2016 Farnam Superhorse Crowned at Lucas Oil AQHA World Show
The little gray mare does it again, but this time, Snap Krackle Pop adds the achievement of being the first mare to win multiple Farnam Superhorse titles.
Snap Krackle Pop, owned by Twylla Lynn Brown of Perry, Missouri, was crowned the 2016 Farnam Superhorse. Journal photo
Champions were crowned, and dreams came true at the 2016 Lucas Oil AQHA World Championship Show. From roping to halter to ranch riding, the Jim Norick Arena was host to a myriad of classes over the course of the two-week-long show.
The 2016 Farnam Superhorse Award is the top honor at the Lucas Oil World. It is awarded to the horse that earns the most points in three or more Level 3 events in three categories during the show.
This year, 26 contenders competed for the Farnam Superhorse Award. A Superhorse has not earned a back-to-back title in 15 years, but the 2016 winner broke that streak and is also the first mare to win multiple Superhorse titles.
On November 16, Snap Krackle Pop, owned by Twylla Lynn Brown of Perry, Missouri, was crowned the 2016 Farnam Superhorse. The 2010 gray mare by RL Best Of Sudden and out of Brandys Silver Sheik was bred by Masterson Farms LLC of Somerville, Tennessee.
Snap Krackle Pop was shown by AQHA Professional Horsemen Kendra and Blake Weis of Moberly, Missouri. The team earned a total of 34 points. Snap Krackle Pop won the reserve world champion title in senior western riding, placed fifth in senior western pleasure, seventh in senior trail and 10th in performance halter mares.
“Brandi” and her connections received $25,000, plus $2,000 of Farnam product, an original Lisa Perry bronze and a rose bouquet.
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