Jessie Pritchard and Who Ya Callin Shorty, by High Brow CD,  scored 222 points on Tuesday to win the Augusta Futurity 4-Year-Old Intermediate Finals. Walt Erwin and Sweet Metallic CD 16, by Metallic Cat, marked 218 to place second in the nine-horse finals, while Gabe Reynolds and Reyz Your Chelada, by Reydioactive placed third with 215 points.

Austin Shepard, the NCHA Hall of Fame earner of over $8.1 million, holds the record for Augusta Open championship wins, with five in the Futurity and three in the 5/6 Classic. He claimed last year’s Futurity with 225 points on Bama Jelly LTE $149,005, by Bamacat, and on Sunday, January 19, he showed Bama Jelly to top the 2020 Augusta Futurity 5/6 Classic qualifying go round, with 222.5 points.

The National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) is proud to officially congratulate NRHA Professional Cade McCutcheon for becoming an NRHA Million Dollar Rider.

Recording his eighth consecutive premier series ride, 2018 PBR World Champion Kaique Pacheco ties for fifth to extend lead atop world rankings.

In front of a record-setting, sold-out crowd Saturday night inside SNHU Arena, Jose VItor Leme (Ribas do Rio Pardo, Brazil) earned his first round win of the 2020 season, victorious in Round 1 of the PBR (Professional Bull Riders) Unleash The Beast’s Manchester Invitational in Manchester, New Hampshire.

Boudreaux Campbell’s 2-for-3 performance takes second-place.
Wrapping the last of three nights of action from the PBR (Professional Bull Riders) Pendleton Whisky Velocity Tour (PWVT) Denver Chute Out at the National Western Stock Show, Taylor Toves (Stephenville, Texas) shined ahead of all 91 competitors who entered the event.

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