Constance Jaeggi and Dual Clay scored 222 points to win the 2020 PCCHA Holy Cow Performance Horses Futurity Non-Pro Cutting Stakes and $9,113 on October 8, in Las Vegas. Cody Hedlund and Luv The Way U Lie posted 219 points for reserve and $7,500, while Kathleen Moore and KR Isadorable earned third place and $6,0000 with 218 points.
This was the second win and seventh 4-year-old finals performance for Dual Clay LTE $88,737, owned by J Five Horse Ranch of Weatherford, Tex. The Dual Rey daughter, bred by Rick Beck, Hemet, Calif., won the Open championship with Grant Setnicka at last month’s Brazos Bash, and placed fourth with him in the Open Cutting Stakes at this show. She was also Open reserve champion of the Idaho Futurity. Her dam, Play Like Clay, by Freckles Playboy, was an Open finalist at the NCHA Futurity and Super Stakes under Lindy Burch, and has produced seven earners of $207,800, including Metallic Player LTE $76,291, fourth-placed Open finalist in the 2014 PCCHA 3-Year-Old Futurity with Phil Hanson and Who Dat Kitty LTE $29,608, 2014 NCHA Derby Amateur Unlimited champion with Taylor Carbo.
Constance Jaeggi, the NCHA Non-Pro Hall of Fame earner of $727,160, was NCHA Non-Pro World Champion riding 2014 Non-Pro Horse of the Year Saguaro Ichi, and was owner of 2016 NCHA Open Horse of the Year Ichis My Choice, also shown by Setnicka.
National Cutting Horse Associaiton
by Sally Harrison
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