship golf courses, 18 legendary ski resorts, hiking, biking and equestrian trails, fishing, boating and guided tours to Tahoe, Carson and Virginia City. GSR is northern Nevada’s largest resort destination with 1,990 guest rooms, 850 of them luxury suites. The property offers a wide variety of accommodations for the everyday business traveler to the complete family vacation with amenities that include 200,000 square feet of meeting and convention space, branded retail shopping, headliner entertainment, a movie theater, a 50-lane championship bowling center, outdoor thrill rides, aqua golf driving range, the largest casino north of Las Vegas, plus much more.

Bloomer Trailers presented by Great West Trailers is an NRCHA Corporate Partner and Bloomer is the “Official Horse Trailer” of the NRCHA. Bloomer Trailers has raised the bar in the horse trailer industry. “If you can dream it, we can build it,” is the company slogan. Bloomer offers the highest quality standards of any trailer manufacturer and backs it up with a 10 year structural warranty. For information, see your local Bloomer Trailer dealer or visit www.bloomertrailers.com.

Nutrena® provides one of the world’s most comprehensive lines of equine nutritional products, including SafeChoice®, Vitality®, Life Design®, Empower® and XTN®. As part of the world’s largest equine nutrition company, Nutrena® offers advanced nutrition research, technology, unmatched resources and decades of experience to its customers. Since 1921, Nutrena® has been providing premier products and services to consumers throughout North America and is proud to be the Official Equine Feed of AQHA, an AAEP Educational Partner as well as the Official Feed of the NRCHA.

Team up with Classic Equine and PLAY TO WIN! Classic Equine is fast becoming standard equipment of performance champions. Just ask the professionals. Serious competitors care about their horse’s health and soundness. Classic Equine offers a variety of innovative and protective products including saddle pads, cinches, support boots and bell boots. All products are manufactured to the highest standards for quality and value. After all, the creation of a product line that satisfies the serious competitor’s high expectations of performance is what Classic Equine is all about. With input from many of today’s leading riders, each product is designed and tested for function, fit, durability and value. That is why when it comes to the horse’s protection and comfort for training and competition, champions prefer Classic Equine. For more information visit our web site at www.classicequine.com or call 1-800-654-7864.

San Juan Ranch, a Division of Santa Cruz Animal Health is rapidly becoming an industry leader in the distribution and development of Veterinary and Animal Health Care Products. The Company offers a wide range of products for the optimal care of performance horses, livestock and companion animals. The Animal Health product line includes a comprehensive, high-quality, affordable line of UltraCruz™ Animal Health Supplements for horses, dogs and cats. Veterinary Prescription Drugs for a broad range of clinical applications, including antibiotics, anti-fungals, critical care, reproduction and neonatal products, are also available. San Juan Ranch is a top breeder of Performance Horses and Gelbvieh Cattle. Santa Cruz Biotechnology, Inc., the parent company, is a world leader in the development of products for the biomedical research market. Over the past twenty years, the company has focused on the ongoing development of research antibodies, biochemicals, labware and has recently expanded into animal health care products.

DT Horses, “The Elite Brand,” owned and operated by Dean and Leslie Tuftin, is located in beautiful Bend, Oregon. Already an established breeding and training program for world champion rope horses, DT Horses has strengthened its reined cow horse industry presence with the addition of NRCHA Champion Hickory Holly Time to its stallion roster in 2016. Under the guidance of DT Horses’ resident trainer, leading NRCHA Professional Kelby Phillips, the DT Horses’ program seeks out the best genetics in the performance horse industry, to create versatile champions for every arena. Find them on the web at www.DTHorses.com.

Don Rich Custom Saddles are specifically designed for use in the Western performance horse industry with an emphasis on reined cow horse, cutting, ranch horse, and reining events. Choose from our beautiful selection of saddles in stock, or place a custom order. See our inventory and learn more at www.DonRichSaddlery.com.

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The Silver Legacy is a National Reined Cow Horse Association Host Hotel. The Silver Legacy Resort Casino in Reno, Nevada, combines Nevada’s turn-of-the-century silver mining heritage with stateof-the-art architecture and unrivaled entertainment theming. Encompassing over two blocks in the heart of downtown Reno, Silver Legacy features 1,720 guest rooms and suites. With dark woods, marble floors and rich, vibrant carpeting, the elegant and refined Resort Casino has six uniquely themed restaurants. Silver Legacy showcases the world’s largest composite dome, measuring 180 feet in diameter. The interior of the dome, an astounding 75,000 square feet, reflects the dramatic skies of Reno, and depicts an entire day from sunrise to sunset. The indoor sky is one of the largest indoor murals ever painted. For information, visit www.silverlegacy.com or call (800) 6877733.

Wear Cinch to Win! It’s the Official Clothing of the NRCHA! Lead...don’t follow and wear the choice of champions Cinch jeans and shirts. When performance counts, the members of the NRCHA turn to Cinch jeans. Cinch is the brand of choice for some of the world’s best horse trainers like Bob Avila, Teddy Robinson and Todd Bergen. Why? Because Cinch jeans offer the kind of fit and comfort that allow riders to focus on the work at hand. Plus Cinch jeans and shirts always look good. You’ll find Cinch jeans and shirts at your favorite Western store or via catalog. Or, visit www.cinchjeans.com to find the retailer nearest you. “Cinch up” with Cinch jeans and shirts. Wear the choice of champions.

Legendary performance horse breeder and National Reined Cow Horse Association Hall of Fame horsewoman Carol Rose is the sponsor of the NRCHA’s alliance with the National High School Rodeo Association. Carol has been a longtime supporter of the NRCHA Youth program, and her lifetime commitment to raising versatile performance horses makes her a natural fit as the NRCHA helps the NHSRA develop and implement the new cow horse event in High School Rodeo. Carol Rose Quarter Horses is now a breeding facility. Situated in Gainesville, Texas, this legendary program has produced some of the finest American Quarter Horses to compete in AQHA, NRHA, NRCHA and NCHA events. Focusing on standing the finest stallions and offering quality mare care services, Carol Rose Quarter Horses is the place for you to begin the process of raising your next champion. Visit www.CarolRose.com.

DC Cow Horse Gear, the online store for Don Rich Custom Saddles, is located in Alpine, Tennessee. We pride ourselves on offering the highest quality handmade tack, braided rawhide, Les Vogt and Franco Bits, as well as Don Rich Custom Saddles. Our business is mainly web and trade-show based, but feel free to make an appointment to stop in and check out our selection of great products. Find us at www.DCCowHorseGear.com.

Kalpowar Quarter Horses, based in Parker County, Texas, has a long history of supporting the NRCHA and the entire Western performance horse industry. Kalpowar is owned and operated by the Larry and Ellen Bell family. Both Larry and Ellen are from families who have been involved in agriculture since the late 1800’s. It is with great pride that they continue to breed top quality American Quarter Horses for the arena and the ranch. Visit them on the web at www.Kalpowar.com.

With future generations in mind, the vision of Hooray Ranch evolved into a place where the avid hunter or wildlife enthusiast could escape for an unprecedented, all inclusive experience. The Ranch features over 20,000 acres of intensively managed prime wildlife habitat in the heart of Kansas. Located in the peak migration pattern of the Central Flyway, Hooray Ranch offers the best waterfowl hunting in North America. To find out how you can enjoy “The Hooray Experience,” visit www.HoorayRanch.com.

The Nutro Company is a leading manufacturer of natural pet food products sold exclusively at pet specialty stores. The company has been making premium pet food for more than 80 years and is dedicated to quality, excellence and innovation in dog and cat nutrition offering healthful formulas for every pet’s life stage, activity level and size. The Nutro Company’s family of brands includes MAX® dog and cat food, NATURAL CHOICE® dog and cat food, and ULTRA™ food for dogs in addition to the GREENIES® brands, which include the #1 veterinary-recommended pet specialty dental chews, and PILL POCKETS® and JOINT CARE® treats. For more information, please visit www.thenutrocompany.com and www.greenies.com.

Gist Silversmiths: Crafting a Legend Piece by Piece - Gist Silversmiths is proud of its partnership with the NRCHA as its “Official Silversmith”. For 40 years, Gist has been considered the industry leader in customized trophy and award buckles for champions of all disciplines. Gist Silversmiths believes there is no substitute for the finest in quality, superior craftsmanship and reliable service. Attention to detail is evident in each of their finely sculpted motifs and logos; quality enhanced by unique buckle designs. An award buckle is presented to commemorate a significant achievement and each recipient should be honored with a buckle reflecting the pride of a champion. For more information, visit the Gist Silversmiths website at www.gistsilversmiths.com.

Discount Tire/America’s Tire, based in Scottsdale, Arizona, is the world’s largest tire and wheel retailer, doing business as Discount Tire in most of the U.S. and America’s Tire in Oregon, and parts of Washington and California. The company currently operates more than 875 stores across the country. In 2010, Discount Tire/America’s Tire marked its 50th year in business. Serving more than 40 million customers, the company has built its success on the motto: “Be fair, be truthful, work hard, be there on time and help people.” For more information about Discount Tire/America’s Tire, visit discounttire.com or americastire.com.

Rios of Mercedes is one of the last truly handmade all leather boots produced in the United States. There is no secret to making top quality boots. All you need is the finest leather and true bootmakers with years of experience and the desire to be the best at their craft. Rios has remained true to its roots by making boots for folks who are involved in performance and working horses, raise livestock and in general make their living outdoors. Rios has never cheapened their product by taking shortcuts, lowering standards or chasing fashion trends. We make boots for people who know what a pair of boots is intended for: all day comfort whether horseback or afoot. Rios of Mercedes is famous for fit. Most people who experience the fit of a pair of Rios are customers for life. The lasts, dies and cutting patterns used by Rios of Mercedes have developed over the last 150 years until we now have refined the fit to one of comfort yet the boot is not loose on the foot. But these refinements are not only in lasts and patterns but are evident in the details of fine stitching, the hand lasting and the care in sole trimming, heel shape and the balance of the boot. The old fashioned channeled leather welt is the only method that will give a boot that slim profile to the foot that all too often is lost when the maker uses synthetic insoles and synthetic box toes. To our way of thinking this is what gives value to our product and renders it unique in today¹s cookie cutter world. Visit riosofmercedes.com to see some of the styles we offer through our retailers. If you are looking for a retailer one can be found on that same website. Rios of Mercedes, the Official Boot of the National Reined Cow Horse Association.

Bob’s Custom Saddles are ridden and endorsed by the best of the best in competitive western riding sports today. Our superior craftsmanship and attention to detail have made our reining, barrel racing, cutting, roping, ranch, trail and show saddles the preferred choice of professional riders from around the world. Saddle up with us on the web at www.BobsCustomSaddles.com.

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IT PAYS TO ENROLL NRCHA Subscribed Stallion program adds value throughout the industry. PRIMO MORALES

The 2016 NRCHA Stakes Champion, SJR Diamond Rey (Dual Rey x Shiners Diamond Girl x Shining Spark), shown by Corey Cushing for owner San Juan Ranch.

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n the mid 1980s, the National Reined Cow Horse Association Board of Directors went in search of a promotional program for reined cow horse stallions that consistently sired NRCHA performing offspring. Other performance associations had incentive programs, and the NRCHA wanted to develop a unique identity for reined cow horse stallions and their foals. That idea developed into the successful NRCHA Subscribed Stallion program, a far-reaching incentive that offers rewards from the show pen to the sale ring. It’s a simple concept. Stallion owners subscribe their sire, in order for the offspring of a specific foaling year to be

eligible to show in the NRCHA Stakes. This enrollment fee can be paid at any time, up through the foal crop’s 5-yearold year — although the subscription fee does increase annually as the foal crop ages. For each year that a stallion is enrolled, his foal crop from that year is eligible to show as a 4- and 5-yearold in the NRCHA Stakes, one of the premier limited-age events for reined cow horses. Annually, the Stakes boasts a payout of nearly $300,000, and only the offspring of enrolled stallions are eligible to compete. To show appreciation to the generous stallion owners, the NRCHA also presents a monetary award to the nomina-

tor of the sire of each Stakes division champion. The Subscribed Stallion program is far-reaching, as offspring of those stallions are also given priority at the prestigious NRCHA Sales at the Snaffle Bit Futurity in Reno, Nevada, each year. It’s a program that adds value to the entire industry and creates a support system for the reined cow horse breeder by strengthening the market for the offspring of enrolled stallions. The NRCHA helps promote Subscribed Stallions and their offspring on its web site, in the pages of the Reined Cow Horse News, and in the NRCHA Futurity Sales literature. As an example of the rewards awaiting offspring of Subscribed Stallions, the 2016 NRCHA Stakes Open Champion, SJR Diamond Rey (Dual Rey x Shiners Diamond Girl x Shining Spark), shown by Corey Cushing, won $36,452 for owner San Juan Ranch. The 2016 Stakes Non Pro Champion, Shannon McCarty, pocketed a $6,979 check when she rode her gelding Chicaroos Cat (Hick Chicaroo x Kat Five x High Brow Cat) to the win. The complete Subscribed Stallion program terms and conditions, and an enrollment form, are available in the Snaffle Bit Futurity Program and at www.NRCHA.com. Don’t miss out on your chance to add value to your stallion and his offspring!

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DISCOUNT TIRE RETURNS AS TITLE SPONSOR OF FUTURITY NON PRO DIVISIONS, BRINGING TOTAL ADDED MONEY TO $100,000 PRIMO MORALES

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or a third consecutive year, Discount Tire is supporting the National Reined Cow Horse Association Snaffle Bit Futurity Non Pro divisions with a sponsorship, which brings the total added money for the Non Pro, Intermediate Non Pro, Novice Non Pro and Amateur to an impressive $100,000. The NRCHA welcomed the Scottsdale, Arizona-based company, the world’s largest tire and wheel retailer, to its corporate partner family in 2014. “We are delighted to continue our relationship with Discount Tire, and we thank the company and its representatives, Wilson and Susan Lyle, for allowing us to maintain our Non Pro added money at a six-figure level for a third year here at the Snaffle Bit Futurity,” said NRCHA Executive Director Jay Winborn. “Maintaining attractive payouts is crucial to encouraging participation in our Premier Events, and thanks to Discount Tire and the Lyles, we are continuing to grow our association and the Non Pro divisions here at the Snaffle Bit Futurity.” With more than 900 stores in 28 states, Discount Tire, which does business under the name America’s Tire in parts of California, was founded by Bruce T. Halle in a rented building in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Day by day, the one-man operation grew into what is now one of the most recognized names in the industry. Everyone involved with the Discount/ America’s Tire organization adheres to

In 2015, the second year for Discount Tire to sponsor the Snaffle Bit Futurity Non Pro divisions, Laurie Richards rode Kiss Me A Lot (Master Getta x Kiss Me A Little x Smart Little Pepinic), to claim the $18,308 first-place Non Pro Futurity Championship.

a common thread: Treat customers and fellow employees with respect and fairness. Care for those in need, always do what is right, work hard, be responsible and have fun. National Reined Cow Horse Association competitors log thousands of miles on the road every show season, and they know what it means to have reliable tires, outstanding customer service and competitive pricing. Through their web sites, www.DiscountTire. com and www.AmericasTire.com, the company enables customers to locate stores, select tires and wheels, schedule appointments, sign up for discounts, and access safety tips and other useful information. The Discount Tire Interactive Wheel System allows cus-

tomers to visualize wheels on their vehicle prior to purchase. Besides its stellar reputation among its customer base and its active role with the NRCHA, Discount Tire also holds a place in the Guinness Book of World Records. The company’s iconic “Thank You” television commercial, which first aired in 1975, earned a place in the Guinness Book in 2005 as the longest-running TV commercial of all time. The original ten-second spot depicts an elderly woman hurling a tire through a Discount Tire store window as the voice-over says, “If ever you’re not satisfied with one of our tires, please feel free to bring it back. Thank you.” Learn more about Discount Tire on the web at www.DiscountTire.com.

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SAVE THE DATE

November 2-13, 2016 Will Rogers Memorial Center ∞ Fort Worth, Texas

WORLD CHAMPION CLASSES

JACKPOTTED CHALLENGE CLASSES -

∞ Amateur

$18,000 ADDED

∞ Limited Amateur (Boxing)

No qualifying required. Open to Regular Registry and Solid Paint-Bred horses with two Regular Registry Paint parents.

∞ Open (Junior & Senior)

∞ $7,500 Added - Open 4- & 5-Year-Old Challenge ∞ $7,500 Added - Non-Pro 4- & 5-Year-Old Challenge ∞ $3,000 Added - Non-Pro Limited Challenge (Boxing), All Ages

Entries accepted until 5 p.m. the day before the class. Enter by September 15 to avoid late penalties. For more information: apha.com/oawcs 817.222.8455 For qualifying information: apha.com/cowhorse

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By Stephanie Duquette

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Reined Cow Horse contestants at the 2016 National High School Finals Rodeo bring their ‘A’ game to Gillette, Wyoming, and represent big growth for the NRCHA’s future.

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he best relationships grow stronger over time, and the partnership between the National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA) and the National High School Rodeo Association (NHSRA), now in its second year, appears built to go the distance. One clear piece of evidence: the 112 youth Reined Cow Horse contestants who galloped into Gillette, Wyoming’s sprawling Cam-Plex Event Center July 17 -23 to vie for the 2016 National High School Finals Rodeo Championship. The field of contestants was up 10 percent over 2015, the first year Reined Cow Horse was offered. “This is our future. This is an investment in our future. I strongly believe, had we not formed a partnership with high school rodeo, in our lifetime, we could have seen the end of the reined cow horse because there was not an avenue to feed it,” said NRCHA Executive Director Jay Winborn.

Jayde Atkins of Broken Bow, Nebraska, won the 2016 National High School Finals Rodeo Reined Cow Horse Championship in Gillette, Wyoming. It was the second year for Reined Cow Horse to be part of the NHSRA event lineup.

