Lindy Ashlock & Little Miss One Time Top Brazos Bash Derby Non-Pro

Little Miss One Time & & Lindy AshlockThe Brazos Bash saw 15 horse-and-rider groups on Saturday, Oct. 4, and right from eviction, Abilene, Texas, citizen Lindy Ashlock laid down a run to mark a score of 218 aboard Little Miss One Time, setting bench high. It ended up being the score to beat, because 14 entries later on, she was announced the Derby Non-Pro Champion.
Ashlock and the 4-year-old mare she owns with her hubby, Wes, stayed near the top in the very first and second go-rounds, marking scores of 215 and 218.5, respectively. They took the second area moving into the finals with a composite score of 433.5. Their high rating of 218 in the finals earned them a significant paycheck worth $17,000. Little Miss One Time (One Time Pepto x Puddykat x High Brow Feline), who was reproduced by Eddie and Barbara Young, of San Angelo, Texas, left the Brazos Bash with more than $54,200 on her Equi-Stat record. Ashlock’& rsquo; s own record exceeded the $980,500 mark.
The Derby Non-Pro Reserve title went to Chad Bushaw, of Weatherford, Texas, and Miss Priss Pepto (Peptoboonsmal x Prissie Feline x High Brow Cat), reproduced by Anderson Cattle Business, of Victoria, Texas, who strolled to the herd second in the draw and marked a rating of 217 to earn the title and $15,000.
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