Austin Shepard walked out of James Brown Arena with another memory to add to his collection. The Summerdale, Ala., cutter rung up a score of 222 on Paradox Cat to win the Futurity Open finals Saturday night.
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Page Bowman made the most of her three chances to win the Classic Non-Pro finals Friday night.
Former Pittsburgh Steeler great and Pro Football Hall of Famer Mel Blount showed two cutting horses in the Augusta Futurity on Friday and advanced one to Saturday night's Futurity Non-Pro finals.
Barnwell Ramsey finally won at his favorite cutting event. On Mia Sugar Baby, Ramsey marked 216 early in the competition and held on to win the Futurity Non-Pro finals by a point at James Brown Arena.
Blake Graham competed in the Augusta Futurity earlier in the week, returned to East Laurens Middle School in Dublin, Ga,, and then hurried back Friday afternoon to Augusta.
Aboard TGI Playtime, Skip Queen marked the highest score of the show this week - 228 - to claim the Classic Open finals Friday night at James Brown Arena.
With a win today, the Paine College men will match the school's longest winning streak, a 12-game campaign believed to be the record set during the 1984-85 season when the school was NAIA.
After struggling in two other events, Jordan Vaughn and Wild Haired Fitz found success in the Unlimited Amateur 4-Year-Old finals at James Brown Arena. The pair marked 213.5 to claim the event by 2.5 points.
Blakley Colgrove is a year older, wears braces and continues to do what she does best - win in Augusta.