Mary Ann Rapp.

Mary Ann Rapp of Weatherford, Texas, marked 222 on Im Reydioactive to win the Non-Pro division of the Mercuria NCHA World Series of Cutting at the Augusta Futurity on January 21. The $7,600 paycheck took Im Reydioactive’s career earnings over the $100,000 mark.

Rapp, an NCHA Non-Pro Hall of Fame inductee with $4.4 million in earnings, was scoring her second Mercuria World Series win. She topped the Battle in the Saddle with Toy Engine in 2012.

Top qualifier Lindy Ashlock marked 220 on Little Miss One Time to place second.

Rapp’s previous wins at Augusta include Non-Pro Futurity victories in 2001 with CD Light and in 2003 with Moody Blue Boon. Her major wins include the NCHA Futurity, NCHA Super Stakes and Super Stakes Classic.

Im Reydioactive is a 7-year-old gelding bred by Kim Ezell by Dual Rey out of Kaboomsmall. He was shown through his limited age career by Kristen and Wesley Galyean, including a string of Non-Pro finals at NCHA Triple Crown events in Fort Worth.

Mercuria NCHA World Series at Augusta Futurity Non-Pro
221.5 Im Reydioactive Mary Ann Rapp Phil & Mary Ann Rapp $7,600
220.0 Little Miss One Time Lindy Ashlock Wes & Lindy Ashlock $6,617
217.5 Big Daddys CD Page Bowman Mike & Libby Bowman $5,634
217.0 Harley Kristen Galyean Wes & Kristen Galyean $4,650
216.5 Acatbequick Joe Howard Williamson Joe Howard Williamson $3,667
215.0 Smart Whittle Margie Madalyn Colgrove Blakley Colgrove $2,683
214.0 Reyvelation Christina Cox Lloyd Cox $1,700
212.0 Cat Black I Denise Seiz Charlie & Denise Seiz $1,700
211.0 Checking The Cats Charles Israel Charles Israel $1,700
196.0 Hard Eight BBQ Cameron Thompson Maben & Julie Thompson $1,700
0.0 Some Kinda Highbrow Cade Shepard Austin & Stacy Shepard $1,700