JANUARY 23-25, 2020
Will Rogers Coliseum
3401 W Lancaster Ave.
Fort Worth, TX 76107


Thank you Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo. And thank you to everyone who attended the sold out event. Congratulations to all the adult and youth trainers and a special congratulations to all the new owners of a mustang. Hope to see you again next year.

Adult Division Champion – Bobby Kerr & Call

Adult Division Results 

Adult Handling & Conditioning Class Results >>

Adult Trail Class Results >>

Adult Mustang Maneuvers Class Results >>

Adult Class Results >>

Adult Top 10 Performance Results >>

Adult Auction Results >>

Youth Division Champion – Cat Zimmerman & Dakota

Youth Division Results

Youth Handling & Conditioning Class Results >>

Youth Trail Class Results >>

Youth Freestyle Class Results >>

Youth Overall Results >>




Night Magnum

Shoma Keenon
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Steven Cox
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Tessa Daigh
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Bobby Kerr
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Secret Agent Man

Craig Moore
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Cecil Cornell
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Storm Cloud

Dale Lackey
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Two Step Toby

Emma Lyster
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Jessie Yniguez
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Lady Lily

Martin Rodriguez
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Ricky Piggott
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Lee Hart
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Lauren Herr
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Sharla Wilson
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Ryan Coaxum
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Geoffrey Geick
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Two Socks

Esmeralda Geick
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Smart Lil Mist

Aaron England
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Touch of Faith

Allyssa Rennebu
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Amber Espinoza
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Angelica Bloomfield
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Moon River

Camille McCutchon
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Don’t Take For Granite

Corie Moore
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Damon Mayfield
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Dan James
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Dominique Wood
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GTs Pathway to Success

Grace Thompson
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Isidro Espinoza
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Jeff Cook
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Apple Martini

Jen Bramlett
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DJR Royale Jester

Jen Lyon
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Juliet Garcia
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Justin Sorensen
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Grace’s Touch Of Wild

Kaidyn Lopez
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Impulse Kiss

Kristi Breickler
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Luke Rock
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Top Pick

Maclayne Chlarson
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Henry Werder

Miriam Pleiss
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Greg Reynolds
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Deo Volente

Jacqueline Zacharias
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Kelsey Spencer
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Matt Zimmerman
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Morgan Marrese
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Nate Eicher
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Nikki Tiesing
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Night Fury

Patrick Sullivan
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Rachel Alonzo
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Riva England
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Robyn Forner
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King of the Road

Rod Mayes
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Sam VanFleet
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Samantha Rock
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Sid Zacharias
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Staci Barnes
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Smooth Black Velvet

Aleena McDonald
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Lil Jo Chex

Brad Dozier
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Dawson Ives
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Princess Adora

Kate Atkinson
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Bill Enk – Bill Enk makes his home on the central coast of California, in Paso Robles, and has for 37 years. He has been involved in the horse business for 45 years, which has included breeding, training, and buying and selling horses. Events that include cattle are his main interest: working cowhorse, cutting and roping, but he has also competed in other disciplines as well. Judging has been a natural extension for his keen interest in horses. He is currently the Director of Judges for the National Reined Cow horse Association. His duties include putting on educational judging seminars and monitoring the judges at the NRCHA events. Bill also has judging credentials with: The National Cutting Horse Association, the National Reining Association, and the American Quarter Horse Association. Along the way he has judged most of the major events which include: The NCHA Futurity, the NRHA Futurity, the NRCHA Futurity, and the AQHA World show.


Delena Doyle – Delena Doyle lives on her family ranch in Azle, Texas. Doyle is a retired educator with a Master’s Degree in Education. She and her husband Craig raise cattle and enjoy team roping with their two children. Delena began showing horses at age 13. She has 27 years of judging experience with cards in the AQHA, APHA, PHBA, PtHA, ApHC, NRCHA, NSBA, IBHA and ABRA. Delena has judged the European Championships, Australian Championships, and World Championship shows for the APHA, PHBA, ApHC, PtHA and NSBA. She is an AQHA steward and serves as Equipment judge for the Paint and Appaloosa World Shows.


