Colt Moore started the Senior Youth World Finals with a bang with a great score in the first round. He and Highbrow Nadine ended it with style thanks for a sparkling final round performance.
They walked away from the National Youth Cutting Horse Association (NYCHA) Holy Cow Performance Horses, which concluded Wednesday, July 15, with two championships: the Senior Youth World Finals Show Championship and the year-end Senior Youth World Championship.
Titles in the Youth are earned by points, and Moore won the Show title with go-round scores of 225, 216.5 and 224.5 and a top composite of 666 for a total of 16 points earned at the show. He earned the World title with 126 points.
His focus for the last round was to be clean, something he felt he didn’t do as well when he marked a 216.5 in the second round.
“Yesterday, I went real fast and messed myself up,” he said. “So, I just tried to be clean and smooth with everything, and let my mare show what she can do.”
His mare was Highbrow Nadine, is 2013 mare by High Brow CD and out of Ladys Pagan (by Haidas Little Pep).
Bred by Lee Uselton, of Gainesville, Florida, she entered the show with a lifetime Equi-Stat record of more than $91,000. She is owned by Kolby Don Moore, of Crawfordville, Florida.