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2011 5-State Breeders Futurity results

Less than one-tenth of a second separated the top four horses hunting for the championship title of the 5-State Breeders Futurity as they headed into the short go-round. When the dust settled, Jordon Briggs and A Special Colour withstood the pressure and hung on to the top spot. The 4-year-old gelding sired by Hot Colours edged out Hallie Melvin and the Frenchmans Guy daughter Too Too Frenchgirl by just 0.009 seconds on three runs. For their efforts, Briggs and A Special Colour took home the futurity champion saddle sponsored by First Interstate Bank and Plains Horizon Equine Insurance along with $5,894 in futurity prize money.

The first round of the 5-State Breeders Futurity, held Sept. 9-11 in Rapid City, SD, was won by Melvin, Doug and Kellie Peterson’s Too Too Frenchgirl. They were the first pair out and set the pace with a 17.259. The duo placed in all three go-rounds and won nearly $5,800. Mary Bleeker and RR French Silk Pie, sired by Frenchmans Phoenix, won the second go-round with a 17.475; and Jordon Peterson on French Mirage ran the fastest time in the action-packed final go with a blazing 17.253.

Sage Kohr and Nother Time To Cash returned to Rapid City to continue where they left off in 2010. With a huge smile across her face headed to the first barrel Sage not only turned in the fastest time of the first round of the 5-State Breeders Maturity, but she and the 6-year-old Dashing With Cash mare took home the average title as well. Dakota Hills Veterinary Clinic and Plains Horizon Equine Insurance presented her with a champion saddle. The duo took home over $2,300 in cash.



Dashing With Cash again sired the amateur champion for 2011. Kelly Caldwell and the 5-year-old mare, A Whole Lotta Rae, made an outstanding first round run and then hung on to claim the average title and the fast time amateur for the weekend. The duo left Rapid City with a saddle sponsored by Dakota Hills Veterinary Clinic and First Interstate Bank.

Dakota Hills Veterinary Clinic added $1,000 to the 5-State Open 4D on Saturday night. Hallie Melvin’s time from the first round of the futurity carried over to be the fast time of the open 4D as well. The duo outran more 260 horses putting another $800 in their pocket and a Jessie Jaymes Silversmith buckle for the win. The 2D was won by Rose Hildebrandt and Guys Dream Girl, the 3D by Karlee Peterson and Fools Be Frank, and the 4D by Amy Lantis and Dashing Meteror. Each won a beautiful Jessie Jaymes Silversmiths buckle sponsored by McKenzie Witt Carpentry and Northern Hills Homes and RVs.



Over $70,000 went into the hands of 5-State Breeders Futurity contestants, stallion owners and horse owners during the 14th annual 5-State Breeders Futurity. LI Productions, LLC and the Ireland family would like to thank everyone who attended and participated.

Less than one-tenth of a second separated the top four horses hunting for the championship title of the 5-State Breeders Futurity as they headed into the short go-round. When the dust settled, Jordon Briggs and A Special Colour withstood the pressure and hung on to the top spot. The 4-year-old gelding sired by Hot Colours edged out Hallie Melvin and the Frenchmans Guy daughter Too Too Frenchgirl by just 0.009 seconds on three runs. For their efforts, Briggs and A Special Colour took home the futurity champion saddle sponsored by First Interstate Bank and Plains Horizon Equine Insurance along with $5,894 in futurity prize money.

The first round of the 5-State Breeders Futurity, held Sept. 9-11 in Rapid City, SD, was won by Melvin, Doug and Kellie Peterson’s Too Too Frenchgirl. They were the first pair out and set the pace with a 17.259. The duo placed in all three go-rounds and won nearly $5,800. Mary Bleeker and RR French Silk Pie, sired by Frenchmans Phoenix, won the second go-round with a 17.475; and Jordon Peterson on French Mirage ran the fastest time in the action-packed final go with a blazing 17.253.

Sage Kohr and Nother Time To Cash returned to Rapid City to continue where they left off in 2010. With a huge smile across her face headed to the first barrel Sage not only turned in the fastest time of the first round of the 5-State Breeders Maturity, but she and the 6-year-old Dashing With Cash mare took home the average title as well. Dakota Hills Veterinary Clinic and Plains Horizon Equine Insurance presented her with a champion saddle. The duo took home over $2,300 in cash.

