In the Blood: Lil Bay Hawk

Lil Bay Hawk and Justin Wright made a big statement with a 227 in the fence work to pull out a win in the National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA) Derby Open. They scored a 225 in the herd work and a 220.5 in the rein work for impressive composite score of 672.5. They won $29,588, which takes Lil Bay Hawk’s Equi-Stat record to more than $86,000 for owner Stephen Silva.

In the Blood: Cinca Im Hot

Cinca Im Hot marked her emergence into the derby division with a win in the Breeder’s Invitational Derby Open at the Expo Square in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She entered the arena the first time in the 2016 National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Futurity Open, placing 16th in the finals. Shortly after that, she encountered a foot […]

In The Blood: Bea Pure Cat

Bea Pure Cat came away from the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Scottsdale National Championships with a double win. He carried trainer Morgan Cromer to the Open Co-Championship and owner Jill Roth to the Non-Pro Championship. The dual wins brought Bea Pure Cat’s earnings to $121,572.

Chic Dreamin

When Andre Fappani entered the Greater Southwest Equestrian Center on April 24 for the National Reining Breeders Classic (NRBC) Level 4 Open finals, he was loaded with horsepower thanks to three finalists.
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In the Blood: Inferno Sixty Six

IntheBlood00 InfernoSixtySix pedigreeInferno Sixty Six and Franco Bertolani drew a lot of attention when they tied with Shesouttayourleague in the finals of the 2015 National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Futurity Level 4 Open. The tie necessitated a runoff, and when the dust settled, they were the Reserve Champions. Since then, Inferno Sixty Six and Bertolani have been multiple aged event finalists, that is, until they scored a 228.5 in the Lucas Oil Derby Level 4 Open at the Cactus Reining Classic. The Championship netted $13,788 for the horse's Italy-based owner, Slide Or Die LLC. Heading into the National Reining Breeders Classic (NRBC), Inferno Sixty Six's total earnings are $185,056.

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In the Blood: Wimpys Little Jessie

Wimpys Little Jessie pedigreeTaylor Zimmerman and Wimpys Little Jessie scored a 220 to win the Bluebonnet Feeds Derby Level 4 Non-Pro at the Oklahoma Reining Horse Association (OKRHA) Ride and Slide on March 10. They earned $4,903 for their first Level 4 win. The team has earnings of $71,717 since August 2016.

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In the Blood: Game On Smooth

GameOnSmooth pedigreeGame On Smooth has shown consistency in his young career for owner Mike Schraeder and trainer T. J. Good. Schraeder and the horse made the finals of the Limited Non-Pro at the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Futurity; Good and Game On Smooth made the 4-Year-Old Open finals at the Abilene Spectacular.

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In the Blood: Heza Diamond Spark

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The World’s Greatest Horseman competition wrapped up on Feb. 18 with Canadian John Swales earning the Championship on Heza Diamond Spark. Swales and Heza Diamond Spark worked their way to a composite score of 874, which included the top score of 222.5 in the rein work and the top score of 226.5 in the fence work. Swales was rewarded with the $35,000 winner’s check.