Tweezin My Brow is right at home in the winner’s circle.
The 2016 daughter of Equi-Stat Elite $82 Million Sire High Brow Cat and Ty Moore won their second non-pro futurity on Saturday (Oct. 12) at the Holy Cow Performance Horses Pacific Coast Cutting Horse Association Futurity.
Last month, the pair won the West Texas Futurity Non-Pro.
Moore, of Madill, Oklahoma, said he has a lot of confidence in the mare owned by his aunt, Kathleen Moore. He said the mare showed a lot of professionalism in handling the challenging cattle on Sunday night (Oct. 12) in the Non-Pro finals at the South Point Equestrian Center.
They marked a 220, which gave them a 4-point win over Non-Pro Reserve Champions Spookys Jackpot and Jeff Barnes, of Wilton, California.
“The cows were pretty tough for a 3-year-old, and she stayed right in there with ’em,” Moore said.
The $7,000 paycheck, plus $17,000 the mare won by placing third in the PCCHA Futurity Open with trainer Lloyd Cox, pushed her lifetime earnings to more than $30,000.
Tweezin My Brow is one of five money-earning performers out of the mare Miss Stylish Pepto. The 2004 daughter of Peptoboonsmal and out of Stylish And Foxy (by Doc’s Stylish Oak) now has progeny earnings of more than $339,000.
The mare’s leading performer, Cat Atat Cat, is a full sibling to Tweezin My Brow. The earner of $203,000 had an accomplished aged-event career — including the 2015 NCHA Summer Cutting Spectacular Open Reserve Championship with Bill Riddle, and has gone on to have a very successful weekend and youth career. The 2010 gelding won a number of big youth contests with Ali Good, and is one of the horses Good has hauled this year in pursuit of the 2019 NCHA Non-Pro World championship.
Moore’s plan is to continue to show Tweezin My Brow next year in the non-pro derby classes.
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