July 22, 2018
Mid South Quarter Horse Breeders Futurity
Saturday’s show started early with the Weanling and Yearling Stallions, followed by the MSQHBF Yearling Mares, Yearling Geldings, and finishing the morning’s classes with Small Fry and Youth Showmanship, Novice and Select Showmanship. After the break was the English portion of the show, with the Hunter and Hunt Seat Equitation classes. There were two free classes on Saturday: Youth Western Pleasure and Novice AMA Western Pleasure.
Highlighted classes of the show were: the MSQHBF 2-year-old Bobby Davis Memorial Snaffle Bit; Walk-Trot classes for the youngsters; 2-year-old and 3-year-old Non-Pro Snaffle Bit classes; and Green Western Pleasure. There were Reining and Trail classes later in the day.
Winner of the Futurity JR Fillies was HDP Memories, shown by Jerry Wright and owned by Dean Pearrow of Bald Knob, AR. Winner of the Futurity 2-Yr-Old Snaffle Bit was KatieVindicatingPoco, shown by Barry Bolton and owned by Barbara Court of Columbia, TN. The Non Pro 2-Yr-Old Snaffle Bit winner was Kenlis Radical Pro, owned and shown by Steve Boone of Potts Camp, MS. The Non Pro 3-Yr-Old WP Snaffle Bit was Treasured Terms, shown by Vickye Lynn Ward and owned by Milton and Lynn Ward. Winner of the Futurity Yearling Mares was Fancy Renegade, shown by Robert Holland, Jr. for owners Jerry and Sherry Wright.
Novice Amateur Western Pleasure winner was Hezgot Rodderability, owned and shown by Julie Chambers of Leighton, AL. Youth Western Pleasure winner was A Paris Odyssey, ridden by Shayne Harrell, owned by Ricky and Amanda Harrell of Sherwood, AR.
The Futurity Non Pro Maturity winner was LL Cool Splash, owned and shown by Richard Gordon, Jr. of Aberdeen, MS. Futurity Maturity winner was Cranes Unseenmachine, shown by Joshua Clay Young for Crane Quarter Horses of Fulton, MS.
Small Fry Walk Trot winner was Allie Sherman, riding Zippos Good Impulse, owned by Tammy Sherman of Walnut Ridge, AR.
Held annually in October, the MSQHBF is the second largest equine event held in the Memphis and Shelby County, Tennessee area each year, drawing entries from as many as 30 states.
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