Riata Buckle Pro Futurity Champs Jake Smith & Douglas Rich
Douglas Rich jump rode the 5-year-old Hickory Holly Time gelding Time Toget Wreckless to win the Riata Buckle behind Jake Smith on Boondocs Blue Boon.
Jake Smith turning a steer for Douglas Rich at the 2023 Riata Buckle.
Jake Smith and Boondocs Blue Boon spinning one for Douglas Rich and Time Toget Wreckless at the 2023 Riata Buckle. | Andersen/CBarC Photo

Douglas Rich jump rode the 5-year-old Hickory Holly Time gelding Time Toget Wreckless to win the Riata Buckle Open behind Jake Smith on his 5-year-old Judge Boon-gelding Boondocs Blue Boon. 

Time Toget Wreckless is by Hickory Holly Time, the same stallion who sired the first Riata champion heel horse DT Hickorys Mistycat, ridden by Dakota Kirchenschlager, to the same title in 2022. DT Horses’ Hickory Holly Time was the leading sire of Riata Buckle horses in 2022, with offspring earning $222,700 across the roping.

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