Dashing With Cash again sired the amateur champion for 2011. Kelly Caldwell and the 5-year-old mare, A Whole Lotta Rae, made an outstanding first round run and then hung on to claim the average title and the fast time amateur for the weekend. The duo left Rapid City with a saddle sponsored by Dakota Hills Veterinary Clinic and First Interstate Bank.

Dakota Hills Veterinary Clinic added $1,000 to the 5-State Open 4D on Saturday night. Hallie Melvin’s time from the first round of the futurity carried over to be the fast time of the open 4D as well. The duo outran more 260 horses putting another $800 in their pocket and a Jessie Jaymes Silversmith buckle for the win. The 2D was won by Rose Hildebrandt and Guys Dream Girl, the 3D by Karlee Peterson and Fools Be Frank, and the 4D by Amy Lantis and Dashing Meteror. Each won a beautiful Jessie Jaymes Silversmiths buckle sponsored by McKenzie Witt Carpentry and Northern Hills Homes and RVs.

Over $70,000 went into the hands of 5-State Breeders Futurity contestants, stallion owners and horse owners during the 14th annual 5-State Breeders Futurity. LI Productions, LLC and the Ireland family would like to thank everyone who attended and participated.

Less than one-tenth of a second separated the top four horses hunting for the championship title of the 5-State Breeders Futurity as they headed into the short go-round. When the dust settled, Jordon Briggs and A Special Colour withstood the pressure and hung on to the top spot. The 4-year-old gelding sired by Hot Colours edged out Hallie Melvin and the Frenchmans Guy daughter Too Too Frenchgirl by just 0.009 seconds on three runs. For their efforts, Briggs and A Special Colour took home the futurity champion saddle sponsored by First Interstate Bank and Plains Horizon Equine Insurance along with $5,894 in futurity prize money.

The first round of the 5-State Breeders Futurity, held Sept. 9-11 in Rapid City, SD, was won by Melvin, Doug and Kellie Peterson’s Too Too Frenchgirl. They were the first pair out and set the pace with a 17.259. The duo placed in all three go-rounds and won nearly $5,800. Mary Bleeker and RR French Silk Pie, sired by Frenchmans Phoenix, won the second go-round with a 17.475; and Jordon Peterson on French Mirage ran the fastest time in the action-packed final go with a blazing 17.253.

Sage Kohr and Nother Time To Cash returned to Rapid City to continue where they left off in 2010. With a huge smile across her face headed to the first barrel Sage not only turned in the fastest time of the first round of the 5-State Breeders Maturity, but she and the 6-year-old Dashing With Cash mare took home the average title as well. Dakota Hills Veterinary Clinic and Plains Horizon Equine Insurance presented her with a champion saddle. The duo took home over $2,300 in cash.

Dashing With Cash again sired the amateur champion for 2011. Kelly Caldwell and the 5-year-old mare, A Whole Lotta Rae, made an outstanding first round run and then hung on to claim the average title and the fast time amateur for the weekend. The duo left Rapid City with a saddle sponsored by Dakota Hills Veterinary Clinic and First Interstate Bank.

Dakota Hills Veterinary Clinic added $1,000 to the 5-State Open 4D on Saturday night. Hallie Melvin’s time from the first round of the futurity carried over to be the fast time of the open 4D as well. The duo outran more 260 horses putting another $800 in their pocket and a Jessie Jaymes Silversmith buckle for the win. The 2D was won by Rose Hildebrandt and Guys Dream Girl, the 3D by Karlee Peterson and Fools Be Frank, and the 4D by Amy Lantis and Dashing Meteror. Each won a beautiful Jessie Jaymes Silversmiths buckle sponsored by McKenzie Witt Carpentry and Northern Hills Homes and RVs.

Over $70,000 went into the hands of 5-State Breeders Futurity contestants, stallion owners and horse owners during the 14th annual 5-State Breeders Futurity. LI Productions, LLC and the Ireland family would like to thank everyone who attended and participated.

Less than one-tenth of a second separated the top four horses hunting for the championship title of the 5-State Breeders Futurity as they headed into the short go-round. When the dust settled, Jordon Briggs and A Special Colour withstood the pressure and hung on to the top spot. The 4-year-old gelding sired by Hot Colours edged out Hallie Melvin and the Frenchmans Guy daughter Too Too Frenchgirl by just 0.009 seconds on three runs. For their efforts, Briggs and A Special Colour took home the futurity champion saddle sponsored by First Interstate Bank and Plains Horizon Equine Insurance along with $5,894 in futurity prize money.

