Super Stakes Wrap Up

Jesse Crandall and Bling Bling Blonde.

Jesse Crandall and Bling Bling Blonde placed first in the finals of the Super Stakes in the 4-year-old Super Stakes (SS) class, with a 143, and earning himself $3,232. Reserve Champion was BSF Sister Dereka, owner Gwen McMeeken and rider Brad Pedersen, earning $2,102.

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Dustin Gonnet and Peptos Miss San.

In the Open to the World (OTW) 4-year-old class Dustin Gonnet finished as champion aboard Rod Macdonald’s Peptos Miss San, earning $1,031. Reserve was Gonnet again on Cow Smarts owned by Ron Patton earning $832.

Marion Sapergia and Noon Date.

In the 4-year-old Non-Pro SS, Marion Sapergia secured the championship aboard Noon Date, earning, $1,658 for herself. Larry Sands garnered reserve championship aboard My Own Socks.

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In the 4-year-old Non-Pro OTW, Carl Gerwien won the championship aboard Smooth As A Cat, and Scott Wardley came second with Hay Rey.

Dustin Gonnet and Christinas Blue.

In the Open 5/6-year-old Dustin Gonnet rode Christinas Blue to the championship earning $1,570 for owner Ron Patton. Reserve was My Own Badger, owned by Harvey Giese and ridden by Lorne Christianson. Reserve paid $806.

In the Non-Pro 5/6-year-old rider Danny Jones took home $1,570 for his win on Sweet Little Gal. Reserve was Rob Leman on Lizzys Play Girl earning $1,273.

Danny Jones on Sweet Little Gal.

Matt Anderson aboard Whata Bout Trona took home the championship in the Non-Pro 7-up, earning $1,398. Don Smith enjoyed a good show with a reserve placing in the same class on Genuine Docs Jessie, earning $1,134.

Matt Anderson and Whata Bout Trona.

The Super Stakes show also features a Pro & Non-Pro/Amateur class where an open rider rides in one class, a non-pro or amateur in the next, with a finals feature. This year’s champion team was trainer Dustin Gonnet and non-pro Wayne Meakin, riding Dandy Lil Freck. The winning pair earned $1,132. Adding to his roster of fine finishes at the show Dustin Gonnet also picked up reserve in the class, with partner Al Gerla, on Gerla’s My Own San Lena.

Wayne Meakin on Dandy Lil Freck.