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2016 NCHA Super Stakes

Nadine Payne Shares 2016 NCHA Super Stakes Non Pro Title!

April 21st, 2016 by CHTO

Nadine Payne won her second major title in the Will Rogers Coliseum when she equalled a 222 in the 2016 NCHA Super Stakes Non Pro Final.

Nadine came out towards the end of the second set aboard Velvets Revolver with Armando Costa Neto’s leading score set in her sights.

Velvets Revolver is by WR This Cats Smart and out of Velvets Best Shot. The four year old doubled its earnings with the win, now at more than $66,000.

She and Armando both won more than $33,600 for the shared title. She did speak with CHTO after her win but due to technical difficulty, we can only bring you her run. Enjoy!

Armando rode Watch Me Whip, the horse he won the 2015 NCHA Non Pro Futurity Final on just four months ago.

The Reserve Champion was Ashley Flynn just one point behind on LHR Smooth Jamie Rey.


Kenny Platt Wins 2016 NCHA Super Stakes Open Final!

April 21st, 2016 by CHTO

Watch Kenny Platt’s outstanding run in the 2016 NCHA Super Stakes Open four-year-old Final!

Kenny dominated the field with an impressive 228 aboard Moms Stylish Player, some five and a half points ahead of the field. With this win, Kenny has now made it into the NCHA Rider’s Hall of Fame by surpassing the million dollar mark in earnings.

Moms Stylish Player is by Lizzys Gotta Player out of Moms Stylish Babe and has now won more than $100,000.

Kenny gave a great interview with CHTO following his win, however technology failed us and we are unable to bring it to you so please enjoy his run.

Grant Setnicka had a great run on Ichis My Choice to mark a 222.5 and claim the reserve championship while Geoffrey Sheehan placed third riding Cromed Out Cat with a 222.


Amando Costa Neto Ties For First In 2016 NCHA Super Stakes Non Pro Final!

April 18th, 2016 by CHTO

Armando Costa Neto looks set for a Triple Crown Championship after sharing the 2016 NCHA Super Stakes Non Pro Title at Fort Worth.

Armando rode Watch Me Whip and marked a 222 in the first bunch, a score equaled by Nadine Payne on Velvets Revolver towards the end of the second set.

It’s a winning duo, as Armando and Watch Me Whip took out the 2015 NCHA Non Pro Futurity just four months previously. He told CHTO’s Simone Cobb he’s looking forward to the Summer Spectacular to make it three out of three!

Watch Me Whip is by Playgun out of Look The Look and has earnings totaling approximately $86,000. Armando himself has now won more than $900,000.

Reserve champion was Ashley Flynn aboard LHR Smooth James Rey just one point behind the leaders.

The Non Pro final paid more than $33,000 to both winners.


Katie Rice Claims 2016 NCHA Super Stakes Limited Non Pro Final!

April 16th, 2016 by CHTO

Katie Rice was thrilled with her win in the Limited Non Pro four year old final at the 2016 NCHA Super Stakes.

Katie came out second to last in a field of 14 to mark a 220.5 on Miss Laureyna and scoot past Reserve Champion Don Bell who scored 218 on Catfish.

Miss Laureyna was sired by Smart Royal Rey out of CR Hot Meow.

It’s Katie’s first major win in the Will Rogers, earning more than $8,600 on prize money. Katie, wife of trainer Tarin Rice, now has total winnings surpassing $80,000. She and daughter Charlie spoke with CHTO’s Simone Cobb.

Third place was won by 14 year old Ryan Rapp on Tuff Julie with a 216.


Jon Burgess clinches 2016 NCHA Super Stakes John Deere Final

April 11th, 2016 by CHTO

Jon Burgess has won the John Deere Division of the four-year-old final in 2016 NCHA Super Stakes at Fort Worth.

Jon, who rode Littlemak, snuck past Greg Wright to mark a 219.5 and win by just half a point.

Jon, from Cleburne, Tx, won just shy of $6,000. Littlemak is by Stalights Gypsy out of Justa Swinging Gal.
He told CHTO’s Simone Cobb he has big plans for the horse.

