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SWRHA Futurity


Lindsey McCutcheon aboard Dunit Special Nite.


“I’m really happy. I raised her and own her parents,” Nelson said


about Big Time


Jazzy. “She just is a re- ally good-minded easy horse so you just lope her off and go. She just


Tami Nelson & Big Time Jazzy


says yes the whole time out there in the pen so I just kicked her and kicked her and when you stop kick- ing she slows down. When you run down and stop kicking, she stops. She’s a great mare.”


“I’m excited. It was really fun and I know now that there is more there that I didn’t tap into, so I’m really excited to go to the NRHA Futurity with her and hopefully she will ride nice there like she did here,” Putman said about HA Lenas Tune. “I had three half point penal- ties but that was more my fault than it was hers. She was just real sweet in the circles and came back nice, I was happy with her there. I couldn’t be happier.


“I’m really happy with my


horse. We just had one little bitty deal on our last stop, but other than that, I’m super happy with him. He felt really good but you just never really know with 3-year-olds and this is our first time to show one handed, so you just don’t know what’s going to happen,” McCutch- eon said. “Coming in he was really quiet and waited for me. I really had to make him run down to his stops but he was still great and I am really happy with him.” Each rider scored a 215.5 for


the tie and garnered a $1,407 pay- check.


Nelson and Big Time Jazzy


(Shine Big Time x Skippin Whiz) also captured the Level 2 Champi- onship with their score of 215.5. The


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duo garnered a $1,134 paycheck. Putman and HA Lenas Tune


(Lena Spark x DA Nic A Tune), owned by Gary Putman, also earned the


Prime worth $673. Samantha Larcombe piloted


My Nu Mercedes Rox into the win- ner’s circle in the Level 1 with a score of 211 for the Championship. “It was a bit of a surprise, I had


no idea, but I’m happy and I’ll take it,” Larcombe said about her win. “I wasn’t overly happy with my run, I think he could do better but he’s a 3-year-old so we’ve got a little bit to work on in the next month or so before Oklahoma City. He’s a homebred, and he’s the first one I’ve ridden by my mare. It’s just nice to ride one of my own and it’s kind of a little bit of an accomplishment. We are just going to try and do better at Oklahoma City.”


Larcombe and My Nu Mer-


cedes Rox (Cromed Out Mercedes x Roxana Chex) also garnered a $245 paycheck. A custom SWRHA Golf Cart went to the Sire of the Level 4 Fu- turity Non Pro Champion, Gunners Special Nite. A custom buckle went to the Level 3 Champion and there was a tie between Shine Big Time and Gunners Special Nite. The Lev- el 2 buckle went to Shine Big Time, the Level 1 was Cromed Out Mer- cedes, and the Prime Time was Dun It With A Twist.


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December 2015 Time Championship Morgan Grand National - Cont from page 13


both the World Champion Geld- ing and World Champion Stal- lion honors. The two-year-old Brave, shown by John Hufferd for Saralin Morgan Horse Farm, was the World Champion Ju- nior Gelding. For the mares, the yearling filly SLB Gordon Girl was the World Champion Junior Mare with Mark Bodnar showing for Sherry Bartolucci. Treble’s She’s Mizbehavin was shown to World Champion Se- nior Mare and World Champion Mare titles with Tim Roesink for Mountain Hawk Farm Ltd. For the stallions, the yearling colt, Primal, led by Phil Fountain for Peeper Ranch, left the ring as the World Champion Junior Stallion. Former champion, Dragonsme- ade Icon, returned to Oklahoma to earn the World Champion Se- nior Stallion and World Champi- on Stallion honors for the second time. He was lead to victory by longtime trainer, Tim Roesink for Dragonsmeade.


In the performance divi- sions, David Rand rode Angela Conner Bulmer’s VL Zaia to claim the World English Plea- sure Championship. Alyssa Wick rode Indian Creek Bali Ha’i GCH to top honors as the World Hunter Pleasure Champi- on for Irina and Rebecca Shav- lik. Graycliff Tony Hawk, with owner Peggy Alderman in the buggy, switched gears and won


the World Park Harness Cham- pionship after winning the four- year-old world class. Rick Ger- vasio rode SP Remington to the World Western Pleasure Cham- pionship for Stone Pine Farm LLC. Tim Roesink returned to the ring with the World Champi- on Stallion, Dragonsmeade Icon, to win the open world champion- ship in pleasure driving. It was announced following his victory pass that Icon is now retired from the show ring. Nikki Rae Wood- worth rode As Predicted GCH to win the very competitive World Park Saddle Championship for Deborah Hamilton, who also earned a world championship in the Amateur Masters division. Peggy Alderman returned to the ring to win the World Roadster to Bike Championship with Flaire- tation for a record fifth year in a row. Alderman continues to be the most winning roadster driver in Morgan history, driving to the world championship 11 times. Plans already are underway


for next year’s show, which will take place October 8-15 in, of course, Oklahoma City. Cindy Mugnier of Belchertown, Mas- sachusetts, will be the show chairman. For more information and complete results on the Morgan Grand National, visit us online at morgangrandnational.com. w


Moriah Ever Vigilant & Karen Laubach


Waltenberry


Courtesy USEA/Leslie Mintz Photo


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