The Northern Alberta Reined Cow Horse Club (NARCHC) held its Extreme Cow Horse futurity and derby finals from Oct. 17 to 20 at the Calnash Ag Event Centre. The first day started off with reining classes and cutting practice. Photos were taken on Friday, Oct. 18. Photos by Emily Jaycox

PHOTOS: NARCHC finals photos and results

Northern Alberta Reined Cow Horse Club finals

The Northern Alberta Reined Cow Horse Club (NARCHC) held its Extreme Cow Horse futurity and derby finals from Oct. 17 to 20 at the Calnash Ag Event Centre.

The Open Futurity, sponsored by Delaney Vet Services, had $6,300 in payouts.

In first place was Never Giving In – John Swales owned by Monica Willie; second place, Topsail Smoking Gun – Cody McArthur owned by Donna Holloway; third place, Eighties Mercedes – Rick Weibe owned by Rick Weibe.

The non-pro futurity was sponsored by Equestro and Colter Schlosser Performance Horses and had $2,250 in payout.

First place went to Twist My Arm – Jim Dobler, owned by Jim Dobler; second place, DFN Spooks Belle Lena – Noreen Fenske owned by Noreen Fenske.

The Ltd. non-pro futurity, sponsored by Ken Swainson, has $1,550 in payouts.

In first place was IMa Smokums Lena – Shlley Holt, owned by Ian Hryhirchuk; second place, SP Playgun Sparkles – Julie Parsonage, owned by Julie Parsonage.

 

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