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Ashford no longer an amateur

Photo courtesy Schaffer's Photo ExpressJamie Ashford and Heza Hot General.

Over 75,000 dollars in awards and prize money were presented following the 2009 5-State Breeders Futurity Sept. 11-13. The exciting short round showcased an outstanding set of futurity horses representing 10 different 5-State Stallions.

Heza Hot General (Hot Colours) and Jamie Ashford went in to the finals in the number one position and were able to hold their position to capture not only the 2009 5-State Breeders Futurity championship, but also the amateur title. The sponsorship of First Western Bank, Brooks Maberry Equine Insurance, and Dakota Hills Veterinary Clinic sent Jamie back to Texas with two championship DHS saddles. Trula Churchill and A Streak of Rita (A Streak Of Fling) took home reserve championship honors after clocking the fast time of the final round. All 12 futurity finalists left with vests sponsored by Outlaws, Ltd and Rubbermaid travel wheelbarrows.

Frenchmans Guy captured his 4th straight Maturity title as Lynn Kohr and Frenchmans Melody won the second round and the average title of the 2009 5-State Breeders Maturity. Hallie Melvin and Request Lotacash (Frenchmans Guy) were a close second for the Maturity reserve championship.

$10,000 in Future Fortunes money was added to the Dakota Hills Veterinary Clinic 4D this year with 210 entries. Top honors went to Sadies Uno Sunshine (Sadies Frosty Drift) and Samantha Bossert turning in the fastest time of the weekend to win the 1D in the jackpot and the Future Fortunes Championship.

Westergren Quarter Horses and Ireland Performance Horses sponsored the first annual 5-State Open pole bending futurity. Top honors went to Sue Kay Gorman and Windcountry Wahoo while top breeders honors went to Kristie Peterson and Jimmys Frenchman (Frenchmans Guy). Kristie Thorstenson took the title of All Around Futurity horse on JKT Drifting Tu Love (Sadies Frosty Drift) by finishing 2nd in the pole bending breeders incentive and 4th in the barrel futurity average.

Black Hills Auto Sales, Shearer Ranch, and Myers Training Stables sponsored the popular kids’ barrel races and buckle dummy roping once again making the 5-State a great family event. LI Productions would like to thank all those who attended the 5-State and look forward to next year’s event Sept. 10-12, 2010.

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Over 75,000 dollars in awards and prize money were presented following the 2009 5-State Breeders Futurity Sept. 11-13. The exciting short round showcased an outstanding set of futurity horses representing 10 different 5-State Stallions.

Heza Hot General (Hot Colours) and Jamie Ashford went in to the finals in the number one position and were able to hold their position to capture not only the 2009 5-State Breeders Futurity championship, but also the amateur title. The sponsorship of First Western Bank, Brooks Maberry Equine Insurance, and Dakota Hills Veterinary Clinic sent Jamie back to Texas with two championship DHS saddles. Trula Churchill and A Streak of Rita (A Streak Of Fling) took home reserve championship honors after clocking the fast time of the final round. All 12 futurity finalists left with vests sponsored by Outlaws, Ltd and Rubbermaid travel wheelbarrows.

Frenchmans Guy captured his 4th straight Maturity title as Lynn Kohr and Frenchmans Melody won the second round and the average title of the 2009 5-State Breeders Maturity. Hallie Melvin and Request Lotacash (Frenchmans Guy) were a close second for the Maturity reserve championship.

$10,000 in Future Fortunes money was added to the Dakota Hills Veterinary Clinic 4D this year with 210 entries. Top honors went to Sadies Uno Sunshine (Sadies Frosty Drift) and Samantha Bossert turning in the fastest time of the weekend to win the 1D in the jackpot and the Future Fortunes Championship.

