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WPSS Non Pro Yearling Longe Line DOUBLES in Size From Last Year- $5,000 Champion is Stanley Scott/Come N At Ya Blue

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Stanley Scott with Come N At Ya Blue

By: Brittany Bevis

The first of the 2018 Western Pleasure Super Sires classes at the Tom Powers Triple Challenge Futurity took place yesterday, and reports indicate that the number of entries nearly doubled over last year’s event.

Taking the top spot in Non-Pro Yearling Longe Line was Stanley Scott with Come N At Ya Blue, a stallion by VS Code Blue and out of Come N At Ya Hott. The pair received a winner’s check for $5,000 for their efforts. Coming in Reserve was Nancy Wilkerson with How Do You Figer, a mare by How Bout This Cowboy and out of Go Figer. They received $4,056.

Nancy Wilkerson with How Do You Figer

Third place was Kurt Heling with a mare named Itsonlyrockandroll, by Good I Will Be and out of JDZ Madison County. They received a check for $2,964. Fourth place was Terry Robinson for Dennis Robinson with Shez Pebbles, a mare by The Rock and out of Aint She A Flert. They received $2,028. Fifth was Chelsea Eno with This Dollys Rockin, a mare by The Rock and out of Invite DEstiny. They received $1,560.

Sixth was Daniel Liebsch with Can You Fix It, a mare by The Mechanic and out of Zippos Heaven Sent. They received $1,404. Seventh was Mark Albright with This Is Your Nite, a gelding by Nite Moves and out of Gabriella Good Bar. They received $1,248. Tying for ninth place was Jan Pittman with All Eyezs On Me, a mare by VS Code Blue and out of Simply Fluid. They received a check for $936. The other ninth place team was Rod Jeffries with The Boombox Blues, a gelding by VS Code Blue and out of Oh Goody Im Hot. They received $780. Tenth was Elizabeth Nordquist with NB The Good Girl, a mare by VS Code Blue and out of Simplysomethingelse. They received $624.

In total, the class paid out a whopping $20,600. The stallion that sired the winning entry was VS Code Blue, who also happened to be the stallion with the most offspring in the class at four.

Stay tuned to EquineChronicle.com for results from the WPSS Western Pleasure events later today. Scroll below for more fantastic shots, courtesy of Courtsey Promotions for WPSS.