Extreme Chico and owner Jill Beaty of Elgin, Oklahoma, closed 2020 with the most total points earned in APHA’s Paint Barrel Racing Incentive Program competition, landing them the title of 2020 PBRIP High-Point Champion. But that wasn’t the duos only win—they also claimed the 2D championship, too.
Jill will receive a Gist Silversmiths trophy buckle for her high-point win at the annual PRBIP awards presentation April 10 at the Lazy E Arena in Guthrie, Oklahoma. Extreme Chico is a 2005 sorrel tobiano gelding by Rare Jet Extremes (QH) and out of Arkansas Diamond; owned by Jill, he was bred by James and Sandra Lowe of Louisburg, Kansas.
Congratulations to our 2020 PBRIP year-end winners:
- 1D Champion: Jamie Wilson of Weatherford, Texas, & Check Your Bet, a 2010 gray tobiano gelding by Dashin Is Easy (QH) x Cherokee Autumn
- 1D Reserve Champion: Stephanie Gray of Hutchinson, Kansas, & Rookies Velvet Cash, a 2014 red dun solid mare by Ranger Rookie (QH) x Dallas Shakira
- 2D Champion: Jill Beaty of Elgin, Oklahoma, & Extreme Chico, a 2005 sorrel tobiano gelding by Rare Jet Extremes (QH) x Arkansas Diamond
- 2D Reserve Champion: Ashley Alligood of West, Texas, & RB Bullysindianoutlaw, a 2013 bay tobiano stallion by RC Indian Bullion x Win Sky
- 3D Champion: Jayne Ruble of Carlisle, Iowa, & One Good Story, a 2009 red roan overo gelding by Zip N Good x Dilly Of A Story (QH).
- 3D Reserve Champion: Belinda Wheeler of Mounds, Oklahoma, & LLP Susies Witch, a 2008 palomino solid mare by Streakin Again (QH) x Go Too Susie
- 4D Champion: Sydnie Snider of Abilene, Kansas, & Amigosspinnginnypenny, a 1997 sorrel overo mare by Smokes Doc Bar x Pars Northern Belle (QH)
- 4D Reserve Champion: Haley Mullinax of Wamego, Kansas, & Bo Ringo, a 2004 sorrel tobiano gelding by Jedis Hoot x Supremeebonyringer
To see the complete list of winners, visit apha.com/racing/pbrip.
[Reprinting all or part of this news release is permitted, so long as credit is given to the Paint Horse Journal and a link provided back to apha.com.]
The American Paint Horse Association is the world’s second-largest international equine breed association, registering more than a million horses in 59 nations and territories since it was founded. APHA promotes, preserves and provides meaningful experiences with Paint Horses.