Westergren Quarter Horses and Ireland Performance Horses sponsored the first annual 5-State Open pole bending futurity. Top honors went to Sue Kay Gorman and Windcountry Wahoo while top breeders honors went to Kristie Peterson and Jimmys Frenchman (Frenchmans Guy). Kristie Thorstenson took the title of All Around Futurity horse on JKT Drifting Tu Love (Sadies Frosty Drift) by finishing 2nd in the pole bending breeders incentive and 4th in the barrel futurity average.

Black Hills Auto Sales, Shearer Ranch, and Myers Training Stables sponsored the popular kids’ barrel races and buckle dummy roping once again making the 5-State a great family event. LI Productions would like to thank all those who attended the 5-State and look forward to next year’s event Sept. 10-12, 2010.

Over 75,000 dollars in awards and prize money were presented following the 2009 5-State Breeders Futurity Sept. 11-13. The exciting short round showcased an outstanding set of futurity horses representing 10 different 5-State Stallions.

Heza Hot General (Hot Colours) and Jamie Ashford went in to the finals in the number one position and were able to hold their position to capture not only the 2009 5-State Breeders Futurity championship, but also the amateur title. The sponsorship of First Western Bank, Brooks Maberry Equine Insurance, and Dakota Hills Veterinary Clinic sent Jamie back to Texas with two championship DHS saddles. Trula Churchill and A Streak of Rita (A Streak Of Fling) took home reserve championship honors after clocking the fast time of the final round. All 12 futurity finalists left with vests sponsored by Outlaws, Ltd and Rubbermaid travel wheelbarrows.

Frenchmans Guy captured his 4th straight Maturity title as Lynn Kohr and Frenchmans Melody won the second round and the average title of the 2009 5-State Breeders Maturity. Hallie Melvin and Request Lotacash (Frenchmans Guy) were a close second for the Maturity reserve championship.

$10,000 in Future Fortunes money was added to the Dakota Hills Veterinary Clinic 4D this year with 210 entries. Top honors went to Sadies Uno Sunshine (Sadies Frosty Drift) and Samantha Bossert turning in the fastest time of the weekend to win the 1D in the jackpot and the Future Fortunes Championship.

Westergren Quarter Horses and Ireland Performance Horses sponsored the first annual 5-State Open pole bending futurity. Top honors went to Sue Kay Gorman and Windcountry Wahoo while top breeders honors went to Kristie Peterson and Jimmys Frenchman (Frenchmans Guy). Kristie Thorstenson took the title of All Around Futurity horse on JKT Drifting Tu Love (Sadies Frosty Drift) by finishing 2nd in the pole bending breeders incentive and 4th in the barrel futurity average.

Black Hills Auto Sales, Shearer Ranch, and Myers Training Stables sponsored the popular kids’ barrel races and buckle dummy roping once again making the 5-State a great family event. LI Productions would like to thank all those who attended the 5-State and look forward to next year’s event Sept. 10-12, 2010.

Over 75,000 dollars in awards and prize money were presented following the 2009 5-State Breeders Futurity Sept. 11-13. The exciting short round showcased an outstanding set of futurity horses representing 10 different 5-State Stallions.

Heza Hot General (Hot Colours) and Jamie Ashford went in to the finals in the number one position and were able to hold their position to capture not only the 2009 5-State Breeders Futurity championship, but also the amateur title. The sponsorship of First Western Bank, Brooks Maberry Equine Insurance, and Dakota Hills Veterinary Clinic sent Jamie back to Texas with two championship DHS saddles. Trula Churchill and A Streak of Rita (A Streak Of Fling) took home reserve championship honors after clocking the fast time of the final round. All 12 futurity finalists left with vests sponsored by Outlaws, Ltd and Rubbermaid travel wheelbarrows.

Frenchmans Guy captured his 4th straight Maturity title as Lynn Kohr and Frenchmans Melody won the second round and the average title of the 2009 5-State Breeders Maturity. Hallie Melvin and Request Lotacash (Frenchmans Guy) were a close second for the Maturity reserve championship.

