The European reined Cow Horse Association will return to play in the most prestigious event of the season in Italy, the heart of the home of the working cow horse.
A formidable array of horses came to triathletes Peschiera QH Caluso (TO) for the biggest and richest event offered by the European Reined Cow Horse Association. The program included more than $ 18,000- Futurity also added the $ 2.500-added Autumn Show, along with a wide range of Nrcha approved classes. The starting list were filled with high-sounding names. Among the 13 pairs finalists, there were three riders ERCHA Futurity Champion. In the cauldron were also included horses winners ERCHA Derby and Hackamore Classic. But in the final calculation, a horse just won both the Non Pro and the Open Futurity!
Futurity Open Champion
Cats Got Freckles (WR This Cats Smart x Playboys Girl), a stallion born in 2010 owned by the Tuscan rider Adelmo Vannini, led Samuel Poles to the climax of his career as a trainer. In 2014, Cats Got Freckles won the Derby Non Pro and have also qualified for the finals of the Open division. At last Hackamore Classic in June, the chestnut stallion was the winner of the open division. So in ERCHA Pre Futurity in Mestrino August, Cats Got Freckles, ahead of all competitors in the Non Pro. Samuel Poly got a good start as he hoped for the finals, during which the couple has once again given proof of its worth marking scores of 74 in the herd work, rein work 71.5 in finishing with 74 points in the cow work for a total of 219.5 which awarded him the title of directly ERCHA Open Futurity Champions in 2014.
The title of the Open Futurity Reserve Champion went to Lone Oaks Pepto (One Time Pepto x Oak Ill Be) performed by the young Giovanni Campanaro, Italy for the owner Vittorio Rabboni. The handsome chestnut stallion showed a total score of 216, with 72 partial herd work continuing with a 71 in the rein work and a 73 in the cow work.
Futurity Limited Open Champion
After savoring the sensations of the cow horse, it is difficult to part with. You can ask for confirmation to Giovanni Campanaro who led RH Diamond Cat (WR This Cats Smart x Mariah Diamond) in the title of the Limited Open Futurity Champion for owner Giovanni Lagaren. “Things did not go as hoped in the final, but I tried, and I’m happy with the result here with my horses,” he said after the ceremony. The total score for this combination during go-round of qualifying for the final open was 219 points, which allowed him to win the title of the Limited Open Champion. This beautiful Paint stallion had already pointed out on the occasion of the 2013 ERCHA Pre Futurity, during which he won the title of the Limited Open Champion, while in the arena of La Peschiera QH in Caluso their partial states are: 74 herd work, 70 rein work and 75 in the cow work.
In the second position of the Limited Open Futurity we find again Giovanni Campanaro this time riding the female Speedy Smart (Smart Easy Deal x OT Boompeep), for the owner Giovanni Lagaren. Smart Speedy, a female Quarter born in 2010, has achieved a score of 218 (71 herd / 71 rein / 76 cow) and remember to have already to her credit the title of ERCHA 2014 Derby Open and Limited Open Champion.
Non Pro Futurity Champion
Cats Got Freckles led his owner Adelmo Vannini to win his second in a row and ERCHA Premier Event of the year when he earned the title of Non Pro Futurity Champion. The Tuscan rider had to get a few horses after his trainer Samuel Poles, and thanks to an excellent performance of this fantastic horse gives its rider the title of 2014 Pro Futurity Champions. “I am very happy, I enjoyed it just as much! I still can not believe it. I feel so lucky! “He says. Cats Got Freckles, which led to the title Vannini 2014 ERCHA Non Pro Futurity Champion, marked a 216.5 composite (72 herd / 71.5 rein / 73 cow). Truly amazing was the performance of this little horse with a heart of gold who has played twice for the qualification and go two more times all the evidence of the final Futurity.
The Non Pro Futurity Reserve Champion and Limited Non Pro Champion is Andrea Sanfelici riding Ret Great N San(Ret N Dry x ML Greatasan), 3 year old paint stallion bred by Andrea himself, to mark a composite of 198 (65 herd / 69 rein / 64 cow).
In the second position of the Limited Non Pro Futurity and third in the Non Pro brings the French rider Jacky Molliex Donjon riding female 4-years-old SCR Time Bingo (Peptos Lil Bingo x Lolita Nic).