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- October 1st, 2021 - Show & Event News

SCRCHA wraps up super 2021 at Green Acres Ranch event

Craig and Rosie Cowley enjoy a win shot moment after winning first and third, respectively, in the SCRCHA Limited Open Hackamore standings. (Danger Dingo photo)

TEMECULA — Smiles, great runs and beautiful weather were all part of the Southern California Reined Cow Horse Association’s final scheduled show of 2021, the September Classic.

Hosted by Green Acres Ranch, the three-day event Sept. 10-12 put some of the biggest smiles on show champions as well as year-end SCRCHA leaders. To qualify for year-end honors, riders had to compete in a minimum of five 2021 shows in the same class for cow horse; three of five shows in the same class for cutting/herd work; and in three shows with at least five in a class for ranch riding and ranch trail. There are Open, Non Pro and Limited Non Pro divisions in year-end, as well as separate awards for Youth and Youth Limited.

In 2021, Ruth Noring and Mister Olena Chic finished atop both the SCRCHA Intermediate NP Bridle and Novice NP Bridle standings. (Danger Dingo photo)

Rocking J Ranch can celebrate another banner year after stellar performances by a line-up of their horses, including champions Very Smart Luck (Open Bridle under Roy Rich, 41 YTD points and $2,935 in earnings), Short And Smart (Limited Open Bridle under Caitlyn Showalter, 10 YTD points and $830 earnings), Half Past Boon (Open Two Rein under Jesus Roman, 33 YTD points and $2,500 earnings), and SJR Smooth Cadilax (Open Hackamore under Roy Rich, 86 YTD points and $2,690 earnings). Rich also took Very Smart Luck to the Open Herd title with 74 YTD points totaling $834.

Casey Deel and RJ Boon Docs win the Non Pro Hackamore. (Danger Dingo photo)

Craig and Rosie Cowley, who base their training operation out of Tucalota Creek Ranch in Temecula, also had prominent finishes atop the standings as Craig rode Hickorys Lucky Time to titles in both the Limited Open Hackamore and the Snaffle Bit.

Gabriana Wagner and Hayes Stroschein shined in youth competition. (Danger Dingo photo)

Ruth Noring was among the Non Pro stars. In competition on her Mister Olena Chic, Noring finished atop the Intermediate Non Pro, Novice Non Pro and was reserve to Lisa Fonden on RJ Wheres My Sock in the Non Pro Bridle classes, with her earnings in those three events totaling $2,975. Another Non Pro standout was Candy Flock, whose 40 YTD points and $1,049 in earnings aboard Say No Way put her at the head of the large Non Pro Limited division. She also was reserve — with 35 YTD points and $630 earnings aboard Montas First Report.

More online: https://bit.ly/10ascrcha

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