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In the Stats: NCHA Summer Spectacular

IntheStats 01 ThirdCutting BRice SS09 SFThird Cutting (Boonlight Dancer x Crab Grass x Smart Little Lena), a 2005 stallion bred by Polo Ranch and owned by Carl and Shawnea Smith, is the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Summer Spectacular’s leading open horse with earnings of $129,174. Third Cutting, pictured with Equi-Stat Elite $4 Million Rider Boyd Rice, has lifetime earnings of $544,986. • Photo by Suzanne Forrest

NCHA Summer Spectacular (1970-2015)

Top 10 Open Horses 
1. Third Cutting (05S), $129,174
2. Boon San Kitty (00M), $119,613
3. Stylish Martini (07M), $89,362
4. Docs Okie Quixote (80S), $85,305
5. Peptos Stylish Sue (04M), $83,000
6. Wood I Never (03M), $81,405
7. Sister CD (02G), $78,098
8. Pounce (06M), $77,031
9. Cat Ichi (00S), $75,000
9. Rockin By Choice (01S), $75,000
9. Stylish Baby Doll (02M), $75,000

Top 10 Open Riders

IntheStats 02 PaulHansma 06rhEqui-Stat Elite $6 Million Rider Paul Hansma, of Weatherford, Texas, is the NCHA Summer Spectacular’s leading open rider. He has ridden 44 horses to event earnings of $768,232, topped by Sister CD, whom Hansma rode to show earnings of $78,098. Hansma won the Derby Open in 1994 on Hicapoo and in 2005 on Rockin By Choice, and he tied for the Classic/Challenge Open Championship in 2009 on Al Poocino. • Photo by Ross Hecox

1. Paul Hansma,Weatherford, TX, $768,232
2. Lloyd Cox, Marietta, OK, $533,908
3. Matt Gaines, Weatherford, TX, $504,822
4. Kobie Wood, Stephenville, TX, $500,927
5. Clint Allen, Weatherford, TX, $491,516
6. Boyd Rice, Weatherford, TX, $488,151
7. John Mitchell, Weatherford, TX, $457,504
8. Shannon Hall, Commanche, OK, $431,500
9. Roger Wagner, Aledo, TX, $409,808
10. Ed Flynn, Lipan, TX, $400,385

Top 10 Non-Pro Horses

IntheStats 03 SisterCD SQueen 06SS DSSister CD (CD Olena x Little Baby Sister x Dual Pep), bred by Bar H Ranche and pictured with Skip Queen at the 2006 NCHA Summer Spectacular, is the leading money-earning Summer Spectacular non-pro horse with earnings of $49,940.The gelding, whose Equi-Stat  record is more than $852,611, was ridden to his Summer Spectacular non-pro earnings by his owners Skip and Elizabeth Queen. • Photo by Don Shugart

1. Sister CD (02G), $49,940
2. Bob Dualin (02G), $44,464
3. Demidoc (80M), $44,387
4. Miss N Command (92S), $42,011
5. Sanolesa (81M), $41,910
6. Pretty Bo Bunny (96M), $38,871
7. Thundercat (08S), $38,147
8. MH Dynos Tonette (02M), $37,931
9. Travelin Smooth (09G), $37,710
10. Starched Wranglers (97S), $37,681

Top 10 Non-Pro Riders

IntheStats 04- MaryAnnRapp Mary Ann Rapp is the NCHA Summer Spectacular’s leading non-pro rider with $325,180 won on 35 horses. The Equi-Stat Elite $4 Million Rider’s top Summer Spectacular money-earners are: Shrimp Shack Shooter (Smooth As A Cat x Awesome Autumn x Smart Little Lena), $25,818; Miss Peppy Jay Bar (Peppy San Badger x Miss Dual Bar x Colonel J Bar), $22,758; Ruby Tuesday DNA (Peppy San Badger x Playboys Ruby x Freckles Playboy), $20,647; and Reyzin (High Brow CD x Miss Reycine x Dual Rey), $20,318. • QHN File Photo

