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In the Stats: Calgary Stampede Wrangler Cutting Horse Futurity

IntheStats 01 LottereyTicket GSmith 15JHLotterey Ticket, pictured with Greg Smith winning the 2015 Derby Open, is the leading Calgary Stampede Wrangler Cutting Horse Futurity limited-age event money-earning open horse with earnings of $32,813. The 2011 stallion (Hydrive Cat x A Little Reylena x Dual Rey), bred by Smith, of Mineral Wells, Texas, and owned by Bonnie Pearson, of Manyberries, Alberta, Canada, has lifetime earnings of $58,852. • Photo by Hudyma Photography

Calgary Stampede Wrangler Cutting Horse Futurity Leaders (1983-2015)

Top 10 Open Horses
1) Lottery Ticket (11S), $32,813
2) Sues Last Time (10G), $28,885
3) This Cats Max (09G), $25,914
4) Code Six Cat (02S), $24,572
5) Docs Carburator (97G), $23,661
6) Annies Goodie Bar (08M), $22,070 
7) Freckles Twisted Cat (05G), $22,019
8) Two Spot The Cat (06S), $21,091
9) Instant Bucks (00G), $21,005
10) Annies Lil Cat (10G), $20,320

Top 10 Open Riders

IntheStats 02 GHansma HaddaCat 14JHEqui-Stat Elite $1 Million Rider Gerry Hansma, of Granum, Alberta, Canada, is the Calgary Stampede Futurity show’s leading open rider with total earnings of $328,207 won on 46 horses. Hansma is pictured with his No. 1 money-earner, Hadda Cat (Dually Cat x Hadda Look x Caught Me Lookin), at the 2014 Futurity, where they finished as the Futurity Open Reserve Champions. Hadda Cat’s lifetime earnings are more than $25,716. • Photo by Hudyma Photography

1) Gerry Hansma, Granum, AB, CN, $328,207
2) Denton Moffat, DVM, Armstrong, BC, CN, $325,500
3) Dustin Gonnet, Cayley, AB, CN, $261,706
4) Doug Reinhardt, Irricana, AB, CN, $163,078
5) Les Timmons, Saskatoon, SK, CN, $156,290
6) Brad Pedersen, Lacombe, AB, CN, $153,726
7) Guy Heintz, High River, AB, CN, $107,715
8) Scott Hanson, Mountain View, AB, CN, $106,802
9) Greg Smith, Mineral Wells, TX, $94,914
10) Brian Anderson, Idaho Falls, ID, $81,334

Top 10 Non-Pro Horses

IntheStats 03 DirtyDreamin MGonnet 14JHDirty Dreamin (SR Instant Choice x Saddle My Dreams x Smart Aristocat), bred by Wingate Ranch, of Beaumont, Texas, and owned by Dustin and Marla Gonnett, of Cayley, Alberta, Canada, is the Calgary show’s leading non-pro horse with total earnings of $22,492. The 2008 mare is pictured with Marla, who has more than $63,000 in lifetime earnings, at the 2014 Calgary Stampede Futurity, in which they won the 5/6-Year-Old Non-Pro Championship. Dirty Dreamin has a lifetime Equi-Stat record of more than $48,275. • Photo by Hudyma Photography

1) Dirty Dreamin (08M), $22,492
2) Lil Pepto At The Bar (06G), $20,497 
3) Medicine Kit (03M), $17,242
4) Youll Miss Me (08M), $16,523
5) CD Peptofilly (03M), $16,250
6) Cats Little Taz (10M), $15,260
7) Dont Lose Hope (10G), $15,106
8) Lookin At A Lena (02S), $14,194
8) Peptos Playtoy 005 (05M), $13,460
10) Mates Special Gal (01M), $12,945

