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Lights, camera, action! Big Time Movie Star and other Paints scored big in the 2022 American Rope Horse Futurity Association World Championship, October 20-22 in Fort Worth, Texas.
Piloted by ProRodeo legend Trevor Brazile, Big Time Movie Star—a flashy 2018 bay tobiano mare by Shady Lil Starlight (QH) and out of A Masters Hobby—won the Chrome Cash Open Futurity Heading and Heeling sidepots, en route to a Top Five finish overall in the Open Heeling finals, which paid $17,000. The mare is owned by Relentless Remuda of Decatur, Texas.
Seven S Blackjack and Makenzie Cowan doubled up on payouts too, winning the Non-Pro Heading Chrome Cash jackpot and the Non-Pro Heading championship, pocketing more than $8,000. The 2018 brown solid stallion is by Catty Hawk and out of Seven S Cattle Kate (QH), and he’s owned by Cowan Ranch Inc. of Ardmore, Oklahoma.
Four Chrome Cash sidepots featured $3,000 added; Congrats to our champs:
Chrome Cash Open Futurity Heading
- Big Time Movie Star & Trevor Brazile: $1,200
- Jess Tru Ruby & JoJo Lemond: $700
- Whizin To Tinseltown & Bryce Briggs: $500
Chrome Cash Open Futurity Heeling
- Big Time Movie Star & Trevor Brazile: $1,300
- KJ Corona Cartel & Johnryan Foster: $960
- Kid Charlemage & Lane Siggins: $620
- DE Bright Lights & Cole Davidson: $320
Chrome Cash Non-Pro Heading
- Seven S Blackjack & MaKenzie Cowan: $700
Chrome Cash Non-Pro Heeling
- Southern Cattitude & James Robert Marshall: $500
- RJ Hyfive Cat & Bonnie Matlack: $300
- Wrussian Roolette & Kasper Blackwell: $200
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