Julie Jarma & Patrick Collins Share Brazos Bash Classic Non-Pro Title

Julie Jarma & & Patrick Collins • & bull; Image by Jordan HendersonTwo sets of difficult competition took control of the Brazos Bash on Oct. 3 in Weatherford, Texas, during the Classic Non-Pro finals, and efforts made by Patrick Collins and Julie Jarma ended in a Co-Championship.
Weatherford, Texas, local Jarma and her mount Shortful topped the first go-round of the Classic Non-Pro with a rating of 219. They returned to the second go and marked a 212 to make a composite rating of 431 to advance to the finals. They arised 3rd in the draw in the very first set of the finals, and marked a score of 218 to take the Co-Championship and earn $16,000.
Collins, of Lincoln, Ill., rode Oh Miss Caroline (High Brow Cat x Oh Cay Shorty x Shorty Lena). He and his homebred mare marked a first go-round score of 217.5 and a 2nd go score of 219 to top the leader board with a 436.5 moving into the Classic Non-Pro finals. Coming out sixth in the attract the first set of the finals, they put down a run to mark a score of 218 to share the Champion and earn $16,000.
Futurity Non-Pro
Eleven horse-and-rider duos contended in the Futurity Non-Pro pencil finals on Oct. 1. Riding to the herd third in the draw was Weatherford resident Chad Bushaw and his Call Me Queen B, had by Bushaw’& rsquo; s Crown Cattle ranch. The duo marked a score of 216 in the very first go-round. In the 2nd, Bushaw and Call Me Queen B marked a 211 to earn a composite score of 427, winning the Futurity Non-Pro Champion and $8,800.
The Futurity Non-Pro Reserve Championship went to Ty Moore and his mount Smooth Georgy, who marked first and second go scores of 212 for a 424 composite. They walked away with $6,700 for their accomplishment.
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