Electric Code & Jared Leclair • Photo by Primo Morales

In the Stats: SWRHA Futurity

The Southwest Reining Horse Association (SWRHA) Futurity’s leading open horse is Electric Code (Jacs Electric Spark x Hot Coded Candy x The Hot Express), pictured with Jared Leclair, who rode the 2005 stallion to show earnings of $33,100. Leclair has $723,555 in lifetime earnings, while Electric Code, bred by Janice Free, of Bondurant, Wyoming, has an Equi-Stat record of $214,322.

Top 10 Open Horses

  1. Electric Code (05S), $33,100
  2. Revolution Is Dun (10S), $28,469
  3. Loveya (13S), $22,054
  4. CJ Whiz (09S), $20,971
  5. Smoking Whiz (07S), $20,223
  6. Custom Harley (04S), $20,071
  7. Banjo Hustler (05G), $19,706
  8. CC Enterprise (09G), $19,627
  9. Too Busy Cashin Chex (03G), $19,121
  10. Spooks Show Time (13S), $18,761

Top 10 Open Riders

Tim McQuay • QHN File Photo

Equi-Stat Elite $3 Million Rider Tim McQuay, of Tioga, Texas, is the SWRHA Futurity’s leading open rider. He has ridden 45 horses to total show earnings of $147,145. McQuay’s leading money-earner is Dun It On The Qt (Hollywood Dun It x Tivios Little Queen x Peppy San Badger), a 2004 stallion bred by McQuay/Easton LLC. The horse-and-rider pair, who won the 2007 SWRHA Futurity Open, have show earnings of $14,227. Dun It On The Qt’s lifetime earnings are $104,089.

  1. Tim McQuay, Tioga, TX, $147,145
  2. Dell Hendricks, Tioga, TX, $122,153
  3. Duane Latimer, Ardmore, OK, $91,864
  4. Scott McCutcheon, Whitesboro, TX, $76,766
  5. Jason Vanlandingham, Whitesboro, TX, $74,768
  6. Jordan Larson, Whitesboro, TX, $74,132
  7. Tom McCutcheon, Aubrey, TX, $68,103
  8. Craig Schmersal, Scottsdale, AZ, $66,821
  9. Craig Johnson, Gainesville, TX, $66,482
  10. Martin Larcombe, TX, $55,227

Top 10 Non-Pro Horses

Mandy McCutcheon & Smart Scat • Photo by Primo Morales

The SWRHA Futurity’s No. 1 non-pro horse is Smart Scat (Smart Starbuck x Scats Frecklefoot x Doctor Freckles), shown by Equi-Stat Elite $2 Million Rider Mandy McCutcheon. The 2005 mare, bred by Gary Putman, of Denton, Texas, was ridden by McCutcheon to win the SWRHA Futurity Non-Pro Championship in 2008, the same year the pair won the NRHA Futurity Non-Pro. Smart Scat, whose lifetime earnings total $64,297, won $8,258 at the Ardmore, Oklahoma, event.

  1. Smart Scat (05M), $8,258
  2. Conquistador Chick (08G), $7,489
  3. Customized Gunner (09M), $7,361
  4. Ms Whiz Dunit (10M), $7,243
  5. Gotta Shiney Whiz (13M), $6,334
  6. Vintage Crome (11M), $6,321
  7. Buenos Wild Child (01S), $6,280
  8. Always Gotyer Gunsup (07M), $6,229
  9. West Coast Mizzen (06M), $6,112
  10. Paint The Nite (PT) (12M), $5,515

Top 10 Non-Pro Riders

Mandy McCutcheon • QHN File Photo

Mandy McCutcheon, of Aubrey, Texas, is the SWRHA Futurity’s leading non-pro rider. She has shown 47 horses to the pay window and collected $128,605 at the event. Her leading money-earner is Smart Scat ($8,258), followed by Customized Gunner (Colonels Smoking Gun [Gunner] x Custom Made Dunit x Hollywood Dun It), with $7,361, and Ms Whiz Dunit (Topsail Whiz x A Bueno Poco Dunit x Hollywood Dun It) with $ 7,243.

