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CONQHA Futurity results

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Photo by Larry LarsonFlashin Lucky, sired by Executive Flash, tied for the Championship in the Late Division of CONQHA Futurity Open Weanling Stallions. He is owned by Don and Patty Brunner of Rapid City, SD.

RAPID CITY, SD – Long established and still strong – the Center Of The Nation Quarter Horse Association continues to offer one of the most successful futurities in the region. Held in conjunction with the Quarter Horse Show Circuit at the 2009 Central States Fair & Rodeo on Aug. 22-23, the futurity continues to offer a large purse that drew contestants into each of the 21 classes offered.

The three-day CSF show offered four judges and had close to 1,500 entries with large class numbers pushing events into the early morning hours. Promoting the American Quarter Horse, the 98 entries competed for a total purse of $11,880.44 in the classes offered on Saturday and Sunday. Judges for the 2009 CONQHA Futurity were Laurie Krause of Eaton, CO, Steven Campidilli of Johnston, IA, and Todd Bailey from Penhold, Alberta, Canada. Shirley Sellman of Chadron, NE once again capably managed the secretarial duties for the futurity.

High dollar winners at the 2009 CONQHA Futurity included entries nominated and shown by Don and Patty Brunner from Rapid City, SD – all sired by their stallions Isle Be A Sucess and Executive Flash. Checks totaling $2,045.83 included wins in a wide range of classes including halter, western pleasure, trail and reining. Art and Rita McDonald of Lame Deer, MT were once again strong contenders in the halter division with entries sired by their ranch stallion Coolest Sensation taking home checks totaling $1,374.75. Showing yearlings also sired by the bay stallion sired by Coolest, Wally and Sharon Cash from Gillette, WY added another $351.61 to the total futurity winnings from the McDonald’s breeding program.

Consistent siring ability came to light this year when Decked N Blackpearls, a black filly out of Positively Shy and owned by Brenda Flottmeyer, Piedmont, SD, captured the 2009 CONQHA Yearling Longe Line Futurity. A full brother, Positively On Deck, was the 2008 Longe Line Champion for owner Beth Till from Valentine, Nebraska. This was the third year in a row as Flottmeyer started the winning streak in 2007 with her futurity championship in the same class with Gunna Deck Ya, a gelding out of Dusdee Bar Feature. All three CONQHA Futurity winners were sired by Guns On Deck, the AQHA Champion stallion owned by Dale and Juli Brown from Winner, SD.

RAPID CITY, SD – Long established and still strong – the Center Of The Nation Quarter Horse Association continues to offer one of the most successful futurities in the region. Held in conjunction with the Quarter Horse Show Circuit at the 2009 Central States Fair & Rodeo on Aug. 22-23, the futurity continues to offer a large purse that drew contestants into each of the 21 classes offered.

The three-day CSF show offered four judges and had close to 1,500 entries with large class numbers pushing events into the early morning hours. Promoting the American Quarter Horse, the 98 entries competed for a total purse of $11,880.44 in the classes offered on Saturday and Sunday. Judges for the 2009 CONQHA Futurity were Laurie Krause of Eaton, CO, Steven Campidilli of Johnston, IA, and Todd Bailey from Penhold, Alberta, Canada. Shirley Sellman of Chadron, NE once again capably managed the secretarial duties for the futurity.

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High dollar winners at the 2009 CONQHA Futurity included entries nominated and shown by Don and Patty Brunner from Rapid City, SD – all sired by their stallions Isle Be A Sucess and Executive Flash. Checks totaling $2,045.83 included wins in a wide range of classes including halter, western pleasure, trail and reining. Art and Rita McDonald of Lame Deer, MT were once again strong contenders in the halter division with entries sired by their ranch stallion Coolest Sensation taking home checks totaling $1,374.75. Showing yearlings also sired by the bay stallion sired by Coolest, Wally and Sharon Cash from Gillette, WY added another $351.61 to the total futurity winnings from the McDonald’s breeding program.

