Two Nights Of Ranch Rodeo Featured At EquiFest Of Kansas

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Winners in the ranch rodeos during EquiFest of Kansas at Salina have been announced by Justine Staten, executive director of the Kansas Horse Council, EquiFest sponsor.

Triple Bar K Ranch Horses led by Brady Karaffa of Plainville placed first overall in Friday evening’s team division.

Second place team Friday was Gibbs Cattle led by Anthony Newman, Monett, Missouri, with the third place overall Friday team being Lonesome Pine Ranch lead by Bud Higgs of Cedar Point.

Lonesome Pine Ranch won the team sorting event Friday, and Gibbs Cattle topped Friday’s wild cow milking.

The winner in the double mugging Friday evening was K Cross Performance Horses lead by Aaron Killingsworth of Westmoreland. Friday’s trailer loading winner was JC Cattle/Lyons Ranch, lead by Justin Brown of Dwight.

Gibbs Cattle came back to be the first-place team in Saturday’s ranch rodeo while winning both the double mugging and the wild cow milking events.

CRB Cattle lead by Cody Brock of Onaga was the second-place team on Saturday evening with Lonesome Pine Ranch coming in as the third-place team.

JC Cattle/Lyons Ranch won Saturday’s team sorting, and Nelson Angus led by Mike Nelson of Leonardville placed first in the trailer loading event Saturday.

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Triple Bar K Ranch Horses led by Brady Karaffa of Plainville placed first overall in Friday evening’s team division of the ranch rodeo during the EquiFest of Kansas at Salina. (Kirkwood Kreations Photography)

 

Gibbs Cattle led by Anthony Newman, Monett, Missouri, placed first overall in Saturday evening’s team division of the ranch rodeo during the EquiFest of Kansas at Salina. (Kirkwood Kreations Photography)

 

 

Draft Horse Races Major Attraction At EquiFest

Teams came from three states for the draft horse races featured in five divisions of competition at the EquiFest of Kansas in Salina.

Winners were announced by Justine Staten, executive director of the Kansas Horse Council, EquiFest sponsor.

Reverse psychology: Tristan Musa, St. George, driving Cindy and Claire, 3.16.69; Clay Sharp, Stilwell, driving Duke and Dan, 3.28.44; and Tifani Lee, Royse City, Texas, driving Dolly and JP, 3.36.12.

Right of passage: Roger O’Neil, Junction City, driving Mike and Cap, 1,13.34; Aschzer Musa, St. George, driving Daisy and Ricky, 1.18.91; and Keenan Musa, St. George, driving Dillon and Lincoln, 1.20.75.

Double jeopardy: Clay Sharp, Stilwell, driving Duke and Dan, 2.45.85; Tifani Lee, Royse City, Texas, driving Dolly and JP, 2.47.53; and Tony Garrett, Douds, Iowa, driving Travis and Hope, 2.50.19.

Feed team: Tony Garrett, Douds, Iowa, driving Travis and Hope, 1.12.78; Eli Avery, Westmoreland, driving Pete and Gordy, 1.13.03; and Branden Harp, Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, driving Alice and Queen, 1.14.41.

Gambler’s choice: Clay Sharp, Stilwell, driving Duke and Dan, 2.41; Tristan Musa, St. George, driving Cindy and Claire, 2.37; and Brian High, Krum, Texas, driving Mavrick and Rooster, 2.4.

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Feed team competition was a highlight of the draft horse races at the EquiFest of Kansas in Salina. (Kirkwood Kreations Photography)

 

One of five divisions in the draft horse races was gambler’s choice at the EquiFest of Kansas in Salina. (Kirkwood Kreations Photography)

 

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