Medows and Chicsdreamofdiamonds Clinch NRHA Futurity Non-Pro Title

Chicsdreamofdiamonds JMedows 16Jack Medows & ChicsdreamofdiamondsThe first Futurity champions were crowned Dec. 2 in an exciting finals that filled the day in Oklahoma City. Jack Medows piloted Chicsdreamofdiamonds from draw 31 out of a field of 32 in the section two finals to score a 218.5. The duo claimed the title of Cinch NRHA Futurity Level 4 Non-Pro Champions, as well as the Youth Non-Pro Championship.

Fappani Tops Team Challenge

TrickedOutSpook AFappaniTricked Out Spook & Andrea Fappani • Photo by Kelsey PecsekOn the evening of Dec. 1 in Oklahoma City, the $50,000 Silver Spurs Equine Team Challenge saw 14 riders leave their mark in the Jim Norick Arena, where the National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Futurity is held. The payout for the class was $40,000, with a $10,00 bonus to be split evenly between all team members on the winning squad.

First NCHA World Titles Finalized in Fort Worth

HevvyMetal-webHevvy Metal and Todd Gann were the NCHA World Finals $25,000 Novice Show Champions. • Photo by Jennifer K. HancockTodd Gann and Hevvy Metal moved from fifth place in the World standings in the $25,000 Novice to the Reserve World Champion position by earning $4,287 and the Show Championship to start the day’s action in the Watt Arena at the Mercuria National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) World Finals on Dec. 1.

Two Yearlings Top First Session of NRHA/Markel Insurance Futurity Sales

MobbedInManhattanThe first horse through the ring, Mobbed In Manhattan, brought $31,000. • Photo by Alex LynchThe National Reining Horse Association (NRHA)/Markel Insurance Futurity Sales started off strong on Dec. 1 in Oklahoma City when the first two horses through the ring each sold for $31,000. A total of 100 horses were cataloged in the Marketplace Sale, and when the first session was over, Mobbed In Manhattan and Im Miffen You shared the spotlight as the highest sellers.

Non-Pro Finalists Decided at NRHA Futurity

Chicsdreamofdiamonds JMedowsChicsdreamofdiamonds & Jack MedowsAfter the Dec. 1 Non-Pro consolation round at the National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Futurity, the Futurity Non-Pro finalists have been determined. The field of talented non-professional riders and their mounts guarantee the Dec. 2 Futurity Non-Pro finals will be a show worth watching.

NRHA Futurity Open Finalists Determined

LuckieMoonstone SFlaridaLuckie Moonstone and Shawn Flarida topped the NRHA Futurity Level 4 Open composite.The 2016 National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Futurity & Adequan® North American Affiliate Championship (NAAC) Show offered section 3 of the Open semifinals on Nov. 29. Once the last horse-and-rider combination left the Jim Norick Arena, all of the Open finalists were determined.