Flo Like A Cat won the PCCHA Futurity with 222 points to earn $28,879, the biggest single check from the 11-day PCCHA Futurity & Stakes, which concluded on Sunday, November 1 in Paso, Robles. The 3-year-old Cats Merada daughter, ridden by Tim Smith for Bill Banner, Galt, CA, had been an open finalist with Smith (7th) at the recent South Point Futurity.

Dont Look Twice scored 227 points for a big win and $26,090 in the Open Cutting Stakes under Phil Rapp. This was the fifth major open championship win for the High Brow Cat daughter, owned by Waco Bend Ranch, Graham, TX.

Rapp also placed ninth in the PCCHA Futurity on Waco Bend Ranch’s Iced Out, by Smooth As A Cat, who came to Paso Robles off of back-to-back championship wins at the Brazos Bash and the South Point Futurity.

Rapp placed with five mounts in the PCCHA Classic/Challenge, including reserve champion ARC Catty Dual, and earned a total of nearly $60,000, the biggest individual haul from the show.

Cats Quixote Jack wrapped up his limited age event career with 227 points and a seventh championship win, under Kory Pounds in the PCCHA Classic/Challenge. The High Brow Cat son, owned by Michelle Anderson, has earned over $275,000 during his career.

In the non-pro divisions, Dustin Adams on WSR Clays Freckles; Gary Barker with Hoo Rey For Dreams; and Bonnie Martin on Rubys Royal CD won the Futurity, Cutting Stakes, and Classic/Challenge, respectively.

Adams, whose wife, Deena, was reserve champion of the Non-Pro Futurity, qualified five horses in the three divisions; Martin qualified three, one of which, Pure Redwhiteandblue, she also showed in the Non-Pro Gelding Stakes finals.

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