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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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.