Randy ChartierThe All American Quarter Horse Congress Cutting Futurity, Derby and Classic concluded on Oct. 5 in Columbus, Ohio. Equi-Stat Elite $1 Million Rider Randy Chartier had a fantastic day, winning both the Derby and Classic Open.
Chartier’s first win featured Wild Haired Suzanna (Wild Haired Feline x Smartest Little Sue x Smartest Little Pep) in the Derby Open, where the duo marked a 222 and made $5,972. This win has actually improved her Equi-Stat lifetime earnings to $6,722.
The 2010 mare, reproduced by Jay Novacek’s Upper 84 Cattle ranch, of Joshua, Texas and possessed by Bower Trading Inc., of Lafayette, Ind., was a Non-Pro finalist at the National Cutting Equine Association (NCHA) Eastern National Championships with James Bower riding. .
Collierville, Tenn. resident and Equi-Stat Elite $1 Million Rider Zeke Entz recorded the Derby Open Reserve Champion aboard Ichi Bitty Chula (Cat Ichi x Kool Chul x Chula Dual). The duo marked a 221 and earned a check for $4,403. Ichi Bitty Chula and owner Rebecca Lenderman, of Sikeston, Missouri, formerly completed fifth in the Derby Amateur at the Cotton Stakes in September.
Randy Chartier earned his second win of the day aboard Blu Light Special (Light N Lena x Playboy Unique Copy x Freckles Playboy), owned by Dan Agnew, of Lapeer, Mich. A finals score of 222 protected the Classic Open Championship and a check for $8,117. The Marine City, Mich., rider won last year’s Classic Open and has lifetime profits of $1,085,833. Blu Light Special now boasts an Equi-Stat record of $15,151.
Reyz Me Two times (Dual Smart Rey x Tapt Twice x Dual Pep) lugged Kevin Walden, of Summerfield, N.C., to the Classic Open Reserve title. This horse-and-rider group marked a 221 and earned a look for $5,877. The 2009 mare, possessed by Gale Force Quarter Horses, of Conway, S.C., has life time earnings of $17,651 and is the leading money-earner from her dam, Tapt Two times.
Cory Deel piloted 2 horses in the Futurity Open finals, however it was Cat Royale (Royal Fletch x Haidas Little Feline x Haidas Little Pep) who lugged him to the win. Deel, of Alto, Ga., and Cat Royale marked a 214.5, earning a look for $4,748.
“I prepared last on her, the cattle were really challenging, and I just tried to show wise and make it through it. She’s an actually actually big-stopping equine,” said Deel. “She truly listens to me a lot and she handles a cow very well. She lets me ride her when I have to.”.
Prior to Congress, Deel had lifetime earnings of $9,760. The 3-year-old mare was reproduced by Kit and Charlie Moncrief, of Aledo, Texas. Cat Royale is possessed by Jarrett and Shannon Callahan, of McConnells, S.C., who likewise own the Futurity Open Reserve Co-Champion, Cats Dual Jazz.
Deel rode Cats Dual Jazz (Felines Dual Olena x Jigging Jazzy x Dual Jazz) in the finals to mark a 214, simply a half-point point shy of the winning run. The 2011 stallion, reproduced and owned by the Callahan’s, made a look for$3,324. Pepanito Boon (Peeka Pep x Benitos Freckles x Benitos Pearl), owned by Bruce Gibbs, of Clayton, Ind., brought Andrew Larsen, of Danville, Ind., to a Futurity Open Reserve Co-Championship title. They marked a 214 and protected a look for $3,324.
“It’s very great,” Deel said of finishing very first and tying for 2nd in the finals. “I didn’t believe in a million years it would occur, but it worked out.”.
The Futurity Non-Pro finals were the last aged event of the day. Winning the title was Bret Parsons aboard Chics R Neat (Neat Little Feline x Smart Aggie Chic x Smart Chic Olena), owned by Panther Creek Ranch, of Cognerville, Ill. The Goodfield, Ill., rider piloted the gelding to mark a 208, winning by a shocking 20-point margin. The Futurity Non-Pro Champ title likewise carried a check for $2,956. This win enhanced Parsons lifetime earnings to $244,368.
The Futurity Non-Pro Reserve Champion went to David Patee and his mare, Hals My Daddy (Halreycious x XY Zee x High Brow Feline), reproduced by Jimmy Kemp Jr., of Cisco, Texas. The duo scored a 188 in the finals and took house a check for $850. Patee has prior revenues of $13,942.
Bret Parsons rode his homebred stallion Wild Black Feline (Wild Haired Cat x Fancy This Mate x Smart Mate) to the Derby Non-Pro Championship, marking a 221 and getting hold of a check for $4,215. Wild Black Cat is the 3rd money-earner from Fancy This Mate, who has actually likewise produced Shez Bossy, an earner of $5,621, and Tashas Wild Child, an earner of $3,482.
Lauren Chartier, of Weatherford, Texas, captured the Derby Non-Pro Reserve Champion on her 2010 mare Ironn Butterfly (Just Playin Smart x Smart Cat Moria x High Eyebrow Cat). Their score of 218 made a $3,523 paycheck. The duo recently took home $18,056 after positioning 5th in the Derby Non-Pro at the NCHA Super Stakes. Their Congress reward money will be contributed to Chartier’s lifetime revenues of $466,348. Pam Foster, of Brock, Texas, rode her homebred stallion Swiss Kid (CD Lights x Swiss Girl x Lenas Gem Bars) to win the Classic Non-Pro Champion, worth $4,887. The duo scored a 220, winning by a three and one-half-point margin. This Congress check nearly matches Foster’s life time revenues of$4,904. & ldquo; Handgun & rdquo; now has profits of$4,473.
Drawing up 2nd in the finals allowed Foster to cut the cows she desired and it ultimately settled. “& ldquo; I was truly able to drive my cows out, which is truly crucial because arena since it’s not extremely “big, & rdquo; discussed Foster. & ldquo; My steed was actually great. He s extremely, extremely smart. This is probably the fourth time I’ve showed him, so I was proud of him.”& rdquo; Protecting the Timeless Non-Pro Reserve title was Chartier and her homebred gelding Spoonful Of Tears (Hes A Peptospoonful x Widows Tears x Widows Freckles). Marking a 216.5 in the finals earned them a check for $3,625. The duo just recently put 4th in the NCHA Super Stakes Timeless Non-Pro and added $13,130 to their 2014 earnings of $26,840. Spoonful Of Tears has lifetime revenues of nearly $65,000, according to Equi-Stat.