Barbara Schulte – Her journey began on her parents’ farm in Southern Illinois with 400 horses. Throughout her life and horse adventures, Barbara has always been driven by a singular passion ~ to help riders grow their confidence. She is a Personal Performance Coach, a Cutting Horse Trainer, Publisher of online programs, Clinician, Author, and Speaker. She was the first woman to win the National Cutting Horse Association 4-year-old Derby and the 5/6-year-old at the Summer Spectacular Classic. She is an honoree in the National Cowgirl Hall of Fame and in the National Cutting Horse Association Members’ Hall of Fame. She was awarded the National Female Equestrian of the Year Award by the AQHA and the Women’s Sports Foundation. Barbara has a Master’s degree in Speech Pathology and Audiology. She was certified as a Personal Performance Coach for Riders at the Human Performance Institute in Orlando, Florida. Barbara lives with her husband, Tom in Brenham, Texas.


Terry Helder – Since 1986, Terry, along with his wife Peg, have owned and operated Evergreen Farm an AQHA/APHA breeding, training and showing facility. His farm has become one of the largest performance horse programs on the east coast. Horses carrying the Ef brand can be seen competing from the dressage rings to the rodeo arenas, and Terry’s training program is responsible for 13 National and World Champions and 11 Reserve Champions. Three years ago, Terry founded the East Coast Ranch Riding Association, which is the largest ranch riding program on the east with the last show of 2019 sporting 1124 entries in 2 1/2 days. Terry’s judging is comprised of nearly 40 years of judging all levels of open competition. Open and 4-H shows, state and county fairs, reining, working cow horse, hunters, ranch horse and extreme trail competitions. In 2019, Terry judged the Retired Racehorse Challenge in Lexington, Kentucky, and has been judging Mustang Makeovers since 2012, and was a finalist judge for the Mustang Million. Terry is honored to be back to judge another extreme mustang event.


Richard Winters – Richard Winters, a horseman for more than 35 years, has been living the dream. He is a world-famous clinician and prizewinning trainer of horses and their riders. Winters’ credentials extend from the rodeo arena and high desert ranches of the West, to being a highly sought-after horse trainer and horsemanship clinician. Among his many accolades, Winters won the National Reined Cow Horse Association World Championship and earned the NRCHA Hackamore Circuit Championship title in Pueblo, Colorado. He is also an AA rated judge. Winters is a Road to the Horse Colt Starting Champion and returned for six years as their Horseman’s Host. He also won the International Colt Starting Contest in Poland. Winters was a top-five finalist at the Cowboy Dressage World Finals, and he is the author of From Rider to Horseman, published by Western Horseman Magazine. After serving as The Thacher School’s Horse Program Director for two years, the Winters are embarking on a new, yet very familiar adventure. Richard and Cheryl had been looking at Texas properties for 15 years, and have found their dream property just outside of Weatherford, Texas. This is now the new home base for Richard Winters Horsemanship. Winters enjoys traveling and helping horse owners gain the experience needed to take themselves and their equine partners to the next level. “To stretch the envelope and encourage people to do a little more than they would do on their own is very fulfilling.” International travels include Australia, Brazil, Canada, England, Mexico, Poland, Scotland, and Sweden. A love for horses, knowledge developed through years of practice and study, as well as a willingness to continue learning are the components that make Winters the “Masterful Communicator” he is today.

 Carolyn “Tinker” Birnie – Carolyn “Tinker” Birnie has had her AQHA judges card since 2003 and has judged show throughout the United States, Canada and Australia. She has also judged the Youth Division of the Extreme Mustang Makeover and the Mustang Heritage Open Show. Now retired from training and showing, Tinker continues to enjoy her reining Quarter Horses while trail riding with her husband, Mike, in the ranching areas of Fort Worth. Tinker’s sons operate Buckley Farms located in Anna, Texas just north of Dallas. Family owned and operated since 1945, Buckley Farms offers professional training in reining, working cow horse, Western riding as well as youth and amateur programs.

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