Author: NCHA Press Release
Dustin Adams, Springtown, Tex., with 219 points, topped Friday, the first day of Non-Pro/Non-Pro Limited first go-round, in the 2018 North Texas Chevy Dealers NCHA Futurity, presented by Great American Insurance. Chad Bushaw and Kelsey Johnson, from Weatherford, Tex., tied with 218 points. All three riders are entered in the Non-Pro division.
Adams, the NCHA Non-Pro Hall of Fame earner of $3,860,889, was aboard Hot Sriracha, a Hottish daughter out of Catsa Dreamin ($51,481), producer of six NCHA earners of $121,391. Catsa Dreamin is a full sister to Cats In Ya Dreams ($268,895), by High Brow Cat.
In 2005, Adams was reserve champion of the NCHA Futurity Non-Pro riding The Doctress Orders. He also showed the Dual Rey daughter to win the 2010 Breeders Invitational. The Doctress Orders’s daughter, The Cat Doctress, by High Brow Cat, qualified earlier this week for the NCHA Futurity Open Semi-Finals, under Geoffrey Sheehan for Beechfork Ranch.
Chad Bushaw, the NCHA Non-Pro Hall of Fame earner of $3,431,714, won last year’s NCHA Futurity Non-Pro with 225 points riding Bittersweet, who also carried him to win this year’s NCHA Super Stakes and Breeders Invitational Non-Pro championships. Bushaw also won the NCHA Futurity in 2001 with Jerryoes, by Smart Little Jerry.
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