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Friday, 5 September, 2014


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At left, Josh smiles after his win on September 1. (Sara Broncho photo)

Boogie Boys & Teton team undefeated at EISF Indian Relays

By LORI EDMO-SUPPAH
Sho-Ban News
BLACKFOOT — Two local teams – Boogie Boys with Josh Thompson riding and Teton team with rider Miaus Teton — have two wins each after two days of Indian Relay horse racing at the National Indian Relay Horse Racing Championship at the Eastern Idaho State Fair.
Boogie Boys won the first heat September 1 while Teton team won the second heat. Pikuni Express with Wes Edwards riding won the third heat.
A total of 16 teams are competing for a total of $43,800 over the five days of racing. There are three heats per day. Payouts in each heat are first: $1.003.75; second $602.25 and third $401.50.
Following are the results from September 1.
Heat one: First: Boogie Boys with Josh Thompson rider, second Awasapsii Express with Robert Blackbull riding and third Young Money with rider Myles Murray. Other teams in the heat were Bad Rock Warriors with rider Bryson Appenay and Fine Bow with James Tone riding.
Heat two: First: Teton team with rider Miaus Teton, second White Calf with Lil Muncie Osborne riding and third Coby team with rider Brandon Weed. Other teams in the heat were Hisbadhorse with Lynwood Hisbadhorse riding and Wolverine Canyon with Kalen Hammond riding.
Heat three: First: Pikuni Express with rider Wes Edwards, second Ba Kia Dah with Trevor Beasley riding and third Pikuni Boyz with Chris Carlson riding. Other teams in the heat were Tissidimit with rider Alonzo Punkin Coby, Red Buck with Jon Redman rider and Plainfeather with rider Kobe Rockroads.
August 31 races
Chief Race: After one false start Josh Thompson riding for the Boogie Boys won first. Neil Carlson took second and third went to Dallon Yokoyama riding for Coby team. Other riders were Narsis Reavis riding for Tom Mancha; Miaus Teton riding for Teton team; Kalen Hammond riding for Leonard Roberts; Bryson Appenay and Zia Osborne riding for UU Ranch.
Heat one: First: Pikuni Boyz with Chris Carlson riding; second Coby team with Brandon Weed riding; third Pikuni Express with rider Wes Edwards. Other teams Hisbadhorse with rider Lynwood Hisbadhorse Jr.; Bad Rock Warriors with Bryson Appenay riding.
Heat two: First: Boogie Boys with rider Josh Thompson; second White Calf with Lil Muncie Osborne riding; third Wolverine Canyon with rider Kalen Hammond. Other teams in the heat were Tissidimit with rider Alonzo Punkin Coby and Plainfeather with Kobe Rockroads riding.
Heat three: First: Teton team with rider Miaus Teton; second Awasapsii Express with Robert Blackbull riding and third Young Money with Myles Murray riding. Other teams Fine Bow with rider Lake Denny; Red Buck with rider Jon Redman and Ba Kia Dah with Trevor Beasley riding.
The Indian Relay races continue September 4, 5 and 6. Races are run after the fourth, sixth and eighth races on Friday and Saturday. On Thursday they are at noon running with heats back to back.
Ladies race, consolation and championship races are on Saturday.


Teton leads in EISF winnings after 3 days

By LORI EDMO-SUPPAH
Sho-Ban News
BLACKFOOT — Despite getting a second place on September 4, the Teton team with rider Miaus Teton is in the lead with overall money earnings with $2,609.75 after three days of Indian Relay horse racing at the National Indian Relay Horse Racing Championship at the Eastern Idaho State Fair.
The team has two wins and a second after three days of qualifying heats for the championship. Three teams Boogie Boys, Pikuni Boyz and Pikuni Express are all tied for second in earnings with $2,409 each.  White Calf is next with $1,606.50 and Young Money follows with $1,405.25. Other teams in the hunt are: Awasapsii Express $1,204.50; Coby team and Tissidimit team $1003.75; Bad Rock Warriors and Ba Kia Dah $602.25; Wolverine Canyon and Plainfeather $401.50 each.
A total of 16 teams are competing for a total of $43,800 over the five days of racing. There are three heats per day. Payouts in each heat are first: $1.003.75; second $602.25 and third $401.50.
Following are the results from September 4.
Heat one: First: Tissidimit team with rider Lance Tissidimit, second Bad Rock Warriors with rider Bryson Appenay and third Plainfeather with Kobe Rockroads riding. The other team in the heat was Hisbadhorse with Lynwood Badhorse riding.
Heat two: First: Pikuni Boys with Chris Carlson riding, second Teton team with Miaus Teton riding and third White Calf with Lil Muncie Osborne riding. Other teams in the heat were Wolverine Canyon with Kalen Hammond riding and Coby team with Brandon Weed riding.
Heat three: First: Pikuni Express with rider Wes Edwards, second was Young Money with Myles Murray riding while third was Plainfeather with rider Kobe Rockroads. Other teams in the heat were Ba Kia Dah with Trevor Beasley riding, Red Buck with Jon Redman riding and Awasapsii Express with rider Robert Blackbull.
The Indian Relay races continue September 5 and 6. Races are run after the fourth, sixth and eighth races on Friday and Saturday. Ladies race, consolation and championship races are on Saturday.