SHOT Names Futurity and Derby Winners
College champions and non-pro champions are also named in Stock Horse of Texas futurity and derby competition.
January 1, 0001
Stock Horse of Texas
The Stock Horse of Texas Futurity and Derby wrapped up November 1 in Abilene, Texas, with winners named in open and limited open categories.
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
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.