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Equine Obituary - Time For Cash




Multi-titled Time For Cash, was humanely laid to rest due to complications of colic on Thursday, May 3, 2018, in Danville, Kentucky, in the arms of his owner, Trista Brown of Hustonville, Kentucky. Time For Cash was born on April 11, 2001.

Sired by Cash In My Stock and out of Priceless Gen, Time For Cash was foaled by Charles Gleghorn of Fayetteville, Tennessee. He began his long-lived park performance career in 2008, debuting with a win in Cullman, Alabama, under the ownership of the Clark family.

In 2010, Time For Cash was purchased by the Benita Caldwell family. Under their ownership and trained by Mr. Rollie Beard, he claimed the 2010 Juvenile Park Performance Reserve World Championship, as well as many other accolades. Cash would later be purchased by Kimberly Coult Walden in 2012 and continue to successfully show in the park performance division under the direction of Jack Way.

It was on April 24, 2014, when Trista Brown laid eyes on Time For Cash for the very first time and later that evening, the team claimed a win in the Amateur Park Performance at the Gulf Coast Charity in Panama City Beach, Florida. On Friday, August 20, 2014, Trista rode Time For Cash to a thrilling unanimous win in the Juvenile Park Performance division at The Celebration. The following year in 2015, Trista’s younger sister, Tyra Brown, rode him to a reserve in the Juvenile Park Performance at The Celebration, and he and Trista claimed the Amateur Park Performance Reserve World Grand Championship the very next weekend. For the next two years, the pair would continue to successfully show throughout Tennessee. In 2016, Cash departed from training with Jack Way in Alabama to reside and show in Kentucky with The Brown Family until his passing.

Throughout his career, Time For Cash claimed wins in Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, Texas, Florida and Mississippi. He was 17 years old.

On the morning of his passing, Jack Way made the statement, "He gave us a memory that cannot be taken away.” Time For Cash will be infinitely missed by all who knew and loved him.

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