Top 10 Non-Pro Riders
IntheStats 04 ADemiDate CGerwien-GerwienCarl Gerwien, of Nanton, Alberta, Canada, pictured riding A Demi Date at the 2008 Canadian Supreme, is the leading Calgary Stampede Futurity non-pro rider. He has ridden 55 horses to the show’s pay window and collected a total of $187,557. His high-dollar earner is Play Mia CD (CD Olena x Tassa Mia Playgirl x Freckles Playboy), a 1997 stallion with show earnings of $11,977. Play Mia CD has an Equi-Stat record of more than $98,135. • Photo by Dallas Pole

1) Carl Gerwien, Nanton AB, CN, $187,557
2) Les Jack, Rocanville, SK, CN, $86,334
3) Elaine Speight, Rocky Mountain House, AB, CN, $67,076
4) Danny Jones, Ponoka, AB, CN, $53,162
5) David Anderson, Calgary, AB, CN, $41,601
6) Janice Eaton, Peachland, BC, CN, $37,544
7) Teri Paradis, Okotoks, AB, CN, $37,107
8) Brenda Fisher Batty, Coldstream, BC, CN, $30,205
9) Darcy Geherman, Wembley, AB, CN, $29,521
10) Kade Smith, Mineral Wells, TX, $29,191

Top Breeders

IntheStats 05 PlayMiaTwist Armstrong-ArmstrongWillow Spring Ranch in Nanton, Alberta, Canada, is the Calgary Stampede Futurity’s leading breeder. The ranch has bred 33 horses that have won $160,067 at the show. Pictured is Willow Spring Ranch’s second-leading money-earner, Play Mia Twist, with non-pro rider Charles Armstrong at the 2008 Canadian Supreme cutting. The ranch’s No. 1 money-earner is A Demi Date, by Smart Peppy Date. • Photo by Dallas Pole

1) Willow Spring Ranch, Nanton, AB, CN, $160,067
2) Gerry & Sandy Hansma, Granum, AB, CN, $122,023
3) Doug Wiens, Chilliwack, BC, CN, $76,969
4) Jantree Quarter Horses, Cochrane, AB, CN, $76,663
5) Frank & Belinda Vandersloot, Idaho Falls, ID, $70,732
6) Darcy Geherman, Wembley, AB, CN, $68,949
7) James Eakin, Hondo, TX, $67,505
8) Bill & Elaine Speight, Rocky Mountain House, AB, CN, $62,543
9) Charlie & Nancy Cord, Sun Valley, ID, $51,213
10) Lonnie & Barbara Allsup, Clovis, NM, $50,459

Top Owners

IntheStats 06 Boonsmate CGerwien 15JHWillow Spring Ranch also tops the Calgary Stampede Futurity’s leading owner chart with 61 horses crediting the ranch with $226,689 in owner earnings. The ranch’s leading money-earner is A Demi Date with earnings of $14,121. Pictured is the ranch’s fourth-leading money-earner, Boonsmate (Boonsmal Cee Lena x Ellies Little Mate x Smart Little Mate), with leading non-pro rider Carl Gerwien winning the 2015 Calgary Stampede Futurity Non-Pro. • Photo by Hudyma Photography

1) Willow Spring Ranch, Nanton, AB, CN, $226,689
2) Bill & Elaine Speight, Rocky Mountain House, AB, CN, $130,663
3) Les & Coren Jack, Rocanville, SK, CN, $90,503
4) Jim & Teri Pardis, Okotoks, AB, CN, $86,001
5) Winsome Capital Inc., Calgary, AB, CN, $77,470
6) Denton & Binky Moffat, Armstrong, BC, CN, $76,710
7) Gerry & Sandy Hansma, Granum, AB, CN $76,232
8) Raymond & Bonnie Pearson, Manyberries, AB, CN, $74,169
9) Dan & Janice Eaton, Peachland, BC, CN, $73,962
10) Connie Down-Cicoria, Calgary, AB, CN, $72,828

Top Sires

IntheStats 07 HighBrowCat CEssickHigh Brow Cat has sired 58 Calgary Stampede Futurity show money-earners who have won a total of $305,314 for average earnings of $5,264. The stallion’s leading Calgary Stampede Futurity show money-earners are Code Six Cat, $24,572; Catlynn, $19,408; This Cats Got Style, $15,049; NQH Katzoo, $14,071; and Duallys Cat, $11,307. • Photo by Cam Essick

