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The winner was Cory Lowery, Olive Branch, Ms., riding JM Sky Mate to a 218 and a ,809.92 check.Also, the ,000 Non-Pro Any-Age horse, with a ,227.27 total purse and 30 entries, was won by Cade Hansma, Weatherford, Texas, riding Bob Dualin, owned by his parents Paul & Julie Hansma.The Reserve title went to Jaycee Lowery, Olive Branch, Miss., riding Catarose to a 217.5 for a ,501.02 check.The sixth highest-paying class was the ,000 Amateur with a total purse of ,477.27 and 41 entries.
Between her and her husband, trainer, Steve Oehlhof, the pair took home ,676.67 With ,250 in added money, the event had 689 entries, with the winners paid a total of 2,878.
Between Missy and her husband, trainer Steve Oehlhof, the pair took home close to ,000..
While Once In A Blu Boon, owned by Jill Freeman and ridden by James Payne and George C Merada, owned by the Furst Ranch and ridden by John Wold took home the largest individual paychecks at The Non-Pro, held June 12-19 in Oklahoma City, Okla., The Non-Pros and Amateurs, as a whole, took home 3,044, or 68 percent of the total purse.
) The 5/6-Year-Old Non-Pro, with 53 entries came in fourth with a ,724 total purse.
The division was won by Alexis Stephas, Chattanooga, Tenn., riding Ima Little Ichi to a 221 and a ,637.23 paycheck.