Greg Wright scored 219 on Aristocratic Star to clinch the Reserve Champion title, followed by Andrew Coates and Robbie Boyce, who split third with a 216 aboard Reysin Autumn and Stylish Purpose respectively.


Jackie Davison Clinches 2016 NCHA Super Stakes Unlimited Amateur Classic

April 7th, 2016 by CHTO

Jackie Davison dominated the field to take out the 2016 NCHA Super Stakes Amateur Classic title.

Jackie scored an impressive 221 aboard Cajun Grace, some 3 points of ahead of reserve champion, Eric Vanboekel.

After having a baby just four months ago, Jackie won the event in her first show back. She spoke to CHTO’s Simone Cobb.

Cajun Grace is a Highbrow CD out of Pepto Olenas Dually. Jackie has now increased her earnings to more than $71,000.

Reserve champion, Eric Vanboekel, all the way from Canada, rode Peppys Cashin Checks while third place went to Allison Barker on Pur Hal with a 217.5.


Parke Greeson Takes Out 2016 NCHA Super Stakes Amateur Classic

April 7th, 2016 by CHTO

Parke Greeson showed off his cutting savvy when he took out the 2016 NCHA Super Stakes Amateur Classic at Fort Worth.

Parke, from Victoria, Tx, topped the final with a 218.5 aboard Rumorhazzitt. It’s his first major title and one he’s picked up after just a few short months of showing.

Rumorhazzitt is a One Time Pepto out of Jerries Dual Legacy.

He spoke with CHTO’s Simone Cobb.

Grace Vangilder won reserve champion on Smooth As Puddin just a half point behind, while John Rockey came in third riding Let Georgie Do It scoring 217.


Bear Davis Dominates the 2016 NCHA Super Stakes Unlimited Amateur Final!

April 7th, 2016 by CHTO

Bear Davis dominated the 2016 NCHA Super Stakes Unlimited Final in Fort Worth to notch up his major win the Will Rogers Coliseum.

Bear rode Red Solo Catt and laid down a 219, some 3 points ahead of second place getter, Michael Townsend on Faith In My Kat.

Nineteen-year-old Bear, from Sacramento, CA won almost $10,000 for the title, taking his total earnings to more than $50,000.

Red Solo Catt, is a Metallic Cat out of the mare, Amanda Starlight.

Bear spoke with CHTO’s Simone Cobb about his win.


Michael Townsend and Regan Plendl Tie for First In 2016 NCHA Super Stakes Amateur Final

April 6th, 2016 by CHTO

Michael Townsend and Regan Plendl tied for first place in the 2016 NCHA Super Stakes Amateur final in Fort Worth.

Both competitors scored a 217, Michael aboard Faith In My Kat, while Regan rode MK Kenli.

It was a sweet return to showing for Michael, who had a 10 year hiatus from competing.

He and the horse were a strong team, as the pair placed second in the Unlimited Amateur Final later that day. Michael’s winnings for the day were just under $16,000. He told CHTO’s Simone Cobb that much of success was due to his long-time trainer Tommy Marvin.

Meanwhile Regan, at just 16 years of age, has now won more than $90,000 in prize money following the Amateur title win. Regan, who comes from Kingsley, Ia, also competed against her twin sister in the final.

Interestingly, both horses were sired by Smooth As A Cat.

Hannah Gamble came second with a 215.5 on Peptos Stylish Foxy and Parke Greeson placed third riding Playin Monty marking 214.5.


Ken Sitton Takes Out The 2016 NCHA Super Stakes Ltd Non-Pro Classic

April 4th, 2016 by CHTO

Ken Sitton made good on his very first final in the Will Rogers Coliseum when he won the 2016 NCHA Super Stakes Limited Non-Pro Classic final.

Ken dominated the field of 14 riders aboard Little Swiss Desire, marking a 218, some three and half points in front.

Ken spoke to CHTO about his win.

Lisa Taylor placed second on Scootin in Stilettos with 214.5 and Julie Sheedy, all the way from Australia along with Amanda Purdin Standish were equal third. They rode Sweetallic and Deluxe Checks to mark 213.


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