Week two of The Four Sixes/National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Eastern National Championships kicked off with the $35,000 Non-Pro, and with 90 horses in the first go-round, the competition was hot.
They received a paycheck of $4,538 for their success, and the earnings pushed Wood U Stop to an Equi-Stat record of nearly $60,000. The 7-year-old stallion was bred by Vick Etheridge, of Corinth, Mississippi, and is owned by Sharon Ann Overstreet, of Kenansville, Florida.
Matthew Coldiron piloted Aristo Jazz (Smart Aristocrat x Sheza Jazzy Player x Freckles Playboy), to a 216.5 and Doug Secrest matched their score on Copencougarhagen (High Brow Cougar x Uno Queen x Smart Little Uno). Both pairs earned the Co-Reserve Championship and a check of $3,255.
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