Reined cow horse caught on quickly in the high school rodeo community, due to the event’s natural appeal and the widespread support it has received. “It’s taken more than a village to make this happen. It’s taken like the town of Manhattan. Our people on the NRCHA side have been absolutely fantastic. There are countless resources out there who have donated their time, their places, donated cattle, bought awards, given horses to kids so they could compete. It’s pretty amazing,” Winborn said.

A number of NRCHA Youth competitors crossed over to the NHSRA arena when Reined Cow Horse debuted last year, like Wyatt Fisher of Nipomo, California, who had a robust NRCHA earnings record of nearly $10,000 when he won the first NHSFR Reined Cow Horse Championship in 2015. Conversely, other youth had never heard of the NRCHA until they learned about it through high school rodeo. “I did not know anything about [the NRCHA]. I thought the National High

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School Rodeo Association made up the reined cow horse event,” said Opal Harkins of Billings, Montana. Once she discovered the NRCHA, Harkins embraced everything it had to offer. She began showing in NRCHA Youth classes and was elected as the National Reined Cow Horse Youth Association (NRCHYA) Reporter. “I really love all of it because it’s so new to me, but I have to say, going down the fence is the most fun thing I’ve ever done. It’s so much fun! I have been very happy about the merge between the NHSRA and the NRCHA,” Harkins said. Harkins was among the top 20 who qualified for the Reined Cow Horse short go in Gillette. She also credits her newfound cow horse skills for helping her win the 2016 NHSFR Queen Contest.

“It was so much fun to start doing something different than what I had done all my life with rodeo. It has helped me in every event. It has made me a better rider for barrel racing, it has made me a better rider for roping, and it has helped my horsemanship skills for the queen contest,” Harkins said. Bringing reined cow horse to the rodeo arena has stimulated new business for NRCHA professionals like Jeremy Knoles of North Platte, Nebraska, who coached the 2016 NHSFR Reined Cow Horse Champion, Jayde Atkins. “As soon as people found out that high school rodeo was going to offer cow horse, my phone started ringing. It was immediate. They started calling and coming to ride,” Knoles said. “It’s really helped my business, with selling horses and giving lessons.”

Horse industry veteran Bozo Rogers, a NRCHA Professional and top-rated 3A judge, scored the action at the NHSFR in Gillette. He has also observed the positive effect the high school rodeo partnership has had on the NRCHA economy. “The horse sales, the equipment sales, the lessons for the trainers. It’s a positive for everybody. The kids get exposed to a bigger overall view, with cow horse and rodeo. It’s pretty neat to see that they can start in such a positive way.” The NRCHA provides support for high school rodeo youth, including free clinics, instructional videos, printed materials, and access to NRCHA Professionals like Knoles, who have agreed to be High School Rodeo representatives for reined cow horse. Those resources helped NHSFR contestants improve over the past year, according to Sam Rose, a 3A

///// TOP OF HER GAME n her final year of National High School Rodeo eligibility, Jayde Atkins, 18, of Broken Bow, Nebraska, went out with a flourish, winning the Reined Cow Horse Championship and the All-Around Cowgirl title at the 2016 National High School Finals Rodeo in Gillette, Wyoming. In Reined Cow Horse, the collegebound rodeo athlete won the first goround and earned big enough scores in the second go-round to give her a 7.5 point lead in the field of 20 short go qualifiers. But even that cushion wasn’t enough to quell her nerves as she guided her 2003 gelding, Sonitas Last Dual (Dualin Jewels x Sonitas Ann x Sonitas Last), through the reining pattern. “The short go, loping into the arena, I kept telling myself to be calm. With all these kids who were throwing out big scores, it was pretty nerve wracking. I knew I was ahead, but I wanted to keep it. Coming through my pattern, I was worried about my horse a little too much. When I got through my first circles, changed leads, and went to my second set of

circles, I decided to trust him, and I put my hand down, and he worked even better,” she said. “Our stops were awesome. He always stops huge. The cow work was the fun part we all love, and for me personally, I felt it was the best I’d ever done. It was just awesome. It’s so much fun, and an adrenalin rush, and I came out not being able to breathe!” Her 146.5 in the short go rein work and 150.5 in the short go cow work not only earned Atkins a total 884.5 in the average for the National Championship buckle and trophy saddle; they also garnered prizes from the NRCHA and the National Reining Horse Association (NRHA). For her high scoring cow work, Atkins took home a buckle and a plaque from the NRCHA. For her high scoring rein work, she won a $2,500 scholarship from the Reining Horse Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the NRHA; and a Morrison bronze from the NRHA. “My horse is more of a fence horse, not a reining horse, and watching some of the kids who scored higher reining

scores than I did in the first two go-rounds, I figured that in the short go, I would try to have a solid reining score, have a big cow score, and hopefully win it. Winning both the rein work and the cow work is very humbling, and it proved to me that I can do it, and my horse is that good, and it’s just really cool. I’m excited,” Atkins said. Atkins also qualified for pole bending, cutting and barrel racing at the National High School Finals Rodeo, and her performances in Gillette earned her the All Around Cowgirl title and another trophy Jayde Atkins closed the book on her high school saddle. rodeo career with the Reined Cow Horse National Atkins and her parents, JB and Championship and the All-Around Cowgirl title. Sonya Atkins, have a history training and showing in the NRCHA. association was really awesome. We kind “My parents trained reined cow horses of threw it together at the last minute last for the futurities and derbies when I was year, like ‘oh gosh, we can cow horse,’ so little. When we started high school rodeo, we were pretty rusty, but this year I felt they quit so we could rodeo. To be able to like we were a lot better and ready for do the cow horse in the high school rodeo our runs.”

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Association President Ronnie Haslerig agreed, “I think the level of the horses and the competitors has improved over last year. I see kids here who could go to any reined cow horse event in the country and represent high school rodeo very well. The reined cow horse event will make our kids better horsemen. It will introduce them to the next level of being a horseman instead of just being a roper, and a better horseman will make

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NRCHA judge, who judged the NHSFR in 2015 and 2016. “There were some really good kids last year,” said Rose. “As a whole, the kids are showing better this year. They know the course, they know the setup for the cows, 99 percent of them are getting out of the corner a lot better, and it’s a great change from last year as far as the quality and the depth.” National High School Rodeo

Left: Champion NRCHA Professionals Brendon Clark and Phillip Ralls, both from California, offered a free clinic for reined cow horse contestants at the 2016 NHSFR in Gillette, Wyoming. Above: All 20 of the NHSFR short go qualifiers received an invitation to compete in the new High School Reined Cow Horse class at the NRCHA Celebration of Champions in Fort Worth, Texas, next February.

a better roper. We’re excited about our relationship with the National Reined Cow Horse Association, and we’re looking forward to a good future.”

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NATIONAL REINED COW HORSE ASSOCIATION

BREEDER DIRECTORY Aaron Ranch, Commerce, Texas, is Performance In Color, raising horses that can truly do it all. They are working to preserve the versatile Blue Valentine bloodline. Aaron Ranch is the home of legendary reined cow horse and cutting horse sire Peptoboonsmal. The ranch also proudly stands A Shiner Named Sioux, a two-time World Champion with earnings of more than $179,000—and Blind Sided, the 2013 Snaffle Bit Futurity Open Reserve Champion and 2015 NRCHA Stakes Open Champion. Aaron Ranch also supports the NRCHA as the title sponsor of the Aaron Ranch Cow Horse Classic Derby, held at the Celebration of Champions in Fort Worth, Texas. Visit Aaron Ranch on the web at www.AaronRanch.com.

DUAL R SMOKIN is a 2005 Quarter Horse stallion sired by NRCHA Million Dollar Sire Dual Rey, and out of the Peptoboonsmal daughter, Smokin Pepto. Dual R Smokin is an earner of more than $220,000 in the National Cutting Horse Association. Among his many titles is the 2011 NCHA Super Stakes Classic Non Pro Championship. Dual R Smokin is bred for success, with a pedigree that will bring strength to the cutting horse industry and lead to opportunities in the reining and reined cow horse industries as well. Dual R Smokin is under the guidance of Constance Jaeggi, owner of J5 Ranch Management, LLC, who has been working diligently to create an award-winning breeding program. She works in partnership with J5 Ranch resident trainer Chubby Turner, who assists in breeding, training and showing. Learn more about this outstanding performer and sire at www.JFiveRanch.com.

Michael and Michelle Miola built Silver Spurs Equine out of a passion for great horses and the sport of reining. Located in Cave Creek, Arizona, their world-class training and breeding facility is home to great stallions, including NRCHA Million Dollar Sire, Nic It In The Bud. Visit www.SilverSpursEquine.com to learn more.

Holy Cow Performance Horses, LLC, with locations in Santa Ynez, California, and Weatherford, Texas, has become a leading breeder and owner of reined cow horses, reining horses, and cutting horses. Breeding, raising and showing quality performance Quarter Horses is a passion at Holy Cow where dedication to raising quality performers that are world class in their respective fields is paramount. Holy Cow is home to some of the finest broodmares in the industry, including top reined cow horse producer Sheza Shinette. The stallion roster includes Shady Lil Starlight, Nabisco Roan, Once A Von A Time and Heza Shiney Kodo. Their sponsorship and support of the NRCHA includes the $50,000 added CD Survivor Memorial Bridle Spectacular, a showcase for the industry’s elite bridle horses, at the NRCHA Derby in Paso Robles, California. Learn more about Holy Cow Performance Horses at www.HolyCowPerformanceHorses.com.

NRCHA Breeder Sponsor, Smart Boons, is a stallion with lifetime show earnings of nearly $200,000. The red roan son of Peptoboonsmal is out of Smart Little Easter, a daughter of Smart Little Lena. He is owned by Eric and Wendy Dunn—and has been trained and shown for most of his career by NRCHA Million Dollar Rider Corey Cushing. The Dunns are very excited about Smart Boons’ future as a leading sire—and they invite you to share their passion! Learn more at www.SmartBoons.com.

Rogers Heaven Sent Ranch of Tucson, Arizona, was founded by the Rogers family in 2005, starting out with just two personal horses. Since then, Rogers Heaven Sent Ranch has grown into a full service facility, breeding and showing some of the best Quarter Horses the industry has to offer. Rogers Heaven Sent Ranch also maintains an organic alfalfa operation and they raise Certified Organic Black Angus Beef. Learn more about them on the web at www.RogersHeavenSentRanch.com.

Matthews Cutting Horses, owned and operated by Jeffrey and Sheri Matthews, is the home of NRCHA Million Dollar Sire One Time Pepto (Peptoboonsmal x One Time Soon x Smart Little Lena). Matthews Cutting Horses is well known for superior performance horse bloodlines. The Matthews’ breeding program is built on extraordinary pedigrees and exceptional performance. His first foals came of show age in 2010, and in 2014, One Time Pepto was the No. 1 NRCHA Sire. In 2015, he was the leading sire of NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity Sale horses. One Time Pepto’s performing foals have earned more than $10 million in all disciplines. Learn more about One Time Pepto at www.OneTimePepto.com. The Ward Ranch was founded in 1972 by NRCHA Hall of Fame member and Snaffle Bit Futurity Champion Greg Ward and his family. The Ward Ranch name is synonymous with great cow horses. Throughout its history, the Ward Ranch has produced more than 140 NRCHA Futurity Finalists including nine Open Champions and five Non Pro Champions. The Ranch also supports the National Reined Cow Horse Association by donating a royally bred raffle colt each year. Visit them on the web at www.WardRiverRanch.com. Already a superstar performer and sire in the National Cutting Horse Association, Metallic Cat (High Brow Cat x Chers Shadow x Peptoboonsmal), owned by Alvin and Becky Fults, is making a huge impression in the reined cow horse arena. With $637,711 in NCHA earnings, Metallic Cat is the highest money earner of all High Brow Cat offspring, and the highest money-earning NCHA aged event stallion in a 27 year history. Metallic Cat has sired moneyearners of more than $8 million, and is well on his way to becoming a NRCHA Million Dollar Sire, with champion offspring including Call Me Mitch (LTE $107,000-plus), Cats Picasso (LTE $83,000-plus), and Metallic Masterpiece (LTE $59,000-plus) dominating in the reined cow horse arena. For more information about Metallic Cat, visit his web site at http://www. MetallicCat.com. WWW.NRCHA.COM/SNAFFLE-BIT-FUTURITY

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Working to make your association stronger and more successful. Todd Bergen

President Todd Bergen is the only rider to achieve $2 Million earnings status in both the NRCHA and the National Reining Horse Association. He passed that milestone in both associations in 2015. His lifetime winnings in all disciplines exceed $4 million. He is a two-time NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity Open Champion, a threetime NRCHA Derby Open Champion, and a two-time NRCHA Stakes Open Champion. He is also a leading professional in the NRHA, winning the NRCHA Futurity Open Championship twice and the NRHA Derby three times. Todd lives in Eagle Point, Oregon, with his wife, Missy, and his children, Gavin, 11, and Halle, 9, where he owns and operates Todd Bergen Performance Horses, Inc. In his spare time, he enjoys snow skiing and waterskiing with his family.

Amanda Gardiner

Executive Committee The Red Hills of rural southwest Kansas is where Amanda Gardiner calls home. The lush grass provides forage for the cattle and horses of the Gardiner family’s dual operations: Gardiner Quarter Horses and Gardiner Angus Ranch. Amanda’s business background includes serving as the Marketing Director of a regional account firm, development and leadership of two not-for-profit organizations, and working within Gardiner Quarter Horses. Amanda and her husband, Garth, are both avid NRCHA non pro competitors. They have three children— Greysen, 13, Gage, 11, and Grace, 10.

Paul Bailey

Vice President Paul Bailey, Sparta, Tennessee, has been in the transportation/ warehousing business for nearly 30 years. Besides his service on the NRCHA Board of Directors, Paul is also a Tennessee State Senator and has been a member of the White County Board of Commissioners. Paul is an avid reined cow horse competitor, as is his wife, Amy, and their son, Caleb.

Jake Telford

Executive Committee Jake Telford began his career more than 15 years ago as a professional rope horse trainer and team roping competitor. His focus shifted to reined cow horses, but his love for riding and training has never weakened. In 2011, the Caldwell, Idaho, horseman joined the elite ranks of the NRCHA Million Dollar Riders, and says he is “completely humbled” by that distinction. For three years, from 2009 - 2011, Telford was the NRCHA’s highest money-earning rider. Jake and his wife Jessie, also a cow horse competitor, operate his training business and have two daughters, Shawny and Sierra.

Sandy Collier

Secretary Sandy Collier, inducted into the NRCHA Hall of Fame in 2014, began her riding career in an English saddle as a three-day event competitor. She became involved with reined cow horses in 1978, and has been an avid supporter of the NRCHA as a trainer, competitor, owner, AAA judge, and board member. For the past five years, she has chaired the Snaffle Bit Futurity Sales Committee, and has served on the Rules, Ethics, Limited Age Event, and Executive Committees. The Los Alamos, California, professional is the only woman to have won the Snaffle Bit Futurity Open Championship, a feat she accomplished in 1993. She was also Futurity co-Reserve Champion in 2001.

Trey Neal

Treasurer Trey Neal retired in 2013 from the banking and finance industry, though he remains an active consultant for financial services-related information technology projects. Trey joined the NRCHA Board of Directors as Treasurer in 2016. Fishing and horses are passions for Trey, and the multi-talented Texan is also a professional photographer, whose skills include portrait, action, and wildlife photography. The affinity for reined cow horses also extends to Trey’s wife, Sandra; the couple are dedicated NRCHA sponsors. The Neals’ daughter, Mattie, is a champion reined cow horse competitor with multiple world titles on her resume.

Todd Crawford

Executive Committee Raised in Mercer, Pennsylvania, Todd Crawford attended Findlay College in Ohio, graduating among the first class of students to complete the Bachelor of Science program established by legendary reining horse trainer Dale Wilkinson. After Todd finished his own formal education, he returned to teach at Findlay, and then established his own training facility in California more than 25 years ago. This successful trainer and his students have won more than three dozen world championship titles in three major performance horse associations. Todd achieved Million Dollar Rider status in the NRCHA in 2006, the same year he won the Snaffle Bit Futurity Open Championship. In 2011, he made history by becoming the NRCHA’s first $2 Million Rider. Todd and his wife, Pam, have two daughters, Carter and McKinnon.

Ted Robinson NRCHA Foundation Chairperson

Ted Robinson, Oak View, California, represents the National Reined Cow Horse Foundation on the Board of Directors. With seven NRCHA Futurity Open Championships and two World’s Greatest Horseman Championships on his resume, this NRCHA Hall of Fame member and Million Dollar Rider has broken numerous records and has been atop the reined cow horse industry for decades.

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Brad Barkemeyer

Board Member Since 1988, Brad Barkemeyer has been training horses for the public in a variety of disciplines. Growing up on the family ranch in Montana provided much opportunity for training colts and ranch horses, as well as establishing a quality foundation for performance horses in and out of the competition arena. From 1993 to 1997, Brad attended Montana State University furthering his education with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Agriculture Operations Technology. Brad was elected to the NRCHA Board of Directors in 2015. From colt starting to world class performance horses, Brad has been privileged to study under Buck Brannaman (renowned clinician), David Avery (AQHA roping horse trainer), Jake Barnes, Clay O’Brian Cooper, (7-time World Champion Team Ropers), and most recently Al Dunning (World Champion and trainer of reining, cutting and working cow horses). Brad conducts his training operation Bar B Performance Horses out of Bella Vista Ranch, in Scottsdale, Arizona, where he, his wife, Mindy, and sons, Bryce and Zane reside.

Jim Lane

Board Member Ohio native Jim Lane joined the NRCHA Board of Directors in 2016. He now lives in Whitesboro, Texas, where he owns and operates Jim Lane Equine Insurance Services. Jim started on the reining side of the Western performance horse industry, branching out to reined cow horses in recent years. He is an avid NRCHA non pro competitor, showing in both limited age events and horse show classes.

