SHOT Names Futurity and Derby Winners

College champions and non-pro champions are also named in Stock Horse of Texas futurity and derby competition.

Stock Horse of Texas

Kuki Sioux, bred by Wagonhound Land & Livestock of Douglas, Wyoming, and owned by Wes and Sarah Williams of Rhome, Texas, was ridden to the SHOT futurity championship November 1 in Abilene, Texas. (Jill Dunkel photo)

The Stock Horse of Texas Futurity and Derby wrapped up November 1 in Abilene, Texas, with winners named in open and limited open categories. (Jill Dunkel photo)

The Stock Horse of Texas Futurity and Derby wrapped up November 1 in Abilene, Texas, with winners named in open and limited open categories.

SHOT Futurity

Open champion: Kuki Sioux, a 2012 sorrel gelding owned by Wes and Sarah Williams of Rhome, Texas. Bred by Wagonhound Land & Livestock of Douglas, Wyoming. Ridden by AQHA Professional Horseman Bozo Rogers

Open reserve champion: Eureka Wild Card, a 2012 buckskin mare owned by Alex Bryant of Midland, Texas. Bred by Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Waters of Utopia, Texas. Ridden by Clay Hight.

Non-pro champion: Morgan Holmes of Sarasota, Florida, riding The Smart Dun, bred by Joana Azevedo of Sarasota. Morgan receives $1,000 in non-pro incentive money and was named the collegiate champion, receiving the Nathan Belcher Memorial Scholarship of $1,500 that goes to the highest placing college student

SHOT Derby

Open champion: Reata B Rejoicing, a 2011 buckskin mare owned by Jody Wilson Brooks of Lipan, Texas. Bred by Kimberly Wilson of Las Animas, Colorado. Ridden by AQHA Professional Horseman Mike Major

Open reserve champion: Satin Lil Kat, a 2011 bay stallion owned by Damian Rivera Cordero of Manati, Puerto Rico. Bred by Yarenis Diaz andAlberto Gonzalez of Miami, Florida.  Ridden by Jake Lemons

Non-pro champion: Sidney Dunkel of Archer City, Texas, and Boots Be Tuff, bred by WT Waggoner Estate of Vernon, Texas. Owned by Ashton Dunkel and ridden by Sidney, who receives $1,000 in non-pro incentive money

Collegiate champion and Zinn Lindsey Memorial Scholarship winner: Lanham Brown of Throckmorton, Texas, and R A B He Dunit, bred by R.A. Brown Ranch of Throckmorton, Texas; owned by Donnell and Kelli Brown of Throckmorton; and shown by Lanham          

SHOT Limited Futurity
(boxing only in cow work)
Limited non-pro champion: Danae Parman of Channing, Texas, and HR Mowawk Pepto, bred by Jim and Kathleen Hill of Channing and ridden by Danae

Limited non-pro reserve champion: Jeff Conner of Midland, Texas, and Cowboy Trasholena, bred by Focus of Oklahoma City, and owned and ridden by Jeff

Ashley Adams – College champion scholarship winner

SHOT Limited Derby
(boxing only in cow work)

Limited non-pro champion: Kerry Wink of Post, Texas, and Zack Wood Too, bred by Roberta Thompson of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Owned and ridden by Kerry

Limited non-pro reserve champion and college champion scholarship winner: Dejonna Haneline of Hico, Texas, and Royal Rosie Lena, bred by Tarleton State University of Stephenville, Texas, owned by Nonie Casselman-Reed of Hico and ridden by Dejonna.