Caylee Shepard took Flawless (One Time Pepto x MH San Tules Dually x San Tule Freckles) into the pen for the first time in 2021 during the Southern Cutting Futurity and came out a champion, the two have been a great team ever since.
Purdys Rebel already has lifetime earnings of over $150,000 according to EquiStat, yet the five-year-old mare had one major obstacle to overcome before setting off on a blazing trail.
Kittennish was already ahead in the race for Horse of the Year and Shepard wanted to make the most of the final shows in the season.
Recently, each association announced their top money-earning riders leading the race, they'll have until the end of the year to make the Top 5.
CS Nifty Sailor may not have started his career until he was four-years-old, but he is well on his way to a successful career.
Two weeks in Las Vegas, Nevada paid off for Shane Steffen and Sprinkld ConfettiCat. The pair headed south from their home base in Oregon for The Run For A Million reined cow horse challenge early in August and weren't coming home without some hardware.
During The Run For A Million 2023 riders had the opportunity to qualify for next year's $1 Million event. Andrea Fappani did just that when he won the Open Shootout on All Bettss Are Off (Colonels Smoking Gun x Wimpys Little Chic x Wimpys Little Step).
Jason Vanlandingham planned to ride Best Shine in the Million Dollar Competition at The Run For A Million (TRFAM) before he’d even qualified.
When Zach Ozborn was told it would be his turn to go to town, he was all business. But he knew he'd need a little help.
Sierra Telford wasn't planning on bringing Roan Olena Oak to The Run For A Million. However, the choice paid off, and she persevered through a struggle that horsemen and women know well.