  1. Mandy McCutcheon, Aubrey, TX, $128,605
  2. Jim Morgan, DVM, Pilot Point, TX, $32,657
  3. Kelle Smith, Marietta, OK, $23,218
  4. Ron Thompson, Whitesboro, TX, $22,266
  5. Flis Sassella, Marietta, OK, $15,541
  6. Lance Griffin, Ardmore, OK, $15,515
  7. Lindsey McCutcheon, Aubrey, TX, $15,382
  8. Quincy Allen, Madisonville, TX, $15,343
  9. Vicki Lambert, Hempstead, TX, $12,622
  10. Brianna Sloan, Ft. Stockton, TX, $9,853

Top Breeders

Bob Loomis • QHN File Photo

Bob Loomis, of Marietta, Oklahoma, is the leading SWRHA Futurity breeder. He has bred 45 money-earners who have won a total of $86,916. West Coast Shiner (West Coast Whiz x Shining Bubbles x Shining Spark), a 2001 gelding, is his leading earner with $8,848 won at the event. Four other of his other SWRHA Futurity performers include Whiz N Tag Chex (Topsail Whiz x Tag Chex x King Fritz) with $6,217; Dun Dazzled Whiz (Topsail Whiz x Dun It Okie Style x Hollywood Dun It) with $5,751; Whiz Chica Dee (Topsail Whiz x Chic A Dee Hickory x Smart Chic Olena) with $5,583; and Mojo Whiz (Topsail Whiz x Lanes Leo Lady x Okie Leo Money) with $5,542.

  1. Bob Loomis Quarter Horses Inc., Marietta, OK, $86,916
  2. McQuay Stables Inc., Tioga, TX, $74,114
  3. Lance Griffin, Ardmore, OK, $63,086
  4. David Silva Sr., Pilot Point, TX, $50,063
  5. Carol Rose, Gainesville, TX, $42,402
  6. McQuay/Easton LLC, Tioga, TX, $40,025
  7. Mark Bradford, Aubrey, TX, $38,876
  8. Tom & Mandy McCutcheon, Aubrey, TX, $38,378
  9. Rosanne Sternberg, Aubrey, TX, $34,835
  10. Janice Free, Bondurant, WY, $33,100

Top Owners

Mandy McCutcheon & Customized Gunner • Photo by Primo Morales

McQuay Stables Inc., of Tioga, Texas, tops the SWRHA Futurity’s owner chart. They have owned 43 horses that have total event earnings of $92,212. Customized Gunner, ridden by Mandy McCutcheon, is their high-dollar earner. The 2009 mare is the McQuays’ leading money-earner with $7,361 in earnings from the show. A few other of McQuay Stables’ SWRHA Futurity money-earners include Always Gotyer Gunsup (Gunner x Always A Dunit x Hollywood Dun It), Custom Made Gun (Gunner x Custom Made Dunit x Hollywood Dun It), Haidachino Hollywood (Hollywood Dun It x Haidachino Cherry x Haidas Magic) and Gunna Sassya (Gunner x Shining N Sassy x Shining Spark).

  1. McQuay Stables Inc., Tioga, TX, $92,212
  2. Lance Griffin, Edmond, OK, $70,033
  3. XCS Ranch LLC, Gordonville, TX, $61,663
  4. Tom & Mandy McCutcheon, Aubrey, TX, $53,780
  5. Bob Loomis Quarter Horses Inc., Marietta, OK, $44,426
  6. David Silva Sr., Pilot Point, TX, $42,293
  7. Vaughn Zimmerman, Springfield, MO, $38,738
  8. Shannon & Hershel Reid, Pilot Point, TX, $33,535
  9. J. LeClair/Daniel Dugan, Hurst, TX, $33,100
  10. Jim McCutcheon, Valley View, TX, $28,799

Top Sires

Topsail Whiz • Photo by John Brasseaux

Topsail Whiz has sired 78 SWRHA Futurity money-earners who have won a total of $211,079, with average earnings of $2,706. His leading performers are CJ Whiz (out of Dream Olena Chic x Magnum Chic Dream) with $20,971; Smoking Whiz (out of Glendas A Smokingun x Gunner) with $20,223; Holymasterwhiz (out of Holly O Jay x Master Jay) with $14,089; and Hesa Mega Whiz (out of Mi Mega x Marthas Mega Jac) with $8,264.

