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Chrome flash pays cash at 2022 Cowgirl Gathering competitions

Chrome flash paid off in cash at the 2022 Cowgirl Gathering barrel racing, team roping and breakaway roping competitions November 10-13 in Fort Worth, Texas.

These all-breed, women-only events took place in the historic Cowtown Coliseum in the heart of the Fort Worth Stockyards, and paid out more than $300,000 in full.

  • The Cowgirl Gathering Breakaway Roping, sponsored by valleyvet.com: $21,500 added
  • The Cowgirl Gathering Barrel Race, sponsored by Platinum Performance: $39,500 added
  • The Cowgirl Gathering Team Roping, sponsored by Charlie One Horse: $10,000 added

More info: cowgirlgathering.com

Shoutout to our top-placing Paints in the roping events:

  • Breakaway: Martha Angelone & Gunna Shock Ya, a 2015 sorrel solid stallion (Gunnatrashya x Electrical Flash (QH))—$8,250 total
  • Team Roping: Kaylee Cobb & Quick To Dash, a 2007 bay tobiano gelding (Ima Royal Quick Dash x Kjannamaestreasure)—$8,390 (split)

Congratulations to the PBRIP 4D Incentive Winners:

  • 1D Champs: Tanna McCornack & Oscar De La Bully, a 2012 sorrel solid gelding (Streaking Ta Fame (QH) x Miss Bully Bullion)—$2,757
  • 2D Champs: Nikki Burns & Ima Famous Gambler, a 2012 sorrel solid gelding (Sofreakinfamous (QH) x Bayou Roan)—$769
  • 3D Champs: Carly Peercy & Baysha Mac Casha, a 2015 bay solid mare (Big Mac Troubleman (QH) x Pretty Magnolia Fille)—$577
  • 4D Champs: Bridget Britton & Tobicat Jazz, a 2013 sorrel tovero mare (Smooths First Tobicat x Bar Lee Tivio)—$440



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