Consistent siring ability came to light this year when Decked N Blackpearls, a black filly out of Positively Shy and owned by Brenda Flottmeyer, Piedmont, SD, captured the 2009 CONQHA Yearling Longe Line Futurity. A full brother, Positively On Deck, was the 2008 Longe Line Champion for owner Beth Till from Valentine, Nebraska. This was the third year in a row as Flottmeyer started the winning streak in 2007 with her futurity championship in the same class with Gunna Deck Ya, a gelding out of Dusdee Bar Feature. All three CONQHA Futurity winners were sired by Guns On Deck, the AQHA Champion stallion owned by Dale and Juli Brown from Winner, SD.

RAPID CITY, SD – Long established and still strong – the Center Of The Nation Quarter Horse Association continues to offer one of the most successful futurities in the region. Held in conjunction with the Quarter Horse Show Circuit at the 2009 Central States Fair & Rodeo on Aug. 22-23, the futurity continues to offer a large purse that drew contestants into each of the 21 classes offered.

The three-day CSF show offered four judges and had close to 1,500 entries with large class numbers pushing events into the early morning hours. Promoting the American Quarter Horse, the 98 entries competed for a total purse of $11,880.44 in the classes offered on Saturday and Sunday. Judges for the 2009 CONQHA Futurity were Laurie Krause of Eaton, CO, Steven Campidilli of Johnston, IA, and Todd Bailey from Penhold, Alberta, Canada. Shirley Sellman of Chadron, NE once again capably managed the secretarial duties for the futurity.

High dollar winners at the 2009 CONQHA Futurity included entries nominated and shown by Don and Patty Brunner from Rapid City, SD – all sired by their stallions Isle Be A Sucess and Executive Flash. Checks totaling $2,045.83 included wins in a wide range of classes including halter, western pleasure, trail and reining. Art and Rita McDonald of Lame Deer, MT were once again strong contenders in the halter division with entries sired by their ranch stallion Coolest Sensation taking home checks totaling $1,374.75. Showing yearlings also sired by the bay stallion sired by Coolest, Wally and Sharon Cash from Gillette, WY added another $351.61 to the total futurity winnings from the McDonald’s breeding program.

Consistent siring ability came to light this year when Decked N Blackpearls, a black filly out of Positively Shy and owned by Brenda Flottmeyer, Piedmont, SD, captured the 2009 CONQHA Yearling Longe Line Futurity. A full brother, Positively On Deck, was the 2008 Longe Line Champion for owner Beth Till from Valentine, Nebraska. This was the third year in a row as Flottmeyer started the winning streak in 2007 with her futurity championship in the same class with Gunna Deck Ya, a gelding out of Dusdee Bar Feature. All three CONQHA Futurity winners were sired by Guns On Deck, the AQHA Champion stallion owned by Dale and Juli Brown from Winner, SD.

RAPID CITY, SD – Long established and still strong – the Center Of The Nation Quarter Horse Association continues to offer one of the most successful futurities in the region. Held in conjunction with the Quarter Horse Show Circuit at the 2009 Central States Fair & Rodeo on Aug. 22-23, the futurity continues to offer a large purse that drew contestants into each of the 21 classes offered.

The three-day CSF show offered four judges and had close to 1,500 entries with large class numbers pushing events into the early morning hours. Promoting the American Quarter Horse, the 98 entries competed for a total purse of $11,880.44 in the classes offered on Saturday and Sunday. Judges for the 2009 CONQHA Futurity were Laurie Krause of Eaton, CO, Steven Campidilli of Johnston, IA, and Todd Bailey from Penhold, Alberta, Canada. Shirley Sellman of Chadron, NE once again capably managed the secretarial duties for the futurity.

