SKIJORING: McIntosh, Ping top open division at Rebecca Farm

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A pair of locals finished atop the Skijoring America standings in the open division, the highest class of competition, after the inaugural Skijoring at Rebecca Farm event on Saturday and Sunday.

Columbia Falls’ Toby McIntosh skied his way to a perfect score of 100, while Whitefish resident Scott Ping rode to the top of the leaderboard with a 90-point showing. Ping’s horse, Kona Koffee, finished on top of the open division horse standings with 90 points.

Kalispell’s Kali Kitchen topped the rider leaderboard in the sport division, the class just below open.

Jennifer Butler, another Flathead Valley native, rode Royaleigh to the top of the sport division horse standings.

Skijoring at Rebecca Farm

Dec. 30-31

Results

Open Class

Skiers

Pts

Toby McIntosh 100

Aaron Griffen 65

Tyler Smedsrud 40

Cody Smith 30

Colin Cook 20

R.J. Klutz 20

Kyle Taylor 0

Riders

Pts

Scott Ping 90

Ebbie Hansen 65

Kristen House 60

Sarah McConnell 40

Josh Abbot 25

CR Kunesh 15

Richard Weber III 0

Horses

Pts

Kona Koffee 90

Roxi 60

Zipping Z 55

Wants Me 35

Serge 35

Zeek 25

Ping Pong 15

Sport Class

Skiers

Pts

Bart Slaney 48

Glen Hutchinson 42

Emily Lewis 33

David Rizzolo 33

Justin Kreps 27

Sayre Smith 18

Chris Wambert 15

Jeff Smallcomb 6

Pascal Jesset 0

Dustin Zuffelat 0

Nick Caras 0

Riders

Pts

Kali Kitchen 48

Mo Ostrander 48

Roddy Gadeberg 30

Leah Mitchell 27

Jennifer Butler 24

Sarah McConnell 18

Cal Douglas 12

Jessica Brewer 6

Ryan Rubie 3

Katherine Licht 3

Ali Ray 0

Horses

Pts

Royaleigh 24

Jet Pack 3

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