Todd Quirk & Real Suen Grab Non Pro Derby Reserve Championship

Todd Quirk, the NCHA earner of $517,742, received his first NCHA Derby check in 2012, when he was a Non-Pro finalist with Creepy Crawler LTE $75,971 and placed fifth on Foralimitedtimeonly. This year, also showing McLintockk LTE $21,872, by High Brow Cat, and Quiete Boon LTE $22,565, by Boon Too Suen, Quirk has been a finalist in the 4-Year-Old Non-Pro divisions of the Arbuckle Mountain Futurity, the Ike Hamilton Futurity, and the Breeders Invitational.


Real Suen LTE $56,264, by Boon Too Suen, is a full brother to Donas Suen Boon LTE $423,341, 2012 NCHA Futurity Non-Pro champion, and out of Donas Cool Cat LTE $315,104, by High Brow Cat, dam of nine NCHA earners of $944,651.


The Non-Pro Gelding champion, Real Suen was purchased for $47,000 at the 2015 NCHA Western Bloodstock NCHA Futurity Sales by Todd’s father, Buster Quirk.


Todd and his wife, Elizabeth, also own Catillac Reys, reserve champion of the Open NCHA Derby, ridden by Adan Banuelos, and winner of the $100,000 Metallic Cat incentive.