High dollar winners at the 2009 CONQHA Futurity included entries nominated and shown by Don and Patty Brunner from Rapid City, SD – all sired by their stallions Isle Be A Sucess and Executive Flash. Checks totaling $2,045.83 included wins in a wide range of classes including halter, western pleasure, trail and reining. Art and Rita McDonald of Lame Deer, MT were once again strong contenders in the halter division with entries sired by their ranch stallion Coolest Sensation taking home checks totaling $1,374.75. Showing yearlings also sired by the bay stallion sired by Coolest, Wally and Sharon Cash from Gillette, WY added another $351.61 to the total futurity winnings from the McDonald’s breeding program.

Consistent siring ability came to light this year when Decked N Blackpearls, a black filly out of Positively Shy and owned by Brenda Flottmeyer, Piedmont, SD, captured the 2009 CONQHA Yearling Longe Line Futurity. A full brother, Positively On Deck, was the 2008 Longe Line Champion for owner Beth Till from Valentine, Nebraska. This was the third year in a row as Flottmeyer started the winning streak in 2007 with her futurity championship in the same class with Gunna Deck Ya, a gelding out of Dusdee Bar Feature. All three CONQHA Futurity winners were sired by Guns On Deck, the AQHA Champion stallion owned by Dale and Juli Brown from Winner, SD.

RAPID CITY, SD – Long established and still strong – the Center Of The Nation Quarter Horse Association continues to offer one of the most successful futurities in the region. Held in conjunction with the Quarter Horse Show Circuit at the 2009 Central States Fair & Rodeo on Aug. 22-23, the futurity continues to offer a large purse that drew contestants into each of the 21 classes offered.

The three-day CSF show offered four judges and had close to 1,500 entries with large class numbers pushing events into the early morning hours. Promoting the American Quarter Horse, the 98 entries competed for a total purse of $11,880.44 in the classes offered on Saturday and Sunday. Judges for the 2009 CONQHA Futurity were Laurie Krause of Eaton, CO, Steven Campidilli of Johnston, IA, and Todd Bailey from Penhold, Alberta, Canada. Shirley Sellman of Chadron, NE once again capably managed the secretarial duties for the futurity.

High dollar winners at the 2009 CONQHA Futurity included entries nominated and shown by Don and Patty Brunner from Rapid City, SD – all sired by their stallions Isle Be A Sucess and Executive Flash. Checks totaling $2,045.83 included wins in a wide range of classes including halter, western pleasure, trail and reining. Art and Rita McDonald of Lame Deer, MT were once again strong contenders in the halter division with entries sired by their ranch stallion Coolest Sensation taking home checks totaling $1,374.75. Showing yearlings also sired by the bay stallion sired by Coolest, Wally and Sharon Cash from Gillette, WY added another $351.61 to the total futurity winnings from the McDonald’s breeding program.

Consistent siring ability came to light this year when Decked N Blackpearls, a black filly out of Positively Shy and owned by Brenda Flottmeyer, Piedmont, SD, captured the 2009 CONQHA Yearling Longe Line Futurity. A full brother, Positively On Deck, was the 2008 Longe Line Champion for owner Beth Till from Valentine, Nebraska. This was the third year in a row as Flottmeyer started the winning streak in 2007 with her futurity championship in the same class with Gunna Deck Ya, a gelding out of Dusdee Bar Feature. All three CONQHA Futurity winners were sired by Guns On Deck, the AQHA Champion stallion owned by Dale and Juli Brown from Winner, SD.

RAPID CITY, SD – Long established and still strong – the Center Of The Nation Quarter Horse Association continues to offer one of the most successful futurities in the region. Held in conjunction with the Quarter Horse Show Circuit at the 2009 Central States Fair & Rodeo on Aug. 22-23, the futurity continues to offer a large purse that drew contestants into each of the 21 classes offered.

The three-day CSF show offered four judges and had close to 1,500 entries with large class numbers pushing events into the early morning hours. Promoting the American Quarter Horse, the 98 entries competed for a total purse of $11,880.44 in the classes offered on Saturday and Sunday. Judges for the 2009 CONQHA Futurity were Laurie Krause of Eaton, CO, Steven Campidilli of Johnston, IA, and Todd Bailey from Penhold, Alberta, Canada. Shirley Sellman of Chadron, NE once again capably managed the secretarial duties for the futurity.