1) High Brow Cat, $305,314 
2) Peptoboonsmal, $156,271
3) CD Olena, $155,273
4) WR This Cats Smart, $145,603
5) Dual Rey, $128,500
6) Smooth As A Cat, $122,087
7) Dual Pep, $117,927
8) Annies Cat, $117,435
9) Smart Little Baggins, $98,170
10) One Time Pepto, $83,418

Top Dams

IntheStats 08 ThisCatsMax DGonnet 13JHPPF Docs Med is the Calgary Stampede Futurity’s leading dam. She has produced five money-earners with total earnings of $76,969 and average earnings of $15,394. Pictured is 2013 Calgary Stampede 4-Year-Old Open champions This Cats Max and Dustin Gonnet. This Cats Max is PF Docs Med’s leading money-earner at Calgary. The 2009 WR This Cats Smart gelding has won $37,957 at the show. PF Docs Med’s other four money-earners include: 2010 gelding Ritchie Reyns ($11,575); 2008 gelding Cow E Ichi ($11,192); 2003 stallion Trava Bob ($9,161); and 2011 mare CD Yall Love Lucy ($7,084). • Photo by Hudyma Photography

1) PF Docs Med, $76,969
2) Meradas Little Sue, $59,131
3) Bar Olena Miss, $50,672
4) Biscas Instant Jewel, $49,318
5) Lena Dually, $49,182
6) A Little Reylena, $46,260
7) Olenas Dually, $37,182
8) Smart Quickalena, $31,344
9) DFL Hickory D Or, $30,651
10) Playlena Hickory, $29,873

Calgary Stampede Futurity (1983-2015)
(limited-age events only)

Year / Location / Entries / Added / Total Purse
1983, Calgary, AB, CN, 93, $9,500, $40,174
1984, Calgary, AB, CN, 128, $12,000, $55,898
1985, Calgary, AB, CN, 91, $12,000, $44,401
1986, Calgary, AB, CN, 100, $12,000, $34,450
1987, Calgary, AB, CN, 77, $5,223, $38,173
1988, Calgary, AB, CN, 61, $18,000, $44,550
1989, Calgary, AB, CN, 139, $28,000, $85,387
1990, Calgary, AB, CN, 85, $28,000, $59,432
1991, Calgary, AB, CN, 90, $22,500, $61,787
1992, Calgary, AB, CN 89, $22,500, $58,085
1993, Calgary, AB, CN, 92, $22,500, $59,432
1994, Calgary, AB, CN, 109, $22,500, $64,540
1996, Calgary, AB, CN, 141, $22,500, $75,985
1997, Calgary, AB, CN, 137, $22,500, $81,505
1998, Calgary, AB, CN, 145, $22,500, $81,300
1999, Calgary, AB, CN, 142, $22,500, $80,480
2000, Calgary, AB, CN, 178, $43,000, $121,400
2001, Calgary, AB, CN, 201, $85,000, $187,114
2002, Calgary, AB, CN, 193, $84,000, $202,142
2003, Calgary, AB, CN, 219, $87,000, $220,280
2005, Calgary, AB, CN, n/a, $82,000, $253,650
2006, Calgary, AB, CN, 300, $90,000, $301,349
2007, Calgary, AB, CN, 232, $87,000, $270,965
2008, Calgary, AB, CN, 245, $100,000, $276,089
2009, Calgary, AB, CN, 263, $100,000, $287,850
2010, Calgary, AB, CN, 237, $100,000, $267,450
2011, Calgary, AB, CN, 285, $100,000, $313,199
2012, Calgary, AB, CN, 276, $100,000, $304,999
2013, Calgary, AB, CN, 234, $100,000, $273,411
2014, Calgary, AB, CN, 248, $125,000, $315,757
2015, Calgary, AB, CN, 310, $125,000, $238,076

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