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Daddys Checks (Im Countin Checks X Playguns Courage) and Lance Johnston of Lindsay took home a $20,000 purse for their Open Futurity Reserve Championship title, and another $12,000 for winning the Intermediate Open Futurity division.


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fence). Daddys Checks is owned by Todd and Chrissy Rogers of Bakersfi eld. In the Limited Open Futurity Division, Holly Marsh rode Master Pici (Smart Lit le Pepinic X Masters Miss Pici) into the win- ner’s circle, earning $7,500. Master Pici is owned by Dann Russell of San Simeon. Marsh, from Gaviota, and Master Pici won with a composite score of 637 (208 herd, 217.5 rein work, 211.5 fence). Johnston also dominated two of the Open


Futurity divisions in the preliminaries, with the high composite score in the Open and Intermediate Open, riding Can You See Me Pops (Cee Mr Hickory X Doin It Too) with a composite score of 654. The gelding’s own- ers, Monty and Carlee Miller of Springville, were presented with custom Chaz Mitchell hats at the Hall of Achievement Banquet on Thursday night. Scot Seeklander of Milton Freewater, Ore., and his horse, VSR Rewind, were the prelim- inary leaders in the Limited Open Futurity division with a composite score of 638, and was also awarded a custom Chaz Mitchell hat at the Hall of Achievement Banquet. VSR Rewind is a gelding by Very Smart Remedy and out of Jewels Stormy Star.


Non Pro Futurity Champions George Booney (Pret y Boy Boon X Drivin Ms Ruby) and Shields took home three sad-


Ted Robinson, here winning the Open Hackamore Championship on CD Sparkin, received the perpetual Benny Guitron Open Hackamore Memorial Trophy. The bust of a hackamore horse was donated by Friends of Benny Guitron.


dles, three buckles, and a combined total of $14,700 for winning the championships of all three Non Pro Futurity divisions: a $10,000 purse in the Non Pro, $2,100 in the Intermediate Non Pro, and $2,600 in the Amateur. George Booney and Shields won with a composite score of 636 (213.5 herd, 207.5 rein work, and 215 fence). Shields also won the Ladies High-Point


buckle, sponsored by Meinhold Property Services, for having the highest preliminary score out of both the Open and Non Pro Futurity female competitors. A Total Rock Star and Laura Osborne


Campbell from Clovis, won the Non Pro Limited Futurity Championship title and a check for $2,500. Owned by Campbell, A Total Rock Star is a mare by That CD Rocks and out of Spats Lil Spitfi re. The pair had a composite score of 616.5 (203 herd, 203.5 rein work, 210 boxing).


Youth Scholarships Over $10,000 in scholarship monies were


paid out to the top Youth Bridle and Youth Limited competitors at the Reno Snaffl e Bit Futurity. Pierce Wold, riding Real Smooth Cat (Smooth As A Cat X Real Plain Jane) received $3,000 in scholarship monies for his Youth Bridle Championship win. In the Youth Limited on Sunday, Emery


Pura and Smart Teena Cash (Very Smart Remedy X Teena Cash Flo) won $1,500 in


scholarship monies for their winning run. Other youth scholarship recipients


included: Lauren Hopkins, riding Circles Nu Galaxy in the Youth Bridle ($2,000); Maycn McCullough, riding Haida Whiz in the Youth Limited ($1,250); Mead Gerfen, riding Lit le Flo Lena in the Youth Limited ($1,000); Lilly Lizama, riding Got a Plan in the Youth Limited ($750); and Mason Beal.


Open Hackamore & Open Bridle Champions Ted Robinson and CD Sparkin won the Open Hackamore Champion with a compos- ite score of 440, and took home a check for $5,040. CD Sparkin, owned by Nikki Jump of Ventura, is a 2013 gelding by CD Lights and out of Gyspy Starshine. In honor of the late Benny Guitron, a talented horseman known as the master with a hackamore and the fi rst Snaffl e Bit Futurity Champion on Kit’s Smoke when the event moved to Reno in 1976, Robinson was presented with the perpetual Benny Guitron Open Hackamore Memorial Trophy at the Hall of Achievement Banquet. The bust of a hackamore horse was donated by Friends of Benny Guitron. In conjunction with the inaugural Renos


Snaffl e Bit Futurity, the legendary Bobby Ingersoll was presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award during the futurity’s Hall of Achievement Banquet, held Sept. 14 at the Silver Legacy. More online: http://bit.ly/10A_Reno


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