Stacey Johnson (Chairperson) 218-591-1006 ∙ Dava Scribner (Secretary) secretary@mncutting.com

 

 

MCHA 2017 Breeders Futurity

Almost here!! The MCHA is hosting the Fall Festival of Cutting this year; October 13th – 15th. Although the MCHA approves a large number of shows every year, it seldom produces them. If you can make it; please come and support the show; we hope to make it a really good time.
The will be 3 Year Old Open and Non Pro classes each day, as well as the 4 Year Old and 5/6 Year Old classes. Remember, there are still two more years for the Minnesota Breeders Futurity. These classes will run as a class within a class in the open division classes. If you have a 3 year old offspring by one of the following stallions, they are eligible to enter the Breeder’s futurity –
Little Disco Tucker
Howy
Little Lido
Dual Lena San
Fuego Del Corazon
Peptos Blueprint
NRR Cat King Cole
Black Catamount Rey
Instant Starlights
WR Tams Pepy Cat
Smart Badger Lano
Smart Chicaway
Guitar Gun
We will hold a 4 Year Old Breeders class if there are enough entries.
If you need more information on the Breeders Futurity; contact Mary Jo Lehmann, 715-235-44418.

MCHA 2016 Breeders Futurity

The MCHA Breeders Futurity was held in conjunction with the Fall Festival of Cutting at the Minnesota Equestrian Center in Winona, MN on October 7th & 8th.  The total purse was just short of $10,000. There were 7 entries in the 3 Year Old Open and 5 entries in the 3 Year Old Non Pro. 


A Chic Commander, sired by Smart Chicaway, ridden by Bob Janssen, Rush City, MN and owned by Jason Reed, Faith, SD was the 3 Year Old Open Futurity Champion.  He won both the first and second go rounds with scores of 145 and 147 which gave him the high combined score to claim the championship. They collected a total of $2,320.39.


The Reserve Champion was also sired by Smart Chicaway, Highbrow Hey Zeus, ridden by Bob Jannssen, Rush City, MN and owned by Joanne Yahnke, Belle Plain, MN.  He placed a consistent second in both go rounds with scores of 142 and 145.  Their winnings totaled $1,629.21. 
Placing third in the futurity was Kwichermovin, sired by Peptos Blue Print, and ridden and owned by Brad Vance.  They earned $824.48.


The 3 Year Old Non Pro Futurity Champion was Kwichermovin, sired by Peptos Blueprint, and ridden and owned by Brad Vance, Lipan, TX.  They received $1,604.62 for the win.  The 3 Year Old Non Pro Reserve Champion was A Chic Commander, sired by Smart Chicaway, ridden and owned by Jason Reed, Faith, SD.  They picked up checks for $1,063.22.  Coming in third was Highbrow Hey Zeus, sired by Smart Chicaway, ridden and owned by Joanne Yahnke, Belle Plain, MN.  They earned $943.93.

Congratulations to all of the winners.   

 

Bob Janssen, Joanne Yahnke, and Jason Reed with futurity winners A Chic Commander and Highbrow Hey Zeus.

3 Year Old Non Pro Champion, Brad Vance with Kwichermovin and Kwicherdualin

 

October 9-11, 2015 - Minnesota Equestrian Center, Winona

Fall Festival Cutting Event & Futurity Champions

Derby Open Champion - Little Believe It, shown by Logan Ginkens for David Patee Derby Non Pro Champion - Third Barmaid, owned & shown by Michael Schreck Breeders Futurity Open Champion - Disco Barbie, shown by Greg Beutenmiller for Hilary Watson
Breeders Futurity Non Pro Champion - Smart Little Guitar, owned & shown by Garth Bullis Catt Olena - Breeders Futurity Open Reserve Champion shown by Dave Scribner and Breeders Futurity Non Pro Reserve Champion shown by Larry Thompson Randy Mitchell, $15,000 Novice Horse Non Pro
Carmela King - $50,000 Amateur Nancy Burkes - $15,000 Amateur Nancy Burkes - $35,000 Amateur & $2,000 Limit Rider, Breeders Derby Non Pro Reserve Champion
 
Ron Stoppelworth - $1,000 Rider Traveling Trophy Stacy Johnson - Non Pro  
For photographs taken during the show on Friday & Saturday, contact Dan Swanson, 218-560-9941, danswansonphoto@icloud.com
  Molly Aitken-Julin, Rookie Buckle Winner  

 

It is with great disappointment that I am announcing the MCHA will not be taking 2015 enrollments for the Breeders Incentive Program. Unfortunately, interest in the program has declined to the point that it won't have any value by 2019. There is a large amount of money to be paid out in 2016-2018, so the futurity classes will still be held in the next three years. If, at that time, there appears to be a renewed interest, enrollments could be taken again in 2018. I would like to thank all the stallion and mare owners that faithfully supported the program for many years.

                                                                                                                             Mary Jo Lehmann

 

 

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