The first round of the 5-State Breeders Futurity, held Sept. 9-11 in Rapid City, SD, was won by Melvin, Doug and Kellie Peterson’s Too Too Frenchgirl. They were the first pair out and set the pace with a 17.259. The duo placed in all three go-rounds and won nearly $5,800. Mary Bleeker and RR French Silk Pie, sired by Frenchmans Phoenix, won the second go-round with a 17.475; and Jordon Peterson on French Mirage ran the fastest time in the action-packed final go with a blazing 17.253.

Sage Kohr and Nother Time To Cash returned to Rapid City to continue where they left off in 2010. With a huge smile across her face headed to the first barrel Sage not only turned in the fastest time of the first round of the 5-State Breeders Maturity, but she and the 6-year-old Dashing With Cash mare took home the average title as well. Dakota Hills Veterinary Clinic and Plains Horizon Equine Insurance presented her with a champion saddle. The duo took home over $2,300 in cash.

Dashing With Cash again sired the amateur champion for 2011. Kelly Caldwell and the 5-year-old mare, A Whole Lotta Rae, made an outstanding first round run and then hung on to claim the average title and the fast time amateur for the weekend. The duo left Rapid City with a saddle sponsored by Dakota Hills Veterinary Clinic and First Interstate Bank.

Dakota Hills Veterinary Clinic added $1,000 to the 5-State Open 4D on Saturday night. Hallie Melvin’s time from the first round of the futurity carried over to be the fast time of the open 4D as well. The duo outran more 260 horses putting another $800 in their pocket and a Jessie Jaymes Silversmith buckle for the win. The 2D was won by Rose Hildebrandt and Guys Dream Girl, the 3D by Karlee Peterson and Fools Be Frank, and the 4D by Amy Lantis and Dashing Meteror. Each won a beautiful Jessie Jaymes Silversmiths buckle sponsored by McKenzie Witt Carpentry and Northern Hills Homes and RVs.

Over $70,000 went into the hands of 5-State Breeders Futurity contestants, stallion owners and horse owners during the 14th annual 5-State Breeders Futurity. LI Productions, LLC and the Ireland family would like to thank everyone who attended and participated.

Less than one-tenth of a second separated the top four horses hunting for the championship title of the 5-State Breeders Futurity as they headed into the short go-round. When the dust settled, Jordon Briggs and A Special Colour withstood the pressure and hung on to the top spot. The 4-year-old gelding sired by Hot Colours edged out Hallie Melvin and the Frenchmans Guy daughter Too Too Frenchgirl by just 0.009 seconds on three runs. For their efforts, Briggs and A Special Colour took home the futurity champion saddle sponsored by First Interstate Bank and Plains Horizon Equine Insurance along with $5,894 in futurity prize money.

The first round of the 5-State Breeders Futurity, held Sept. 9-11 in Rapid City, SD, was won by Melvin, Doug and Kellie Peterson’s Too Too Frenchgirl. They were the first pair out and set the pace with a 17.259. The duo placed in all three go-rounds and won nearly $5,800. Mary Bleeker and RR French Silk Pie, sired by Frenchmans Phoenix, won the second go-round with a 17.475; and Jordon Peterson on French Mirage ran the fastest time in the action-packed final go with a blazing 17.253.

Sage Kohr and Nother Time To Cash returned to Rapid City to continue where they left off in 2010. With a huge smile across her face headed to the first barrel Sage not only turned in the fastest time of the first round of the 5-State Breeders Maturity, but she and the 6-year-old Dashing With Cash mare took home the average title as well. Dakota Hills Veterinary Clinic and Plains Horizon Equine Insurance presented her with a champion saddle. The duo took home over $2,300 in cash.

Dashing With Cash again sired the amateur champion for 2011. Kelly Caldwell and the 5-year-old mare, A Whole Lotta Rae, made an outstanding first round run and then hung on to claim the average title and the fast time amateur for the weekend. The duo left Rapid City with a saddle sponsored by Dakota Hills Veterinary Clinic and First Interstate Bank.

