OGDEN -- Scott Wardley and Kim Vaughn wrapped up Sunday's National Cutting Horse Association Western National Championships with wins in the $50,000 amateur and non-pro classes in the Golden Spike Arena at the Weber County Fairgrounds.
Wardley, a Canadian rider, scored 218 points in the $50,000 amateur division finals on Hah Rey, while Vaughn, of Colorado, marked 216 riding Shesa Silver Spoon to win the non-professional competition on the final day of action.
Cody Lee, of Hamilton, Montana, marked 221 on Remanitas Alegria to win the $35,000 non-pro finals for the second straight year.
Other champions included:
$3,000 novice: Ho Chi Minnie, ridden by Josh Sleeman for Duane Bruner.
Senior youth: Carly Chiarelli, riding High Yield CD.
Junior youth: Kate Gerla, riding My Own League.
Open: CD Graceful Dual, ridden by Dustin Gonnet for Rod MacDonald.
$10,000 novice: Christinas Blue, ridden by Dustin Gonnet for Ronald Patton.
$2,000 limit rider: Eric Wisehart riding Hot Shots.
$15,000 amateur: Joel Schulz riding CD Little Dog.
$5,000 novice/non-pro: Amber Czisny riding Peppyschino Jerry S.
$15,000 novice/non-pro: Cindy Mann riding Sweet Lil Sin.