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NSHA Snaffle Bit Futurity 2009 – Sunday

From Horsetrader staff reports - August 23rd, 2009 - NSHA Snaffle Bit Futurity 2009

The 2009 National Stock Horse Association Futurity came to a close on SUNDAY, Aug. 23, culminating a week’s worth of action, camaraderie and world-class horsemanship.

SUNDAY, 6:00 a.m.
On the final morning of the NSHA Futurity, riders and attendees enjoy a complimentary breakfast in the new Mission Square area of Paso Robles Event Center. The breakfast was sponsored by San Juan Ranch.

SUNDAY, 6:10 a.m.
Brenda and John Stephenson of the San Juan Ranch in Shandon, Calif., welcome attendees to the San Juan Ranch-sponsored breakfast on the final morning of the NSHA Futurity. The competition and championships lie ahead.

SUNDAY, 8:55 a.m.
Anne Reynolds and Got To Be Smart, owned by Pearson Joyce, score 216.5 in the cow work for 654 points overall to win the Non Pro Futurity.

SUNDAY, 9:05 a.m.
Ramona Wold and Imalilglamourgirl, owned by Ken and Ramona Wold, take reserve in the NSHA Intermediate Non Pro Futurity.

SUNDAY, 9:50 a.m.
Juli Fitch of Arbon, Idaho, aboard Very Smart Cassidy, owned by Todd Fitch, proudly shows off her champion’s buckle after winning the NSHA Amateur Futurity.

SUNDAY, 10:10 a.m.
Rick Drayer (right) celebrates winning the NSHA Intermediate Non Pro Futurity with his wife, Carla, and champion horse Mr Fever. Rick also takes reserve in the Non Pro Futurity.

SUNDAY, 11 a.m.
Sarah Winters and JA Westcoast Whizard, owned by Cantrelle & Sander, competed in both the Open Futurity and Intermediate Open Futurity.

SUNDAY, 5:45 p.m.
Zane Davis, 38, of Whitehall, Mont., wins the 2009 NSHA Snaffle Bit Futurity Open aboard Reymanator, owned by John Semanick of Jacksonville, Fla. The pair earned the highest cow work score of 225.5 for 663.5 points overall, along with the $24,000 payout.

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