1. Mary Ann Rapp, Weatherford, TX, $325,180
2. Chad Bushaw, Weatherford, TX, $323,627
3. Dustin Adams, Springtown, TX, $317,555
4. Sandy Bonelli, Petaluma, CA, $240,952
5. Paula Wood, Stephenville, TX, $238,012
6. Greg Coalson, Weatherford, TX, $219,129
7. Glade Knight, Richmond, VA, $204,511
8. Julie Hansma, Weatherford, TX, $201,614
9. Hope Mitchell, Weatherford, TX, $187,977
10. Kyle Manion, Aubrey, TX, $161,786

Top 10 Breeders

IntheStats 05 Vespaa BColgrove SS15HPBar H Ranche is the NCHA Summer Spectacular’s leading breeder. Bar H has bred 72 money-earners that have accumulated $908,015 at the show. Sister CD sits atop the list of their leading horses. Vespaa (CD Olena x My Scooters Smokin x Smart Lil Scoot), pictured with Blakey Colgrove winning the 2015 NCHA Summer Spectacular Classic/Challenge Unlimited Amateur, is Bar H Ranche’s second-leading money-earner with $47,879. • Photo by Hart Photos

1. Bar H Ranche, Moscow, TN, $908,015
2. Jack Waggoner & Susan Ferguson, Bridgeport, TX, $795,133
3. Slate River Ranch, Weatherford, TX, $648,792
4. Walton’s Rocking W Ranch, Millsap, TX, $580,894
5. EE Ranches of Texas Inc., Whitesboro, TX, $523,815
6. Oxbow Ranch, Weatherford, TX, $505,117
7. Phil & Mary Ann Rapp, Weatherford, TX, $496,238
8. Double Dove Ranch, Fort Worth, TX, $431,118
9. Tommy Manion Inc., Aubrey, TX, $332,101
10. Drummond Land & Cattle, Pawhuska, OK, $311,175

Top 10 Owners

IntheStats 06 PlayinNFancySmart KPounds SS08JLittlefieldSlate River Ranch is the Summer Spectacular’s leading owner with $705,329 banked at the event. Their No. 1 money-earner is Playin N Fancy Smart (Smart Little Lena x Playin N Fancy Peppy x Freckles Playboy), pictured with Kory Pounds at the 2008 Summer Spectacular where they placed second in the Derby Open. The 2004 mare has show earnings of $69,140. • Photo by Jami Littlefield

1. Slate River Ranch, Weatherford, TX, $705,329
2. Phil & Mary Ann Rapp, Weatherford, TX, $585,100
3. Walton’s Rocking W Ranch, Millsap, TX, $535,872
4. David & Stacie McDavid, Fort Worth, TX, $519,548
5. Dustin & Deena Adams, Springtown, TX, $489,436
6. Anderson Cattle Company, Victoria, TX, $466,045
7. Skip & Elizabeth Queen, Allendale, SC, $429,403
8. EE Ranches of Texas Inc., Whitesboro, TX, $415,402
9. Bar H Ranche, Weatherford, TX, $376,081
10. Sandy Bonelli, Petaluma, CA, $357,291

Top 10 Sires

IntheStats 07 HighBrowCat 13CEssickHigh Brow Cat ranks as the Summer Spectacular’s No. 1 sire with 415 of his offspring collecting $4,773,135 at the event for average earnings of $11,502. His leading Summer Spectacular money-earners include: Hesa Belle Cat ($26,742), Smart Cat Moria ($26,705), Squeaky Cat ($26,684), Hydrive Cat ($26,500) and Metallic Cat ($26,244). • Photo by Cam Essick

1. High Brow Cat, $4,773,135
2. Dual Rey, $2,231,066
3. Smart Little Lena, $1,913,320
4. Dual Pep, $1,838,570
5. Peptoboonsmal, $1,469,443
6. Freckles Playboy, $1,312,011
7. Peppy San Badger, $1,181,522
8. Smooth As A Cat, $1,169,044
9. CD Olena, $1,032,028
10. Docs Stylish Oak, $689,964

