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Working for the Pot-O-Gold

Southern California Reined Cow Horse Assn. kicks show season into gear at Casner Ranch

From Horsetrader staff reports - April 7th, 2011 - Show & Event News

TEMECULA – The Southern California Reined Cow Horse Association kicked the 2011 season into gear last month when the Riverside County-based group held its Pot-o-Gold Show March 11-12 at Casner Ranch.

The event hosted SCRCHA and National Reined Cow Horse Association classes, as well as American Quarter Horse Association cutting classes.

Richard Winters and his Hip Addams made the trip to Temecula a worthy one, winning both the added-money NRCHA and SCRCHA Open Bridle classes in convincing fashion. In Saturday’s NRCHA class, Winters took Hip Addams to a 147.5 that distanced him from reserve Glen Aspinall on Linda Wolfinger’s Finalight (140). Winters outscored Jimmy Flores on Peppinic, owned by Grant Williams, 147.5-143.5 in the SCRCHA class.

Jimmy Flores stops Peppinic, owned by Grant Williams, en route to the Senior Working Cow Horse crown.

Chris Rubino photo

Jimmy Flores stops Peppinic, owned by Grant Williams, en route to the Senior Working Cow Horse crown.

Winters also captured respective NRCHA and SCRCHA top spots in the Open Hackamore events with his JA Westcoast Whizard, topping Rich on Fresnos Indian Chief, owned by Sandi Heitritter, in each of them.

Rich and Fresnos Indian Chief made hay in the Limited Open Hackamore where the Temecula trainer won both handily. In the NRCHA, he swept first, second and third places, respectively, on Fresnos Indian Chief, Very Smart And Sure, owned by Sarah Bradley, and Say No Way, owned by Heitritter. Not stopping there, Rich captured the chamionship and reserves in both the Open Two Rein classes with Half Time Report and Miss Skeets Cowgirl, respectively.

In the Limited Open Bridle classes, Laura Edwards shined with her Dun Leanin, taking the NRCHA class over Roy Rich and Half Time Report, owned by Barbara Hastings (142-138.5), and also by the same score in the SCRCHA class.

Sandy Miller and Be Smart Go Smokum outclassed nine entries in the SCRCHA Novice Non Pro Bridle in addition to finishing reserve behind Remy Greer on Lenas Gray Ghost in the NRCHA class.

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