One Time Choice Wins Mercuria Open At The All American Quarter Horse Congress

One Time Option and Chubby Turner, contending at last year’s NCHA World Finals • & bull; Hart PhotosEqui-Stat Elite $2 Million Rider Chubby Turner, of Weatherford, Texas, and One Time Selection won the Mercuria/NCHA World Series of Cutting Open at the All American Quarter Horse Congress, in Columbus, Ohio. In the Oct. 9 finals, Turner and One Time Selection marked a 229 to take the Champion and earn $10,978.
This vibrant team has actually had their share of success in the program pen. NCHA Open World Champ One Time Choice (One Time Pepto x Hickory Option x SR Immediate Selection) has actually brought Turner to numerous wins around the nation. Since Oct. 10, One Time Option is leading the NCHA Open World standings as she tries to repeat as World Champ in 2014.
The 2007 mare, had by J 5 Horse Ranch, of Weatherford, Texas, is the only money-earner from Hickory Option and is the 5th leading money-earner sired by One Time Pepto. According to Equi-Stat, One Time Selection has lifetime revenues of $155,335.
Lizzys Got ta Babe (Lizzys Got ta Gamer x Moms Stylish Babe x Docs Elegant Oak) carried trainer Adan Banuelos to the Congress Mercuria Open Reserve Champion with a 225. They made $8,234 for their efforts. Lizzys Got ta Babe formerly won the Mercuria Open at the El Rancho Futurity with Morgan Cromer in the saddle. The 8-year-old mare is possessed by Tim and Missy Drummond, of Pawhuska, Okla., had revenues of $51,049.

Equi-Stat Elite $1 Million Rider Joe Howard Williamson rode his 2007 gelding Acatbequick (High Eyebrow Feline x KD Shorty x Kit Dual) to win the Mercuria/NCHA World Series of Cutting Non-Pro Champion. Marking a 224 in the finals, Williamson, of Wichita Falls, Texas, took home a check for $11,254.
Acatbequick, bred by Elizabeth Peculiarity, of Weatherford, Texas, boosted his life time revenues to $185,021 with this win. He is the leading money-earner out of his dam, KD Shorty (Kit Dual x Shorty Lena Sue x Shorty Lena).
The Mercuria Non-Pro Reserve Champion went to Lauren Chartier, of Weatherford, Texas, and Cees Little Poo (SR Immediate Choice x Perry Poo x Perry San), reproduced by Bar H Ranche, likewise of Weatherford. The duo marked a 220.5 and made a check for $8,441. Cees Little Poo, possessed by Robert Middleton, of Flora, Miss., has actually earned $220,179 in his life time. Chartier’s lifetime earnings are now $477,594.

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