  1. Topsail Whiz, $211,079
  2. Colonels Smoking Gun, $181,225
  3. Hollywood Dun It, $163,391
  4. Wimpys Little Step, $123,401
  5. Einsteins Revolution, $81,880
  6. Smart Chic Olena, $78,647
  7. Shining Spark, $70,193
  8. Jacs Electric Spark, $67,572
  9. Lil Ruf Peppy, $64,494
  10. Smart Starbuck, $62,080

Top Dams

Electric Express & Jared Leclair • Photo by Fletch Photos

Hot Coded Candy (The Hot Express x Candid Cody x Joe Cody), a 1991 mare, is the SWRHA Futurity’s leading dam with her two money-earners having won a total of $37,888 for average earnings of $18,944. Mandy McCutcheon rode Hot Coded Candy to win the 1994 SWRHA Futurity Non-Pro. The mare’s leading money-earning offspring is Electric Code, with earnings of $33,100. Jared Leclair also rode the Hot Coded Candy’s second-leading money-earner, Electric Express (Jacs Electric Spark x Hot Coded Candy x The Hot Express), a 2010 stallion bred by Sally Ress, of Evergreen, Colorado, who won $4,789 in Ardmore.

  1. Hot Coded Candy, $37,888
  2. Dun It By Chick, $34,646
  3. KR Anniegityergun, $29,468
  4. Miss Whiz Done Dunit, $28,494
  5. Miss Tinseltown, $24,833
  6. Mi Mega, $23,247
  7. Mizzen Shine, $23,120
  8. Dolittle Lena, $22,291
  9. Love Em N Lena, $22,054
  10. Dream Olena Chic, $21,299

SWRHA Futurity History (excludes ancillary classes)

Year / Location / Entries / Added $/ Total Purse

1988, Ardmore, OK, n/a, n/a, $19,182
1989, Ardmore, OK, n/a, n/a, $28,741
1990, Ardmore, OK, n/a, $10,000, $28,158
1991, Ardmore, OK, n/a, $20,800, $33,113
1992, Ardmore, OK, n/a, $19,500, $35,259
1993, Ardmore, OK, 98, $18,500, $35,792
1994, Ardmore, OK, 110, $18,500, $38,014
1995, Ardmore, OK, 124, $18,500, $39,001
1996, Ardmore, OK, 100, $18,500, $35,157
1997, Ardmore, OK, 123, $18,500, $40,698
1998, Ardmore, OK, 126, $25,750, $49,373
1999, Ardmore, OK, 170, $35,250, $65,768
2000, Ardmore, OK, 145, $50,250, $75,271
2001, Ardmore, OK, 186, $49,750, $82,022
2002, Ardmore, OK, 206, $52,500, $79,630
2003, Ardmore, OK, 249, $52,500, $87,017
2004, Ardmore, OK, 192, $55,000, $81,042
2005, Ardmore, OK, 193, $55,000, $80,947
2006, Ardmore, OK, 239, $90,000, $122,716
2007, Ardmore, OK, 121, $122,500, $179,726
2008, Ardmore, OK, 357, $135,500, $212,446
2009, Ardmore, OK, 402, $114,000, $182,511
2010, Ardmore, OK, 314, $114,000, $164,279
2011, Ardmore, OK, 415, $116,000, $180,988
2012, Ardmore, OK, 477, $116,000, $192,779
2013, Ardmore, OK, 387, $115,000, $176,676
2014, Ardmore, OK, 323, $115,000, $168,549
2015, Ardmore, OK, 368, $114,000, $184,322
2016, Ardmore, OK, 306, $114,000, $166,460

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