2010 NILE Gold Buckle Futurity results
BILLINGS, MT – Every year NILE sponsors two futurities for weanlings and yearlings that have been sold through the NILE Gold Buckle Weanling/Yearling Sale; every year since its beginning five years ago the numbers entered and shown have increased. This year there were 22 yearlings entered and 17 that came back to show. There were 26 entered in the two-year-old futurity and 16 head returned to show.
In the Yearling Futurity class the horses show at halter and then are let loose in a 60-ft. round pen. Winning first was Let There Be Rock, a very high-quality yearling owned by Doug Torgerson of Billings, MT. This individual was sired by Doug’s good stallion Such a Smooth Doc and out of a Powder River Playboy-bred mare and won $1410.50.
Second place went to Simply Treasured owned and shown by Laurie Marcotte of Billings, MT. Simply Treasured was sired by Zipanic x Simply a Spark and out of a Weiscamp-bred mare. Chad and Erin Fink of Hysham, MT, were the breeders of this fine black yearling filly.
Third went to TM Taris Amber Spark, owned and shown by Shannon Tarter, Three Mile Quarterhorses of Ashland, MT. A fancy palomino, this filly was by Night Time Shiner and out of a Doc Tari-bred mare.
Other placings were: 4. RD Salty Boy Quincy sired by Triple A Quincy owned by Becky Bateman and bred by Ed Hinton, Rafter Diamond Quarterhorses; 5. Jamakin Me Panic by Zipanic, owned and shown by Laurie Marcotte of Billings and bred by Ward and Alice Fenton; 6. Classy Dakota Fox owned by Tori Beley and bred by Cordavee Heupel. The Yearling Futurity was a strong class of horses with quality and condition running very deep in the class.
In the Two-Year-Old Futurity, first place went to Destined To Be Special, owned by Mary Hutchinson of Hingham, MT. This fine horse, sired by Specially Great and bred by Walt Brindley of South Dakota, won $1,795.
Second place went to Im Playin in the Shade, owned and bred by Lavonne Westland of Brockway, MT. This horse was sired by Plastic Play Gun x Play Gun.
Third went to Fire & Dynamite, owned by Kave Huestis and bred by Walt Brindley. The sire was Ima Diamond Dividend. In fourth place was Roosters Lil Lady, owned by Brenda Flotmeyer of Piedmont, SD and sired by Mr. Bay Rooster. Fifth place went to Zips Roan Flash owned by TX Ranch/Ryan Moody/Desiree Tillet of Lovell, WY. Bred by Chad and Erin Fink, the sire was Zipanic. Sixth was Zips Shiney Spark owned and shown by Jay Blankenship. Chad and Erin Fink were the breeders of this horse also sired by Zipanic.
In the Two-Year-Old Futurity, the horses are shown in three classes: Halter, Pleasure and Reining. This was a very strong class from top to bottom. The two-year-old class was a group of highly fitted, well-trained horses that were a credit to both breeders and trainers. All of these two-year-olds will be eligible to come back and show in the Three-Year-Old Futurity sponsored by NILE next year.
Start a dialogue, stay on topic and be civil.
If you don't follow the rules, your comment may be deleted.
User Legend: Moderator Trusted User
The Montana Angus Tour was September 21-23, 2021 in the northern part of the state.