$10,000 in Future Fortunes money was added to the Dakota Hills Veterinary Clinic 4D this year with 210 entries. Top honors went to Sadies Uno Sunshine (Sadies Frosty Drift) and Samantha Bossert turning in the fastest time of the weekend to win the 1D in the jackpot and the Future Fortunes Championship.

Westergren Quarter Horses and Ireland Performance Horses sponsored the first annual 5-State Open pole bending futurity. Top honors went to Sue Kay Gorman and Windcountry Wahoo while top breeders honors went to Kristie Peterson and Jimmys Frenchman (Frenchmans Guy). Kristie Thorstenson took the title of All Around Futurity horse on JKT Drifting Tu Love (Sadies Frosty Drift) by finishing 2nd in the pole bending breeders incentive and 4th in the barrel futurity average.

Black Hills Auto Sales, Shearer Ranch, and Myers Training Stables sponsored the popular kids’ barrel races and buckle dummy roping once again making the 5-State a great family event. LI Productions would like to thank all those who attended the 5-State and look forward to next year’s event Sept. 10-12, 2010.

Over 75,000 dollars in awards and prize money were presented following the 2009 5-State Breeders Futurity Sept. 11-13. The exciting short round showcased an outstanding set of futurity horses representing 10 different 5-State Stallions.

Heza Hot General (Hot Colours) and Jamie Ashford went in to the finals in the number one position and were able to hold their position to capture not only the 2009 5-State Breeders Futurity championship, but also the amateur title. The sponsorship of First Western Bank, Brooks Maberry Equine Insurance, and Dakota Hills Veterinary Clinic sent Jamie back to Texas with two championship DHS saddles. Trula Churchill and A Streak of Rita (A Streak Of Fling) took home reserve championship honors after clocking the fast time of the final round. All 12 futurity finalists left with vests sponsored by Outlaws, Ltd and Rubbermaid travel wheelbarrows.

Frenchmans Guy captured his 4th straight Maturity title as Lynn Kohr and Frenchmans Melody won the second round and the average title of the 2009 5-State Breeders Maturity. Hallie Melvin and Request Lotacash (Frenchmans Guy) were a close second for the Maturity reserve championship.

$10,000 in Future Fortunes money was added to the Dakota Hills Veterinary Clinic 4D this year with 210 entries. Top honors went to Sadies Uno Sunshine (Sadies Frosty Drift) and Samantha Bossert turning in the fastest time of the weekend to win the 1D in the jackpot and the Future Fortunes Championship.

Westergren Quarter Horses and Ireland Performance Horses sponsored the first annual 5-State Open pole bending futurity. Top honors went to Sue Kay Gorman and Windcountry Wahoo while top breeders honors went to Kristie Peterson and Jimmys Frenchman (Frenchmans Guy). Kristie Thorstenson took the title of All Around Futurity horse on JKT Drifting Tu Love (Sadies Frosty Drift) by finishing 2nd in the pole bending breeders incentive and 4th in the barrel futurity average.

Black Hills Auto Sales, Shearer Ranch, and Myers Training Stables sponsored the popular kids’ barrel races and buckle dummy roping once again making the 5-State a great family event. LI Productions would like to thank all those who attended the 5-State and look forward to next year’s event Sept. 10-12, 2010.

Over 75,000 dollars in awards and prize money were presented following the 2009 5-State Breeders Futurity Sept. 11-13. The exciting short round showcased an outstanding set of futurity horses representing 10 different 5-State Stallions.

Heza Hot General (Hot Colours) and Jamie Ashford went in to the finals in the number one position and were able to hold their position to capture not only the 2009 5-State Breeders Futurity championship, but also the amateur title. The sponsorship of First Western Bank, Brooks Maberry Equine Insurance, and Dakota Hills Veterinary Clinic sent Jamie back to Texas with two championship DHS saddles. Trula Churchill and A Streak of Rita (A Streak Of Fling) took home reserve championship honors after clocking the fast time of the final round. All 12 futurity finalists left with vests sponsored by Outlaws, Ltd and Rubbermaid travel wheelbarrows.