Joe Carter

Board Member The NRCHA Veterinarian, Joe Carter, DVM, was elected to the Board of Directors in 2015. Dr. Carter was raised west of Moore, Oklahoma, in an area known as the Ten Mile Flats (Quarter Horse racing area). In 1984 he graduated from Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine with honors. While in veterinary school, he was part of the team that performed the first equine embryo transfer at OSU-CVM (1983). In 1988, he established Oklahoma Equine Hospital to serve the greater Oklahoma City, Norman, and Purcell area. Dr. Carter has served as President of the Oklahoma Veterinary Medical Association, is the recipient of the Outstanding Equine Practitioner in Oklahoma award, as well as the OSU-CVM Distinguished Alumni Award. Dr. Carter is married to Terri Carter who owns and operates Carter Thoroughbred Sales Company. They were married in 1980 and have three children: Jessica, Matt and Rylie.

Dave Allen

Board Member Dave Allen was born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah. He graduated from Columbia Law School and worked as an attorney before venturing out to start several businesses. Dave is currently a Senior Project Manager for the Boyer Company (one of the largest real estate developers in the Westerns U.S.), and also continues as manager and owner of several businesses in the fields of ranching through Aspen Meadows Ranch (cattle, horses, and wildlife), real estate (commercial, residential, and recreational), and investments (securities and venture lending). Dave loves to bike, fish, ski and ride horses.

Dan Roeser

Board Member Dan Roeser has been a consistent NRCHA top 25 money-earning rider and has won futurity championships at numerous NRCHA affiliate events, including Utah, Magic Valley, and Central Idaho. He has won dozens of year-end championships in the Intermountain Reined Cow Horse Circuit, and has won the Open Bridle Championship at the prestigious Idaho Reined Cow Horse Association Futurity six times. In 2009, Dan won year-end championships in the Open Snaffle Bit, Open Derby, Open Hackamore, Open Bridle and Open Two Rein, a feat no other trainer has accomplished. Dan has consistently been one of the NRCHA’s top five Open Horse Show/ Special Event riders. For the past 20 years, Dan has served on the Board of Directors for the Idaho Quarter Horse Association, Idaho Reined Cow Horse Association, and the NRCHA. He has also been the president of those associations. He was also the driving force behind the NRCHA’s regional, affiliate, national, and world championship program, which has grown into the NRCHA Celebration of Champions. Dan operates his training facility, Roeser Ranch, in Marsing, Idaho.

Diane Edwards

Board Member Diane Edwards has deep roots in the reined cow horse industry. She and her husband, Jess Garvin, own and operate Two Bit Performance Horses in Renton, Washington. Diane is a dedicated NRCHA competitor, with a proven track record in limited age event competition aboard her futurity and derby horses, and in the horse show divisions where she has successfully competed in the hackamore, two rein and bridle classes. Diane’s leadership is evident through her involvement in the Northwest Reined Cow Horse Association and in the NRCHA, where she serves as the Non Pro Committee chairperson in addition to her service on the Board of Directors.

Jon Roeser

Board Member Jon Roeser has been breeding, training, and showing horses for more than three decades. With over 25 career championships, the NRCHA Million Dollar Rider and World’s Greatest Horseman has won the championship of every NRCHA Premier Event. Jon was raised with his three brothers on the family ranch in Idaho. The Roeser family’s patriarch, the late Jim Roeser, was a NRCHA Hall of Fame horseman and standout rodeo competitor. After apprenticing under another legendary NRCHA Hall of Fame trainer, Greg Ward, Jon built his own ranch, Jon Roeser Training Stables, in Lemoore, California. Jon has given clinics and judged reined cow horse events throughout the United States and Italy. He has served on the NRCHA Board of Directors alongside his brother, Dan, for 20-plus years and is deeply committed to preserving the NRCHA tradition while producing fun and exciting events and attracting new participants. Jon and his wife, Tanya, have four children: Clay, Gage, Tylar and Kelsi.

Jimmy Stickler

Board Member Jimmy Stickler, an accomplished NRCHA competitor and judge, operates Stickler Performance Horses at Greengate Ranch in San Luis Obispo, California. With his wife, Kim, and their kids, Shaley and Taite, Jimmy has managed the ranch since 2013. A graduate of Cal Poly State University in San Luis Obispo, Jimmy was raised on horseback. His parents were horse trainers, and he spent much of his youth at horse shows and rodeos. Jimmy has been an NRCHA Judge for 13 years, and recently added his American Quarter Horse Association judge’s credential to his impressive resume. Jimmy has judged NRCHA Premier Events including the Snaffle Bit Futurity, NRCHA Celebration of Champions/World’s Greatest Horseman, and American Quarter Horse Association World Championship Show.

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Head Scribe Tracey Hatakeyama Scribe 1 Allison Chapman Scribe 2 Sandy Jirkovsky Scribe 3 Russ Greathouse Scribe 4 Cindy Hershey Brown Show Manager Chris Jeter Assistant Show Manager Morgan Tweedy Awards Debbie Tweedy Cattle Boss Pat Russell Cattle Assistant Billy Mello Arena/Cattle Staff Cecil Hillerman Arena/Cattle Staff Reid Hillerman Cattle Practice Pen Andi Paul Cattle Supplier Dave Woods Arena Dirt Jim Kiser/Kiser Arena Specialists

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Media Stephanie Duquette Announcer Darren Moore Scoreboard Lori Getzwiller Photographer Primo Morales Videographer Jeremy Olsen Video Assistant Nathan Bouley Video Assistant Sara Tierney Video Assistant Mikayla Boge Video Assistant Taylor Carmichael Hall of Fame Video Production Lee Schneider Gate Official Leo Fourre Gate Official Tim Stewart EMT Jim Rauch Vendor Liaison/Parking Official Loren Morris Stabling Operations Mark (Jake) Jacobs This index is provided as a service. The publisher does not assume any liability for errors or omissions.

Idaho Reined Cow Horse Assn ......... 25 Todd Bergen Performance Horses ....................... 27 Aaron Ranch ..............................28, 29 Cowtrac Systems ............................ 31 Gist Silversmiths Inc ....................... 33 Estelle Roitblat ............................... 35 Matthews Cutting Horses LLC ....36, 37 Equibrand ....................................... 39 Nutrena Food Division ..................... 41 Silver Spurs Equine ....................42, 43 Triangle Bar V Ranch....................... 47 Back 2 Basics Horse Events, LLC ..... 49 Bob’s Custom Saddles..................... 51

San Juan Ranch .............................. 53 Rogers Heaven Sent Ranch ............. 55 Western Bloodstock .................. 57-61 The Nutro Company......................... 63 Twin Cities South ............................ 65 Holy Cow Performance Horses ..................68, 69 Tom Balding Bits and Spurs ............ 71 DT Horses LLC............................72, 73 JW Brooks Custom Hat Co .............. 77 NRCHA & Futurity Sponsors ........... 80 NRCHA............................................ 81 Rancho Del Sol ............................... 81 J Five Horse Ranch ....................82, 83 Discount Tire .............................88, 89

Spear D Ranch ...........................94, 95 DC Cow Horse Gear ......................... 97 Markel Insurance ...........................103 Dechra Veterinary Products............105 Quarter Horse News .......................107 Sponsors ............................... 112, 113 NCHA .............................................115 American Paint Horse Assn ............117 NRCHA...........................................120 Grand Sierra Resorts ......................121 Breeder Sponsors ..........................123 Don Rich Saddles...........................127 Bloomer Trailers ............................. C3 Cable Creek Ranches ...................... C4

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Name Susan S. Abel Andy B. Adams Randall D. Alderson Blue R. Allen Jeff Allen Lyn Anderson Mark A. Anderson Ron K. Anderson Karen R. Arlin Billy Arthur Lavert Avent David Avery B. J. Avila Bob C. Avila Jane A. Bagley Lance A. Baker Margo Lea Ball Brad W. Barkemeyer Paul E. Barnes Francesca Baron Maik Bartmann Gary A. Baumer Jaime C. Beamer Michael W. Bednarek Chris C. Benedict Darren N. Bilyea Jack A. Bingham Ron Bluett Mario Boisjoli Robin M. Bond Jan Boogaerts Ricky Bordignon John W. Boudreaux Sarah A. Bradley Donnie Bricker Aaron C. Brookshire Brenda H. Brown Cyndi L. Brown Stephen F. Brown Tom B. Buckingham Rod L. Burr Brandon C. Buttars Kathy Callahan-Smith Bill B. Campbell Antonino Cancellieri Christie L. Capik Marvin “Butch” Carse Joe A. Carter Allison Chapman (Blevins) Dolly R. Chayer Rick Chayer Justin K. Cherry Ian A. Chisholm Berry Clanton Billy Cochrane Sandra M. Collier Jill L. Cook Dawn Coons Cal Cooper Debbie P. Cooper Abby Cosenza

City Lamoille Gerber Sharpsville Alamosa Omaha Madera Granbury Calgary Escalon Merced Elbert Amarillo Temecula Temecula Dimmitt Amarillo Fort Collins Scottsdale Minden Grass Valley D-67574 Osthofen Chowchilla Lipan Jamesville Weatherford Wabasca Glen Ellen Adolphus Gig Harbor San Marcos 2260 Westerlo I-36100 Vicenza VI Abbeville Richmond Temecula Simi Valley Temecula Gainesville Findlay Bruneau Turlock Snowville Temecula Dutton San Nattaro Sesia Orland Davenport Saint George Templeton Sperry Sperry New Plymouth Weatherford Tehachapi Sanger Los Alamos Erie Cat Spring Phoenix Cave Creek Scottsdale

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Email ssabel@citlink.net eightycutter@yahoo.com randallald@aol.com blueallen@gojade.org jeffallenquarterhorses@yahoo.com Lsanderson@wildblue.net markbernie5@yahoo.com ron.anderson@hotmail.ca K.Arlin@hmclause.com billyarthur57@icloud.com laperformancehorses@yahoo.com dkavery13@gmail.com norestforthewicked@aol.com bobavila@bobavila.net bagleyperformancehorses@gmail.com labaker3@suddenlink.net margolball@aol.com bbarkemeyer@hotmail.com barnescutting@aol.com francescabaron@aol.it info@VineyardRanch.com gbcowhorses@gmail.com jaimebeamer@yahoo.com sbednarek@windstream.net chrisb6080@gmail.com dbilyea@hotmail.ca rbluett@att.net marioboisjoli@gmail.com robinbondequine@gmail.com boogaerts.jan@pandora.be ricky.bordignon@libero.it agnesplantation@bellsouth.net sarahsambradley@aol.com brickerponies@aol.com abrookshirecowhorses@gmail.com don@hvacaircommand.com flexgirl10@hotmail.com sbrown@findlay.edu tcbsbucks@msn.com rodburrperformancehorses@gmail.com 27cowhorse@gmail.com kcsequestrian@aol.com campbelltraining@yahoo.com cowboy04@libero.it capiklady@gmail.com bcarse818@verizon.net j.carter@execulink.com allisoncblevins@yahoo.com dollychayer@sbcglobal.net dollychayer@sbcglobal.net cherryperformancehorses@gmail.com ianchisholm@sbcglobal.net escueladelosviejos@gmail.com wocochrane@yahoo.com sandy@sandycollier.com cookcowhorse@gmail.com dcoons2004@aol.com calcooper14@gmail.com coop2479@aol.com cabbysilver@aol.com

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Marc A. Cosenza Camille H. Courtney Jeremy Cox Dee Craig Frank E. Craighead Todd Crawford Tom E. Crowley Michael C. Damianos Chris C. Dawson Lee C. Deacon Shawn S. Deal Augusto DeFazio Laurel Walker Denton Russell A. Dilday David J. Dillman Nicholas S. Dowers Frederick M. Drayer Janette M. Dublin Jim Dudley Al Dunning Ron E. Emmons Bill Enk Kathie Ferrante Buddy B. Fisher Tony M. Fisher Juli Fitch Todd D. Fitch Jimmy A. Flores Jack E. Forsberg Leo W. Fourre Enrico Giaretta Taylor C. Gillespie David W. Glaser Mona Goransson Jake D. Gorrell Jerry D. Gorrell Carl Gould Benny R. Guitron Mark E. Guynn Derek Hanscome Philipp M. Haug Susanne Haug Terrill Heaton Robin L. Henrichs Jay G. Henson Jason R. Hershberger James F. Hitt Linda K. Hitt Geoff M. Hoar Jay Holmes Wayne Holt Jan Hoskin Hay T. Scott Hulme Doug Huls Bobby Hunt Bobby C. Ingersoll Doug R. Ingersoll Mary K. Ingwerson Lyle A. Jackson Caleb J. Jantz Chris D. Jeter Sandy L. Campbell Jirkovsky Lance B. Johnston Ann Judge Robbin Jung W Michael Jung Bob J. Kail Larry H. Kasten Bruce F. Keller Rod Kelley

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ropenyogi@gmail.com ccourtney@ranchocortinaproperties.com coxjammie@yahoo.com deecraig2@aol.com frankcraighead@yahoo.com ride@crawfordperformancehorses.com tom.crowley@ministryhealth.org MichaelDamianos@roadrunner.com dawsonperformancehorses@gmail.com leedeacon89@gmail.com sdealperformancehorses@gmail.com ottodefazio@yahoo.it barubarranch@gmail.com russell@dildayranch.com ddillman68@hotmail.com jmerlino05@hotmail.com frederickdrayer@wildblue.net jmsteffl63@gmail.com jimdudleyqh@hotmail.com al@aldunning.com ladonadare@me.com enk.bill@gmail.com ferranteranch@aol.com fisherbb@prodigy.net tstsfisher@gmail.com tfranch@hotmail.com tfranch@hotmail.com jfloresph@aol.com m_forsberg@comcast.net sharon4a2@aol.com enrico.giaretta@k-adriatica.it taylorcarlile@yahoo.com dhranch@spro.net quarter.hill@telia.com jake@jakegorrell.com jerry@snakeriverprop.com GouldTraining@sti.net bennyguitron@comcast.net gtcllc@earthlink.net dphans@hotmail.com info@pm-haug.de susanne_haug@t-online.de terrillheaton@gmail.com henrichsrl@gmail.com wbarhtrainingstables@yahoo.com jnhershberger@msn.com jimhittreg8@msn.com jimlinhitt@msn.com ghoar@airenet.com rhondajjj@msn.com holtranch1@gmail.com aussiedog3@msn.com hulmetraining@hotmail.com doughulsscc@gmail.com huntb281@aol.com bobby@bobbyingersoll.com ingersollranch@hotmail.com maryingwers@aol.com lj@lylejackson.com jantzcaleb@gmail.com cdjeter@msn.com jbarstraining@charter.net tammyj04@msn.com annjudgewegener@netecin.net junghorses@hotmail.com junghorses@hotmail.com bobkail@hotmail.com lhdgkasten@gmail.com brucekeller1252@gmail.com annafanna1@embarqmail.com

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Brad W. Kelsall Tony S. Kennedy Donna H. King Jeremy S. Knoles Ramona J. Koch Brigitte Kuenzel Cindy Lapp Jan Larsen Eugenio Latorre Teresa J. Lauth Fredy Laval Patrice A. Lee Rick LeMay Mike W. Lund Morgan R. Lybbert Lisa D. Macauley Bill H. Martin Gary J. Martinez Filippo Masi Mark P. Matson Rick D. Maxson Dan E. Mayer Robert Cody McArthur Shaun T. McBride Jim McCarty Tami L. McClure Sunni Ann McCormick Carl McCuistion Karen McCuistion Chele A. McGauly Jay McLaughlin Kathleen L. McPhaul Jeremy Meador Alessandro Meconi Kevin R. Meyer Bonnie Miller Darren L. Miller Mike E. Miller Allen R. Mitchels Jacky Molliex-Donjon Alessandro Monaldi James L. Montgomery Peter A. Morgan Tom E. Neel Ricky Nicolazzi Darrel J. Norcutt Connie C. O’Brien Jamie L. Olson Gay Lynn Owens Bradley A. Pagh John S. Palleria John R. Pascoe Jason M. Patrick Dema M. Paul Jim H. Paul, Sr. Bret J. Paulick Will E. Pennebaker Jamie L. Peters Jerry Peters Marilyn G. Peters Laurie S. Petkus Jill Pierre John L. Pipkin Kenda G. Pipkin Samuele Poli Billy Prather Smoky Pritchett Kenny E. Pugh, Sr. John J. Quinlan Vicki K. Radtke

Ocala Tuppers Plains Brea North Platte Paicines Hosenruck Yucca Valley Kalispell Caatellbell i El vilar Eyota St Laurent de Vaux Frederick Torre-Pachezo Murcia Atascadero Valley View Oakdale Morgan Mill Longmont Monteroni D’Arbia Temecula Monkey Island Ephraim Strathmore Mount Sterling Murrieta Caldwell Hemet Wilson Wilson Elm Grove Commerce Golden Star Castel Gandolfo Rome Douglas Lady Lake Watkins Collinston Michigan City Villette d’Anthon Corciano Bountiful Reddick Millsap Grass Valley Fallon Winnemucca Bloomfield Creston Ocala Eagle Irvine Steamboat Springs Cave Creek Cave Creek Erda Wilton Edmond Kiowa Edmond Carmel Valley Red Bluff Amarillo Amarillo Sarzana La Spezia Camden Red Bluff Akron Holyoke Syracuse

