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NSHA debut in ‘Vegas is a hit

Clayton Edsall sweeps Open Hackamore, Derby titles

From Horsetrader staff reports - October 4th, 2018 - Show & Event News

Clayton Edsall was a star at the NSHA Futurity, Derby and World’s Richest event in Las Vegas Aug. 21-26, taking Metallic Train to the Open Hackamore Championship and Bet Hesa Boon (pictured) to the Open Derby title. Combined, the wins earned $11,235. Both horses are owned by Beverly Vaughn.

Clayton Edsall was a star at the NSHA Futurity, Derby and World’s Richest event in Las Vegas Aug. 21-26, taking Metallic Train to the Open Hackamore Championship and Bet Hesa Boon (pictured) to the Open Derby title. Combined, the wins earned $11,235. Both horses are owned by Beverly Vaughn.

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LAS VEGAS, Nev.—If what goes over well in ‘Vegas, stays in `Vegas, than the National Stock Horse Association’s Snaffle Bit Futurity, Derby and World’s Richest Bridle competition has found a new home.

In the Protect The Harvest-sponsored Open Futurity, Justin Wright shined, finishing with four horses in the money and racking up about $42,500. He claimed $27,055 for his championship finish on Eric Frietas’s Scooter Kat, a son of National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Open World Champion Kit Kat Sugar out of Scooters Daisy Dukes, a mare by Dual Smart Rey that earned $93,217 in the cutting pen. Reserve Champions Phillip Ralls on Lil Time Reymanising (One Time Pepto x Reymanising) were 5.5 points back in the composite score and earned $16,378 for owner Holy Cow Performance Horses.

Wright also earned Open Futurity money on Dan Heath’s Smokum Every Time (third place tie; $9,827), Mark and Kim Rauch’s One Sparkling Time (10th place tie; $4,397) and Bill Stevenson’s Metallic Flame (16th place; $1,213).

Clayton Edsall also was a star in Las Vegas in the NSHA Open Derby, taking Beverly Vaughn’s blue roan stallion, Bet Hesa Boon (Bet Hesa Cat x Flo N Blu Boon), to the win that paid him a total haul of $13,385.

In the Discount Tire-sponsored World’s Richest Stock Horse event, Shane Steffen of Oregon took Gunna Be A Smartie (Very Smart Remedy X Gunna Be Mine) to a composite 667 that was just enough to top Sarah Dawson to win both the World’s Richest’s Open and Intermediate Open divisions, netting more than $14,000.

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