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In the Stats: NRHA Futurity

draw-partyThe NRHA Futurity Platinum Performance Open Draw Party will be held on Wednesday, Dec. 2, at 6 p.m. Thanksgiving Day in Oklahoma City – that’s where many of the world’s best reiners will be sharing their holiday meal, as the first go-round of the National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Futurity and Adequan North American Affiliate Championship (NAAC) Show kicks off. The Futurity will conclude with the Level 4 Open finals on Saturday, Dec. 5.

If you enjoy parties, mark your calendar for these four: the Platinum Performance Futurity Holiday Party, to be held Monday, Nov. 30, at 5 p.m. in Barn 3; the Platinum Performance Open Draw Party on Wednesday, Dec. 2, at 6 p.m. in Barn 3; the Platinum Performance Non-Pro Draw Party, to be held Thursday, Dec. 3, at 1 p.m. in the Superbarn and the 50th Running of the Futurity Celebration, to be held at 7 p.m. in Barn 3.

Three horse sales are planned during the week: the NRHA/Markel Insurance Marketplace Sale at 8:30 a.m. on Thursday, Dec. 3, in the Sale Arena; the NRHA/Markel Insurance Futurity Prospect Sale at 6 p.m. on Friday, Dec.4, in Barn 3, and the NRHA/Markel Insurance Select Yearling Sale at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 5, in Barn 3.

For a complete NRHA Futurity schedule, visit NRHAfuturity.com.

NRHA Futurity Show (1988-2014)

IntheStats web 01 ShawnFlarida PFEqui-Stat Elite $5 Million Rider and six-time NRHA Futurity Open Champion rider Shawn Flarida, of Springfield, Ohio, is the Futurity’s leading open rider with total earnings of $2,034,924 at the event. • Photo by Pat Feuerstein

Top 10 Futurity Open Riders
1) Shawn Flarida, Springfield, OH, $2,034,924
2) Andrea Fappani, Scottsdale, AZ, $1,497,931
3) Tim McQuay, Tioga, TX, $1,372,228
4) Todd Bergen, Eagle Point, OR, $1,120,198
5) Craig Schmersal, Scottsdale, AZ, $833,822
6) Duane Latimer, Ardmore, OK, $735,299
7) Jordan Larson, Whitesboro, TX, $708,399
8) Todd Sommers, Whitesboro, TX, $703,782
9) Randy Paul, Simi Valley, CA, $591,370
10) Brent Wright, Ottawa, KS, $581,938

Inthestats web 02 MandyMcCutcheon3Equi-Stat Elite $2 Million Rider and eight-time NRHA Futurity Non-Pro Champion Mandy McCutcheon, of Aubrey, Texas, ranks as the Futurity’s No. 1 non-pro rider with earnings of $797,896 at the event. • QHN File Photo

Top 10 Futurity Non-Pro Riders
1) Mandy McCutcheon, Aubrey, TX, $797,896
2) Jim Morgan, DVM, Pilot Point, TX, $320,210
3) Kelle Smith, Marietta, OK, $258,504
4) Charlie Wiederholdt, Hastings, MN, $233,316
5) Samantha Burns, Ardmore, OK, $217,036
6) Tish Fappani, Scottsdale, AZ, $180,164
7) Nelle Murphy, Marietta, OK, $162,140
8) Quincy Allen, Madisonville, TX, $157,790
9) Jose Vazquez, Chicago, IL, $137,138
10) Keith Crawford, Howell, MI, $126,175

IntheStats web 03 EleuterioArcese CJ-Equi-Stat Elite $2 Million Owner Eleuterio Arcese, of Arcese Quarter Horses in Weatherford, Texas, has owned 21 Futurity money-earners with total earnings of $949,399. • Photo by Cappy Jackson

Top 10 Futurity Owners
1) Arcese Quarter Horses, Weatherford, TX, $949,399
2) Lance Griffin, DeWinton, AB, CN, $773,513
3) Rancho Oso Rio LLC, Scottsdale, AZ, $608,641
4) Vaughn Zimmerman, Springfield, MO, $565,103
5) McQuay Stables Inc., Tioga, TX, $521,385
6) Frank Bolea, Gilroy, CA, $496,313
7) Tom & Mandy McCutcheon, Aubrey, TX, $462,308
8) Carol Rose, Gainesville, TX, $365,708
9) David Silva Sr., Pilot Point, TX, $343,497
10) Steve Simon, Marietta, OK, $342,078

