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Canadian John Swales piloted 7 P Ranch’s Heza Diamond Spark to a composite score of 874 (207 herd/222.5 rein/218 steer/226.5 cow) and the 2017 World’s Greatest Horseman Championship.

Video courtesy of Equine Promotion

Read about the 2017 World's Greatest Horseman Championship


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Lloyd Cox rode Copperish, owned by Jimmie Miller Smith, to a 223, tying to win the Bonanza Cutting 4-Year-Old Open Championship.

Cox and his homebred Nothing Elz Matters also scored a 223 to take home the Bonanza Cutting 4-Year-Old Open Co-Championship.

Videos courtesy of Clearman Video Productions

Read about the 2017 4-Year-Old Open finals at the Bonanza Cutting here.


Reyzurbetsonthiscat carried Craig Thompson to a 223 to win the Augusta Futurity 4-Year-Old Open Championship.

Video courtesy of Mark Burt

Read about the 2017 August Futurity 4-year-old Open Finals here.


Second Spot captured the NCHA Futurity Open Championship with Matt Gaines after marking a smooth 229.

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Read about the 2016 NCHA Futurity Open Championships here.


Andrea Fappani secured his third NRHA Futurity Level 4 Open win after marking a 225.5 on Rancho Oso Rio’s Spooky Whiz in Oklahoma City this year.

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Read about the 2016 NRHA Futurity Level 4 Open here


Are you wondering what horses to keep your eyes on with the NRHA Futurity on the horizon? QHN Editor Stacy Pigott and Managing Editor Kelsey Pecsek caught up with Inside Reining’s Jenifer Reynolds to discuss some of the likely frontrunners going into Oklahoma City..

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Sweet Baby Marie picked up another victory when she carried Matt Miller to a 219.5 for the Southern Cutting Futurity Open win, worth $15,000.

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Duals Lucky Charm carried 28-year-old Kelby Phillips to his first National Reined Cow Horse Association Snaffle Bit Futurity Open Championship with a 663 composite score (218 herd/220.5 rein/224.5 cow).

Video courtesy of Equine Promotion

Read about the 2016 NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity Open here


 

Some Kinda Merada and Todd Bergen marked a 227 down the fence in the NRCHA Derby Open, winning the class with a composite score of 670.5 (218 herd/225.5 rein).

Video courtesy of Equine Promotion

Read about the 2016 NRCHA Derby


As the first draw of the Derby Open at the Breeder’s Invitational, Ichis My Choice and Grant Setnicka marked a 225 to claim the Championship.

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Read about the 2016 Breeder's Invitational


In remembrance of the recent passing of the great Topsails Rien Maker, we offer this flashback to the 2011 World's Richest Stock Horse Championship, where Russell Dilday and "Slider" worked their way to victory.

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Learn more about Topsails Rien Maker by clicking here.


Once You Go Black and Cullen Chartier marked a 221 to claim the Open Championship at The Four Sixes/NCHA Western National Championships.

Video courtesy of Video West

Read about the 2016 Four Sixes/NCHA Western National Championships here.


After marking a 231, Not Ruf At All and Jason Vanlandingham won the National Reining Breeders Classic Level 4 Open Championship, banking $75,000.

Video courtesy of Equine Promotion

Read about the 2016 NRBC here.


Moms Stylish Player carried Kenny Platt to the Lucas Oil NCHA Super Stakes Open Championship after marking a final-round 228.

Video courtesy of Video West

Read about the 2016 Lucas Oil NCHA Super Stakes Open Championship here.


Corey Cushing piloted SJR Diamond Rey to a 225.5 down the fence to win the NRCHA Stakes Open with a 665.5 composite score.

Video courtesy of Equine Promotion

Read about the 2016 NRCHA Stallion Stakes Open Championship here.


Walt Erwin piloted Playful Highbrow CD to a 222 for The Four Sixes/NCHA 2016 Eastern National Championships Open win.

Video courtesy of Video West

Read about the 2016 Eastern National Championships here.


Andrea Fappani rode Platinum Vintage to a 230 to win the 2016 Cactus Reining Classic Derby Level 4 Open.

Video courtesy of Classic Video

Read about the 2016 Cactus Classic here.


2016 World's Greatest Horseman Champions Skeets Oak Peppy and Clayton Edsall

Video courtesy of Equine Promotion

Read about the 2016 World's Greatest Horseman here.


2016 Bonanza Cutting 4-Year-Old Open Champions Smooth Scooten and Jason Clark.

Video courtesy of Clearman Video Productions

Read about the 2016 Bonanza Cutting here.


