Spade splashes to World-Famous Suicide jackpot victory

Tarren Meusy, No. 7, aims Lonesome upstream, pushing No. 4, Spade with Loren Marchand, upstream, too.

Photo by Al Camp
Tarren Meusy, No. 7, aims Lonesome upstream, pushing No. 4, Spade with Loren Marchand, upstream, too.



— Spade trumped Lonesome in a jackpot race Sunday for horses qualified for this year’s 82nd World-Famous Suicide Race.

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Riders head over the top of the Suicide Race hill in a Sunday jackpot race.

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Horses head down the hill with Loren Marchand on Spade leading Tarren Meusy on Lonesome.

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Tarren Meusy, No. 7, aims Lonesome upstream, pushing No. 4, Spade with Loren Marchand, upstream, too.

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Audrey Seymour, the lone woman entered this year in the World-Famous Suicide Race, climbs back on Wind Walker during jackpot race Sunday.

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Loren Marchand, right, on Spade grabs the reins from Tarren Meusy on Lonesome.

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Tarren Meusy on Lonesome swats Loren Marchand on Spade after he pulled reins to get the lead in jackpot race Sunday.

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Loren Marchand on Spade looks back at the field as he clears the top of the ramp heading to the Stampede Rodeo's arena during jackpot race Sunday.

There are 19 horses ready for the World-Famous Suicide Races that start Thursday and continue after each performance of the Omak Stampede rodeo, which wraps up Sunday...

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