Inthestats web 04 BobLoomis KTSix-time NRHA Futurity Open Champion rider Bob Loomis, of Bob Loomis Horses Inc., in Marietta, Oklahoma, is the Futurity’s leading breeder with event earnings of $759,967. • QHN File Photo

Top 10 Futurity Breeders
1) Bob Loomis Quarter Horses Inc., Marietta, OK, $764,569
2) Lance Griffin, DeWinton, AB, CN, $727,566
3) Steve Simon, Marietta, OK, $672,897
4) Rosanne Sternberg, Aubrey, TX, $635,698
5) McQuay Stables Inc., Tioga, TX, $543,667
6) Hilldale Farm, Brashear, TX, $533,989
7) Rancho Oso Rio LLC, Scottsdale, AZ, $514,765
8) Carol Rose, Gainesville, TX, $479,153
9) David Silva Sr., Pilot Point, TX, $476,636
10) Sally Brown, Wayzata, MN, $442,401

Inthestats web 05 TopsailWhiz JBTopsail Whiz is the Futurity’s No. 1 sire. His 132 money-earners have won $1,813,018 at the event. His leading Futurity Open money-earner, The Great Whiz, earned $209,252. • Photo by John Brasseaux

Top 10 Futurity Sires
1) Topsail Whiz, $2,013,023
2) Colonels Smoking Gun [Gunner], $1,934,252
3) Hollywood Dun It, $1,676,664
4) Wimpys Little Step, $1,509,064
5) Smart Chic Olena, $1,238,594
6) Shining Spark, $1,048,614
7) Jacs Electric Spark, $839,168
8) Gallo Del Cielo (Rooster), $810,805
9) Nu Chex To Cash, $800,103
10) Smart Spook, $789,769

Inthestats web 06 ShirleysFolly KTShirleys Folly (Great Pine x Ms Enterprise x Be Aech Enterprise), bred by Thomas Fidago, of Bellefontaine, Ohio, is the Futurity’s leading dam. Her three Futurity money-earners won a total of $371,317. • QHN File Photo

Top 10 Futurity Dams
1) Shirleys Folly, $371,317
2) Taris Little Vintage, $320,726
3) Collena Chic Olena, $254,474
4) Sassy O Lena, $237,713
5) Snip O Gun, $236,063
6) Natrasha, $222,176
7) Ebony Shines, $217,860
8) Miss Tinseltown, $207,255
9) Prettywhizprettydoes, $198,742
10) Hot Coded Candy, $194,404

NRHA Futurity History (1988-2014)

Year / Location / Entries / Added / Total Purse
1988, Oklahoma City, OK, 534, n/a, $454,925
1989, Oklahoma City, OK, 493, $82,500, $524,115


1990, Oklahoma City, OK, 640, $80,000, $573,637
1991, Oklahoma City, OK, n/a, $90,159, $586,073
1992, Oklahoma City, OK, n/a, $82,500, $631,129
1993, Oklahoma City, OK, 1,054, $103,700, $664,540
1994, Oklahoma City, OK, 1,218, $103,200, $721,454
1995, Oklahoma City, OK, 1,426, $102,200, $827,205
1996, Oklahoma City, OK, 1,140, $137,200, $943,272
1997, Oklahoma City, OK, 1,162, $137,200, $965,233
1998, Oklahoma City, OK, 1,244, $137,200, $1,079,713
1999, Oklahoma City, OK, 1,397, $144,000, $1,106,390


2000, Oklahoma City, OK, 1,775, $202,700, $1,283,413
2001, Oklahoma City, OK, 1,797, $227,700, $1,364,029
2002, Oklahoma City, OK, 1,749, $227,700, $1,305,847
2003, Oklahoma City, OK, 1,872, $227,700, $1,398,534
2004, Oklahoma City, OK, 1,803, $311,400, $1,466,929
2005, Oklahoma City, OK, 1,982, $311,400, $1,622,704
2006, Oklahoma City, OK, 1,958, $338,900, $1,555,456
2007, Oklahoma City, OK, 1,946, $339,800, $1,480,689
2008, Oklahoma City, OK, 2,243, $329,800, $1,823,479
2009, Oklahoma City, OK, 2,620, $343,800, $1,694,430


2010, Oklahoma City, OK, 2,900, $411,300, $1,849,696
2011, Oklahoma City, OK, 2,798, $937,100, $2,292,584
2012, Oklahoma City, OK, 3,130, $938,000, $2,293,248
2013, Oklahoma City, OK, 2,889, $855,600, $2,304,372
2014, Oklahoma City, OK, 2,815, $825,100, $2,149,698

 

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