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bradkelsall@yahoo.com lonesomeoakranch@windstream.net westcoastrein51@gmail.com jsknoles@yahoo.com ramona.koch@live.com brigitte.kuenzel@horsehillcenter.ch callenlapp@aol.com traildiva@hughes.net eugenioreiners@gmail.com barlstable@aol.com fredylaval@orange.fr pattilee782@gmail.com lemayqh@hotmail.com lunds5@hotmail.com mrlybbert@gmail.com lmacauleyhorses@gmail.com svtcgary@yahoo.com Filippomasi67@gmail.com matsonperformance@hotmail.com rickmaxson@hotmail.com danmayer1@hotmail.com mcarthur76@gmail.com smcbride1313@gmail.com jim@mccartyranch.com mcluretrainingstables@live.com sundogger@ymail.com mccqh@brightok.net mccqh@brightok.net threeriversqh@aol.com jmjaym874@aol.com mcphaulkathleen@gmail.com jeremymeador@gmail.com info@alexmeconi.com Kmeyer@mantzcreekhorses.com bjmhorses@aol.com dmillerstables@aol.com mikemillerhorsemanship@gmail.com allenmitchels@yahoo.com jmolliex@gmail.com alessandro.monaldi@tiscali.it jtmontgomery@live.com mbscr@hotmail.com neelranch@gmail.com anna.nicolazzi@gmail.com darrel@berneyrealty.com obrien@winnemucca.net micaolson@yahoo.com owensqh@msn.com slideforever@aol.com jpalleria@yahoo.com john@pascoecpa.com horses@whisperingwillowsranch.com p.dema@att.net p.dema@att.net bpaulick@msn.com will@californiacowhorses.com jpcowgirl1@hotmail.com jerry.h.peters@gmail.com mare8000@msn.com lpetkus@outlook.com jilliesu@gmail.com jpipkin@wwdb.org jpipkin@wwdb.org samisaranch@alice.it bpquarterhorses@bellsouth.net smoky@smokypritchett.com kpugh1938@gmail.com jqranchhorse@gmail.com vradtke@hotmail.com

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Aaron T. Ralston Marilyn K. Randall Wade J. Reaney Guillermo Recio Trigg C. Rentfro Anne M. Reynolds Gary Reynolds Roy A. Rich Enrico Righetti Dan S. Roeser Fielding (Bozo) H. Rogers Pam R. Rose Sam M. Rose Rusty R. Ruby Bill J. Sanguinetti Debby M. Sanguinetti Lance R. Scheffel Markus Schopfer Zeph P. Schulz Pamela Scott Roy Sharpe Lance Shields Dennis H. Sigler Andrea J. Simons Karl D. Smith Robert J. Smith, III John S. Snyder Jim W. Spence Brandon T. Staebler Gary S. Stark Shane L. Steffen Harvey D. Stevens Timothy W. Stewart Jimmy R. Stickler Peter Swales Mauro Taccia Anthony S. Taormino Carol L. Telford Jake A. Telford Becky A. Terrell R David Terrell Ryan M. Thomas Terry R. Thompson Les M. Timmons Betsy Tuckey John C. Tuckey Tim Unzicker Jeffry J. Veitch T.E. Vinci Carlo Volpi Allen R. Walton Lori L. Walton Brady E. Weaver Gary W. Webb Gary Wells Wayne W. Whitehead Daniel A. Wildin Doug Williamson Todd D. Williamson Maryann Willoughby Betty O. Wilson Cayley R. Wilson Richard W. Winters Deb S. Witty Ken L. Wold Debra J. Wright Nancie K. Wright Liz Younger

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I, the undersigned, have read and understand the National Reined Cow Horse Association Non Pro definitions and rules and will abide by them. I also understand that if there is a change in my status or eligibility that I must inform the National Reined Cow Horse Association within 30 days of that change. I understand that my Non Pro application will be reviewed by the Non Pro Committee and may be reviewed by the NRCHA Board of Directors and their decision shall be final.

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NON PRO DECLARATION Applicant Name (please print): _______________________________________________ Occupation: _____________________________ This form must be completed prior to entering applicant’s first NRCHA Non Pro class. In the case of a youth, the legal custodian must complete the declaration. Before submitting your application, please carefully read and answer the following statements, as well as read and sign the Non Pro Code of Conduct and Ethics. NOTE: If the following statements are not answered or it is not signed, your declaration will not be accepted and will be returned to you for completion. Non Pro status is extended on a temporary basis and is subject to revocation pending approval by the Non Pro Committee. Non Pro status will be null and void if it is determined that you do not qualify under NRCHA Non Pro conditions, as defined in the NRCHA Rulebook. A Non Pro Card will not be issued until all requirements are satisfied. 1) Have you earned more than $750 in earnings down the fence? (for eligibility)

m Yes

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2) Within the past 5 years, have you given lessons for remuneration?

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m No

3) Within the past 5 years, have you shown, trained, or assisted in the training of a horse not owned by you or an immediate family member for remuneration?

m Yes

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4) Within the past 5 years, have you accepted payment of entry fees and/or expenses for horse(s) that you have ridden that was not owned by you or an immediate family member?

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5) Do you reside on, work for, are publicly identified with or derive monetary remuneration, directly or indirectly, from a horse training facility or equine science program?

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If you answered “yes” to any of the above, please explain below with specific dates as to when you started and/or stopped any of the above. Please use a separate sheet of paper if necessary. A. Relationship to operation of a horse training facility: B. Explanation of any statements answered “yes” above:

NON PRO CODE OF CONDUCT & ETHICS I, the undersigned, agree to act with the utmost of integrity while participating in the sport of Cow Horse and NRCHA events. I understand that an NRCHA Non Pro Card is a privilege and not a right, and that I may be required to submit my card for review of applicability at any time. Furthermore, I understand that so long as I hold a Non Pro card, it is my responsibility to be aware of and abide by the most current Non Pro Conditions set forth in the NRCHA Rulebook. By signing this agreement, I specifically agree to: • Understand and be bound by all rules of the NRCHA as set forth in the annual NRCHA Rulebook. • Abide by the show conditions set forth at all NRCHA approved shows. • Act with honesty and transparency when purchasing horses as well as competing at NRCHA events. • Ensure the welfare of the horses I show and treat those horses humanely, and with dignity and compassion. • Refrain from violating the Non Pro Conditions as set forth in the annual NRCHA Rulebook. • Represent the NRCHA by refraining from any action that discredits the sport, or the association. • Accept the decisions set forth by the NRCHA Board of Directors. By signing below, I ACCEPT the rules and regulations relating to Non Pro membership in the NRCHA, and affirm the truth of all statements above. I also affirm that I have read and agree to abide by the Non Pro Code of Conduct and Ethics. Signature:

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AFFILIATE LISTING Alberta Reined Cow Horse Association

Shawna Husted Box 51 Acme, AB T0M 0A0 CANADA Phone: 403-875-1369 Email: info@cowhorse.ca Website: www.albertareinedcowhorse.ca

Arizona Reined Cow Horse Association

Margaret Green 2932 E Vista Dr Phoenix, AZ 85032 Phone: 602-992-9652 Email: azrcha@gmail.com Website: www.azrcha.com

Associacao Nacional De Working Cow Horse Karol Rodrigues Rancho Karoline, Caixa Postal 199 Avare/SP/Brazil 18701-971 Phone: BRAZIL +55 119-98365576 Email: anchbrasil@gmail.com Website: www.anch.com.br

Atlantic Reined Cow Horse Association Tom Iannotti 263 Friendship Rd Monroeville, NJ 08343 Phone: 609-605-7448 Email: friendshipfarm@hotmail.com Website: www.atlanticRCHA.com

California Cow Horse Association

Russ Greathouse PO Box 296 Edison, CA 93220 Phone: 559-960-9840 Email: russg06@gmail.com Website: www.californiacowhorse.com

Canadian Coast Reined Cow Horse Association Katie Wilson 1280 Powerhouse Rd. Abbotsford, BC V3G 1T7 Phone: CANADA 604-300-3545 Email: cowponykate@gmail.com Website: www.ccrcha.com

Central Idaho Reined Cow Horse Association

Charlotte Robertson PO Box 514 Arco, ID 83213 Phone: 208-527-3986 Email: cowhorses@atcnet.net

Central Montana Reined Cow Horse Association

Jill Roberts 1521 Parr Creek Ln Lewistown, MT 59457 Phone: 406-538-7564 Email: vjroberts@hughes.net Website: www.centralmontanarcha.com

Colorado Reined Cow Horse Association

Jerry Peters PO Box 535 Kiowa, CO 80117 Phone: 303-621-9625 Email: jerry_h_peters@gmail.com Website: www.coloradoreinedcowhorse.com

European Reined Cow Horse Association Laura Ruffino-Vercellino Via Ghiardi 1 San Martino Canavese, 10010 Phone: ITALY +39 3471104168 Email: spotlightnic@hotmail.it Website: www.ercha.org

Gulf Coast Cow Horse Association

Paul Kaskey 6329 Old Court St North Port, FL 34291 Phone: 941-256-4760 Email: paulkaskey@aol.com Website: www.gulfcoastcowhorse.com

Idaho Reined Cow Horse Association

Jerry & Shirley Beukelman 3398 Can Ada Rd Nampa, ID 83687 Phone: 208-250-5200 Email: sursur@aol.com Website: www.idahoreinedcowhorse.com

Italian Reined Cow Horse Association Ottavia Guerriero c/da Dragonara 28 Potenza, Basilicata Phone: ITALY +39 340 5303689 Email: nrchaofitaly@gmail.com Website: https://nrchaofitaly.com

Magic Valley Reined Cow Horse Association Mike Zebarth PO Box 5956 Twin Falls, ID 83303 Phone: 208-423-9055 Email: info.mvrcha@gmail.com Website: www.mvrcha.com

Montana Reined Cow Horse Futurity, Inc

Margaret Ore PO Box 1604 East Helena, MT 59635 Phone: 406-227-7019 Email: more@mt.net Website: www.montanareinedcowhorse.com

Nevada Reined Cow Horse Association Tina Frisch 2036 Surrey Ln Las Vegas, NV 89119 Phone: 702-204-9277 Email: nevadaRCHA@gmail.com Website: www.nrcha.org

New York Reined Cow Horse Association Cindy Pfeifer 6040 Clearly Rd. Livonia, NY 14487 Phone: 585-749-1764 Email: ppfeifer@rochester.rr.com Website: www.newyorkrcha.com

North Central Reined Cow Horse Association Deb Matko 14221 Furman St. NE Forest Lake, MN 55025 Phone: 612-860-6371 Email: chuckles@visi.com Website: www.ncrcha.com

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AFFILIATE LISTING Northeastern Reined Cowhorse Alliance

Mary Baks 13 Maple Hill Rd RR #2 Walkerton, ON N0G 2V0 Phone: CANADA 519-881-8684 Email: info@northeasternreinedcowhorsealliance.com Website: www.northeasternreinedcowhorsealliance.com

Northwest Reined Cow Horse Association Diane Edwards 15409 203rd Ave SE Renton, WA 98059 Phone: 425-226-6376 Email: diane2bph@outlook.com Website: www.nwrcha.com

Oregon Reined Cow Horse Association

Southern California Reined Cow Horse Association Christy McSweeny PO Box 313 Winchester, CA 92596 Phone: 714-785-1333 Email: ltht@airenetworks.com Website: www.scrcha.com

Southwest Reined Cow Horse Association Gay Lenz 11587 Hunt Lane Guthrie, OK 73044 Phone: 405-818-7556 Email: horseshowtack@cox.net Website: www.srcha.org

Kelly Doherty 68812 Wilson Ln. Boardman, OR 97818 Phone: 541-481-2866 Email: odohertycattleco@machmedia.net Website: www.oregonreinedcowhorse.com

The Carolinas Reined Cow Horse Association

Pacific Coast Quarter Horse Association

Tri State Ranch and RCHA

Jane Goddard 560 Wall Street #A Auburn, CA 95603 Phone: 530-823-5991 Email: jane@pcqha.com Website: www.pcqha.com

Panhandle Reined Cow Horse Association Zeb Corvin PO Box 1053 Canyon, TX 79015 Phone: 806-517-1205 Email: zmcorvin@juno.com Website: www.panhandlecowhorse.com

Crystal Ward-Taylor 130 Haigler Rd Lenoir, NC 28645 Phone: 828-312-2705 Email: cward@carolinafarmcredit.com Sarah Lawrence PO Box 186 Nancy, KY 42544 Phone: 606-425-1198 Email: arhacontact@aol.com

Utah Reined Cow Horse Association Misty Castagno 149 Waterhole Way Grantsville, UT 84029 Phone: 435-830-1440 Email: clintmisty07@gmail.com Website: www.urcha.org

South Dakota Reined Cow Horse Association Deb Brown PO Box 655 Buffalo, SD 57720 Phone: 605-797-4514 Email: nphorses@sdplains.com Website: www.sdrcha.com

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Top Riders for Open LAE Eligibility in 2016 Riders listed in the Top 20 (above the line) are NOT eligible for the Intermediate Open LAE in 2016.

Rank

Rider Name

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50

Corey D. Cushing Chris C. Dawson Zane P. Davis Jake A. Telford Todd A. Bergen Phillip J. Ralls Kelby L. Phillips Jay McLaughlin Todd Crawford Erin L. Taormino Boyd J. Rice Nicholas S. Dowers John C. Swales Matt J. Koch Lukas J. Jones Nicolas Barthelemy Anne M. Reynolds Justin T. Wright Jake D. Gorrell Doug Williamson Brandon C. Buttars Ron E. Emmons Tucker J. Robinson Monica J. Caetano Sarah L. Dawson Ken L. Wold Robert Cody McArthur Justin E. Lawrence Robert Chown Ron Ralls Randy J. Paul Clayton M. Edsall Shawn D. Hays Mark A. Sigler Wade J. Reaney Brad L. Lund Kyle Trahern Cayley R. Wilson Ted Robinson Lance B. Johnston Jon Roeser Trent S. Pedersen Monty L. Bruce Robert C. Forst Bobby E. Lewis Russell A. Probert Mark A. Luis Jason Gay Ben Baldus Jay Holmes

2013

2014

2015

Sum of Earnings

$147,072.86 $164,158.32 $101,200.07 $88,329.01 $69,531.63 $31,722.96 $121,318.28 $90,108.01 $69,249.64 $7,177.80 $40,137.28 $114,282.40 $19,889.50 $56,772.86 $41,707.94 $5,504.63 $66,059.02 $32,122.96 $69,343.51 $47,499.92 $45,654.04 $14,214.04 $17,003.17 $11,825.00 $0.00 $32,522.61 $8,390.05 $25,978.22 $12,753.84 $2,315.32 $766.67 $24,043.10 $9,441.14 $4,289.05 $16,259.85 $25,161.86 $228.67 $2,227.60 $17,850.00 $14,175.33 $5,746.78 $8,388.92 $20,611.15 $9,347.47 $8,500.00 $8,688.00 $7,852.60 $960.00 $5,813.00 $21,069.01

$196,711.18 $112,386.45 $160,919.17 $51,265.82 $140,899.97 $100,055.27 $63,460.63 $46,870.82 $64,098.14 $58,638.85 $88,442.41 $40,827.00 $57,603.16 $20,366.20 $38,819.88 $10,669.75 $9,655.25 $30,972.84 $27,745.33 $40,654.88 $27,032.36 $40,859.52 $53,973.74 $40,989.44 $0.00 $29,553.04 $5,036.99 $24,219.63 $22,111.27 $29,443.27 $13,167.97 $16,382.87 $13,639.28 $17,376.51 $22,402.53 $18,125.79 $28,898.06 $12,989.43 $14,903.88 $24,342.96 $23,544.69 $399.88 $20,639.82 $18,091.59 $23,042.53 $4,361.78 $22,123.84 $2,030.67 $15,459.88 $6,244.09

$76,236.59 $122,181.19 $105,599.54 $149,678.44 $77,289.77 $110,402.17 $48,958.18 $82,057.20 $55,779.35 $114,280.45 $46,592.77 $19,394.88 $81,168.69 $65,157.89 $51,815.50 $106,590.38 $32,560.30 $43,795.05 $4,734.12 $566.80 $10,879.21 $27,570.72 $11,064.01 $27,759.38 $76,314.24 $9,808.54 $57,868.91 $19,434.06 $34,358.67 $24,746.19 $42,162.58 $15,627.53 $30,926.68 $32,012.40 $13,943.48 $6,803.66 $20,196.88 $33,958.73 $12,001.86 $4,559.13 $13,218.20 $33,657.46 $1,154.04 $13,350.23 $7,685.85 $25,574.17 $7,779.63 $34,680.94 $16,291.13 $9,603.34

$420,020.64 $398,725.96 $367,718.78 $289,273.27 $287,721.37 $242,180.40 $233,737.09 $219,036.03 $189,127.13 $180,097.10 $175,172.45 $174,504.28 $158,661.35 $142,296.95 $132,343.32 $122,764.76 $108,274.57 $106,890.85 $101,822.96 $88,721.60 $83,565.61 $82,644.28 $82,040.92 $80,573.82 $76,314.24 $71,884.19 $71,295.95 $69,631.91 $69,223.78 $56,504.78 $56,097.22 $56,053.50 $54,007.10 $53,677.96 $52,605.86 $50,091.31 $49,323.61 $49,175.76 $44,755.74 $43,077.42 $42,509.66 $42,446.26 $42,405.01 $40,789.29 $39,228.38 $38,623.95 $37,756.07 $37,671.61 $37,564.01 $36,916.44

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Top Riders for Non Pro LAE Eligibility in 2016 Riders listed in the TOP 12 (above the first line) are NOT eligible for the Intermediate Non Pro LAE in 2016.

