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NRCHA Hackamore Classic Open Championship aboard Rubys Radar (One Time Pepto x Ruby Bagonia x Peppy San Badger), owned by Billie Filippini.In 1988, National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA) professional Zane Davis won a National High School Rodeo Championship at the Colorado State Fairgrounds in Pueblo. Twenty-five years later, he returned to the same venue to win the
Four Sixes Ranch/National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Western National Championships kicked off on Tuesday, April 29, in its new location of Denver, Colo., at the Western National Complex, and the show has already seen several exciting finals.The
National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA) Hackamore Classic in Pueblo, Colo., competitors showed in the second of three preliminary events, the herd work. The rider at the top of the results sheet in the Open division is Zane Davis, of Blackfoot, Idaho, who has both the first- and second-place horses under his saddle.At the
National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA) Hackamore Classic competition, the rein work, wrapped up under sunny skies at the Colorado State Fairgrounds in Pueblo, Colo., Wednesday, April 30. Leading the field of Open contenders is Rubys Radar, shown by Zane Davis, of Blackfoot, Idaho, and owned by Billie Filippini. The 2010 stallion scored a 146.5.The first phase of
When I was growing up, there were winners and losers, and not everybody made the team. Nowadays, the everybody-gets-a-trophy mentality has taken over. Kids make the team whether they are good enough or not. The winners get trophies. The losers get trophies. And it’s all in the name of self-esteem.
I don’t know about you, but my self-esteem survived the good ol’ days just fine. If I didn’t make the team, I either worked harder or found a different sport. My sport of choice was softball and, admittedly, I wasn’t very good. I was stuck in the outfield, a place that didn’t see much action in slow-pitch girls’ softball.
285 Entries - $110,000 Added - $320,910.62 Total Purse
252 Entries - $283,222.62 Added - $360,000.58 Total Purse