The Barrel Racing Worlds Says Good Bye to Judge Cash
(October 3, 2017) - On Monday, September 18th, 2017, Judge Cash, the impressive gray stallion listed as one of the top stallions, was laid to rest at thirty years old after experiencing colic like symptoms as stated by Scottie Johnson on a Facebook post shared on the stallions fan page.
With a heart of gold, a personality to match and an unparalleled ability to pass on his athleticism in the arena to his offspring, the rippling effects of Judge Cash will be felt for many years. Pictured below is the stallion only a month before he passed away, still as impressive as always.
The 15.1 hand stud is an own son of Dash for Cash, who was inducted into the American Quarter Horse Association in 1987. On the dam's side, big names include Sugar Bars and Native Dancer amongst others.
SOME JUDGE CASH ACCOMPLISHMENTS:
2010 AQHA/WPRA Barrel Horse Of The Year
2 NFR Barrel Horses & Grandson and Granddaughter NFR Barrel Horses
6 Time NFR Horse
2012 National High School Rodeo Barrel Champion
2012 College National Finals Rodeo Barrel Qualifier
Grandson 2012 Canadian National Finals Barrel Champion
That Western Life and Western Insights Media sends their thoughts and condolences to the Judge Cash family and we look forward to seeing the continuance of his legacy through his offspring dominating in the competition arena as well as impacting human lives in a way that only Judge Cash can do.
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