NRHA: Third successive title for Morey Fisk

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Morey Fisk has won his third consecutive title at the NRHA European Futurity event held at the Kreuth Arena. The Canadian was riding Arc Walla Dun Did It to take the win in the Open L 4 Champion category in front of 4.000 spectators and with a points score of 223.5.
Let’s now take an in-depth look at the champion and in particular his top performer after their triumph. Arc Walla Dun Did It (Walla Walla Whiz x Dainty Dun It x Hollywood Dun It) is owned by Inge Magnusson from Sweden. However, the performer was raised in the United States by Italian Andrea Fappani who is settled in the country where he manages his own ranch: Fappani Performance Horses. Fappani raised Arc Walla Dun Did It at his ranch and even won last year’s Open Congress Futurity Champion category with the horse.
Arc Walla Dun Did It has only recently teamed up with Fisk which makes their triumph even more impressive. Arc Walla Dun Did It’s success with Fisk is the latest of a long list of titles. The performer has won around 54,410$ dollars in prize money so far which doesn’t take into account the latest earnings of 45,685$ from the NRHA event.
Second place meanwhile was taken by another Canadian in the form of Duane Latimer with Gotta Niffy Gun (Dun It Gotta Gun x Custom Nifty Nic x Custom Crome) who belongs to Luga Quarter Horses of Giovanni Lugarà.
Please see the rest of the results from the other categories at the NRHA event below.
Level 3 Open Co-Champions
With an equal points score of 215, Sylvia Rzepka (AUT) on Start A Revolution (Einsteins Revolution x Plenty Of Rest x Custom Crome) and Guy Zemah (ISR) on Walla Whiz Keen (Walla Walla Whiz x Keen Little Katie x Tejons Little Johnny) shared the title and prize money of $15,037.
Level 1 and 2 Open Champions
Susanne Schnell (GER) and Dunits Finest Stop (Footworks Finest x Smart Katy Rio x Ill Be Smart) finished with a points score of 212, which was good enough for the L1 and L2 Open Champions title. The German rider took home $14,372 in prize money.
In the L2 category meanwhile, Julia Schumacher (GER) with Coeurs Little Tyke and Giovanni Masi De Vargas (ITA) with Saturday Whiz both shared the title with a points score of 211.5.
There was also a win for Italy as Claudio Risso on his 4 year-old gelding RS Knockout Olena (Spat Olena x Boogie Bar Linda x Boggie Mania) came out on top in the KL Performance Horses Non Pro Level 4 category with a score of 217.5.
source: NRHA European Futurity Media
For all the results and latest Equestrian World, please see the following link: www.europeanfuturity.com

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