High dollar winners at the 2009 CONQHA Futurity included entries nominated and shown by Don and Patty Brunner from Rapid City, SD – all sired by their stallions Isle Be A Sucess and Executive Flash. Checks totaling $2,045.83 included wins in a wide range of classes including halter, western pleasure, trail and reining. Art and Rita McDonald of Lame Deer, MT were once again strong contenders in the halter division with entries sired by their ranch stallion Coolest Sensation taking home checks totaling $1,374.75. Showing yearlings also sired by the bay stallion sired by Coolest, Wally and Sharon Cash from Gillette, WY added another $351.61 to the total futurity winnings from the McDonald’s breeding program.

Consistent siring ability came to light this year when Decked N Blackpearls, a black filly out of Positively Shy and owned by Brenda Flottmeyer, Piedmont, SD, captured the 2009 CONQHA Yearling Longe Line Futurity. A full brother, Positively On Deck, was the 2008 Longe Line Champion for owner Beth Till from Valentine, Nebraska. This was the third year in a row as Flottmeyer started the winning streak in 2007 with her futurity championship in the same class with Gunna Deck Ya, a gelding out of Dusdee Bar Feature. All three CONQHA Futurity winners were sired by Guns On Deck, the AQHA Champion stallion owned by Dale and Juli Brown from Winner, SD.

RAPID CITY, SD – Long established and still strong – the Center Of The Nation Quarter Horse Association continues to offer one of the most successful futurities in the region. Held in conjunction with the Quarter Horse Show Circuit at the 2009 Central States Fair & Rodeo on Aug. 22-23, the futurity continues to offer a large purse that drew contestants into each of the 21 classes offered.

The three-day CSF show offered four judges and had close to 1,500 entries with large class numbers pushing events into the early morning hours. Promoting the American Quarter Horse, the 98 entries competed for a total purse of $11,880.44 in the classes offered on Saturday and Sunday. Judges for the 2009 CONQHA Futurity were Laurie Krause of Eaton, CO, Steven Campidilli of Johnston, IA, and Todd Bailey from Penhold, Alberta, Canada. Shirley Sellman of Chadron, NE once again capably managed the secretarial duties for the futurity.

High dollar winners at the 2009 CONQHA Futurity included entries nominated and shown by Don and Patty Brunner from Rapid City, SD – all sired by their stallions Isle Be A Sucess and Executive Flash. Checks totaling $2,045.83 included wins in a wide range of classes including halter, western pleasure, trail and reining. Art and Rita McDonald of Lame Deer, MT were once again strong contenders in the halter division with entries sired by their ranch stallion Coolest Sensation taking home checks totaling $1,374.75. Showing yearlings also sired by the bay stallion sired by Coolest, Wally and Sharon Cash from Gillette, WY added another $351.61 to the total futurity winnings from the McDonald’s breeding program.

Consistent siring ability came to light this year when Decked N Blackpearls, a black filly out of Positively Shy and owned by Brenda Flottmeyer, Piedmont, SD, captured the 2009 CONQHA Yearling Longe Line Futurity. A full brother, Positively On Deck, was the 2008 Longe Line Champion for owner Beth Till from Valentine, Nebraska. This was the third year in a row as Flottmeyer started the winning streak in 2007 with her futurity championship in the same class with Gunna Deck Ya, a gelding out of Dusdee Bar Feature. All three CONQHA Futurity winners were sired by Guns On Deck, the AQHA Champion stallion owned by Dale and Juli Brown from Winner, SD.

RAPID CITY, SD – Long established and still strong – the Center Of The Nation Quarter Horse Association continues to offer one of the most successful futurities in the region. Held in conjunction with the Quarter Horse Show Circuit at the 2009 Central States Fair & Rodeo on Aug. 22-23, the futurity continues to offer a large purse that drew contestants into each of the 21 classes offered.

