A leading reining non-pro rider will be among the newest members of the National Reining Horse Association Hall of Fame.
A son of EquiStat Elite $2 Million Sire Nic It In The Bud has relocated to the West Coast.
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A new player in the Western performance horse industry has expanded its acquisitions into rodeo.
The powerful genetics of U.S.-based stallions are in demand all over the world, including in the Southern Hemisphere, says SDP Buffalo Ranch owner Shane Plummer.
National Reining Horse Association President Rick Clark recently issued a letter to members about changes made to stall sponsorship rates in the barns at the association's major shows.
A go-with-the-flow attitude served him Nick Dowers well at the Reno Snaffle Bit Futurity, where he swept the first two spots in the Open.
The NRHA recently issued a statement answering questions about new rule changes allowing non-pro riders to have sponsors.
Kicking their new partnership off with a bang, Hey Roy and Craig Schmersal won nearly $50,000 at the High Roller Reining Classic.
After winning the Non-Pro with Luca Fappani, Icecube rallied for a scintillating performance in the Open with Andrea Fappani.
After making his debut in Virginia, Winding Inferno won big in Las Vegas.