Dakota Hills Veterinary Clinic added $1,000 to the 5-State Open 4D on Saturday night. Hallie Melvin’s time from the first round of the futurity carried over to be the fast time of the open 4D as well. The duo outran more 260 horses putting another $800 in their pocket and a Jessie Jaymes Silversmith buckle for the win. The 2D was won by Rose Hildebrandt and Guys Dream Girl, the 3D by Karlee Peterson and Fools Be Frank, and the 4D by Amy Lantis and Dashing Meteror. Each won a beautiful Jessie Jaymes Silversmiths buckle sponsored by McKenzie Witt Carpentry and Northern Hills Homes and RVs.

Over $70,000 went into the hands of 5-State Breeders Futurity contestants, stallion owners and horse owners during the 14th annual 5-State Breeders Futurity. LI Productions, LLC and the Ireland family would like to thank everyone who attended and participated.

Less than one-tenth of a second separated the top four horses hunting for the championship title of the 5-State Breeders Futurity as they headed into the short go-round. When the dust settled, Jordon Briggs and A Special Colour withstood the pressure and hung on to the top spot. The 4-year-old gelding sired by Hot Colours edged out Hallie Melvin and the Frenchmans Guy daughter Too Too Frenchgirl by just 0.009 seconds on three runs. For their efforts, Briggs and A Special Colour took home the futurity champion saddle sponsored by First Interstate Bank and Plains Horizon Equine Insurance along with $5,894 in futurity prize money.

The first round of the 5-State Breeders Futurity, held Sept. 9-11 in Rapid City, SD, was won by Melvin, Doug and Kellie Peterson’s Too Too Frenchgirl. They were the first pair out and set the pace with a 17.259. The duo placed in all three go-rounds and won nearly $5,800. Mary Bleeker and RR French Silk Pie, sired by Frenchmans Phoenix, won the second go-round with a 17.475; and Jordon Peterson on French Mirage ran the fastest time in the action-packed final go with a blazing 17.253.

Sage Kohr and Nother Time To Cash returned to Rapid City to continue where they left off in 2010. With a huge smile across her face headed to the first barrel Sage not only turned in the fastest time of the first round of the 5-State Breeders Maturity, but she and the 6-year-old Dashing With Cash mare took home the average title as well. Dakota Hills Veterinary Clinic and Plains Horizon Equine Insurance presented her with a champion saddle. The duo took home over $2,300 in cash.

Dashing With Cash again sired the amateur champion for 2011. Kelly Caldwell and the 5-year-old mare, A Whole Lotta Rae, made an outstanding first round run and then hung on to claim the average title and the fast time amateur for the weekend. The duo left Rapid City with a saddle sponsored by Dakota Hills Veterinary Clinic and First Interstate Bank.

Dakota Hills Veterinary Clinic added $1,000 to the 5-State Open 4D on Saturday night. Hallie Melvin’s time from the first round of the futurity carried over to be the fast time of the open 4D as well. The duo outran more 260 horses putting another $800 in their pocket and a Jessie Jaymes Silversmith buckle for the win. The 2D was won by Rose Hildebrandt and Guys Dream Girl, the 3D by Karlee Peterson and Fools Be Frank, and the 4D by Amy Lantis and Dashing Meteror. Each won a beautiful Jessie Jaymes Silversmiths buckle sponsored by McKenzie Witt Carpentry and Northern Hills Homes and RVs.

Over $70,000 went into the hands of 5-State Breeders Futurity contestants, stallion owners and horse owners during the 14th annual 5-State Breeders Futurity. LI Productions, LLC and the Ireland family would like to thank everyone who attended and participated.

Less than one-tenth of a second separated the top four horses hunting for the championship title of the 5-State Breeders Futurity as they headed into the short go-round. When the dust settled, Jordon Briggs and A Special Colour withstood the pressure and hung on to the top spot. The 4-year-old gelding sired by Hot Colours edged out Hallie Melvin and the Frenchmans Guy daughter Too Too Frenchgirl by just 0.009 seconds on three runs. For their efforts, Briggs and A Special Colour took home the futurity champion saddle sponsored by First Interstate Bank and Plains Horizon Equine Insurance along with $5,894 in futurity prize money.

The first round of the 5-State Breeders Futurity, held Sept. 9-11 in Rapid City, SD, was won by Melvin, Doug and Kellie Peterson’s Too Too Frenchgirl. They were the first pair out and set the pace with a 17.259. The duo placed in all three go-rounds and won nearly $5,800. Mary Bleeker and RR French Silk Pie, sired by Frenchmans Phoenix, won the second go-round with a 17.475; and Jordon Peterson on French Mirage ran the fastest time in the action-packed final go with a blazing 17.253.