The three-day CSF show offered four judges and had close to 1,500 entries with large class numbers pushing events into the early morning hours. Promoting the American Quarter Horse, the 98 entries competed for a total purse of $11,880.44 in the classes offered on Saturday and Sunday. Judges for the 2009 CONQHA Futurity were Laurie Krause of Eaton, CO, Steven Campidilli of Johnston, IA, and Todd Bailey from Penhold, Alberta, Canada. Shirley Sellman of Chadron, NE once again capably managed the secretarial duties for the futurity.

High dollar winners at the 2009 CONQHA Futurity included entries nominated and shown by Don and Patty Brunner from Rapid City, SD – all sired by their stallions Isle Be A Sucess and Executive Flash. Checks totaling $2,045.83 included wins in a wide range of classes including halter, western pleasure, trail and reining. Art and Rita McDonald of Lame Deer, MT were once again strong contenders in the halter division with entries sired by their ranch stallion Coolest Sensation taking home checks totaling $1,374.75. Showing yearlings also sired by the bay stallion sired by Coolest, Wally and Sharon Cash from Gillette, WY added another $351.61 to the total futurity winnings from the McDonald’s breeding program.

Consistent siring ability came to light this year when Decked N Blackpearls, a black filly out of Positively Shy and owned by Brenda Flottmeyer, Piedmont, SD, captured the 2009 CONQHA Yearling Longe Line Futurity. A full brother, Positively On Deck, was the 2008 Longe Line Champion for owner Beth Till from Valentine, Nebraska. This was the third year in a row as Flottmeyer started the winning streak in 2007 with her futurity championship in the same class with Gunna Deck Ya, a gelding out of Dusdee Bar Feature. All three CONQHA Futurity winners were sired by Guns On Deck, the AQHA Champion stallion owned by Dale and Juli Brown from Winner, SD.

RAPID CITY, SD – Long established and still strong – the Center Of The Nation Quarter Horse Association continues to offer one of the most successful futurities in the region. Held in conjunction with the Quarter Horse Show Circuit at the 2009 Central States Fair & Rodeo on Aug. 22-23, the futurity continues to offer a large purse that drew contestants into each of the 21 classes offered.

The three-day CSF show offered four judges and had close to 1,500 entries with large class numbers pushing events into the early morning hours. Promoting the American Quarter Horse, the 98 entries competed for a total purse of $11,880.44 in the classes offered on Saturday and Sunday. Judges for the 2009 CONQHA Futurity were Laurie Krause of Eaton, CO, Steven Campidilli of Johnston, IA, and Todd Bailey from Penhold, Alberta, Canada. Shirley Sellman of Chadron, NE once again capably managed the secretarial duties for the futurity.

High dollar winners at the 2009 CONQHA Futurity included entries nominated and shown by Don and Patty Brunner from Rapid City, SD – all sired by their stallions Isle Be A Sucess and Executive Flash. Checks totaling $2,045.83 included wins in a wide range of classes including halter, western pleasure, trail and reining. Art and Rita McDonald of Lame Deer, MT were once again strong contenders in the halter division with entries sired by their ranch stallion Coolest Sensation taking home checks totaling $1,374.75. Showing yearlings also sired by the bay stallion sired by Coolest, Wally and Sharon Cash from Gillette, WY added another $351.61 to the total futurity winnings from the McDonald’s breeding program.

Consistent siring ability came to light this year when Decked N Blackpearls, a black filly out of Positively Shy and owned by Brenda Flottmeyer, Piedmont, SD, captured the 2009 CONQHA Yearling Longe Line Futurity. A full brother, Positively On Deck, was the 2008 Longe Line Champion for owner Beth Till from Valentine, Nebraska. This was the third year in a row as Flottmeyer started the winning streak in 2007 with her futurity championship in the same class with Gunna Deck Ya, a gelding out of Dusdee Bar Feature. All three CONQHA Futurity winners were sired by Guns On Deck, the AQHA Champion stallion owned by Dale and Juli Brown from Winner, SD.