Ranching Heritage-Bred Winners

Ranching Heritage-Bred Winners

Two horses earn extra Ranching Heritage awards at the AQHA Level 1 Cattle Championships.

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At the AQHA Level 1 Cattle Championships, held June 18-23, in Guthrie, Oklahoma, two horses were awarded extra Ranching Heritage-bred awards. 

The amateur award was given to Lexy Hancock RAB, a 2017 gray mare by Hesa Eddie Hancock and out of the Flying X 6 mare Shesa Eddie X Lady. She is owned and bred by Rob A. Brown of Stinnett, Texas. She was ridden by Amanda Brown to win the Level 1 amateur breakaway roping, and also ridden to a win by Myles Brown in amateur tie-down roping. 

The youth winner was SS One Eyed Dualer, a 2012 sorrel mare by WR One Eyed Jack and out of the Dauling Royalty mare Dualing Sassy. She was bred by AQHA Best Remuda winner Silver Spur Operating Co. LLC and is owned by Stanton Quarter Horses. 

She was ridden by Shaina Stanton to win the Level 1 youth ranch riding, 

The award is given to the top-placing Ranching Heritage-bred horse, with the tie-breaker going to the horse that defeats the most horses. 

Ranching Heritage-bred horses are horses bred by AQHA Ranching Heritage Breeders. Anyone can show these horses, which are eligible for special events such as AQHA Ranching Heritage Challenges.  

The AQHA Ranching Heritage Breeder program spotlights the quality horses produced by AQHA Ranching Heritage Breeders. The program is designed to showcase the qualities of a working ranch horse by recognizing the top Ranching Heritage-bred horses competing at major events.

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