Wednesday, 02 December 2020 10:14

2020 NCHA Futurity Daily Update

Non-Pro second round leaders, first day
On November 27, riding Herradura Cat, by High Brow Cat, Scotty Rice, Weatherford, Tex., posted 221.5, the second-highest score from the first day of 2020 NCHA Futurity go-round competition. On Tuesday, December 1, Rice and Herradura Cat came back in the first day of second go-round competition with 220 points and a leading cumulative score of 441.5.

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For an irrepressible mix of excitement and anxiety, nothing compares to the first day of the NCHA Futurity, with hopes and dreams riding on a clean slate of unproven 3-year-olds. And the 2020 NCHA North Texas Chevy Dealers World Championship Futurity, presented by Great American Insurance, with nearly $3 million in total prize money and 25 days of competition, in addition to the 2020 World Finals, and six days of Western Bloodstock NCHA Futurity Sales, promises to deliver all of the anticipated thrills for participants and spectators.

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Monday, 16 December 2019 17:52

2019 NCHA Open Futurity

Metallic Rey Mink and Bellenfant stole the show with a 226

Hall of Fame Rider Gary Bellenfant earned two championships, and a place in the history books with his victory on Metallic Rey Mink in the 2019 Great American Insurance NCHA Futurity presented by the North Texas Chevy Dealers on December 15 in Fort Worth, Texas.

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Brandon Westfall, Weatherford, Tex., aboard I Reckon So, by Kit Kat Sugar, and Kristen Galyean, Claremore, Okla., showing Coureygous, by Dual Rey, tied with 222 points on Friday, Dec., 13, to become co-champions of the NCHA Non-Pro Futurity; each earned $52,672. Westfall also claimed the reserve championship and $37,726 with 218.5 points on Desires One And Only, by One Time Pepto.

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