The Run For A Million (TRFAM) Million Dollar Invitational was billed as the biggest event in the history of reining. The Las Vegas event, held Aug. 17, didn’t disappoint. Twelve of the most successful trainers in the sport were invited to compete for a $1 million payout, and they rode a roster of some of […]
For the second year, Eric Freitas took the Non-Pro Futurity title at the National Stock Horse Association’s event in Las Vegas, Nevada. This time, Freitas was aboard Loves Blu Boon.
Here Comes The Boon was named in a play on the artist Nelly’s song titled, “Here Comes the Boom.” In it, the rapper says: “ain’t in it to win; to win it I’m all in.” For Here Comes The Boon’s pilot, Lance Johnston, the words are spot on target. To win the Open and Intermediate […]
Quarter Horse News caught up with 2019 NSHA Non-Pro Derby Champion Eric Freitas.
The Intermediate Horse division of the World's Richest Stock Horse Open was open to horses that had not yet won $100,000. Shiney Outlaw won the title in 2019.
Call Me Mitch captures World's Richest Stock Horse Open title in 2019.
With big paychecks and a ticket to next year’s Million Dollar Invitational on the line, the stakes were high at the Run For A Million today.
The suspense is building! What horses will hit the dirt in Las Vegas for the Run For A Million Invitational? Quarter Horse News has the scoop.
Bryce Barkemeyer dominated the Boxing class at the Built Ford Tough American Quarter Horse Youth Association (AQHYA) World Championship Show on Thursday in Oklahoma City.
When pitted against 114 entries in the preliminary round of Reining at the Built Ford Tough American Quarter Horse Youth Association (AQHYA) World Championship Show, Raeanna Thayn didn’t back down.