Canada’s Linda Davies proved unbeatable at the 2016 NCHA World Finals in Fort Worth.
Linda rode Cetas Ahoy Mate to take out the $35,000 Non Pro Championship and the finals average.
The pair scored a 219.5 in the first go round and backed up it with a 222 in the second to end the year on $16,628 in earnings.
Linda, who is based in Alberta, told CHTO”s Simone Cobb she’s had great fun hauling this year and praised her trainer Mike Wood.
The Reserve Championship went to Kim Davis from California and Cary Patteson from Texas came in third.