Top 10 Dams

IntheStats 08 WoodysWildestCat CAllen SS11SFMiss Echo Wood (Doctor Wood x Gay Echo x Gay Bar King), a 1988 mare, is the NCHA Summer Spectacular’s leading dam with 10 of her offspring accumulating show earnings of $166,768 for average earnings of $16,677. Her leading money-earner at the event is 2007 High Brow Cat gelding Woodys Wildest Cat, pictured earning the Derby Gelding Open Reserve Championship at the 2011 Summer Spectacular with Clint Allen. Woodys Wildest Cat has collected Summer Spectacular checks totaling $51,652. • Photo by Suzanne Forrest

1. Miss Echo Wood, $166,768
2. Laney Doc, $165,326
3. Little Baby Sister, $163,944
4. Boon San Sally, $153,642
5. Playgiarism, $152,358
6. Desire Some Freckles, $151,490
7. Royal Blue Boon, $149,836
8. Autumn Boon, $139,993
9. Miss Martini Play, $134,530
10. That Smarts, $134,521

NCHA Summer Spectacular History Chart (1970-2015)

Year / Location / Entries / Added / Total Purse

1970, Waco, TX, 50, n/a, $18,238
1971, Waco, TX, 44, n/a, $15,998
1972, Waco, TX, 35, n/a, $12,985
1973, Waco, TX, 46, n/a, $16,573
1974, Waco, TX, 47, n/a, $15,080
1975, Waco, TX, 92, n/a, $27,198
1976, Waco, TX, 122, n/a, $34,045
1977, Waco, TX, 118, n/a, $51,424
1978, Waco, TX 144, n/a, $51,947
1979 Waco, TX, 162, n/a $74,272
1980, Waco, TX, 171, n/a, $80,294
1981, Fort Worth, TX, 275, $8,000, $190,535
1982, Fort Worth, TX, 309, $8,000, $273,015
1983, Fort Worth, TX, 347, $20,000 $509,760
1984, Fort Worth, TX, 431, $20,000, $622,775
1985, Fort Worth, TX, 412, $20,000, $608,800
1986, Fort Worth, TX, 358, $25,000, $457,015
1987, Belton, TX, 344, $25,000, $377,824
1988, Fort Worth, TX, 667, $75,000, $581,102
1989, Fort Worth, TX, 669, $75,000, $604,374
1990, Fort Worth, TX, 647, $75,000 $568,763
1991, Fort Worth, TX, 731, $110,000, $592,081
1992, Fort Worth, TX, 790, $111,000, $642,533
1993, Fort Worth, TX, 593, $100,000, $533,201
1994, Fort Worth, TX, 514, $110,000 $514,163
1995, Fort Worth, TX, 588, $160,000, $729,625
1996, Fort Worth, TX, 656, $160,000, $837,601
1997, Fort Worth, TX, 781, $160,000, $934,236
1998, Fort Worth, TX, 875, $165,000 $1,032,605
1999, Fort Worth, TX, 993, $165,000, $1,106,354
2000, Fort Worth, TX, 1,112, $165,000, $1,254,039
2001, Fort Worth, TX 1,184, $170,900, $1,415,510
2002, Fort Worth, TX, 1,212, $210,000 $1,497,000
2003, Fort Worth, TX, 1,322, $210,000, $1,559,201
2004, Fort Worth, TX 1,368, $242,664, $1,581,813
2005, Fort Worth, TX 1,380, $206,105, $1,645,119
2006, Fort Worth, TX, 1,498, $553,778, $2,341,964
2007, Fort Worth, TX, 1,510, $379,690, $2,231,483
2008, Fort Worth, TX, 1,608, $400,000 $2,265,325
2009, Fort Worth, TX 1,579, $400,000, $2,041,623
2010, Fort Worth, TX, 1,483, $555,000 $2,044,887
2011, Fort Worth, TX, 1,533, $575,000, $2,083,696
2012, Fort Worth, TX, 1,543, $850,000 $2,307,153
2013, Fort Worth, TX, 1,910, $850,000, $2,507,049
2014, Fort Worth, TX, 1,786, $650,000, $2,448,669
2015, Fort Worth, TX, 1,802, $500,000 $2,199,525

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