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Father enjoys son's helping hand
Web-posted 01/27/10
Austin Shepard had his hands full getting his horses ready for the Classic Open first go-round Sunday. That's when his 8-year-old son, Cade, stepped into help. Aboard Playin Witha Cat, Austin Shepard marked 215 to add to his earlier 220 and qualify for the finals.
Virginian makes most of first run
Web-posted 01/27/10
The extremely busy Glade Knight flew into town for just two runs in the Augusta Futurity. He made his trip worthwhile after his first one Tuesday afternoon. Knight and Playin N Fancy Smart scored 221 to tie for second place in the Classic Non-Pro first go-round.
Classic Non-Pro Go-Round #1
Web-posted 01/27/10
Results are listed by score, rider, rider's hometown, horse, and money
$50,000 Non-Pro Any Age Go-Round #1
Web-posted 01/27/10
Working orders are listed by working order, rider name, rider's hometown, and horse name
Classic Open Go-Round #2
Web-posted 01/27/10
Results are listed by score, rider, rider's hometown, horse, and money
Futurity Open Go-Round #2
Web-posted 01/27/10
Working orders are listed by working order, rider name, rider's hometown, and horse name.
First go-round victory helps validate Smooth O 'Toole
Web-posted 01/26/10
Jason Clark was unsure whether Smooth O'Toole's performance last month was valid. He got his answer Monday.Clark and Smooth O'Toole marked 219 to win the first go-round of the Futurity Open at James Brown Arena.
Futurity Open First Go Round
Web-posted 01/26/10
Results are listed by score, rider, rider's hometown, horse, and money
Classic Non-Pro Go Round #1
Web-posted 01/26/10
Working orders are listed by working order, rider name, rider's hometown, and horse name
Classic Go Round #2 Working Orders
Web-posted 01/26/10
Working orders are listed by working order, rider name, rider's hometown, and horse name
Holcombe's poise pays off at Futurity
Web-posted 01/25/10
Standing in the Georgia clay Sunday, Seth E. Holcombe was just as cool and collected as he was when he was aboard his horse.
Galyean takes Classic Open first go-round
Web-posted 01/25/10
Wearing a black jacket with the words "Spots Hot" on the back, Wesley Galyean proved Sunday he has another quality horse.
Results and working orders
Web-posted 01/25/10
Working orders are listed by working order, rider name, rider's hometown, and horse name
Cutting is a relaxing outlet when lawyer takes a break
Web-posted 01/24/10
If Julie Beasley had her way, To Kill A Mockingbird would be required reading for Alabama lawyers.
$100,000 Amateur 4-Year-Old #1
Web-posted 01/24/10
Results are listed by score, rider, rider's hometown, horse, and money
$100,000 Amateur 4-Year-Old Finals working order
Web-posted 01/24/10
Working orders are listed by working order, rider name, rider's hometown, and horse name
Classic Open Go Round working order
Web-posted 01/24/10
Working orders are listed by working order, rider name, rider's hometown, and horse name
Win recorded by Venezuelan
Web-posted 01/23/10
Luis De Armas' long day ended in fine fashion. After winning the morning go-round of the $100,000 Amateur for 5/6-Year-Olds, the first-time Augusta Futurity competitor capped off his evening with another special run.
Girl pockets victory on keeper
Web-posted 01/23/10
Ricky Pardue said they were looking for a horse last summer. Nicole Sutton said she was just riding horses. No matter what really happened, Sutton found her a mare, a keeper. Sutton continued to spoil Teninos Little Rebel following their winning run in the Area 18 Youth Scholarship finals.
$100,000 Amateur 5/6-Year-Old Finals
Web-posted 01/23/10
Results are listed by score, rider, rider's hometown, horse, and money
$100,000 Amateur 4-Year-Old Go Round #1
Web-posted 01/23/10
Working orders are listed by working order, rider name, rider's hometown, and horse name
Area 18 Youth Scholarship Finals
Web-posted 01/23/10
Results are listed by score, rider, rider's hometown, horse, and money
Rapp hopes to add to his record haul
Web-posted 01/22/10
Phil Rapp's won everything he can in the Augusta Futurity.
Futurity schedule
Web-posted 01/22/10
Morning events begin at 9. All events held at James Brown Arena, unless noted.
All-time champions
Web-posted 01/22/10
All-time Augusta Futurity champions.
Futurity Non-Pro Champs
Web-posted 01/22/10
Futurity Non-Pro Champs from 1980 to 2009.
2009 Augusta Futurity Champions
Web-posted 01/22/10
2009 Augusta Futurity Champions
Futurity Open Champions
Web-posted 01/22/10
Futurity Open Champions from 1980 to 2009.