Sage Kohr and Nother Time To Cash returned to Rapid City to continue where they left off in 2010. With a huge smile across her face headed to the first barrel Sage not only turned in the fastest time of the first round of the 5-State Breeders Maturity, but she and the 6-year-old Dashing With Cash mare took home the average title as well. Dakota Hills Veterinary Clinic and Plains Horizon Equine Insurance presented her with a champion saddle. The duo took home over $2,300 in cash.

Dashing With Cash again sired the amateur champion for 2011. Kelly Caldwell and the 5-year-old mare, A Whole Lotta Rae, made an outstanding first round run and then hung on to claim the average title and the fast time amateur for the weekend. The duo left Rapid City with a saddle sponsored by Dakota Hills Veterinary Clinic and First Interstate Bank.

Dakota Hills Veterinary Clinic added $1,000 to the 5-State Open 4D on Saturday night. Hallie Melvin’s time from the first round of the futurity carried over to be the fast time of the open 4D as well. The duo outran more 260 horses putting another $800 in their pocket and a Jessie Jaymes Silversmith buckle for the win. The 2D was won by Rose Hildebrandt and Guys Dream Girl, the 3D by Karlee Peterson and Fools Be Frank, and the 4D by Amy Lantis and Dashing Meteror. Each won a beautiful Jessie Jaymes Silversmiths buckle sponsored by McKenzie Witt Carpentry and Northern Hills Homes and RVs.

Over $70,000 went into the hands of 5-State Breeders Futurity contestants, stallion owners and horse owners during the 14th annual 5-State Breeders Futurity. LI Productions, LLC and the Ireland family would like to thank everyone who attended and participated.

Less than one-tenth of a second separated the top four horses hunting for the championship title of the 5-State Breeders Futurity as they headed into the short go-round. When the dust settled, Jordon Briggs and A Special Colour withstood the pressure and hung on to the top spot. The 4-year-old gelding sired by Hot Colours edged out Hallie Melvin and the Frenchmans Guy daughter Too Too Frenchgirl by just 0.009 seconds on three runs. For their efforts, Briggs and A Special Colour took home the futurity champion saddle sponsored by First Interstate Bank and Plains Horizon Equine Insurance along with $5,894 in futurity prize money.

The first round of the 5-State Breeders Futurity, held Sept. 9-11 in Rapid City, SD, was won by Melvin, Doug and Kellie Peterson’s Too Too Frenchgirl. They were the first pair out and set the pace with a 17.259. The duo placed in all three go-rounds and won nearly $5,800. Mary Bleeker and RR French Silk Pie, sired by Frenchmans Phoenix, won the second go-round with a 17.475; and Jordon Peterson on French Mirage ran the fastest time in the action-packed final go with a blazing 17.253.

Sage Kohr and Nother Time To Cash returned to Rapid City to continue where they left off in 2010. With a huge smile across her face headed to the first barrel Sage not only turned in the fastest time of the first round of the 5-State Breeders Maturity, but she and the 6-year-old Dashing With Cash mare took home the average title as well. Dakota Hills Veterinary Clinic and Plains Horizon Equine Insurance presented her with a champion saddle. The duo took home over $2,300 in cash.

Dashing With Cash again sired the amateur champion for 2011. Kelly Caldwell and the 5-year-old mare, A Whole Lotta Rae, made an outstanding first round run and then hung on to claim the average title and the fast time amateur for the weekend. The duo left Rapid City with a saddle sponsored by Dakota Hills Veterinary Clinic and First Interstate Bank.

Dakota Hills Veterinary Clinic added $1,000 to the 5-State Open 4D on Saturday night. Hallie Melvin’s time from the first round of the futurity carried over to be the fast time of the open 4D as well. The duo outran more 260 horses putting another $800 in their pocket and a Jessie Jaymes Silversmith buckle for the win. The 2D was won by Rose Hildebrandt and Guys Dream Girl, the 3D by Karlee Peterson and Fools Be Frank, and the 4D by Amy Lantis and Dashing Meteror. Each won a beautiful Jessie Jaymes Silversmiths buckle sponsored by McKenzie Witt Carpentry and Northern Hills Homes and RVs.

Over $70,000 went into the hands of 5-State Breeders Futurity contestants, stallion owners and horse owners during the 14th annual 5-State Breeders Futurity. LI Productions, LLC and the Ireland family would like to thank everyone who attended and participated.


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