Rank

Rider Name

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50

Tammy Jo Hays Jayson J. Fisher Laurie Ward Elizabeth G. Kania Dave A. Ferguson Stuart C. Bozeman Parke S. Greeson Amanda E. Gardiner Shannon M. McCarty Bubba M. Petty Toni M. Hagen Heath Brent W. Ratliff Kathy L. Wilson Keri L. Hudson-Reykdal Tyler G. Burkey Bart F. Holowath Terry S. Forst Grant F. Lindaman II Robert M. Miller Eric M. Freitas Karey E. Franz Lyle G. Proctor Debby M. Sanguinetti Jennifer A. Neel Kenneth J. Schueller Robbie C. McKay Stacey Purzycki Molly Russell Wilder Jones Stephen A. Silva Randy J. Gamble Bill Tointon Suzon W. Schaal Shannon L. Haskins Linda R. Wood Michelle D. Strickland CJ Murphy Gregg Lafitte Carmen Buckingham Gene A. Armstrong Ramona L. Wold Cynthia L. Bias Paul G. Wilinski Harry C. De Haan Jeff Garijo Brent G. Lester Sandra W. Kaskey John E. Showalter Steve Hoar Marjie Robinson

2013 $32,284.40 $38,962.19 $23,842.29 $11,328.76 $18,984.18 $32,860.25 $2,358.90 $8,896.18 $3,225.44 $10,679.99 $5,086.24 $10,496.75 $8,474.71 $0.00 $10,684.23 $8,220.91 $420.00 $18,233.03 $0.00 $5,520.98 $10,545.55 $1,110.42 $9,438.39 $14,512.47 $6,725.17 $0.00 $0.00 $1,150.50 $810.00 $0.00 $1,080.00 $2,645.93 $2,822.00 $10,238.48 $4,765.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $7,711.96 $0.00 $6,084.37 $0.00 $3,851.13 $0.00 $5,990.75 $6,452.73 $3,744.70 $0.00 $0.00

2014 $47,797.50 $19,000.36 $10,096.90 $8,179.21 $5,412.16 $4,767.00 $28,919.55 $9,121.11 $29,002.32 $13,719.26 $18,104.42 $9,156.15 $15,873.68 $4,837.24 $1,134.00 $16,280.74 $421.60 $6,838.80 $24,887.32 $11,344.85 $13,095.38 $5,639.92 $5,577.05 $3,708.32 $4,992.30 $12,686.05 $12,821.07 $18,490.16 $17,444.56 $858.33 $12,757.38 $1,627.44 $7,573.21 $1,470.80 $5,906.60 $4,438.00 $2,160.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $5,166.50 $0.00 $2,557.10 $1,664.00 $0.00 $1,178.68 $0.00

2015

Sum of Earnings

$17,352.25 $10,311.26 $24,913.15 $33,870.58 $22,206.27 $3,271.32 $7,364.94 $20,071.52 $3,790.06 $11,123.37 $9,605.92 $12,469.78 $6,274.43 $22,055.58 $14,769.06 $1,137.28 $24,719.80 $0.00 $171.81 $7,923.83 $449.88 $16,847.44 $7,823.25 $4,575.32 $9,549.58 $7,843.56 $7,319.08 $0.00 $0.00 $16,129.29 $800.00 $9,579.55 $3,296.10 $922.18 $1,883.36 $8,021.45 $9,779.76 $11,533.76 $11,519.32 $2,754.61 $10,460.89 $4,122.20 $9,833.80 $694.29 $9,575.90 $826.95 $917.16 $5,111.73 $7,508.60 $8,483.69

$97,434.15 $68,273.81 $58,852.34 $53,378.55 $46,602.61 $40,898.57 $38,643.39 $38,088.81 $36,017.82 $35,522.62 $32,796.58 $32,122.68 $30,622.82 $26,892.82 $26,587.29 $25,638.93 $25,561.40 $25,071.83 $25,059.13 $24,789.66 $24,090.81 $23,597.78 $22,838.69 $22,796.11 $21,267.05 $20,529.61 $20,140.15 $19,640.66 $18,254.56 $16,987.62 $14,637.38 $13,852.92 $13,691.31 $12,631.46 $12,554.96 $12,459.45 $11,939.76 $11,533.76 $11,519.32 $10,466.57 $10,460.89 $10,206.57 $9,833.80 $9,711.92 $9,575.90 $9,374.80 $9,033.89 $8,856.43 $8,687.28 $8,483.69

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SUBSCRIBED STALLIONS Stallion

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Oh Cay Quixote Olena Oak Once A Von A Time One Fine Vintage One Smart Response One Time Pepto One Time Royalty Paddys Irish Whiskey Peppinic Peptoboonsmal Peptos Boon Shadow Peptos Duke PG Dry Fire PG Gunpowder Play Dual Rey Playboys Buck Fever Playgun Playin Attraction Presidente Shiner Pretty Boy Boon PRF Spoonful Of Gold Rap Cat RC Fancy Step RC Gay Bar Star Dust Real Gun Real Smooth Cat Reed N Reminic Reminic N Dunit Rey Dual Reys Dual Badger Rockin W Roo Star Roosters Wrangler Royal Fletch Scootin Boon SDP Blue Blood SDP Joker Self Shine Seven From Heaven Shady Lil Starlight Shine Chic Shine Shine Like Hail Shiners Lena Doc Shiners Nickle Shiners Suduko Shiners Voodoo Dr Shining Lil Nic Shining Spark Short And Smart Silver Gun Sixes Pick Skeets Peppy Smart And Shiney Smart Blackbird Smart Boons

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STALLION SUBSCRIPTION RULES 1. By nomination of a foal crop, offspring of a subscribed stallion from the nominated foal crop are eligible to show in the NRCHA Stakes both as 4-year-olds and 5-year-olds. Offspring from a nominated foal crop of a subscribed stallion are also eligible for consideration for the NRCHA Select Yearling and Select 2-Year-Old Sales. Broodmares in foal to stallions subscribed for the current breeding year (next year’s foal crop) are eligible for consideration for the NRCHA Select Broodmare Sale. 2. Any stallion of any breed may be subscribed to the NRCHA Stakes program, subject to provisions as set forth in these rules and stipulated on the entry form. 3. Nominations must be postmarked and paid by February 1 of the following year for each calendar year to avoid paying the higher fee of the following year. However, to make yearlings, 2-year-olds, and/or bred mares eligible for consideration for the NRCHA Select Sales, those stallions must be subscribed by June 1 of that particular sale year. 4. Nomination fees will be as follows: a. Paid during the breeding year (the next year’s foal crop) - $750 (or $2,500 for current breeding year and next four consecutive breeding years) b. Weanling year - $1,000 c. Yearling year - $1,250 d. 2-year-old year - $1,500 e. 3-year-old year - $1,750   5.   4-year-old year: Nominations received between February 1 of the 4-year-old year and the final entry deadline for that  NRCHA Stakes event will be accepted at the rate of $2,500. 5-year-old foal crops that have not been previously subscribed may also be paid in for $2,500. 6. All nominators of stallions must be members in good standing of the NRCHA. 7. Nominators may be persons other than the owner or syndicate manager of the stallion in the event the stallion owner or syndicate manager chooses not to enroll the stallion. In the event that the nominator is someone other than the owner or syndicate manager of the stallion, the nominator represents that they are authorized to nominate the stallion. 8. All subscription fees will be made payable to the NRCHA in US funds or its equivalent. 9. The added purse for the NRCHA Stakes will consist of not less than the total stallion nomination fees received less 20% for NRCHA administration. The remaining 80% will be divided between the Open and Non Pro divisions in accordance with NRCHA Board policy. The NRCHA shall have the right to supplement the added-money purse for the event, but shall be under no obligation to do so. A minimum of 5% of the total purse will be used for the Stallion Nominator Award as described below. 10. There shall be no refunds of the nomination fee paid for any reason, and the fee (less 20% for NRCHA administration as set forth above) will become part of the purse for the NRCHA Stakes. 11. In the event a subscribed stallion changes ownership, any previously paid foal crops will remain eligible under the new owner.   Nominator Awards will be paid to the original nominator unless otherwise specified in writing to the NRCHA and  signed by both the original nominator and the new owner. 12. Stallion Nominator Award: The nominator of the stallion siring the winners of the NRCHA Stakes will receive a monetary award as set by the NRCHA Board of Directors. 13. A list of subscribed stallions nominated to this program and their eligible foal crops will be posted on the NRCHA website, and will be available upon request from the NRCHA. 14. These rules are subject to change at any time by the NRCHA Board of Directors.

NOMINATION FEES Nominated before Feb 1, 2016 Foal Crop..................................................Fee 2010.....................................................$2,500 2011.....................................................$2,500 2012.....................................................$1,750 2013.....................................................$1,500 2014.....................................................$1,250 2015.....................................................$1,000 2016........................................................$750 (or $2,500 for 2016-2020)

Nominated after Feb 1, 2016 Foal Crop..................................................Fee 2011.....................................................$2,500 2012.....................................................$2,500 2013.....................................................$1,750 2014.....................................................$1,500 2015.....................................................$1,250 2016.....................................................$1,000 2017........................................................$750 (or $2,500 for 2017-2021)

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STALLION SUBSCRIPTION CONTRACT Nominations must be postmarked by February 1. Stallions must be nominated annually.**

Discount for early enrollment of stallions into Stakes Program!

Pay $750 in the breeding year to subscribe your stallion to the NRCHA Stallion Stakes. STALLION ELIGIBILITY

Any stallion of any breed may be subscribed to the NRCHA Stakes program. Offspring of subscribed stallions are eligible to compete in the NRCHA Stakes - both as a 4-year-old and 5-year-old. All nominations are subject to stallion subscription rules on reverse side of this form. Acceptance of payment by the NRCHA is not to be considered approval of a nomination until contract is complete and all rules are complied with. Should a stallion die or become unsound for breeding while he is currently subscribed, all previous offspring will remain eligible as long as the nomination fee is paid.

BENEFITS OF SUBSCRIBING A STALLION TO THE NRCHA STAKES

Advertisement - All subscribed stallions and contact information are listed on the NRCHA website. Opportunities - All offspring of subscribed stallions are eligible to enter and show in the NRCHA Stallion Stakes both as a 4-year-old and as a 5-year-old. Offspring of subscribed stallions are also eligible for consideration for the NRCHA Select Yearling and/or 2-Year-Old Sale. Regulations - There are no refunds for any reason. The NRCHA reserves the right to cancel the NRCHA Stakes without notice at any time prior to the contest without liability. However, in the case of cancellation of the NRCHA Stakes, the NRCHA shall return all current year stallion fees to subscribers and all current-year entry fees to exhibitors.

Nominations must be postmarked by February 1 • Stallions must be nominated annually.** Return to: NRCHA • 1017 N Highway 377 • Pilot Point, TX 76258 • TEL 940-488-1500 • FAX 940-488-1499

** Unless the 5-year plan is selected

Enclosed is $_____________ Nomination Fee for _______________________ foal year(s). See the NRCHA Stakes Stallion Subscription Rules for a complete schedule of foal years and payments. Check one:

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Exp. Date: _______________ CVC: ____________ Billing Address: ________________________________________________________________________ Payment is made to NRCHA in full on receipt of same by the nominator no later than February 1. Acceptance of payment by NRCHA is not to be considered approval of nomination until contract is complete and all rules are complied with. *Traditional payment methods accepted are cash and check. 3.5% convenience fee for credit cards.

I accept this offer to make the below-named stallion eligible to participate in the NRCHA Subscribed Stallion Program and agree to be bound by the conditions printed on this document. I enclose $___________________ for enrolling the stallion listed below as an NRCHA Subscribed Stallion. Nominator Signature _______________________________________________________________ Printed Name __________________________________________________________

o Check here if you would like to donate a breeding for the NRCHA Stallion Service Silent Auction. A separate contract will be sent to you. Stallion Name:____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Sire: _________________________________________________ Reg #: __________________________ Dam: ____________________________________________ Reg #: __________________________ Breed:__________________________________________________________ Color:__________________________________________ Year Foaled:_________________ Year of First Foal Crop:________________ Standing at:_________________________________________________________________________________ Contact Name: ______________________________________________________________________________ Address: _____________________________________________________________________________ City/State/Zip: _______________________________________________________________________ Phone:____________________________________________________________ Website:______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Owner Name: ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Address: _____________________________________________________________________________ City/State/Zip: _______________________________________________________________________ Phone (Home): ___________________________________________ Phone (Work): ___________________________________________ Phone (Cell): ___________________________________________ Fax:________________________________________________________ E-mail:_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Contact Information to be published on NRCHA website:

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COMMITTEE DIRECTORY AFFILIATES

JUDGES

OWNERS

Chairperson: Jim Lane jwlaneiii@aol.com • 614-354-1384

Chairperson: Jimmy Stickler stichorses@gmail.com • 805-431-4083

Chairperson: Dr. Joe Carter jcarterdvm@aol.com • 405-288-6460

Jimmy Flores • jfloresph@aol.com Edie Petaccio • teampnr29@aol.com

Director of Judges: Bill Enk enk.bill@gmail.com

PROFESSIONALS

Justin Stanton • justinstanton1992@gmail.com

Sandy Collier • sandycollier@earthlink.net

Tim Unzicker • timunzicker@gmail.com

Sam Rose • sroseqh@aol.com

WELFARE

Wade Reaney • wadeireaney@gmail.com

Chairperson: Dr. Joe Carter, DVM jcarterdvm@aol.com • 405-288-6460

ETHICS Chairperson: Bill Tointon billtointon@msn.com • 303-530-2443

Dan Roeser • roeserstables@gmail.com Darren Miller • reinincow@aol.com Jim Spence • wowcowhorse@aol.com

NRCHA FOUNDATION

Chairperson: Brad Barkemeyer bbarkemeyer@hotmail.com 480-620-4759

RULES Chairperson: Dan Roeser roeserstables@gmail.com • 208-841-2052 Jerry Peters • jerry.h.peters@gmail.com

Chairperson: Ted Robinson 805-649-9028 805-794-2266

SHOWS

NOMINATING

SPONSORSHIP

Chairperson: Jake Telford j.jtelford1@gmail.com • 208-890-1205

Chairperson: Jay Winborn jay@nrcha.com • 214-797-0030

Trey Neal • trey@treyneal.com

NON PRO

STALLION SERVICE AUCTION

Amanda Gardiner • gardiner556@gmail.com

Chairperson: Diane Edwards Diane2bph@outlook.com • 206-390-0715

Chairperson: Garth Gardiner gardinergarth@gmail.com • 620-635-5632

Stephanie Duquette • stephanie@nrcha.com

STRATEGIC PLANNING

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Chairperson: Paul Bailey paulb@cb-trucking.com • 931-260-3909 Todd Crawford • toddcrawford333@gmail.com Sandy Collier • sandycollier@earthlink.net

Jake Telford • j.jtelford1@gmail.com

HALL OF FAME Chairperson: Smoky Pritchett smoky@smokypritchett.com 530-200-0560 Jon Roeser • jonroeser@sti.net Ted Robinson • ted@tedrobinsoncowhorses.com Bobby Ingersoll • bobby@bobbyingersoll.com

HORSE SALES Chairperson: Sandy Collier sandycollier@earthlink.net • 805-688-1084

Kelli Caves • Kelli.Caves@FLHOSP.ORG Garth Gardiner • gardinergarth@gmail.com Meg Rosell-Pursel • meg@roselltrailers.com Rory Livingston • roryliving@aol.com Rhonda Holmes • rhondajjj@msn.com Tammy Jo Hays • haysranch@earthlink.com

Chairperson: Jake Telford j.jtelford1@gmail.com • 208-890-1205

Chairperson: Amanda Gardiner gardiner566@gmail.com • 620-635-2361 Bill Tointon • billtointon@msn.com Darren Miller • reincow@aol.com Dan Roeser • roeserstables@gmail.com

Nelle Murphy • baldnshiney@hotmail.com

YOUTH

Bart Holowath • bart.holowath@gmail.com Paul Bailey • paulb@cb-trucking.com

Chairperson: Sarah Clymer shubrick3@gmail.com • 719-330-1932

Debbie Sanguinetti • outwest1@verizon.net

Allison Walker • allison@nrcha.com

Loretta Showalter • lorettaelsie@gmail.com

Todd Crawford • toddcrawford333@gmail.com

Dan Weiss • dn_weiss@yahoo.com

Jimmy Stickler • stichorses@gmail.com

Robin Flournoy • rflournoy@bankofthewest.com Jim Vangelos • javangelos@aol.com Ramona Wold • ramonawold@me.com Kris Troxel • ktroxel@sitestar.net Tim Swain • Coloradolandandranch@gmail.com 142 NRCHA SNAFFLE BIT FUTURITY | SHOW PROGRAM 2016

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OPEN FUTURITY SCORE SHEET Back Name of Horse # Sire/Dam O - Owner R - Rider O = Open IO = Intermediate Open LO = Limited Open L1 = Level 1 Limited Open

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100 Bet Hesa Freckledcat S 2013 O • IO • LO • L1 Bet Hesa Cat X Ms Freckled Star R - 114 O - John O. Or Kay L. Coltharp H - 62 R - Rhett Baker C - 164 101 Stoney G 2013 O • IO • LO • L1 Grade X Grade R - 60 O - Roger Sorenson H - 171 R - Chance L. Harman C - 110 102 Stylish Tallica M 2013 O • IO • LO Metallic Cat X CD Chica San Choice R - 107 O - Billy J. Martin H - 69 R - Billy J. Martin C - 117 103 Smokin Smart Cat M 2013 O • IO • LDS WR This Cats Smart X She Smokes Smart R - 76 O - David & Barbara Archer H - 95 R - Lyn Anderson C - 170 104 Reysilent G 2013 O Dual Rey X Shesa Farmer R - 178 O - Delos & Diana Adams H - 183 R - Zane P. Davis C - 19 105 Metallic Look S 2013 O Metallic Cat X Smart Lookin Hi Brow R - 136 O - Barwick & Fults H - 24 R - Corey D. Cushing C - 92 106 Lookslikelucktome M 2013 O • IO Smart Boons X Dual Lookin Pep R - 163 O - Peggy Thompson & Norene Barclay H - 63 R - Les D. Oswald C - 181 107 One Smooth Mate S 2013 O One Time Pepto X Smooth Autumn Mate R - 89 O - G2 Performance Horses H - 80 R - Chris C. Dawson C - 168 109 Bet Shesa Mecom Cat M 2013 O • IO Bet Hesa Cat X Looks Like A Mecom R - 35 O - Connie L Buckley H - 97 R - Ron E. Emmons C - 21 110 A Spoonful Of Jonez M 2013 O Travelin Jonez X A Spoonful O Sugar R - 11 O - Wendy K. Buehler H - 181 R - Chris C. Dawson C - 188 111 Ima One Time Wonder M 2013 O One Time Pepto X My Legend Del Cielo R - 122 O - Daniel G. Heath H - 16 R - Jake A. Telford C - 174 112 I Surely Nita Cat M 2013 O • IO • LO Surely A Pepto X Nitas Cat R - 15 O - Jason M. Patrick H - 33 R - Jason M. Patrick C - 149 113 Metal Cat S 2013 O • IO • LO • L1 Metallic Cat X Tipofthestar R - 50 O - William Coburn III H - 132 R - Brendon Clark C - 36 114 Alley Cat Royalty S 2013 O • IO • LO • L1 One Time Royalty X Lil Alley Cat R - 168 O - Douglas L Corgatelli H-3 R - T Scott Hulme C - 46 115 Spin N Twist Arey S 2013 O Dual Rey X Cats Twisted Whisker R - 132 O - C Ranches Inc. H - 27 R - Zane P. Davis C - 82 116 Wright On Hickory M 2013 O • IO • LDS Hes Wright On X Hickorys Miracle R - 63 O - Sarah & Chris Dawson H-5 R - Sarah L. Dawson C - 130 WWW.NRCHA.COM/SNAFFLE-BIT-FUTURITY

