Horseman Todd Graham showed his dominance at the NCHA Australia Futurity held in Tamworth last week, either riding or breeding the leading place getters in the open championship final.
Mr Graham claimed his seventh futurity win worth $75,000 with a score of 219 points riding the chestnut mare, Hellish, who was a SR Instant Choice and One Helluva Spin cross, bred by Raelene Higgins and owned by SDM Quarter Horses.
He also rode the reserve champion with Jack and Kelsey Hewitt's mare, Hewitt's Metallic Millions scoring 217 in the final.
Third place was Trent Smith riding Cherris N Moore bred by Todd Graham and owned by William Molinard scoring 216.5 points.
Mr Graham was then fourth on Yaven Spinacat, who was the $130,000 sale topper at the 2018 Landmark Classic, owned by Hughes Pastoral Co and bred by John Corbett with a score of 214.5 points.
Fifth place was awarded to Oakbarn One Time Cat ridden by Hugh Miles for a score of 212.5.