Entry deadlines are coming up fast for a number of youth activities at the National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Derby in Oklahoma City.
Five top horses and riders have been chosen to represent the United States in reining at the 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games.
The 2019 National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Futurity might be getting a date shift that could move the finals to the same weekend as the National Cutting Horse Association Futurity, which is tentatively planned for Nov. 21-Dec. 14, 2019. NRHA board members discussed several topics related to NRHA-owned events during their May 2018 meeting, and […]
That last horse will get you every time.
Peter DeFreitas didn’t plan to ride Sweet Daisy Surprise in Open at the Carolina Classic Derby, but changed his mind when he realized the entry box wasn’t as full as he’d anticipated. “I figured, you know, what the heck? I got her here,” he reasoned. “I might as well try and show her.”
Three horse-and-rider combinations shared championship honors in the Carolina Classic Derby Open Levels 2 and 1, but Tricia Tillman couldn’t have been any prouder of Boomin In Lace had the mare won it outright.
The stars of reining slugged it out Saturday night to prove they deserve a spot on Team USA, but in the end the judges couldn’t separate two outstanding horses.
Not many people are lucky enough to find one great horse. Reiner Alicia Rapp believes she may be one of the chosen few to find two.
With one horse to go, Equi-Stat Elite $1 Million Rider Jose Vazquez had a 7.5-point lead in the Carolina Classic Derby Non-Pro. The win was so close. The last person with a chance to beat him: his daughter, Mariana Vazquez.
Wimpys Little Step has crossed into NRHA Ten Million Dollar Sire status.