Frenchmans Guy captured his 4th straight Maturity title as Lynn Kohr and Frenchmans Melody won the second round and the average title of the 2009 5-State Breeders Maturity. Hallie Melvin and Request Lotacash (Frenchmans Guy) were a close second for the Maturity reserve championship.

$10,000 in Future Fortunes money was added to the Dakota Hills Veterinary Clinic 4D this year with 210 entries. Top honors went to Sadies Uno Sunshine (Sadies Frosty Drift) and Samantha Bossert turning in the fastest time of the weekend to win the 1D in the jackpot and the Future Fortunes Championship.

Westergren Quarter Horses and Ireland Performance Horses sponsored the first annual 5-State Open pole bending futurity. Top honors went to Sue Kay Gorman and Windcountry Wahoo while top breeders honors went to Kristie Peterson and Jimmys Frenchman (Frenchmans Guy). Kristie Thorstenson took the title of All Around Futurity horse on JKT Drifting Tu Love (Sadies Frosty Drift) by finishing 2nd in the pole bending breeders incentive and 4th in the barrel futurity average.

Black Hills Auto Sales, Shearer Ranch, and Myers Training Stables sponsored the popular kids’ barrel races and buckle dummy roping once again making the 5-State a great family event. LI Productions would like to thank all those who attended the 5-State and look forward to next year’s event Sept. 10-12, 2010.

Over 75,000 dollars in awards and prize money were presented following the 2009 5-State Breeders Futurity Sept. 11-13. The exciting short round showcased an outstanding set of futurity horses representing 10 different 5-State Stallions.

Heza Hot General (Hot Colours) and Jamie Ashford went in to the finals in the number one position and were able to hold their position to capture not only the 2009 5-State Breeders Futurity championship, but also the amateur title. The sponsorship of First Western Bank, Brooks Maberry Equine Insurance, and Dakota Hills Veterinary Clinic sent Jamie back to Texas with two championship DHS saddles. Trula Churchill and A Streak of Rita (A Streak Of Fling) took home reserve championship honors after clocking the fast time of the final round. All 12 futurity finalists left with vests sponsored by Outlaws, Ltd and Rubbermaid travel wheelbarrows.

Frenchmans Guy captured his 4th straight Maturity title as Lynn Kohr and Frenchmans Melody won the second round and the average title of the 2009 5-State Breeders Maturity. Hallie Melvin and Request Lotacash (Frenchmans Guy) were a close second for the Maturity reserve championship.

$10,000 in Future Fortunes money was added to the Dakota Hills Veterinary Clinic 4D this year with 210 entries. Top honors went to Sadies Uno Sunshine (Sadies Frosty Drift) and Samantha Bossert turning in the fastest time of the weekend to win the 1D in the jackpot and the Future Fortunes Championship.

Westergren Quarter Horses and Ireland Performance Horses sponsored the first annual 5-State Open pole bending futurity. Top honors went to Sue Kay Gorman and Windcountry Wahoo while top breeders honors went to Kristie Peterson and Jimmys Frenchman (Frenchmans Guy). Kristie Thorstenson took the title of All Around Futurity horse on JKT Drifting Tu Love (Sadies Frosty Drift) by finishing 2nd in the pole bending breeders incentive and 4th in the barrel futurity average.

Black Hills Auto Sales, Shearer Ranch, and Myers Training Stables sponsored the popular kids’ barrel races and buckle dummy roping once again making the 5-State a great family event. LI Productions would like to thank all those who attended the 5-State and look forward to next year’s event Sept. 10-12, 2010.

Over 75,000 dollars in awards and prize money were presented following the 2009 5-State Breeders Futurity Sept. 11-13. The exciting short round showcased an outstanding set of futurity horses representing 10 different 5-State Stallions.