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Sex

Breed

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NP = Non Pro INP = Intermediate Non Pro AMT = $7,500 Amateur LDS = Ladies

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117 Soulas Hickory Star G 2013 O • IO Soula Jule Star X Turn Liz Loose R - 93 O - Joyce A. Diegel H - 93 R - Darrel J. Norcutt C - 114 118 Lovies Lil Rey M 2013 O • IO Dual Rey X Lovies Lass R - 96 O - Dominic L Conicelli H - 59 R - Mark A. Sigler C - 25 120 Maliblu Barbie M 2013 O Smart Boons X Maliblu R - 41 O - Kevin & Sydney Knight H - 185 R - Corey D. Cushing C - 138 126 Stealin S 2013 O • IO Gotta Go Get It X Black Pearl R - 126 O - Ward Ranch H - 74 R - John Ward C - 17 127 One Smokin Smart Cat S 2013 O • IO WR This Cats Smart X Fishko Smoke R - 80 O - Cheri Carter H - 75 R - Justin E. Lawrence C - 30 128 Very Smart Rey G 2013 O • IO • LO • L1 Very Smart Remedy X Reys Spark R - 46 O - Betsy Searle H - 143 R - Matthew P. Mori C - 12 129 Playin Shady S 2013 O Shady Lil Starlight X Lipschic R-3 O - Holy Cow Perf. Horses, Texas H - 165 R - Todd A. Bergen C - 54 130 Cats OverBoard M 2013 O • IO Metallic Cat X Miss Sea Rey R-5 O - Janet L. Handtmann H - 139 R - Sandra M. Collier C - 26 131 My Gun Goes Boom M 2013 O • IO • LO Smart Boons X Gunners Easter Lilly R - 71 O - Cathy Corrigan Frank H - 109 R - Tyson Ray Benson C-4 132 SJR Gunna B Smart M 2013 O • IO • LO • L1 Smart Spook X Shirley Ima Gunner R - 38 O - Pamela & Richard Hughes H - 153 R - Richard Hughes C - 143 133 Keepin My Style S 2013 O • IO • LO • L1 • LDS Mr Playinstylish X Stylish Elans Chic R - 146 O - Brenda Heckes H - 73 R - Sarah Lyn Kennedy C - 148 134 Auspicious Lena M 2013 O • IO • LO • L1 Auspicious Cat X Little Moria Lena R - 165 O - Matacorp, LTD H - 61 R - Dustin Mills C - 179 135 Catzby G 2013 O High Brow Cat X Reymanising R - 78 O - Jim & Linda Schrack H - 178 R - Nicholas S. Dowers C - 37 136 Shinettes Starlight M 2013 O Shady Lil Starlight X Sheza Shinette R - 73 O - Holy Cow Perf. Horses, Texas H - 58 R - Jake A. Telford C - 39 137 Sheza Crackin Me Up M 2013 O • IO • LO • L1 Nabisco Roan X Sheza Shinette R - 19 O - Holy Cow Perf. Horses, Texas H-2 R - Caleb J. Jantz C - 66 138 Shady Lil Roo G 2013 O Shady Lil Starlight X Sheza Roo R - 26 O - Holy Cow Perf. Horses LLC H - 121 R - Jake A. Telford C - 158

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Sex

Breed

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NP = Non Pro INP = Intermediate Non Pro AMT = $7,500 Amateur LDS = Ladies

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139 ReydioActive Cat S 2013 O • IO • LO • L1 Dual Rey X Cats Ruby R - 131 O - Jerry Jones H - 117 R - Jerry Jones C - 86 140 Soulas Cavallo S 2013 O Docs Soula X Viola White R - 175 O - Imperial Ranch LLC H - 13 R - Doug Williamson C - 68 141 Travelin Smart Cat S 2013 O • IO • LO • L1 WR This Cats Smart X Smart Travelin Chic R - 66 O - Mary E. Boyd H - 41 R - David J. Dillman C - 118 142 Lenas Wright On Cash G 2013 O • IO Lenas Wright On X Sude Miss N My Chex R - 67 O - Jane K. Kent H - 31 R - Glen G. Aspinall C - 165 143 Cats Shiney Pistols S 2013 O Smooth As A Cat X Shiners Lil Pistol R - 179 O - Roxanne Koepsell H - 51 R - Todd A. Bergen C - 104 144 Roxys Rockin Pepto G 2013 O One Time Pepto X Spookys Roxy Girl R - 147 O - Lightning 7 Cattle Co LLC H - 157 R - Zane P. Davis C - 135 145 High Brows Courage S 2013 O • IO High Brow CD X Playguns Courage R - 172 O - Andrew McArthur & Mark Luis H - 114 R - Mark A. Luis C - 20 147 KrushinIt M 2013 O • IO One Time Pepto X Play Cat Rio R - 43 O - Brent G. Lester H - 166 R - Brad L. Lund C-9 148 Im Countin Pennies M 2013 O • IO Im Countin Checks X Chic This R - 177 O - Brent G. Lester H - 20 R - Brad L. Lund C - 65 151 My Dream Boss M 2013 O • IO • LO CD Lights X Playboys Dream Girl R - 31 O - Denise L. Monnot H - 18 R - Roger A. Braa C - 45 152 CD Silver Gun G 2013 O • IO • LO • L1 Fairlea Guns N Glory X Little Clementine R - 155 O - Brad D Marler H - 110 R - David N. Thacker C - 23 155 Bobbys Playgun G 2013 O • IO • LO • L1 Bobby Starlight X Handle It Playgun R - 145 O - Callee R. Miller H - 55 R - Callee R. Miller C - 40 156 Smokin Little Pepto G 2013 O • IO • LO Jasons Peptolena X Gretch N Jose R - 144 O - Dani L. Nelson H-1 R - Jake R. Barry C - 43 157 Scootin Boss M 2013 O • IO CD Lights X Scootin Brinks R - 33 O - Patricia M. Northrop H - 57 R - Dan S. Roeser C - 14 158 Just Like Rio G 2013 O • IO Smart Zanolena X Chex Out This Day R - 148 O - Alan & Kay Needle H - 32 R - B. J. Avila C - 94 159 One Time Pearl M 2013 O • IO One Time Pepto X Black Pearl R - 54 O - Mike L Pressley H - 161 R - Gary A. Baumer C - 44 WWW.NRCHA.COM/SNAFFLE-BIT-FUTURITY

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Sex

Breed

Divisions H-Herd Draw R-Rein Draw C-Cow Draw

NP = Non Pro INP = Intermediate Non Pro AMT = $7,500 Amateur LDS = Ladies

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160 Shades Of Bay 50 S 2013 O • IO • LO • L1 Cash It Johnny X Pepsi Banjo R - 192 O - Sammi Buzzard H-7 R - Justin W. Morgan C - 91 161 Cats A Moonshiner S 2013 O Smoother Than A Cat X Docs Moon Shiner R - 105 O - Nicolas Barthelemy H - 43 R - Nicolas Barthelemy C - 34 162 Mister PBR G 2013 O • IO Mister Smart Remedy X Shes A Daisy R - 150 O - PBR Partners H - 60 R - Monica J. Caetano C - 163 163 Grays Peppy Star S 2013 O • IO Soula Jule Star X Pepolena Girl R - 99 O - Joe Putnam H - 167 R - Ken L. Wold C - 80 164 Comocat S 2013 O • IO • LO • L1 Tomcat Chex X Mia Vanilla Smoothie R - 127 O - Kathy Or Ken Pawley H - 34 R - Matt Hoekenga C - 123 167 This Cats Forever S 2013 O • IO WR This Cats Smart X Soula Jule Forever R-1 O - Daniel J. Perez H - 84 R - Ken L. Wold C - 155 168 Dualing Madam M 2013 O • IO • LO Dual Rey X Shiners Madam R - 116 O - Rogers Heaven Sent Ranch H - 155 R - Tucker J. Clark C-5 169 Night Time Cat M 2013 O • IO • LO Nitrocat X Quixote Jessie R - 134 O - Phil Hagadorn H - 17 R - Grant F. Lindaman II C - 90 170 This Shiners A Cat G 2013 O • IO WR This Cats Smart X Sue C Shiner R - 169 O - Michael V LaGrande H - 46 R - Craig Boyd C - 173 171 Ill Bet Cha S 2013 O • IO Bet Hesa Cat X Kiss Me A Little R - 29 O - Laurie Richards H - 168 R - Randy J. Paul C - 61 172 Misty My Sister M 2013 O • IO Cuttin Like My Dad X Counting The Stars R-4 O - Wade J. Reaney H - 164 R - Wade J. Reaney C - 11 173 Please Momma Please M 2013 O Moms Silverado Cat X Arc Cee Me Please R - 10 O - David Kakita H - 187 R - Doug Williamson C - 156 174 Please Get Lucky M 2013 O Docs Soula X Arc Pleasin To Shine R - 129 O - Rocking J Ranch Inc. H - 49 R - Doug Williamson C - 183 175 Sunsets S 2013 O One Time Pepto X Starlights Liz R - 74 O - Rocking J Ranch Inc. H - 123 R - Doug Williamson C - 48 176 Very Smart Karat G 2013 O • IO Very Smart Remedy X Karats Oak R - 183 O - Ronald Cochran H - 184 R - Trent S. Pedersen C - 55 178 Strawberry Moonshine M 2013 O • IO Cats Moonshine X Reylena Moon R - 79 O - Mel Smith/Trinity Scott H - 65 R - Casey L. Branquinho C - 127

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Sex

Breed

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NP = Non Pro INP = Intermediate Non Pro AMT = $7,500 Amateur LDS = Ladies

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179 Son OfA Smooth Cat G 2013 O • IO Smooth As A Cat X Spoonful Of Seahorse R - 16 O - Philomene And RC Sherrell H - 112 R - Les D. Oswald C - 63 181 Pretty Smart Guy G 2013 O Very Smart Remedy X Su Pretty Shiney R - 185 O - Bob & Bonnie Schwenkfelder H - 156 R - Jake A. Telford C - 52 182 Seven S Corona G 2013 O • IO • LO Very Smart Remedy X Seven S Zans Fancy R - 90 O - Kenneth Or Marja Bower H - 52 R - Lee C. Deacon C - 18 183 One Time Solano S 2013 O One Time Pepto X Miss Sarah Solano R - 75 O - John ‘Sandy’ A. Semanik H - 134 R - Zane P. Davis C - 51 184 Grated Coconut S 2013 O • IO Bet Hesa Cat X Seven S Glitter R - 100 O - Stuart Ranch / Circle V Ranch H - 106 R - Robert C. Forst C - 129 185 Woo Hoo Sue M 2013 O • IO A Shiner Named Sioux X Short And Royal R - 153 O - Chown Quarter Horses H - 53 R - Robert Chown C - 113 186 Starlight Remedy M 2013 O Very Smart Remedy X Katie Starlight R - 157 O - Julie & Mike Magness H - 96 R - Todd Crawford C - 56 187 Seven S Hesa Cat G 2013 O Bet Hesa Cat X Seven S Shady Cat R - 14 O - Terry S. Forst H - 182 R - Erin L. Taormino C - 151 189 High Stressin Cat S 2013 O WR This Cats Smart X Playguns Melody R - 149 O - Bill Stevenson H - 87 R - Nicholas S. Dowers C - 136 190 WR This Cats Al 013 S 2013 O WR This Cats Smart X Miss Hickory Hill R - 20 O - Julie & Mike Magness H - 160 R - Todd Crawford C - 171 191 Hesa Smokin Jewel S 2013 O • IO • LO • L1 A Smokin Whiz X Cats Ruby R - 119 O - Sneed-Pool Cattle Co Inc H - 54 R - Jason L. Eicke C - 131 192 Cash Master T S 2013 O • IO Cat T Masterson X Nu Cash Box R - 101 O - Scott & Darnell Trueblood H - 127 R - Mark A. Luis C - 102 193 Addatuddy Merada Nic M 2013 O • IO Shining Lil Nic X Meradas Joy Elissa R-7 O - Tracy L Thede H - 192 R - Monty L. Bruce C - 58 195 Maytown Moonshine G 2013 O • IO Cats Moonshine X Bunny Lena R - 22 O - Carrie A. Whisler H - 150 R - Shane L. Steffen C - 184 198 Magic Lookin Cat G 2013 O WR This Cats Smart X Shiners Dear Magic R - 57 O - Wagonhound Land & Livestock H - 149 R - Matt J. Koch C - 85 199 Smart Lookin Nurse G 2013 O WR This Cats Smart X Nurseware R - 156 O - Wagonhound Land & Livestock H - 85 R - Matt J. Koch C - 140 WWW.NRCHA.COM/SNAFFLE-BIT-FUTURITY

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OPEN FUTURITY SCORE SHEET Back Name of Horse # Sire/Dam O - Owner R - Rider O = Open IO = Intermediate Open LO = Limited Open L1 = Level 1 Limited Open

Sex

Breed

Divisions H-Herd Draw R-Rein Draw C-Cow Draw

NP = Non Pro INP = Intermediate Non Pro AMT = $7,500 Amateur LDS = Ladies

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SUB TOTAL

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GRAND TOTAL

200 Shining Smart Cat M 2013 O WR This Cats Smart X Miss Shiner Dear R - 170 O - Wagonhound Land & Livestock H - 159 R - Chris C. Dawson C - 35 201 This Katz A Pepto G 2013 O • IO • LO WR This Cats Smart X Peptos Sugar R - 53 O - Chase D. Trahern H - 172 R - Chase D. Trahern C - 160 202 Blues Wright On S 2013 O • IO • LO • L1 Blue Savanah Holli X Wright On Sandy R - 62 O - Watrous Valley Ranch Ltd H-8 R - Barret G. Yates C - 22 203 Metallic Response M 2013 O • IO Metallic Cat X Ima Smart Response R - 72 O - Sprig Haven Farms H - 40 R - Jon Roeser C - 169 204 Poppys Troubudour G 2013 O • IO Nic It In The Bud X SJS Poppyseed R - 21 O - Lois George & Jean Sander H - 162 R - Tucker J. Robinson C - 189 206 Hesa Royalena S 2013 O • IO • LO • L1 Bet Hesa Cat X Black Tie Queen R - 123 O - Kirk Johnston H - 128 R - Clay Volmer C - 27 207 Bet Lucky 13 S 2013 O Bet Hesa Cat X Miss Lucky Starlight R - 181 O - Mike & Diana McCabe H - 19 R - Todd Crawford C - 88 208 Jerry Smoke S 2013 O Dual R Smokin X Kool Arista Cat R - 85 O - J Five Horse Ranch Mgmt H - 45 R - Todd Crawford C - 150 209 PiippasDress M 2013 O • LDS Dual R Smokin X Lil Lenas Sis R - 186 O - J Five Horse Ranch Mgmt H - 141 R - Erin L. Taormino C - 57 210 Starbursts M 2013 O • IO One Time Pepto X Violets R - 180 O - Diane Athey H - 102 R - Jon Roeser C - 111 212 Unos Smokin Chic S 2013 O • IO • LO • L1 Uno What Time It Is X Dew It Flo R - 98 O - Julie A. Gibbons H - 103 R - Dustin Mills C - 107 213 Lillys Vaquero S 2013 O • IO Cat T Masterson X Rs Lilly Starlight R - 13 O - Clark W. Weaver H - 91 R - Brad W. Barkemeyer C - 97 216 A Genuine Sioux M 2013 O • IO A Shiner Named Sioux X A Genuine Zan Dandy R - 18 O - Jack And Debbie Kaser H - 78 R - Glen G. Aspinall C - 191 217 Blue Jean Rey S 2013 O • IO TR Dual Rey X Blue Jean Cat R - 184 O - Patricia A Davis H - 118 R - Glen G. Aspinall C - 10 219 Dunnit By Heart S 2013 O • IO • LO • L1 Heart Of A Fox X Quita Travalin Dunit R - 108 O - Dale H. Gordon H - 148 R - Mallory L. Holland C - 182 220 Light Dots M 2013 O • IO Cd Ligths X Shine Ann R - 103 O - Robert James, Jr H - 15 R - Shawn D. Hays C - 116

