Metallic Made for Non-Pro Limited champion Chalmers

April 14th, 2019
Alannah Chalmers on Metallic Made. Ted Petit Photography.

Alannah Chalmers, Weatherford, Tex., and her Metallic Cat daughter, Metallic Made LTE $13,482, scored 221 points on Saturday, April 13, to win the 2019 NCHA Kit Kat Sugar Super Stakes Limited Non-Pro championship. Scott Chartier, Weatherford, Tex., claimed the reserve championship with 218.5 points on Pharrell LTE $17,973, by High Brow Cat, while Jennifer Foland and Jaylee Brown, both of Weatherford, tied for third with 218 points. Foland was riding 2019 Super Stakes Open champion Hiss N Vinegar LTE $157,119, by Dual Smart Rey, and Brown was riding One Time Legend LTE $37,476, by One Time Pepto.

Alannah Chalmers, the NCHA earner of $160,276, was a 2019 NCHA Futurity Non-Pro Semi-Finalist riding Metallic Made, a three-quarter sister to JJS Catless Merada LTE $172,422, by Cats Merada. Although this is Chalmers’ first limited age event championship win, she has previously been close. In 2016, she was reserve champion of the NCHA Super Stakes Classic Non-Pro and placed fifth in the Non-Pro Limited on Smooth Very Smooth LTE $68,011, by Smooth As A Cat. In 2017, she showed Toy Cats LTE $61,735, by Smooth As A Cat, to place seventh in the NCHA Super Stakes Non-Pro; also in 2017, she showed Sixes Boon, by Boon Too Suen, to place seventh in the Super Stakes Non-Pro Limited.

Scott Chartier on Pharrell. Ted Petit Photography.

Prior to the 2019 NCHA Super Stakes Non-Pro Limited, where he earned $8,160 as reserve champion, Scott Chartier claimed his single richest limited age event checks riding Halreyzn Swinger LTE $82,972, by Halreycious as reserve champion of the 2016 Non-Pro Cutting Classic and as a finalist in the 2016 NCHA Classic Challenge Non-Pro. In 2018, Chartier, the NCHA earner of $105,556, showed Pharrell as a finalist in the NCHA Futurity Non-Pro Limited, and also as an NCHA Futurity Non-Pro Semi-Finalist.

Jennifer Foland, the NCHA earner of $342,164, won the 2010 NCHA Super Stakes Non-Pro riding Shes Twice As Smooth LTE $191,734, by Smooth As A Cat and placed sixth in the 2016 Super Stakes Non-Pro aboard Hisstereya LTE $131,924, a three-quarter sister, by Dual Rey, to Hiss N Vinegar. She also placed in the 2012 NCHA Super Stakes Classic Non-Pro Limited riding Shes Twice As Smooth, as well as Cat Nasty LTE $68,102, by Cat T Masterson.

Hiss N Vinegar, bred by Jeffrey and Jennifer Foland, was shown by Phil Hanson to win the NCHA Super Stakes Open championship, and to place seventh in the NCHA Futurity Open Finals.

Jaylee Brown, the NCHA earner of $154,671, showed One Time Legend LTE $29,554 to win the 2019 Abilene Spectacular Non-Pro championship, and also claimed second-place money in the Bonanza Non-Pro Limited. Between 2014, when she was 16, and 2016, Jaylee showed High Brow CD Deuce, by High Brow CD, to earn over $127,000, as an amateur and non-pro limited event finalist.

One Time Legend was also shown by Ty Brown to place fourth in the 2018 NCHA Futurity Open Limited Finals and as an Open Semi-Finalist.