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Morgan


Mandy McCutcheon & Paint The Nite


Dragonsmeade Icon & Tim Roesink


Spook sired the Level 2 Champion, which was Dun Spooked Us. The Level 1 Champion buckle went to Shine on Line, the sire of Double Down Shiner. The highest placing Level 4 Open mare in the Futurity received the Symbiont Mare Bonus of $1000. The winner was ARC Gunna Mark Ya by Gunnatrashya, ridden by Casey Deary for Swartz- ky Performance Horses to a score of 221.5. Another award given during the Open Finals


Awards Ceremony was a beautiful custom-made headstall from Travis Stillson. A drawing of all Futurity entries found the winner - Eileen Crane, a Scottsdale Western World Non Pro Futurity entry.


Non Pro Futurity Champions The Non Pro’s battled it out for the top spot


in the Scottsdale Western World Non Pro Futurity. As draw #5 in the 47-horse class, Cade Mc-


Cutcheon rode Sara Goes Fly to a score of 217, set- ting the bar for his contestants. However, coming out of the draw as #31, his mother, Mandy piloted Paint The Nite to score a 218.5 for the Champion- ship.


“All my horses tried to be good, but she was really good. I was a little bit distracted, but she was really good,” Mandy said. “I had a little glitch in my right lead lope departure but other than that she was really good. She’s a really big stopper so when it’s time to go stop I know it’s going to be a fun time.”


Mandy and Paint The Nite (Gunners Special


Nite x Darlins Not Painted) received a $5,515 pay- check. Taking home the Non Pro Futurity Reserve


was Cade and Sara Goes Fly (Einsteins Revolution x Sara Goes Hollywood), owned by James Mc- Cutcheon. The duo garnered a $3,357. Three horse-and-rider teams tied for the Lev-


el 3 Championship; Tami Nelson aboard Big Time Jazzy, Teresa Putman aboard HA Lenas Tune, and


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Breed Celebrated In Oklahoma City


Morgan Horse The best of the best in the Mor-


gan breed was celebrated in Oklaho- ma City for the 2015 edition of the Grand National & World Champion- ship Morgan Horse Show®, October 10-17. Since 1973, this show has rep- resented the pinnacle of achievement in the Morgan horse world. More than 1,000 of the world’s finest Morgan horses from across the United States, Canada, and Europe met in Oklahoma City, OK to compete in over 300 class- es for $400,000-plus in prize money. Matt Kwapich of Bernalillo, NM,


was the show’s manager for the sec- ond year in a row, and C.A. “Tony” Lee of Birmingham, AL, served in the capacity of show chairman. The Youth of the Year Contest


had 12 competitors this year. Victo- ria Angers of Merrimac, New Hamp- shire, was crowned the winner of this prestigious contest. Angers, 16, will receive a unique custom-designed prize package valuing $3,500. This award is generously sponsored by the Cynthia Elaine Epperson Trust. Earn- ing reserve honors in the contest was Bethea Phelan, 22, of Kingston, New Hampshire, who also has earned a cus- tom-designed prize. The 2015 World Champion Geld- ing, Mastroianni, owned by Brenda Varney and shown by Richard Boule, set a record at this year’s show by being the only Morgan horse to win


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