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Sex

Breed

Divisions H-Herd Draw R-Rein Draw C-Cow Draw

NP = Non Pro INP = Intermediate Non Pro AMT = $7,500 Amateur LDS = Ladies

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221 TR Kitty M 2013 O • IO TR Dual Rey X Aristos Painted Cat R - 69 O - Hal Bogle H - 169 R - Shawn D. Hays C - 154 222 Chicadoodledoo M 2013 O • IO • LO Mister Nicadual X Silver Dandy Chic R - 48 O - A. Gray & Peggy Samenfink H - 146 R - Ashley M. Deacon C - 47 225 WRS Shiney Diamond M 2013 O WR This Cats Smart X Shiney Miss Hickory R - 160 O - Manuel Rojo H - 72 R - Nicolas Barthelemy C - 64 226 Sweet Like That G 2013 O • IO Sweet Lil Pepto X Olenas Jazzy Tachita R - 70 O - Jamie Or Mica Olson H - 177 R - Jamie L. Olson C - 105 227 Shady Lil Diamonds M 2013 O • IO • LO Shady Lil Starlight X Start With Diamonds R - 97 O - Barbara J McCaughey H - 29 R - Joe W. Harper C - 99 230 Cattin Downtown S 2013 O • IO Smooth As A Cat X Zacks Fifth Avenue R - 166 O - Hannes Winkler H - 64 R - Shadd Parkinson C - 74 231 Nugget G 2013 O • IO Grade X Grade R - 190 O - Ron E. Emmons H-4 R - Ron E. Emmons C - 175 232 Lidem Up S 2013 O • IO Smokums Prize X Pand Delight R - 36 O - Korie A. Baker H - 108 R - Clayton M. Edsall C - 38 233 Moonstruck One Time G 2013 O One Time Pepto X Moonstruck Cat R - 189 O - Allan M. Kaplan H - 89 R - Corey D. Cushing C - 60 234 Metallic Tax G 2013 O Metallic Cat X Miss Windy Rey R - 59 O - Cable Creek Ranch LLC H - 190 R - Todd A. Bergen C - 177 236 Nite Mooves G 2013 O • IO Third Cutting X Lil Bit Reckless R - 40 O - Tim And Barb Crist H - 35 R - John J. McCarty C - 180 237 They Call Me Sioux G 2013 O • IO • LO • LDS A Shiner Named Sioux X Haidas Suzy R - 164 O - Barbara Crist H - 100 R - Holly A. Marsh C - 125 238 Dunit Lika Star M 2013 O • IO • LDS Reminic N Dunit X Respond Please R - 138 O - Tim And Barb Crist H - 82 R - Sandra M. Collier C - 178 239 Smooth Going Rey S 2013 O Dual Rey X Smooth Going Cat R - 182 O - Eric M. Freitas H - 133 R - Justin T. Wright C - 185 240 DarkestSideOfTheBoon S 2013 O One Time Pepto X Athleta R - 61 O - Eric M. Freitas H - 71 R - Justin T. Wright C-7 241 SmartLilMister S 2013 O • IO Mr Playinstylish X Little Smart Ginger R - 124 O - Eric M. Freitas H - 39 R - Russell A. Probert C - 190 WWW.NRCHA.COM/SNAFFLE-BIT-FUTURITY

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Sex

Breed

Divisions H-Herd Draw R-Rein Draw C-Cow Draw

NP = Non Pro INP = Intermediate Non Pro AMT = $7,500 Amateur LDS = Ladies

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243 Blue Berry G 2013 O • IO • LO • L1 Grade X Grade R - 191 O - Hammond/Ganibi/Skinner H - 68 R - Joseph Redig C - 42 244 Very Blu M 2013 O • IO • LO • L1 Very Smart Remedy X Flo N Blu Boon R - 141 O - Beverly Vaughn H - 189 R - Nic Howard C-3 245 GA Star Kitty M 2013 O • IO Smooth As A Cat X A Little Starlet R - 171 O - Amelia Wakley/Joseph Wakley H - 180 R - Wade J. Reaney C - 95 246 Bet He Can Pounce G 2013 O • IO • LO • L1 Bet Hesa Cat X Miss May Perry R - 55 O - Hanging H Ranch LLC H - 37 R - John S. Snyder C - 72 247 Downtown Dual Rey G 2013 O • IO • LO • L1 Dual Rey X Stary Eyed Chic R - 87 O - Desiree Or Jeff Westfall H - 116 R - Taylor Gillespie C - 49 248 Remedy For CD G 2013 O • IO • LO High Brow CD X Remedy For Sweets R - 137 O - John E. & Kaitlin J. Ormson H - 36 R - Christian K. Lybbert C - 83 249 Starlight Cruisin G 2013 O • IO Starlight Captain X Missy Dual Master R - 159 O - Kenneth Or Carol Russell H - 30 R - Brandon T. Staebler C - 167 250 Aristo Rose CD S 2013 O • IO • LO • L1 High Brow CD X Aristo Rose R - 152 O - Patricia Wilmoth H - 136 R - Danielle Lybbert C-1 251 Bet Yer Muffet M 2013 O • IO • LO Bet Hesa Cat X Gatamuffet R - 44 O - Patricia Wilmoth H - 120 R - Christian K. Lybbert C - 106 252 Next Smooth Boon M 2013 O • IO • LO Smooth As A Cat X Next Big Blast R-1 O - Patricia Wilmoth H - 86 R - Christian K. Lybbert C - 159 253 ThisCatsAMasterPiece S 2013 O • IO WR This Cats Smart X Cds MasterPiece R - 176 O - Sophia T. Buttars H - 151 R - Brandon C. Buttars C - 152 254 Cats Time To Shine S 2013 O Spookytimetoshine X Catacre R - 154 O - Lazy TD/Davis Brothers H - 98 R - John C. Swales C - 133 255 Dandys April Fool S 2013 O Metallic Cat X DMAC Dandy Devine R-6 O - Davis Bros Perf Horses LLC H - 42 R - Zane P. Davis C - 121 256 Cats About Wright M 2013 O Cats Merada X Wright About Now R - 86 O - DT Horses LLC H - 67 R - Kelby L. Phillips C - 31 257 Duals Lucky Charm G 2013 O Dual Smart Rey X TRR Ms Pepcid Olena R-4 O - Mike & Robyne Stewart H - 129 R - Kelby L. Phillips C - 187 258 Smartascat G 2013 O • IO Metallic Cat X Smart Harriet R - 68 O - Chown Quarter Horses H - 179 R - Robert Chown C - 146.

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Sex

Breed

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NP = Non Pro INP = Intermediate Non Pro AMT = $7,500 Amateur LDS = Ladies

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259 Tango ByThe Boonlite M 2013 O • IO • LO • L1 Boonlight Dancer X Cute N Tangy R - 110 O - Bill B. Finks H - 188 R - Bill B. Finks C - 79 260 PG Alycia M 2013 O • IO • LO • L1 Playgun X Easters Dual Pep R - 102 O - Frederick G. Lenertz H - 90 R - Greg A. Eshelman C-8 264 One Time Prize S 2013 O • IO One Time Pepto X Miss Colonels Prize R - 45 O - Kevin G. Cantrelle H - 173 R - Jake D. Gorrell C - 101 265 Step To The Light S 2013 O CD Lights X Shinersdiamondjackie R - 118 O - Mark & Kelly Gowing H - 101 R - Justin T. Wright C - 119 268 Its Time To Smokum S 2013 O • IO One Time Pepto X Smokum Chicy R - 162 O - Dominic L Conicelli H - 140 R - Mark A. Sigler C - 96 269 CD Sparkin G 2013 O • IO CD Lights X Gypsy Starshine R - 84 O - John & Nikki Jump H - 81 R - Ted Robinson C - 172 273 Rap Gun S 2013 O • IO • LO • L1 Rap Cat X Genuine Ms Sunolena R - 58 O - Janet Kubichek H - 28 R - Leonardo Valdez C - 134 274 Dualins Dry Doc S 2013 O • IO • LO • L1 Cats Greystone X Dualins Pretty Baby R - 91 O - Janet Kubichek H - 10 R - Leonardo Valdez C - 32 275 Bens The Boss G 2013 O CD Lights X Little San Shine R - 133 O - Christian C. Larson H - 50 R - Phillip J. Ralls C - 192 276 SJR Halo Cat S 2013 O • IO WR This Cats Smart X Sashas Lil Angel R - 167 O - Linda Olson H - 119 R - Cayley R. Wilson C - 84 277 Peptosboonshakalaca S 2013 O • IO Peptoboonsmal X Arosesuchaclatter R - 140 O - Jenta Madsen H-9 R - Cayley R. Wilson C - 166 278 Drivin Stylish S 2013 O • IO Hydrive Cat X Stylish Lil Acre R - 24 O - Cayley Wilson Perform HRS INC. H - 66 R - Cayley R. Wilson C - 122 280 Mamas Time Traveler G 2013 O • IO One Time Pepto X Stylish Amanda R - 30 O - Bronwyn McCormick H - 154 R - Shadd Parkinson C - 108 281 Smoothest Little Cat M 2013 O • IO Smoother Than A Cat X Haidas Bunny R - 125 O - Kelly A. McGuire H - 94 R - Monty L. Bruce C - 141 282 Tha Big Smoke M 2013 O Dual R Smokin X Lizzies Last Player R - 109 O - Robbie C. McKay H - 186 R - John C. Swales C - 15 283 Gotta Get Even M 2013 O • IO Smart Little Pepinic X Got Mister R - 51 O - Ward Ranch H - 191 R - John Ward C - 78 WWW.NRCHA.COM/SNAFFLE-BIT-FUTURITY

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Sex

Breed

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NP = Non Pro INP = Intermediate Non Pro AMT = $7,500 Amateur LDS = Ladies

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COW SCORE

GRAND TOTAL

284 Thats All Boon S 2013 O • IO Peptoboonsmal X All That N Cat R - 128 O - Sarah Davis H - 44 R - Ricky Nicolazzi C - 144 285 Smart Little Pepiroo M 2013 O • IO Smart Little Pepinic X Taparoo R - 88 O - Diane Neil H - 138 R - Kyle Trahern C - 50 286 Playin Motown S 2013 O • IO Mr Playinstylish X Mo Flo R - 17 O - Moncrief Kit/CB/Tennison Lee H - 126 R - Shawn D. Hays C - 73 288 That Metal Show G 2013 O Metallic Cat X Dixies First Diamond R - 139 O - Mattie E. Neal H - 83 R - Jay McLaughlin C - 13 289 Ill Be Stylish M 2013 O Mr Playinstylish X Lean Little Lena R - 37 O - David Pratt H - 176 R - Luke J. Jones C - 128 290 CD Blue Lights S 2013 O CD Lights X Oakay To Be Blue R - 151 O - David Pratt H - 70 R - Luke J. Jones C - 100 291 Cats Reyndrop M 2013 O • IO Dual Rey X Cats Quixote Queen R - 25 O - Probert Ranch H - 147 R - Russell A. Probert C - 153 292 Lil Joe Cat G 2013 O • IO Cat T Masterson X Rs Lilly Starlight R - 106 O - Shelly Hartmann-Gibbs H - 23 R - Trent S. Pedersen C - 87 293 SW Hesa Metallic Cat S 2013 O • IO • LO Metallic Cat X Starlights Playmate R - 174 O - Kimberly D. Rauch H - 107 R - Roger A. Braa C - 124 294 SW Cats Got Your Gun M 2013 O • IO • LO WR This Cats Smart X Sheza Playgun Too R - 143 O - Mark Rauch H - 12 R - Roger A. Braa C-2 295 The Magic Remedy S 2013 O • IO • LO Very Smart Remedy X Magical Lena R - 82 O - J Pearson TTEE JWP TR 5/11/88 H - 163 R - Ryan M. Thomas C - 24 296 Doctor Spark S 2013 O Very Smart Remedy X Magic Sparkles R - 23 O - J Pearson TTEE JWP TR 5/11/88 H - 125 R - Anne M. Reynolds C - 67 297 Shiney Smart Remedy S 2013 O • IO Very Smart Remedy X Shirley Shine R - 158 O - Anne M. Reynolds H - 79 R - Randy J. Paul C - 142 299 Get A Little M 2013 O • IO • LO Smart Little Pepinic X Get A Master R - 92 O - Ward Ranch H - 25 R - Chris P. Krieg C - 28 302 One Shiney Ring M 2013 O • IO One Time Pepto X Shining Rings R - 42 O - 50/50 Land And Cattle H - 158 R - Brad Buttrey C - 77 303 SJR Stylish Marilyn M 2013 O • IO One Time Pepto X Stylish Little Oak R - 32 O - San Juan Ranch H - 145 R - Tucker J. Robinson C - 161

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OPEN FUTURITY SCORE SHEET Back Name of Horse # Sire/Dam O - Owner R - Rider O = Open IO = Intermediate Open LO = Limited Open L1 = Level 1 Limited Open

Sex

Breed

Divisions H-Herd Draw R-Rein Draw C-Cow Draw

NP = Non Pro INP = Intermediate Non Pro AMT = $7,500 Amateur LDS = Ladies

REIN SCORE

HERD SCORE

SUB TOTAL

COW SCORE

GRAND TOTAL

304 SJR Tachitas Cata M 2013 O • IO Metallic Cat X Tachitas Hickory R - 135 O - San Juan Ranch H - 99 R - Tucker J. Robinson C - 81 305 Reychell M 2013 O • IO • LO • L1 Play Dual Rey X Babes Home Advantage R - 173 O - Terri Fanjul H - 26 R - Mallory L. Holland C - 147 306 Hot Lil Cat S 2013 O • IO • LO Spots Hot X My Sweet Cat R-8 O - Harry C. De Haan H - 56 R - Rebecca A. Hurst C - 76 308 SJR Smart Dancer G 2013 O • IO • LO • L1 WR This Cats Smart X Like A Sundance R - 65 O - Rebecca Ann Sternadel H - 144 R - Rebecca Ann Sternadel C - 139 309 Boon To Getcha S 2013 O • IO • LO Boon A Little X Getcha A Playgirl R - 130 O - Susan M. Nash H - 111 R - Ryan P. Gallentine C - 145 310 Won Fine Dualee S 2013 O • IO Dual R Smokin X Mighty Fine Sue R - 28 O - James A Vangelos H - 92 R - B. J. Avila C - 132 311 Attracted To Royalty S 2013 O One Time Royalty X Perfect Attraction R-2 O - Beverly Vaughn H - 130 R - Corey D. Cushing C - 29 312 Metallic Train M 2013 O Metallic Cat X Sparking Train R - 117 O - Beverly Vaughn H - 76 R - Corey D. Cushing C - 186 313 Cut Up My Way S 2013 O • IO • LO • L1 Cat T Masterson X Smart Little Gal R - 120 O - Brad and Kristi Rothrock H - 137 R - Brad M. Rothrock C - 69 314 That Cats On Fire M 2013 O WR This Cats Smart X Bobs Smokin Spook R - 142 O - Newt White And Dana Waldon H - 115 R - Chris C. Dawson C - 109 315 Shes Too Shiney M 2013 O • IO Boon Too Suen X One Shiney Rey R-9 O - Trevor & Tiffiny Bond H - 105 R - Brad L. Lund C - 115 316 Hick On Weed M 2013 O Hicka Rey X Purdy Weed R - 115 O - Kenneth J. Schueller H - 124 R - Luke J. Jones C - 70 318 Stylish Whizard S 2013 O Mr Playinstylish X Lean N Stylish R - 64 O - Luke J. Jones H - 14 R - Luke J. Jones C - 53 319 Stylish Little Pic M 2013 O • IO Stylish Rey Gay X Smart Little Pic R - 111 O - Dawn M Jonas H - 47 R - Roy A. Rich C - 157 320 Stylish Bronx G 2013 O • IO Dual Rey X Oh Stylish Lizzy R - 121 O - Martha Jo Soule H - 170 R - Wade Meador C - 71 321 Star G Catt G 2013 O • IO • LO • L1 Sophisticated Catt X Star G Peppy Lady R - 94 O - Kent M. Williamson H - 88 R - Kent M. Williamson C - 112 WWW.NRCHA.COM/SNAFFLE-BIT-FUTURITY

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OPEN FUTURITY SCORE SHEET Back Name of Horse # Sire/Dam O - Owner R - Rider O = Open IO = Intermediate Open LO = Limited Open L1 = Level 1 Limited Open

Sex

Breed

Divisions H-Herd Draw R-Rein Draw C-Cow Draw

NP = Non Pro INP = Intermediate Non Pro AMT = $7,500 Amateur LDS = Ladies

REIN SCORE

HERD SCORE

SUB TOTAL

COW SCORE

GRAND TOTAL

322 Prime Time Report S 2013 O • IO Half Time Report X Shining Suzana R - 77 O - Rocking J Ranch Inc. H - 131 R - Roy A. Rich C - 59 323 Hairy Cherrey S 2013 O • IO Wild Haired Cat X Cherrey R - 34 O - Wade Meador H - 122 R - Wade Meador C - 93 324 Chics Made Me Do It G 2013 O Shining Lil Nic X Chic San Olena R - 52 O - Keri L. Hudson-Reykdal H - 11 R - John C. Swales C - 162 325 Dual N Tomcat G 2013 O • IO • LDS Tomcat Chex X Dual N Mary R - 188 O - Richard W. Winters H - 21 R - Sarah L. Dawson C - 89 337 I Cee Dee Cow S 2013 O CD Lights X Shiney Sushi R - 187 O - Aaron Ranch H - 48 R - Jay McLaughlin C - 126 338 Lighten Up Boss S 2013 O CD Lights X Shiney Tari R - 56 O - Aaron Ranch H - 113 R - Jay McLaughlin C - 62 339 Im Kinda Smooth S 2013 O • IO Smooth As A Cat X My Kinda Pepto R - 112 O - Tyler G. Burkey H - 77 R - Brad L. Lund C - 41 340 Travelin Miss Jonez M 2013 O • IO • LDS Travelin Jonez X Playin With Rubies R - 104 O - Stephen Roseberry H - 104 R - Sarah L. Dawson C - 16 349 Cattwo M 2013 O • IO • LO • L1 Sophisticated Catt X Playin N Fancy Peppy R - 113 O - Steve & Carol Metcalf H - 38 R - Carter T. Metcalf C - 137 350 Colie Oak Cat G 2013 O • IO • LO • L1 Jazarell Cat X Colie Oak R - 47 O - Steve & Carol Metcalf H - 135 R - Carter T. Metcalf C - 75 351 Metallic Heritage S 2013 O Metallic Cat X Dual Heritage R - 27 O - Sheri L. Jamieson H - 174 R - Nicolas Barthelemy C - 120 503 Kiss A Cat M 2013 O • IO Metallic Cat X Cuttin It Short Lena R - 81 O - Shadd Parkinson H-6 R - Shadd Parkinson C - 33 504 Swing Like Elin M 2013 O • IO Dual R Smokin X Swingin Star Lady R - 39 O - Dan Fox H - 142 R - Les D. Oswald C-6 505 Peppymint Light M 2013 O • IO CD Lights X High On Peppymint R - 95 O - McSpyder Ranch H - 22 R - Shane L. Steffen C - 98 506 Smoothe And Jazzy M 2013 O • IO Smoother Than A Cat X Starlgith And Jazz R - 83 O - S & D Curran/ DBA Curran Ranch H - 175 R - Monica J. Caetano C - 103 509 Uno What Time G 2013 O • IO One Time Pepto X Uno What Weeno R - 161 O - Kathryn H. Phillips H - 152 R - Clayton M. Edsall C - 176

