With more than $60,000 in added money, the Hollywoodstinseltown Futurity Open is a lucrative training ground, and on Saturday night, NRHA $5 Million Dollar Rider Andrea Fappani won the Level 4 Open on Itsallinthegenes, a horse he owns with his wife Tish. The pair marked a 224, besting the field of 89 by two points. […]
Mandy McCutcheon won the SmartPak Non-Pro Derby on Thursday, and returned to the Ford Truck Arena at the Tulsa Reining Classic to win the XCS Ranch Non Pro Futurity. McCutcheon won the day’s title on Special Nite Movz with a score of 216. It was the three-year-old reiner’s first event, although McCutcheon used the Toyon […]
The SmartPak Derby Non-Pro at the Tulsa Reining Classic featured $26,000 in added money, and the one-go format meant every entry was riding for a win. In the end, it was National Reining Horse Association $2 Million Rider Mandy McCutcheon who took home top honors with a score of 221.5, winning $5,244. “I thank SmartPak […]
With a score of 221, Dany Tremblay and Lil Gun Affair claimed the Level 4 Open and Level 3 Open championship of the Tamarack Ranch Developing Horse Futurity. The talented mare, by Lil Joe Cash out of Gun Affair (by Colonels Smoking Gun [Gunner]), added $6,644 to her lifetime earnings. “She was super easy to […]
An American icon, the King Ranch, will be honored by the American Quarter Horse Association.
Quarter Horse News caught up with 2019 NSHA Non-Pro Derby Champion Eric Freitas.
Quarter Horse News caught up with Clayton Edsall, of Oakdale, Calif., after he piloted Bet Hesa Boon (Bet Hesa Cat x Flo N Blu Boon x Pretty Boy Boon) to the 2019 National Stock Horse Association (NSHA) Open Derby championship
Luca Fappani made the Fappani name proud when he stormed the Reining By The Bay Derby Levels 4, 3 and 2 Non-Pro on July 26. Fappani marked a 226.5 on Sharp Dressed Spook, a 2014 gelding sired by Spooks Gotta Whiz and out of the mare Dolittle Lena (by Shining Spark). His multiple wins on […]
The National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) gained a new millionaire rider at the European Affiliate Championships.
Several outstanding American Quarter Horse Youth Association (AQHYA) members received scholarships in July during the Bank of America Youth Excellence Seminar in Amarillo, Texas