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CMSA Jeffers National Championship
The Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association (CMSA) brought its Jeffers National Championship to the Tunica, Miss. Arena & Expo Center April 13-16, 2022. Billed as “one of the biggest shoots of the year,” 197 competitors rode over the four-day event across 26 classes in Revolver, Cavalry Class, Taylor’s & Company Rifle, Outlaw/Platinum Eliminator, Wranglers, Shotgun divisions and the CMSA Derby. The event culminated with the Montana Silversmiths Double Down Incentive Finals on Saturday. AQHA and Paint horses also earned points through their respective organizations. Mr. Quigley was the official photographer for the show.
In the Main Match Stage 1, Colton Davis had the fastest time (13.742). In Rifle Stage 1, Dwight Barhite ran the pattern in 16.762. In Shotgun Stage 1, it was Chase Combs in the top position with a time of 14.309. In Cavalry Stage 1, Amanda Hudson had the best time (26.193). In Eliminator Open 1, Sophia Schrager was in the top position (13.898). In Derby Open 1, Ezra Yoder was in first (14.660). Double Down standings through Stage 1 put Taryn Thompson in first with a time of 19.880 and no penalties.
Revolver: winner, Zane Chunn (70.766)
Rifle: winner Steve Keech
Shotgun: winner Jessica Amos
CMSA of Tennessee held its Spring Fling shoot on Sunday and Monday April 10-11 prior to the Championship. Drew Wallace on Lobos Two Snip Roper had the best time in the Derby (33.873). Sophia Schrager, riding Layla, was overall Ladies Reserve Champion. No further information about the results was available at press time.
Information and results are posted at: https://www.cmsaevents.com/
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