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NON PRO FUTURITY SCORE SHEET Back Name of Horse # Sire/Dam O - Owner R - Rider O = Open IO = Intermediate Open LO = Limited Open L1 = Level 1 Limited Open 108

119

121

122

123

124

125

146

148

149

150

153

154

160

165

166

Sex

Breed

Divisions H-Herd Draw R-Rein Draw C-Cow Draw

NP = Non Pro INP = Intermediate Non Pro AMT = $7,500 Amateur LDS = Ladies

HERD SCORE

REIN SCORE

SUB TOTAL

COW SCORE

GRAND TOTAL

Eddies Lacy RAB M 2013 NP • INP • NNP Hesa Eddie Hancock X Shesa Eddie X Lady H - 11 O - Rob A. Brown R - 51 R - Myles Brown C-7 Prime Minister Dunit G 2013 NP • INP • NNP • AMT Pale Face Dunnit X Shiney Lil Miss H - 40 O - Tori G. Simons R - 21 R - Tori G. Simons C - 57 Sanjo Starlena M 2013 NP • INP • NNP There Comes A Time X Sanjo Darlena H - 43 O - Diane A. Edwards R - 60 R - Diane A. Edwards C-4 ISR The Last Won M 2013 NP • INP • NNP Little Cielo X Miel Classic Tejon H - 62 O - Brendan & Stacy Duesterhaus R - 43 R - Stacy L. Duesterhaus C-5 Royal Isabella M 2013 NP • INP • NNP One Time Royalty X Oaks Rowdycat H-5 O - Dave And Kathy Ferguson R - 32 R - Kathy L. Ferguson C - 46 Metalic Dual S 2013 NP Metallic Cat X Dual Whisper H - 16 O - Dave And Kathy Ferguson R - 54 R - Dave A. Ferguson C - 42 Duel Shot Pepto G 2013 NP • INP • NNP Dual Rey X SDP I Love This Game H - 55 O - John T. Farris R - 29 R - John T. Farris C - 47 Reyc N Time G 2013 NP • INP • NNP • AMT One Time Pepto X Reymanising H - 52 O - Stacy L. Lynch R - 38 R - Stacy L. Lynch C-3 Im Countin Pennies M 2013 NP • INP • NNP Im Countin Checks X Chic This H - 27 O - Brent G. Lester R-7 R - Brent G. Lester C - 39 Diggin Up Boons G 2013 NP • INP • NNP • AMT Smart Boons X Reyhanna H - 15 O - Tyrel And Ashley Lembke R - 19 R - Ashley R. Lembke C - 56 Sugars Magic Memory G 2013 NP • INP • NNP Chics Magic Potion X Jays SugarPlum H - 58 O - Larry & Debbie Manley R - 30 R - Debbie Manley C - 11 Hicka Ruby Rey M 2013 NP • INP Hicka Rey X Highbrow Melody H - 21 O - Kenneth J. Schueller R-4 R - Kenneth J. Schueller C - 54 Justalittlefrosting M 2013 NP • INP • NNP Olena Oak X Shiners Baylena H - 56 O - Natall Melo R - 42 R - Natall Melo C - 13 Shades Of Bay 50 S 2013 NP • INP • NNP • AMT Cash It Johnny X Pepsi Banjo H - 51 O - Sammi Buzzard R - 22 R - Abby R. Philleo C - 32 Smart N Shiney Cat G 2013 NP • INP • NNP WR This Cats Smart X Winenshineme H - 50 O - Randy J. & Celia Gamble R - 33 R - Randy J. Gamble C - 61 Smooth Santanna S 2013 NP • INP • NNP Smooth As A Cat X Smart Mariah H - 46 O - Paul G. Wilinski R - 65 R - Paul G. Wilinski C - 30 WWW.NRCHA.COM/SNAFFLE-BIT-FUTURITY

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NON PRO FUTURITY SCORE SHEET Back Name of Horse # Sire/Dam O - Owner R - Rider O = Open IO = Intermediate Open LO = Limited Open L1 = Level 1 Limited Open

Sex

Breed

Divisions H-Herd Draw R-Rein Draw C-Cow Draw

NP = Non Pro INP = Intermediate Non Pro AMT = $7,500 Amateur LDS = Ladies

HERD SCORE

REIN SCORE

SUB TOTAL

COW SCORE

GRAND TOTAL

171 Ill Bet Cha S 2013 NP Bet Hesa Cat X Kiss Me A Little H - 29 O - Laurie Richards R - 11 R - Laurie Richards C - 44 177 Reyzer Jay S 2013 NP • INP Dual Rey X Missuma H - 36 O - Clark/Kathleen Reynolds R - 64 R - Clark L. Reynolds C-1 180 Sam M 2013 NP Grade X Grade H-8 O - Shannon M. McCarty R - 62 R - Shannon M. McCarty C - 28 188 Seven S LotsOfStyle M 2013 NP • INP Stylish Rey X Seven S Fiesta H - 59 O - Terry S. Forst R - 17 R - Terry S. Forst C - 48 194 Diamondz And Gold S 2013 NP • INP Wimpys Little Step X Ha Ruby N Diamonds H - 60 O - Patricia E. Ralls R-5 R - Patricia E. Ralls C - 23 197 Hey Nicci M 2013 NP • INP • NNP • AMT Nic It In The Bud X Sugartime 691 H - 28 O - LaDona D. Emmons R - 36 R - LaDona D. Emmons C - 65 205 Holy Cow Moly S 2013 NP • INP Once A Von A Time X Ms Melody Montana H - 7 O - Mr. & Mrs. W J Sanguinetti R - 14 R - Debby M. Sanguinetti C - 37 213 Lillys Vaquero S 2013 NP • INP • NNP • AMT Cat T Masterson X Rs Lilly Starlight H - 35 O - Clark W. Weaver R - 59 R - Clark W. Weaver C - 64 214 Bet Hesa Oak G 2013 NP • INP Bet Hesa Cat X Pretty Oak H - 42 O - Sophia T. Buttars R-9 R - Sophia T. Buttars C - 24 215 Yellow Roze Of Texas M 2013 NP • INP Yellow Roan Of Texas X Plain Cute Sugar H - 41 O - John E. Showalter R - 53 R - John E. Showalter C - 21 218 Bet Shesa Starlight M 2013 NP • INP • NNP Bet Hesa Cat X Grays Missylight H - 17 O - Ellory D. Mills R - 41 R - Ellory D. Mills C-8 223 Miss Dun Shined M 2013 NP Spray Shine X SLJ Smartly Dun H - 18 O - Adelia Burris R - 49 R - Tammy Jo Hays C - 60 224 Got This M 2013 AMT Smart Little Pepinic X Got Mister H - 38 O - Peggy J. Biller R - 28 R - Samantha J. Biller C - 63 228 Baraka Lights M 2013 NP • INP CD Lights X Baraka 072 H - 19 O - Tom/Carmen Buckingham R - 45 R - Carmen Buckingham C - 26 229 SJR Sanjos Lil Cat G 2013 NP • INP • NNP WR This Cats Smart X Sanjos Lil Angel H - 22 O - Paul Seitz R-3 R - Paul Seitz C - 53 235 Tanks A Million G 2013 NP Dual Smart Rey X TM Quiver H - 39 O - Bennirus Or Nicole Petty R - 40 R - Bubba M. Petty C - 19

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NON PRO FUTURITY SCORE SHEET Back Name of Horse # Sire/Dam O - Owner R - Rider O = Open IO = Intermediate Open LO = Limited Open L1 = Level 1 Limited Open 241

242

261

262

263

267

270

271

272

282

287

298

300

317

324

326

Sex

Breed

Divisions H-Herd Draw R-Rein Draw C-Cow Draw

NP = Non Pro INP = Intermediate Non Pro AMT = $7,500 Amateur LDS = Ladies

HERD SCORE

REIN SCORE

SUB TOTAL

COW SCORE

GRAND TOTAL

SmartLilMister S 2013 NP • INP Mr Playinstylish X Little Smart Ginger H - 31 O - Eric M. Freitas R - 61 R - Eric M. Freitas C - 34 Hal Ova Ride G 2013 NP • INP Halreycious X Nurse Elaine H - 49 O - Eric M. Freitas R - 23 R - Eric M. Freitas C - 14 Bet Hesa Scotti G 2013 NP Bet Hesa Cat X Lenas Scotti H - 63 O - Jayson & Teresa Fisher R-6 R - Jayson J. Fisher C - 35 This Cats A Keeper G 2013 NP Cats Merada X Two D Two Bar H - 30 O - Jayson & Teresa Fisher R - 46 R - Jayson J. Fisher C - 15 SJR One Time Al S 2013 NP • INP • NNP • AMT One Time Pepto X Ally McBoom H - 23 O - Chris & Melissa Garbrick R - 52 R - Melissa Garbrick C - 38 LB Fancy Cat S 2013 NP • INP • NNP RC Fancy Step X Cats Smarty H-4 O - Dana Or Harry De Haan R - 37 R - Harry C. De Haan C - 45 Delights Starla M 2013 NP • INP • NNP • AMT Diamond J Star X CS Equalizer Delight H - 37 O - Ryan And Antoniette Harms R - 34 R - Antoniette M. Harms C - 55 Very Smart Haida M 2013 NP • INP • NNP Very Smart Remedy X Goodbye Haida H - 14 O - Shelly L. Franklin R - 39 R - Shelly L. Franklin C - 51 Ill Be A Super Cat S 2013 NP • INP Tomcat Chex X Ill Be A Super Star H - 34 O - Carol D. Roberts R - 44 R - Carol D. Roberts C - 62 Tha Big Smoke M 2013 NP • INP • NNP Dual R Smokin X Lizzies Last Player H - 61 O - Robbie C. McKay R - 24 R - Robbie C. McKay C-2 Nics Lil Moonshine M 2013 AMT Cats Moonshine X Nics Smart Lena H - 13 O - Jean A. Moore R - 10 R - Brian Moore C - 33 High Brow Kitty Cat M 2013 NP • INP • NNP Palo Duro Cat X Hickorys Jac O Lena H-9 O - Sonya N. Distefano R - 57 R - Sonya N. Distefano C - 18 Be Metallic M 2013 NP • INP • NNP Metallic Cat X Tassas Playgun H-2 O - Ace Black Ranch R - 50 R - John Schutte C - 20 Gotta Get Bleach S 2013 NP • INP • NNP Gotta Go Get It X Santas Little Helper H - 12 O - Tom And Jeanne James R - 35 R - Tom J. James C - 16 Chics Made Me Do It G 2013 NP • INP • NNP Shining Lil Nic X Chic San Olena H - 65 O - Keri L. Hudson-Reykdal R - 15 R - Keri L. Hudson-Reykdal C - 10 Smooth Shot To Third G 2013 AMT Third Cutting X Willfull H-6 O - Jayson & Teresa Fisher R - 63 R - Wyatt J. Fisher C - 22 WWW.NRCHA.COM/SNAFFLE-BIT-FUTURITY

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NON PRO FUTURITY SCORE SHEET Back Name of Horse # Sire/Dam O - Owner R - Rider O = Open IO = Intermediate Open LO = Limited Open L1 = Level 1 Limited Open 327

328

330

344

345

347

348

352

353

356

357

360

361

362

367

502

Sex

Breed

Divisions H-Herd Draw R-Rein Draw C-Cow Draw

NP = Non Pro INP = Intermediate Non Pro AMT = $7,500 Amateur LDS = Ladies

HERD SCORE

REIN SCORE

SUB TOTAL

COW SCORE

GRAND TOTAL

This Girls Gone Wild M 2013 NP Wild Haired Cat X Connie Quixote H - 10 O - Bennirus Or Nicole Petty R - 18 R - Bubba M. Petty C - 41 This Cats A Bentley G 2013 AMT WR This Cats Smart X Nics Lil Angel H - 57 O - Tom Or Sonya Coolahan R-2 R - Tom L. Coolahan C - 25 Nitro Daddyo G 2013 AMT Cuttin Like My Dad X Tangallulah H - 64 O - Dakota Pelton R - 16 R - Dakota Pelton C - 36 One Kool Moon G 2013 NP • INP • NNP • AMT Cats Full Moon X One Stylish Babe H-3 O - Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Newman R - 25 R - Jennifer M. Newman C - 50 Cuttin Like The Duke G 2013 AMT Cuttin Like My Dad X Olenas Dixie Chic H - 20 O - Brenda K. Hannan R - 48 R - Brenda K. Hannan C - 59 Genuine Ragtime CD M 2013 NP • INP • NNP • AMT Genuine Masterpiece X This Ragtime Cat H - 32 O - Donnell Or Kelli Brown R - 55 R - Lanham Brown C - 40 Rockin Super Star G 2013 AMT Rockin W X Spoonfula Susie H - 53 O - Mike J. Knecht R-8 R - Mike J. Knecht C - 49 High Brow Falutin G 2013 NP • INP • NNP High Brow CD X TM Quiver H - 26 O - Conrad T. Swanson R - 47 R - Conrad T. Swanson C - 17 Rose Pistola M 2013 AMT Shining Lil Nic X Shes A Nu Lynx H - 45 O - Jon And Laura Edwards R - 58 R - Claire L. Edwards C - 27 Tangy Lil Time G 2013 AMT Lil Time To Smoke X Mambocat H-1 O - Murray G. Thompson R - 27 R - Murray G. Thompson C-6 SJR Cattin Time S 2013 AMT One Time Pepto X Shez Cat Actin H - 24 O - Jeff Fenske R - 31 R - Jeff Fenske C - 58 Sparks N Smarts S 2013 AMT Very Smart Remedy X Shining Cielo H - 47 O - Stewart Ranch R - 12 R - Chantz Stewart C - 29 Sweet Lil Caroline M 2013 NP • INP • NNP • AMT Sweet Lil Pepto X Cat Haze H - 54 O - Ty Cole Performance Horses R - 20 R - Ty K. Cole C - 31 Genuinely Roo M 2013 NP • INP Gallo Del Cielo X Genuinely Nu H - 25 O - Shawn & Kim Renshaw R - 56 R - Shawn B. Renshaw C - 12 PRF Mister Smooth S 2013 AMT Smooth As A Cat X Sons Miss Sprat H - 44 O - Nolan Reil R - 26 R - Nolan Reil C-9 Tap Out Sioux M 2013 AMT A Shiner Named Sioux X Six Chick Gin H - 48 O - Margaret M Green R - 13 R - Margaret M Green C - 52

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NON PRO FUTURITY SCORE SHEET Back Name of Horse # Sire/Dam O - Owner R - Rider O = Open IO = Intermediate Open LO = Limited Open L1 = Level 1 Limited Open 508

Sex

Breed

Divisions H-Herd Draw R-Rein Draw C-Cow Draw

NP = Non Pro INP = Intermediate Non Pro AMt = $7,500 Amateur LDS = Ladies

Cats Genuine Shiner G 2013 Cats Moonshine X Jasons Sunshine O - Austin L. Miller R - Austin L. Miller

HERD SCORE

REIN SCORE

SUB TOTAL

COW SCORE

GRAND TOTAL

AMT H - 33 R-1 C - 43

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NON PRO LIMITED FUTURITY SCORE SHEET Back Name of Horse # Sire/Dam O - Owner R - Rider O = Open IO = Intermediate Open LO = Limited Open L1 = Level 1 Limited Open 224

266

279

327

329

331

333

335

336

358

359

507

Sex

Breed

Divisions H-Herd Draw R-Rein Draw C-Cow Draw

NP = Non Pro INP = Intermediate Non Pro AMT = $7,500 Amateur LDS = Ladies

Got This M 2013 Smart Little Pepinic X Got Mister O - Peggy J. Biller R - Samantha J. Biller Slicker Than Nic S 2013 Nics Black Diamond X JP Littlesmokinamber O - Claire E. Hanssen R - Claire E. Hanssen This Smart Cat G 2013 WR This Cats Smart X Lenas Nu Cash O - Julie-Anne L. O’Rear R - Julie-Anne L. O’Rear This Girls Gone Wild M 2013 Wild Haired Cat X Connie Quixote O - Bennirus Or Nicole Petty R - Nicole D. Petty Cashmere Lights M 2013 CD Lights X Catzooks O - Amy E. Wright R - Amy E. Wright Tex Me A Cat M 2013 Zezes Pepto Cat X Texas Switch O - Rainy Walker R - Rainy Walker Jewels Diamond Rocks M 2013 That CD Rocks X Sweet Smokin Diamond O - Carolyn Shipp R - Carolyn Shipp Smart Jessie Boons M 2013 Imacockadoodledude X Grace Personified O - Bryan M. Scott R - Bryan M. Scott Heres Lookin At Roo G 2013 Gallo Del Cielo X Pegi Rico O - John E. & Kaitlin J. Ormson R - Kaitlin J. Ormson Cattyholic G 2013 Catty Hawk X Boomerita O - Mindy L. Barkemeyer R - Mindy L. Barkemeyer Hicka Dwight G 2013 Hicka Rey X Gunsmokes Mist O - Wayne A. Hanson R - Wayne A. Hanson SH Powdercat M 2013 Chromed Peppy Cat X Gunpowder Cat O - Jessica D. Wright R - Jessica D. Wright

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NPLFT H-6 R - 10 C-3 NPLFT H-2 R - 11 C-8 NPLFT H-7 R-2 C-6 NPLFT H - 10 R-6 C-7 NPLFT H-3 R-9 C-1 NPLFT H-9 R-3 C - 10 NPLFT H-4 R-5 C - 12 NPLFT H-8 R-7 C-2 NPLFT H - 12 R-1 C-4 NPLFT H-5 R - 12 C-9 NPLFT H - 11 R-8 C-5 NPLFT H-1 R-4 C - 11

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