A credentialed mare named Stylish Martini and veteran rider Roger Wagner of Weatherford won the National Cutting Horse Association Super Stakes Classic open division title after turning in a score of 225.5 Friday night at Will Rogers Memorial Coliseum.The victory earned the horse’s owner, Dottie St. Clair Hill of Glen Rose, the $52,783 prize.Stylish Martini was sired by Docs Stylish Oak and was out of Miss Martini Play.Wagner and Stylish Martini worked three cows during the 2 1/2 -minute regulation run on their way to winning the finals round. But it was the second cow that contributed the most toward earning the winning score.Wagner praised Stylish Martini for not allowing the challenging cow to return to the herd.“She was unbelievable all the way through,” Wagner said of the mare. “If she would have given that cow an inch, it would have ran over her.”Wagner said one big reason Stylish Martini can hold a difficult cow at bay is because the mare has lots of speed.“She’s just so quick,” Wagner said. “She just doesn’t give a cow anywhere to go. She can get a lock on a cow, and when she gets down low, the cow doesn’t know where to go. It doesn’t have a chance.”Sly Playgirl, with rider Jaime Snider, was the seventh horse in the first bunch and led throughout most of the performance with a 225. But Stylish Martini, which was the next-to-last horse to work in the second bunch, surpassed Sly Playgirl by turning in the 225.5.Sly Playgirl is owned by Rocking L Cutting Horses. The Super Stakes Classic reserve championship earned the Boca Raton, Fla., firm $45,131.Sly Playgirl was sired by This Sly Cat and is out of Taquitas Playgirl.The classic open finals featured 5- and 6-year-old horses that are second- and third-year competitors on the NCHA’s aged event circuit.Bull riding updateThe 21st Tuff Hedeman Championship Challenge is at 8 p.m. Saturday at Cowtown Coliseum in the Fort Worth Stockyards. Tickets are on sale at www.ticketmaster.com or at the coliseum box office at 817-625-1025.