2014 Farnam Superhorse Crowned
During the past week, the top exhibitors and horses from around the world have competed at the 2014 AQHA World Championship Show at State Fair Park in Oklahoma City.
The 2014 Farnam Superhorse Award is the top honor at the AQHA World Show. It is awarded to the horse that earns the most points in three or more events in two categories during the show. This year, 49 contenders competed for the Farnam Superhorse Award.
Twisters Enola Rey was crowned the 2014 Farnam Superhorse on November 22. The 2009 sorrel gelding, who is by Dual Rey and out of Twisters Enola Gay, was shown by owner and breeder AQHA Professional Horseman C.R. Bradley of Collinsville, Texas. The pair earned 33 points, earning the world championship title in junior tie-down roping and reserve championship title in junior heeling.
The Farnam Superhorse receives $25,000, plus $2,000 of Farnam product, a WeatherBeeta blanket, an original Lisa Perry bronze and a rose bouquet.
The Reserve Farnam Superhorse was Dirty Sexy Money, owned by Janet and Kent Martin of Wells, Texas. The 2007 gray gelding, who is by Sheiks Big Leaguer and out of Fight Over Emmie, was bred by Melissa Ann Miller of Belton, Texas.
Dirty Sexy Money was shown in three classes by AQHA Professional Horseman Chuck Briggs of Azle, Texas; Virginia Beaton of Middleport New York; and Brian Homes of Purcell, Oklahoma. The team earned 26 points. Dirty Sexy Money won the reserve championship title in senior working hunter and placed fifth in senior hunter hack and senior pleasure driving.
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