Nathan Lacy and Driven Me Crazy rose to the top of 12 talented horses competing at the Lucas Oil National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Super Stakes Limited Non-Pro finals, held April 17. As the third draw, the duo marked a 219 to capture the Championship.
“I was just real happy to get a strong score. I knew Sheridan Clark had a real good horse and I knew Austin Adams could mark a real good score, so I was just happy to be where I was,” Lacy said.
Lacy, of Crested Butte, Colorado, usually trains 2-year-olds for the sale arena, but due to a health issue with Driven Me Crazy at the time of the NCHA Futurity sale, he decided to keep the gelding (Hydrive Cat x Stylin Tonette x Doc’s Oak) and continue on into his performance career.
Prior to the NCHA Super Stakes, Lacy and Driven Me Crazy earned $11,017, according to Equi-Stat. Winning the Limited Non-Pro finals will more than double the horse’s Equi-Stat record by adding a check for $11,151 to his lifetime earnings.
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