Jacs Electric Spark Becomes Three Million Dollar Sire

jacselectricsparkJacs Electric Spark • Photo courtesy of the NRHAThe late stallion Jacs Electric Spark continues to have offspring that excel in the show pen. After his offsprings’ success during the 2016 All American Quarter Horse Congress, Jacs Electric Spark has become the newest National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Three Million Dollar Sire. Collectively, his offspring won an estimated $5,720 during the 50th Anniversary event. This achievement unofficially made him the 13th stallion to reach this remarkable milestone.

RHF to Auction NRHA Commemoratives

NRHA-Foundation-saddleA custom made Silver Spurs Pinnacle Series Reining Saddle, which will have NRHA 50th tooling on the seat, is one of the lots up for auction.
The Reining Horse Foundation (RHF), the 501(c)3 nonprofit that cares for the reining community and honors the sport’s legacy, announced a special auction of two lots to be held at the 2016 National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Futurity & Adequan North American Affiliate Championship Show.

Return From Congress

10 19 16 congress

Hi All!

I just returned home from the All American Quarter Horse Congress, where my wife, Ginger, and I showed four futurity horses by Pale Face Dunnit that we bred and raised. Between the four of them, they brought home more than $36,000 in prize money. I am very proud of these horses and look forward to their futures in the show ring!

Final Champions Crowned at PCCHA Futurity

AutumnRey BMartin HHarrel102016Bonnie Martin & Autumn ReyThe final day of the Pacific Coast Cutting Horse Association (PCCHA)/Holy Cow Performance Horses Futurity wrapped up with the Derby Unlimited Amateur finals, and it was Bonnie Martin and Autumn Rey that walked away with the Championship.

Bill Lacy Takes PCCHA Futurity Non-Pro Title

ThisBlondsNotEasy BLacy HHarrel102016Bill Lacy & This Blonds Not EasyThe Pacific Coast Cutting Horse Association (PCCHA)/Holy Cow Performance Horses Futurity continued on Oct. 15 with the Futurity Non-Pro finals, where eight horse-and-rider combinations competed for the title. Bill Lacy piloted This Blonds Not Easy to top honors and collected a check for $10,000.

Amandas CD, Cromed Out Cat Tie for Derby Open Win

14241440 10157505186395599 341713083023728775 oAmandas CD (pictured) and Cromed Out Cat tied for the Derby Open title at the PCCHA Futurity. • Photo by Dawn Baxstrom The Open Derby finals at the Pacific Coast Cutting Horse Association (PCCHA)/Holy Cow Performance Horses Futurity were jam-packed with excitement, and two horse-and-rider combinations tied for the win. Geoffrey Sheehan piloted Cromed Out Cat to a 223 in the first set, then Matt Miller and Amandas CD matched their score.

Reyzin & Rapp Win Congress

Reyzin PRappReyzin & Phil Rapp, pictured at The Cattlemen's • Photo by Mirus StudioIn the final installment of the Mercuria/National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) World Series of Cutting this year, Reyzin carried Equi-Stat Elite $9 Million Rider Phil Rapp to an Open win at the All American Quarter Horse Congress in Columbus, Ohio.