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2021 Farnam AQHA Superhorse Crowned


During the past three weeks, the top exhibitors and horses have been competing at the 2021 Farnam AQHA World Championship Show; AQHA Select World Championship Show, presented by Adequan® (polysulfated glycosaminoglycan); Adequan® Level 2 Championships; and Nutrena Level 1 Championships. The 2021 Farnam Superhorse Award is the top honor at the Farnam AQHA World. The Farnam Superhorse title is awarded to the horse that earns the most points in three or more Level 3 open events in three categories during the show.

The 2021 Farnam AQHA Superhorse is Snap It Send It owned by Kent Ray Taylor of Mesa, Arizona. The 2016 gray mare, by VS Code Red and out of Snap Crackle Pop, was bred by Twylla Lynn Brown from Perry, Missouri. Snap It Send It earned 29 points and was shown by AQHA Professional Horseman Blake Weis of Pilot Point, Texas. Snap It Send It won the world champion title in junior trail, placed fourth in performance halter mares, eighth in junior western riding and was a finalist in junior western pleasure. Snap It Send It received a trailer, courtesy of Sundowner Trailers, an original Lisa Perry bronze and rose bouquet.

The 2021 Reserve Farnam AQHA Superhorse Hot Lopin Lily, owned by Caroline Cavallo of Gillespie, Illinois. The 2017 bay mare, by RL Best Of Sudden and out of Shes A Lopin Machine, was bred by Twylla Lynn Brown from Perry, Missouri. Hot Lopin Lily earned 29 points and was shown by AQHA Professional Horseman Blake Weis of Pilot Point, Texas. Hot Lopin Lily was the reserve world champion in junior trail and junior western riding and placed ninth in performance halter mares. The reserve Farnam Superhorse receives a prize package that includes $10,000.

Placing third is Hez Blazin Trouble, owned by Bonnie Sheren of Studio City, California. The 2015 sorrel gelding, by RL Best Of Sudden and out of Troubles A Blazin, was bred by Stanley and Susan Scott of Ocala, Florida. Hez Blazin Trouble earned 25.5 points and was shown by AQHA Professional Horseman Jason Martin from Pilot Point, Texas. Hez Blazin Trouble won the reserve world championship title in senior western riding, placed third in performance halter geldings, placed ninth in senior trail and was a finalist in senior western pleasure.

Placing fourth is DGS Dont Tell Tales, owned by Pam Stubbs of Scottsdale, Arizona. The 2013 bay gelding, by PR Tells A Tale and out of Skys Blue Blood, was bred by Robin Degraff of Port Clinton, Ohio. DGS Dont Tell Tales earned 25 points and was shown by owner Pam Stubbs; AQHA Professional Horsewoman Lainie DeBoer of Forest Lake, Minnesota; and AQHA Professional Horseman Jerry Erickson of Whitesboro, Texas. DGS Dont Tell Tales won the world champion titles in senior working hunter and senior hunter hack and placed seventh in senior pleasure driving.

Placing fifth is Heza Radical Zip, owned by Bonnie Sheren of Studio City, California. The 2005 bay gelding, by Radical Rodder and out of Sonnys Last Zip, was bred by Olivia Hoecker of Reddick, Florida. Heza Radical Zip earned 22 points and was shown by AQHA Professional Horseman Jason Martin from Pilot Point, Texas; AQHA Professional Horsewoman Ashley Dunbar-Clock from Pilot Point, Texas; and Charlie Bussieres from Nueville, Quebec. Heza Radical Zip won the world championship title in senior western riding and was a finalist in senior western pleasure, senior trail and aged geldings.

The third- through fifth-place Farnam AQHA Superhorses each receive $2,500.

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