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    Shoot Out at Casner Ranch

    Battles for saddles, Cut for a Cause are part of popular SCRCHA weekend

    From releases and staff reports - November 6th, 2014 - Show & Event News

    Winners at 2014 Southern California Reined Cow Horse Association 2014 Shoot Out line-up for their trophy picture. The show was held Oct. 17-19 at Casner's Ranch.

    Winners at 2014 Southern California Reined Cow Horse Association 2014 Shoot Out line-up for their trophy picture. The show was held Oct. 17-19 at Casner’s Ranch.

    Jeff Lynch photo

    TEMECULA — Another year of hard work and accomplishment in the Southern California Reined Cow Horse Association came to a head Oct. 17-19 as the SCRCHA held its Cut For A Cause and Saddle Shoot Out event at Casner Ranch.

    Four Shoot Out Champions were crowned on Sunday after the Cut For A Cause competition on Friday and the NRCHA and SCRCHA reined cow horses classes over the weekend. This year’s fund-raising cutting event garnered $5,000 for the El Rodeo Riding Club in Orange County.

    The El Rodeo Riding Club is a Southern California group that promotes the equestrian lifestyle with a vast range of activities across many age groups, including providing a safe environment for children to become introduced to horses. Summer camps, riding lessons, horse show, trail and nature preservation activities are part of the line-up that helps promote core values while preserving tradition.

    In Shoot Out action, Glen Aspinall captured the Open Division riding Michele Amon’s Moody Blues Brother. Aaron Brookshire took reserve riding his Very Smart Cowhorse — one of three horses he had in the Open Shoot Out line-up. Brookshire also took sixth Brock Hieber’s Shining Rose Bud and 12th on Judith Young’s Miss Soula Cee, respectively.

    Glen Aspinall scores the SCRCHA Open Division Shoot Out title on Michelle Amon's Moody Blues Brother.

    Glen Aspinall scores the SCRCHA Open Division Shoot Out title on Michelle Amon’s Moody Blues Brother.

    Jeff Lynch photo

    Other top finishers in the Open Shoot Out field included Becky Holman in a third-place tie aboard Jan Pickett’s Merada In Style 09,along with fellow third-place finisher Trapper Rodgers riding Painted 4P Ranch’s Gotta Dun Gun. Charles Stevens, riding Erin Ellison’s Redman Moon, finsihed fifth.

    The battle for the saddle in the SCRCHA Non Pro Shoot Out was a close one, with Laura Edwards claiming the championship on her Dun Leanin after a run-off against reserve champion Mary Tamme and her Im Bratman. Cathy Campbell rode her Ima Lotta Merada to a third-place tie in the 11-entry Non Pro field with Tiffany Neal on her Tangys Sugar Nic, while Monica Pratt and Aaron Carr finished in a fifth-place title in the Non Pro on Leos Frosty Barbie and RC Miss Nic N Tuck, respectively.

    In the 13-entry Non Pro Limited Shoot Out, Vanessa Norris and her Whats She Smokin topped the scorecards, with Tarryn Greenhaigh taking the reserve on Tony and Cindy Mendoza’s CP Remedy. Kim Boydstun took her Mr Dualin Pep to third in the division, with Shelley Schaeffer and her Tenaja Chic in fourth. In a fifth-place tie were Devon Camilleri and her Bueno Gallo along with Linda Kiernan and her Dun Missn Chex.

    Brenda Brown and Monte Nicolaides's Pretty N Vegas win both the NRCHA and SCRCHA Open Two Rein classes.

    Brenda Brown and Monte Nicolaides’s Pretty N Vegas win both the NRCHA and SCRCHA Open Two Rein classes.

    Jeff Lynch photo

    The Youth Limited Saddle Shoot Out Championship went to Brock Hieber riding his Shining Rose Bud, with Alexa Stafford in reserve aboard Juan Acosta’s Zalenas Royal Dun It.

    In other classes, Roy Rich enjoyed a big show, taking first and second places in the NRCHA Open Bridle events on Candy Flock’s Smart Remedy Olena and the Rockin J Ranch’s Half Time Report, as well as in the AQHA Senior Horse Pleasure aboard Candy Flock’s Say No Way and Shelley Schaeffer’s Tenaja Chic, respectively. In the AQHA Senior Working Cow Horse, Rich took the title on Flock’s Smart Remedy Olena and the reserve on Rockin J’s Half Time Report.

    In Non Pro action, Cindy Mendoza won NRCHA and SCRCHA Hackamore classes on her TMC Cielo Solo. Tracy Lynch was reserve on Jim Putnam’s Chickaroos Chance.

    Tracy’s daughter, Kelsey Lynch rode Smart Ronnie Shine to youth bridle wins both days, while Stafford and Zalena Royal Dun It won Youth and Junior Youth Limited both days.

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