2016 Ike Derby and Classic 4-Year-Old Open Champions Metallic Rebel and Beau Galyean.

Video courtesy of Clearman Video Productions

Read about the 2016 Ike Derby and Classic here.


High Brow Clay 012 and Austin Shepard topped the 4-Year-Old Open finals at the 2016 Augusta Cutting Horse Futurity.

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Read about the 2016 Augusta Futurity here.


Amandas CD and Equi-Stat Elite $2 Million Rider Matt Miller topped the 4-Year-Old Open finals at the 2016 Abilene Spectacular with a 223.5.

Video courtesy of Clearman Video Productions

Read about the 2016 Abilene Spectacular here.


Stevie Rey Von and Ed Dufurrena won the NCHA Futurity Open Championship with a 225 score.

Video courtesy of Video West

Read about the 2015 NCHA Futurity here.


Shesouttayourleague and Casey Deary won the NRHA Futurity Open Championship in a runoff, with a 224.5 score.

Video courtesy of Equine Promotion

Read about the 2015 NRHA Futurity here.


 

Equi-Stat Elite $1 Million Rider Grant Setnicka, of Grandview, Texas, piloted Peptos Stylish Foxy to a 220.5, taking home the Futurity Open Championship and a paycheck worth $35,000 to owner Elizabeth Para, of Othello, Washington.

Video courtesy of Video West

Read about the 2015 PCCHA Futurity here.


Starlight Kisses carried Jake Telford to a 656 composite score in the NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity Open finals, winning the Championship by a half-point.

Video courtesy of Equine Promotion


Special Nu Baby and Matt Gaines tied the cutting world record with a 234 that won the Mercuria/NCHA World Series of Cutting Open at the El Rancho Futurity.

Video courtesy of Video West Productions.

Read about the 2015 Reining By The Bay here.


Ms Mercedes Whiz and Mathieu Buton win the Tulsa Reining Classic Futurity Level 4 Open.

Video courtesy of Equine Promotion


Sneak A Smoothie and Todd Bimat win the Idaho Cutting Horse Association Futurity Open Championship.

Video courtesy of Hitchhiker Productions


Thebettertohearuwith and Andrea Fappani win the 2015 Reining By The Bay Futurity Open Championship.

Video courtesy of Classic Video

Read about the 2015 Reining By The Bay here.


Reyzin The Cash and Gary Gonsalves win the 2015 NCHA Summer Spectacular Open Championship.

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Read about the 2015 NCHA Summer Spectacular here


Platinum Vintage and Todd Bergen win the 2015 NRHA Derby Open Championship.

Video courtesy of Equine Promotion

Read about the 2015 NRHA Derby here


Reyzin The Cash and Gary Gonzalves win the 2015 PCCHA Derby Open Championship.

Video courtesy of Video West Productions

Read about the 2015 PCCHA Derby here


Coded N Karma and Jared Leclair win the 2015 Minnesota Pink Slid' In Derby Open Championship.

Video courtesy of Waltenberry

Read about the 2015 Minnesota Pink Slid' In here


Smooth Talkin Style and Lloyd Cox win the 2015 Breeder's Invitational Derby Open Championship.

Video courtesy of Clearman Video 

Read about the 2015 Breeder's Invitational here


Catlena Ray and Steve Schlesinger win The Four Sixes Ranch/NCHA Western Nationals Open Championship.

Video courtesy of NCHA 

Read about the 2015 NCHA Western Nationals Open here


SG Frozen Enterprize and Andrea Fappani won the 2015 National Reining Breeders Classic Level 4 Open Championship.

Video courtesy of Equine Promotion 

Read about the 2015 NRBC Level 4 Open here


Dont Stopp Believin and Phil Rapp and Smooth Talkiin Style and Lloyd Cox tie for the 2015 NCHA Super Stakes Open Championship.

Video courtesy of NCHA 

Read about the 2015 NCHA Super Stakes Open Championship here


Junie Wood and John Mitchell dominated at the Lucas Oil NCHA Super Stakes Classic Open finals, marking a 226 for the win.

Video courtesy of NCHA 

Read about the 2015 NCHA Super Stakes here


Austin Shepard rode Cat Sheree to a 223 to win the Open at The Four Sixes/NCHA Eastern National Championships.

Video courtesy of NCHA 

Read about the 2015 Eastern Nationals here


PRF SPoonful Of Gold and Corey Cushing won the 2015 World's Greatest Horseman Championship.

Video courtesy of Equine Promotion 

Read about the 2015 World's Greatest Horseman here

 


Paradox Cat and Austin Shepard won the 2015 Augusta Futurity 4-Year-Old Open Championship with a 222 score to earn $12,000.

Video courtesy of Mark Burt 

Read about the Augusta Futurity here.