Hall of Fame rider Zeke Entz and High Brow Doll (P) marked 225 for a five-point win in the Mercuria NCHA World Series of Cutting Open finals at the All American Quarter Horse Congress this evening. Entz marked the third high score of 220 going into the finals, but his 225 in the second round gave him the lead over Randy Chartier on My Gal Wood, with a 220.
High Brow Doll is a 10-year-old gelding by all-time leading sire High Brow Cat, bred by six-time NFL All-Pro defensive back Mel Blount. He has been a finalist in more than two dozen major events, including the World Series at Congress two years ago. The $13,000 win will take High Brow Doll’s earnings over$184,000.
High Brow Doll is owned by Ricky Brown of Warrenton, Virginia.
Zeke Entz is a Hall of Fame rider with $1.1 million in NCHA earnings. He’s won two championships at the All American Quarter Horse Congress, and has also won at the NCHA Eastern Nationals, the Southern Futurity, and the State of Missouri Futurity.