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Goin’ Gold


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Carol Williamson and High Brow Shiner got it done to win crowns in both Non Pro Bridle and Novice Non Pro Bridle classes on Saturday.


Big names, big numbers vie in SCRCHA


Pot o’ Gold Show T from horsetrader staff reports


EMECULA—The weather finally heat- ed up in March, and the competition did, too, at the Southern California


Reined Cow Horse Association Pot O Gold Show. There were some big classes and top open riders at the Pot O Gold, held March 15-18 at Casner’s Ranch. Herd work classes drew strong entries with the Open and Non Pro classes totaling 33 between them. Richard Winters, riding his A Spoonful Of Jonez, took first in the 19-horse Open with a 73, a point ahead of Roy Rich on the Rocking J Ranch’s Very Smart Luck (Very Smart Remedy x Gunna Be Lucky). Nicolas Barthelemy rode White Tail Ranch’s KK Sugar Twist to third place with a 71.5. Teri Keffer topped 14 entries in the Non


Pro herd work, taking her Wright To Shine to a 70, two points beyond reserve Rachel Reedy on her Uno Whats What. Charles Stevens was a star in both


Saturday and Sunday cow horse classes, rid- ing a pair of horses owned by Erin Ellison to wins. Aboard Smartest Hotshot (Smart Litle Lena X Lean N Stylish), Stevens won the Open Bridle and Senior Working Cow Horse on Saturday, topping Doug Williamson on Rocking J Ranch’s Short And Smart (Smart Litle Lena x Miss Shorty Paloma) in Saturday’s Open Bridle by a half-point with a 146. In Non Pro bridle cow horse action, Carol Williamson rode High Brow Shiner (Shining Lil Nic x High Brow Meow) to championships both days, marking a 144 on Sunday aſter winning Saturday’s class with a 142.5. Devon Camilleri continued her hot start to 2019 with her Just Call Me Earl, winning


Charles Stevens and Smartest Hotshot were stars at the SCRCHA Pot O Gold Show, taking Open Bridle and Senior Working Cow Horse titles both days.


Danger Dingo photo


Danger Dingo photo


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