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2011 Dakota Classic Cutting Futurity results

The Dakota Classic Cutting Futurity was held at the Yellow Rose Arena in Platte, SD, on Sept. 30-Oct. 2.

The 3-year-old Open Futurity was won by FCS Dollars or Duel, owned by Forrest and Cindy Stewart of Cody, NE. The Stewarts pocketed $3,038.40 for the win and also a saddle. The sire of the money winning horse is Cat Duel, who is an own son of Cat Duel and is owned by Miles DeJong of Kennebec, SD.

Reserve Champion in the 3-year-old Open was Movin By Whitch owned by Brad Vance of Lipan, TX and shown by Jim Whitcher of Scenic, SD. Brad Vance piloted the horse in the Non Pro division and won that class, winning a total of $6,751.25. Movin By Whitch is sired by Peptos Blueprint by Peptoboonsmal. The stallion is owned by Jim and Ethel Whitcher of Scenic, SD.



Brad Vance also won the amateur Non Pro division with the good horse Movin By Whitch.

Another colt sired by Peptos Blueprint, High Time Whitch owned by Stan Weander of Ardmore, OK was Reserve Champion Non Pro in the 3-year-old Futurity, Reserve Champion Amateur Non Pro and took third place in the 3-year-old Open Futurity division winning a total of $5,365.06.



In the 4-year-old Derby Open class the win was TR Paid To Dual sired by Dual Lena San. TR Paid To Dual is owned by the Talmadge River Ranch who placed second in the 4-year-old Non Pro division with TR Paid To Dual winning a total of $1,479.93.

Blues Lil Mate another colt by Peptos Blueprint and owned by Brad Vance was Champion Non Pro as well as finishing fifth in the Open 4-year-old division, winning a total of $1,282.76.

In the 5- and 6-year-old Open class the horse FCS Imaclassysneakin owned by Forrest and Cindy Stewart won $1,250.96. This horse was sired by Sneakin Lena by Smart Little Lena, a horse that is owned by Don and Kathy Strain of White River, SD.

Reserve Champion in the 5- and 6-year-old Open division was WSR Jazzed Up Dual sired by Dual Lena San. This horse also tied for first and second in the Non Pro division, and is owned by the Talmadge River Ranch pocketing a total of $1,539.67. Whose Izzy, a stallion sired by Smoken Manzana and owned by Jim and Barb Halligan of Pierre, SD, tied for first and second in the 5- and 6-year old Non Pro winning $962.26

The Dakota Classic Cutting Futurity is a stallion incentive program with only colts sired by subscribed stallions eligible to compete. Total purse paid out in 2011 was $25,976.13. For more information on the Dakota Classic Cutting Futurity program or to enroll a stallion, contact Secretary Zelda Lutter, 605-472-2650.

For complete results of the 2011 Dakota Classic Cutting Futurity, visit http://www.dakotaclassiccuttingfuturity.com.

The Dakota Classic Cutting Futurity was held at the Yellow Rose Arena in Platte, SD, on Sept. 30-Oct. 2.

The 3-year-old Open Futurity was won by FCS Dollars or Duel, owned by Forrest and Cindy Stewart of Cody, NE. The Stewarts pocketed $3,038.40 for the win and also a saddle. The sire of the money winning horse is Cat Duel, who is an own son of Cat Duel and is owned by Miles DeJong of Kennebec, SD.

Reserve Champion in the 3-year-old Open was Movin By Whitch owned by Brad Vance of Lipan, TX and shown by Jim Whitcher of Scenic, SD. Brad Vance piloted the horse in the Non Pro division and won that class, winning a total of $6,751.25. Movin By Whitch is sired by Peptos Blueprint by Peptoboonsmal. The stallion is owned by Jim and Ethel Whitcher of Scenic, SD.

Brad Vance also won the amateur Non Pro division with the good horse Movin By Whitch.

Another colt sired by Peptos Blueprint, High Time Whitch owned by Stan Weander of Ardmore, OK was Reserve Champion Non Pro in the 3-year-old Futurity, Reserve Champion Amateur Non Pro and took third place in the 3-year-old Open Futurity division winning a total of $5,365.06.

In the 4-year-old Derby Open class the win was TR Paid To Dual sired by Dual Lena San. TR Paid To Dual is owned by the Talmadge River Ranch who placed second in the 4-year-old Non Pro division with TR Paid To Dual winning a total of $1,479.93.

Blues Lil Mate another colt by Peptos Blueprint and owned by Brad Vance was Champion Non Pro as well as finishing fifth in the Open 4-year-old division, winning a total of $1,282.76.

In the 5- and 6-year-old Open class the horse FCS Imaclassysneakin owned by Forrest and Cindy Stewart won $1,250.96. This horse was sired by Sneakin Lena by Smart Little Lena, a horse that is owned by Don and Kathy Strain of White River, SD.

Reserve Champion in the 5- and 6-year-old Open division was WSR Jazzed Up Dual sired by Dual Lena San. This horse also tied for first and second in the Non Pro division, and is owned by the Talmadge River Ranch pocketing a total of $1,539.67. Whose Izzy, a stallion sired by Smoken Manzana and owned by Jim and Barb Halligan of Pierre, SD, tied for first and second in the 5- and 6-year old Non Pro winning $962.26

The Dakota Classic Cutting Futurity is a stallion incentive program with only colts sired by subscribed stallions eligible to compete. Total purse paid out in 2011 was $25,976.13. For more information on the Dakota Classic Cutting Futurity program or to enroll a stallion, contact Secretary Zelda Lutter, 605-472-2650.

For complete results of the 2011 Dakota Classic Cutting Futurity, visit http://www.dakotaclassiccuttingfuturity.com.


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