Tee Aune claimed the top spot of the Youth Limited class during the National Reined Cow Horse Association Hackamore Classic, held at the Colorado State Fairgrounds in Pueblo, Colorado.
Aune and Broadway Moonshine marked 139 in the rein work and 140 in the cow work for a total score of 279. Aune took home a check for $306. Broadway Moonshine, by Wallawalla Moonshine out of Broadway Margie, is owned by Amy Aune.
Skylar Smith and Ill Be Tuckered were the Youth Limited Reserve Champions, winning $204. Ill Be Tuckered, owned by Cheryl Smith, is by Ill Be Smart out of Ginger Tucker.
The National Reined Cow Horse Association, now in its 62nd year, is the governing body of cow horse competition, is responsible for promoting the sport, insuring high standards of competition and educating members and the public about the history and tradition of the cow horse. Through the support of a Corporate Partner family that includes Bob's Custom Saddles, Cinch, Classic Equine, Gist Silversmiths, John Deere, Markel Insurance Company, Platinum Performance, Quarter Horse News, Rios of Mercedes, Santa Cruz Biotechnologies, the Silver Legacy Hotel and Casino, and Merial products UlcerGard and EQUIOXX, the association works to keep the vaquero tradition alive in today's equine industry. For information on the National Reined Cow Horse Association, call 580-759-4949 or visit the NRCHA Official Web Site at www.nrcha.com.
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