Regan Plendl, Kingsley, Iowa, the second rider to work in the Metallic Cat NCHA Classic Challenge Non-Pro Finals, won the championship with 220 points riding Cats Lightning Rey, by NRR Cat King Cole. Megan Miller, Poolville, Tex., scored 219 points for the reserve championship on Carolena Reyn, by Dual Smart Rey, while Julie Jarma, Whitesboro, Tex., and Langston Pattillo, St. Elmo, Ill., tied for third with 217.5 points on Hott Heels and High Stylin CD, respectively.

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Friday, 19 July 2019 13:48

Rollz Royce: King of the Rode

No doubt about it. Rollz Royce, sired by Dual Smart Rey, owned the Metallic Cat NCHA Classic Challenge Open Finals, following a riveting 229-point run under Beau Galyean, for owner Thomas Guinn, Philadelphia, Miss. Duramax Dually, shown by Wesley Galyean for the Glover/Galyean Partnership, Claremore, Okla., was reserve champion with 222.5 points, and Hott Heels, under Lloyd Cox for Julie Jarma, Whitesboro, Tex., placed third with 222 points.

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Thursday, 18 July 2019 18:09

Jody McGlothlin and Somethingtobelievein

Jody McGlothlin’s win aboard Somethingtobelievein in Wednesday’s NCHA Classic Challenge Non-Pro Limited might not have been quite as thrilling as her win on the talented mare in the 2016 NCHA Futurity Non-Pro Limited, but as their last run together in Will Rogers Coliseum, it was equally as significant. McGlothlin scored 222 points to claim the Classic Challenge Non-Pro Limited championship, while Lucchese Cogdell took reserve with 219 points, and Kolby Don Moore placed third with 217.5 points, in the 12-rider field.

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Wednesday, 17 July 2019 15:10

Chiarelli, Jarma, Wilson and Wood

Langston Pattillo’s 222-point score aboard High Stylin CD, on the first day of the Metallic Cat NCHA Summer Spectacular Classic Challenge Non-Pro go-round, held through the last day of first go-round competition, and was never topped. But four riders on the last day of the 137-rider go-round gave spectators a “finals worthy” thrill with four 220-point scores in near succession, during the last set of the day.

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Tuesday, 16 July 2019 18:01

Pattillo takes the lead

Langston Pattillo, St. Elmo, Ill., took control on the first day of the Metallic Cat NCHA Summer Spectacular Classic Challenge Non-Pro go-round with a winning score of 222 points on High Stylin CD, by High Brow CD, and with 220 points on Miss Lacey, by Kit Kat Sugar.

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Im Highly Decorated, sired by High Brow CD, and bred and owned by Norda and Jim Berger, Simonton, Tex., scored 221.5 points under Thomas Bray to win the Metallic Cat NCHA Summer Spectacular Classic Challenge Open Limited championship. My Beach My Wave, the first horse to the herd in the 13-horse finals, and Lonnie Earl, the last to the herd, tied for reserve with 219 points under Dylan Meyer and Troy Riddle, respectively. My Beach My Wave, by Metallic Cat, is owned by Whit and Kim Davis, Millsap, Tex., and Lonnie Earl, by Spots Hot, is owned by Terry Riddle, Foster, Okla.

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Sunday, 14 July 2019 21:51

Cool N Hot turns on the heat

Cool N Hot and Kobie Wood won the day and the first go-round of the Metallic Cat NCHA Summer Spectacular Classic Challenge with 224 points on Saturday, the second day of the 24-day Summer Spectacular. Second Spot and Lloyd Cox marked 223 points, the second-highest score of the go-round, while Cox and Blackish claimed 222 points, the third-highest score, which tied Friday’s high-scoring horses Reystylin Smooth, shown by Adan Banuelos, and Sundance Jessie, under John Mitchell.

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Riding 9-year-old Little Jackson Cat LTE $227,264, winner of the NCHA Transwest Western Nationals Open and $25,000 Novice championships under Mike Wood, earlier in the week, Dawn Chapman, Chandler, Ariz., scored 222 points to win the $25,000 Novice Non-Pro title on Saturday, the final day of Western Nationals competition.

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Natalie Rector, Rogersville, Mo., scored 220.5 points on Smooth Reyn, by Smooth As A Cat, to win the NCHA Transwest Western Nationals $35,000 Non-Pro championship on Thursday night. Garth Bullis, Garden City, Kan., was reserve champion with 218 points on Reyality Check, by Dual Rey. Jessica Floyd, Booker, Tex., and Sheri Kuehney, Elmore City, Okla., tied for third with 216 riding Smooth Smart N Sweet and Draggin A Hawk, respectively.

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Little Jackson Cat, reserve champion of Sunday’s $25,000 Novice Finals, scored 221 points on Tuesday, as champion of the NCHA Transwest Western Nationals, presented by 6666 Ranch, Open Finals. The win represented the third in three days for rider Mike Wood, who also showed Hesa Belle Cat to win the $5,000 Novice Finals and Peeptos Cat to win the $25,000 Novice Finals.

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