Amarillo, Texas isn’t Mount Olympus, but it was close enough for Dont Look Twice, whose 227.5-point win in the West Texas Classic places her second only to Little Badger Dulce, cutting’s all-time leader in open limited age event wins. It was also the High Brow Cat daughter’s second West Texas win – she was champion of the Derby in 2009

Trained and shown by Phil Rapp for Waco Bend Ranch, Fort Worth, Tex., 6-year-old Dont Look Twice, has won 12 major open limited age events (Little Badger Dulce holds the record with 14), as well as the 2009 AQHA Junior World championship and two NCHA Mercuria World Series championships.

“She’s been a gift from God,” said Rapp, who bred Dont Look Twice and showed her first three dams, including Tap Olena, winner of 15 open and non-pro limited age events and over $450,000.

As High Brow Cat’s leading money earning daughter, Dont Look Twice has NCHA earnings of more than $555,00o with her West Texas win, which places her 13th among all-time NCHA money earners, as well as fourth among all-time money earning mares.

Smooth Asa Zee, shown by John Mitchell for Slate River Ranch, and Reys Desire, with Lee Francois for Woody Bartlett, each scored 224.5 points to share honors as co-reserve champions of the West Texas Classic.

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