Look of a winner
Web-posted 01/22/10
Brett Davis, riding Grandpaws Playgirl, posted one of the top marks last year with a score of 223 to win the Classic Open finals at the 2009 Augusta Futurity. The horse is owned by Leon Lewis.
Classic Non-Pro Champions
Web-posted 01/22/10
Classic Non-Pro Champions from 1985 to 2009.
Classic Open champions
Web-posted 01/22/10
Classic Open champions from 1985 to 2009
Making their mark
Web-posted 01/22/10
Futurity judges have the arduous task of sitting in the Baker Tower about 10 feet above the red clay, watching run after run.
Champions club list
Web-posted 01/22/10
A list of Champions Club members
Area 18 Youth Scholarship Finals
Web-posted 01/22/10
Working orders are listed by working order, rider name, rider's hometown, and horse name
$100,000 Amateur 5/6-Year-Old Go Round #1
Web-posted 01/22/10
Working orders are listed by working order, rider name, rider's hometown, and horse name.
Event's first weekend offers plenty of action
Web-posted 01/18/10
The Augusta Futurity hits the ground running Friday in what will be a busy beginning to the 31st edition of the show.
Event to strive to be best ever
Web-posted 01/05/10
The 31st annual Augusta Futurity will be the best one yet, show chairman William S. Morris III promised Monday.
Still on a roll in the Garden City
Web-posted 02/02/09
Every time Phil and Mary Ann Rapp return to Augusta, they always make time for their favorite Broad Street restaurant.
Rapp's strong run nabs another title
Web-posted 02/01/09
Phil Rapp punched the air with his right fist and later gave his horse a kiss.
Brooks earns first victory in Augusta
Web-posted 02/01/09
Kix Brooks couldn't be with his wife, Barbara, on Saturday evening. The country superstar, one half of Brooks & Dunn, was en route to an AC/DC concert.
Futurity Non-Pro Finals
Web-posted 02/01/09
Results are listed by score, rider, rider's hometown, horse, and money
Veteran wins first Champions event
Web-posted 01/31/09
Before competing in the inaugural Champions Challenge, Austin Shepard decided to switch up horses. It's a move he wouldn't regret Friday evening.
Texan sets standard for females after ride
Web-posted 01/31/09
As soon as her run ended, Elizabeth Queen lifted her left hand into the air. She knew.
Rider gets aggressive in her charge to top
Web-posted 01/31/09
Before coming to the Augusta Futurity, Kelle Earnheart departed Texas to visit her family in Mississippi for a few days.
Futurity Open Finals
Web-posted 01/31/09
Working orders are listed by working order, rider name, rider's hometown, and horse name
Texan's second chance pays off
Web-posted 01/30/09
Brett Davis and Grandpaws Playgirl averted disaster earlier in the week and made the most of their second chance.
Couple still having 'fun' in Augusta
Web-posted 01/30/09
After a recent bit of bad luck, Elizabeth Queen finally got a good draw Thursday night.
Rider has another shot to impress at 'his show'
Web-posted 01/30/09
Growing up on a farm, Kirkland Gruber's special time came every weekend.
Futurity Non-Pro Go Round #2
Web-posted 01/30/09
Working orders are listed by working order, rider name, rider's hometown, and horse name
23 qualify for Futurity Open finals
Web-posted 01/29/09
John Wold says his horse is not just smart, it's "scary smart."
Rider survives late draw again
Web-posted 01/29/09
When Elizabeth Queen saw her draw for the Classic Non-Pro second go-round, she immediately thought the worst.
Cowboys cut a rug
Web-posted 01/29/09
As if playing the violin isn't hard enough, Chris Denham of the band Coaltrain does it while riding the mechanical bull during the Futurity Dance at the Country Club on Washington Road.
Futurity Non-Pro Go Round #1
Web-posted 01/29/09
Futurity Non-Pro Go Round #1
Trainer takes big step toward title
Web-posted 01/28/09
Of all the big shows he's attended through the years, famed trainer Matt Gaines has yet to win Futurity Open titles at just two of them.
Rapp now believes in gelding
Web-posted 01/28/09
Mary Ann Rapp wasn't sold on the idea when her husband wanted to purchase a new horse three years ago.
Futurity Open Go Round #1
Web-posted 01/28/09
Futurity Open Go Round #1
Futurity Open Go Round #2
Web-posted 01/28/09
Futurity Open Go Round #2
Classic Non-Pro Go Round #1
Web-posted 01/28/09
Classic Non-Pro Go Round #1
Classic Non-Pro Go Round #2
Web-posted 01/28/09
Classic Non-Pro Go Round #2


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