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Lucky Dog Productions was back at the Show Place Arena the first weekend in June (4-6), 2021 for their third show of the 2021 season. This was the $50,000 Future Fortunes Super Championship show featuring the $50,000 Future Fortunes, $2,500 added Open 4D, and $1,000 added Pack 5D sidepot.
Fessler Photography was the official photographer for the show and all photos can be viewed at: fesslerphotography.net.
Friday’s Open 1D and Adult Sidepot winner was Ashley Thompson of Clayton, Michigan on Seis Shots of Crown (14.599). Ashley also won Friday’s Derby Sidepot on French Butterscotch (14.700). Friday’s Youth 1D winner was Jennifer Mason of Mt. Washington, Kentucky on Mighty Pappasito (14.732). Friday’s Futurity 1D winner was Lindsey Netterville of Woodville, Mississippi on Holy Flitin Fireman (14.681).
On Saturday, Dusty Pike of Caruthersville, Missouri and Famous Firewater Fanny were fastest in the Open 1D, the Adult Sidepot, and the Derby (14.325). Allie Maxwell of Milan, Tennessee took the Youth Sidepot win on Streaking Nightmare (14.550). In Saturday’s Futurity, Marne Loosenort of Hazel, Kentucky had the fastest time in the 1D on Dash Ta Flit (14.714). [DSC_1233-1237] The “unofficial” winner of the Future Fortunes was Allie Maxwell on Streaking Nightmare (14.550), who was also the Open Average 2D Champion for the weekend.
On Sunday JoAnn Middleton of Levelland, Texas won the Open 1D and the Senior Sidepot on Sparkling Wood (14.411). Braia Vogel of Circleville, Ohio took the top spot in Sunday’s Youth Sidepot and the Pack Sidepot on Frenchies Single Guy (14.440). Quay Eaves of Louisville, Mississippi was first in the Adult Sidepot with Rock My Socks Off (14.522). Marne Loosenort was, again, the Futurity winner, this time on Martinis At Midnight (14.542). Dusty Pike and Famous Firewater Fanny were back to take the win in Sunday’s Derby (14.526).
For the weekend, Dusty Pike on Famous Firewater Fanny was the Open 1D Average winner and the Overall High Money Champion. They also claimed the 5 Star Fast Time of the weekend on Saturday, at 14.325 seconds.
Find full results on the Lucky Dog website: https://www.luckydograces.com/2021-results/. Lucky Dog only has two more shows this year: October in Texarkana, Arkansas and the final December show at the Show Place Arena in Memphis, TN.
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