Heza Hot General (Hot Colours) and Jamie Ashford went in to the finals in the number one position and were able to hold their position to capture not only the 2009 5-State Breeders Futurity championship, but also the amateur title. The sponsorship of First Western Bank, Brooks Maberry Equine Insurance, and Dakota Hills Veterinary Clinic sent Jamie back to Texas with two championship DHS saddles. Trula Churchill and A Streak of Rita (A Streak Of Fling) took home reserve championship honors after clocking the fast time of the final round. All 12 futurity finalists left with vests sponsored by Outlaws, Ltd and Rubbermaid travel wheelbarrows.

Frenchmans Guy captured his 4th straight Maturity title as Lynn Kohr and Frenchmans Melody won the second round and the average title of the 2009 5-State Breeders Maturity. Hallie Melvin and Request Lotacash (Frenchmans Guy) were a close second for the Maturity reserve championship.

$10,000 in Future Fortunes money was added to the Dakota Hills Veterinary Clinic 4D this year with 210 entries. Top honors went to Sadies Uno Sunshine (Sadies Frosty Drift) and Samantha Bossert turning in the fastest time of the weekend to win the 1D in the jackpot and the Future Fortunes Championship.

Westergren Quarter Horses and Ireland Performance Horses sponsored the first annual 5-State Open pole bending futurity. Top honors went to Sue Kay Gorman and Windcountry Wahoo while top breeders honors went to Kristie Peterson and Jimmys Frenchman (Frenchmans Guy). Kristie Thorstenson took the title of All Around Futurity horse on JKT Drifting Tu Love (Sadies Frosty Drift) by finishing 2nd in the pole bending breeders incentive and 4th in the barrel futurity average.

Black Hills Auto Sales, Shearer Ranch, and Myers Training Stables sponsored the popular kids’ barrel races and buckle dummy roping once again making the 5-State a great family event. LI Productions would like to thank all those who attended the 5-State and look forward to next year’s event Sept. 10-12, 2010.

Over 75,000 dollars in awards and prize money were presented following the 2009 5-State Breeders Futurity Sept. 11-13. The exciting short round showcased an outstanding set of futurity horses representing 10 different 5-State Stallions.

Heza Hot General (Hot Colours) and Jamie Ashford went in to the finals in the number one position and were able to hold their position to capture not only the 2009 5-State Breeders Futurity championship, but also the amateur title. The sponsorship of First Western Bank, Brooks Maberry Equine Insurance, and Dakota Hills Veterinary Clinic sent Jamie back to Texas with two championship DHS saddles. Trula Churchill and A Streak of Rita (A Streak Of Fling) took home reserve championship honors after clocking the fast time of the final round. All 12 futurity finalists left with vests sponsored by Outlaws, Ltd and Rubbermaid travel wheelbarrows.

Frenchmans Guy captured his 4th straight Maturity title as Lynn Kohr and Frenchmans Melody won the second round and the average title of the 2009 5-State Breeders Maturity. Hallie Melvin and Request Lotacash (Frenchmans Guy) were a close second for the Maturity reserve championship.

$10,000 in Future Fortunes money was added to the Dakota Hills Veterinary Clinic 4D this year with 210 entries. Top honors went to Sadies Uno Sunshine (Sadies Frosty Drift) and Samantha Bossert turning in the fastest time of the weekend to win the 1D in the jackpot and the Future Fortunes Championship.

Westergren Quarter Horses and Ireland Performance Horses sponsored the first annual 5-State Open pole bending futurity. Top honors went to Sue Kay Gorman and Windcountry Wahoo while top breeders honors went to Kristie Peterson and Jimmys Frenchman (Frenchmans Guy). Kristie Thorstenson took the title of All Around Futurity horse on JKT Drifting Tu Love (Sadies Frosty Drift) by finishing 2nd in the pole bending breeders incentive and 4th in the barrel futurity average.

Black Hills Auto Sales, Shearer Ranch, and Myers Training Stables sponsored the popular kids’ barrel races and buckle dummy roping once again making the 5-State a great family event. LI Productions would like to thank all those who attended the 5-State and look forward to next year’s event Sept. 10-12, 2010.