Tammy Hays & Miss Prize Maker Wrap Up The Non-Pro Win In Reno

Tammy Hays & & Miss Reward MakerThe Futurity Non-Pro came to a close Friday, Oct. 3, at the NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity in Reno, Nev., and 3 brand-new champions were called. From 21 competitors in the Non-Pro, it was Tammy Hays and Miss Prize Maker who took the Championship.
Miss Prize Maker (Topsails Rien Maker x Miss Colonels Prize x Smokums Reward) and Hays made a great group as they scored a 643 total amount on 3 occasions (210 herd/216 rein/217 cow) taking home a $17,762 check.
Hays likewise rode CR Wood Be N Caicos (Woody Be Tuff x Dees Cat Meow x High Eyebrow Cat) and offered Miss Reward Maker a run for her cash, but their score of 641 failed by simply 2 points. CR Wood Be N Caicos wound up 3rd and earned $11,102. Hays gathered $28,864 in finals cash.
Mike Miller piloted Firecat Flashenfever (Playboys Buck Fever x Firecat Cash x Miss N Cash money) to a composite score of 641.5 (213 herd/210.5 rein/218 cow), and declared the Futurity Non-Pro Reserve Championship, obtaining a check for $13,322. The pair also won the Intermediate Non-Pro Champion and an $8,731 check, taking home a total amount of $22,053.

Karey FranzKarey Franz brought a mare to Reno that was fairly new to her, however she was prepared to turn up the heat. LA Shinning (Shiners Lena Doc x Sugary food Kwackin Trona x Little Trona) and her owner made the finals in the Intermediate Non-Pro and the Newbie Non-Pro.
In the herd work, among Franz’& rsquo; s best events, the duo selected up a 213; nevertheless, some bobbles in the rein work earned them a 200.5, putting them behind the curve entering into the cow work.
Down the fence, Franz and LA Shinning marked a 214.5, bringing their final-round composite to a 628. That rating held for the Beginner Championship, worth $2,710, and 3rd in the Intermediate, worth $5,457.
The Amateur Non-Pro Reserve title went to Shannon McCarty and Chicaroo Kitty (Hick Chicaroo x Kat 5) after they accumulated a 624.5 total amount on 3 occasions (213 herd/205.5 rein/206 cow). That efficiency benefited a $6,534 payday, including a fourth-place finish in the Intermediate.
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