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Paints win at 2021 SHOT Stock Horse World Show

Photos by High Cotton Promotions, courtesy of SHTX

Paints made their presence known at the Stock Horse of Texas’ Western Horseman Stock Horse World Show & Derby, which took place at the end of October in Abilene, Texas. A trio of Paints and their exhibitors earned some of the show’s top honors:

  • MC Cowhammer & Trevor Carter: Ordner Insurance/American Reliable Insurance Stock Horse Derby Champion
Treylyn Hancock & Slide My Way

The duo (pictured above) earned $3,800 as the SHTX Derby Champion, and added an additional $1,122 to their tally for being third overall at the Stock Horse Open World Show. Mc Cowhammer is a 2015 red roan overo stallion by Metallic Cat (QH) and out of Gunsmart Gay (QH); he is owned by Bogle Brothers LLC of Dexter, New Mexico.


  • Slide My Way & Treylyn Hancock: Limited Non-Pro Derby Champion

A Youth rider, Treylyn and her gelding snagged more than $4,600 overall: $3,414 as the SHTX Derby Limited Champion and a $1,200 Texas Triple Threat Incentive winner; they were also third overall in the Stock Horse Youth World Show.
Slide My Way is a 2016 sorrel overo gelding by Zezes Pepto Cat and out of Pastels Play Girl (QH); he is owned by Treylyn, who is from Wharton, Texas.


  • Sioux Per Boom & Addison Coutts: Collegiate Non Pro Champion
Addison Coutts & Sioux Per Boom

In addition to winning the Collegiate Non-Pro world champion honors, the pair were also part of the Collegiate Division 1 reserve world champion team.
Sioux Per Boom is a 2015 sorrel overo gelding by A Shiner Named Sioux (QH) and out of Boom N Tari (QH); he is owned by Addison, who is from Whitesboro, Texas.

Complete results from the Stock Horse World Show are available at stockhorsetexas.org.


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