Third Edge and his EquiStat Elite $5 Million Rider and trainer Wes Galyean won this year’s National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Summer Spectacular Open Derby and, shortly afterward, became one of the year’s high-profile sales when Teton Ridge purchased the stallion. Third Edge and Galyean had won two of the three NCHA Triple Crown events […]
The competition was tough, but Kim Muehlstaetter and TR Baby Blues bested the field at the High Roller Reining Classic.
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The Futurity Open class at the High Roller Reining Classic made for a heck of a day – spanning approximately 12 hours and seeing more than 120 competitors. But Gunna Run N Slide and Andrea Fappani kept things exciting all the way to the end.
Amidst a field of 27 top non-pro Reiners, Sam Flarida and PS Whiz On Ice rose to the top at the High Roller Reining Classic Futurity. Flarida rode the horse to a score of 217, which won the Futurity Level 4 Non-Pro on Tuesday, Sept. 13, in Las Vegas, Nevada. The win netted Flarida $3,026 […]
No gasoline was required for sorrel gelding Tezla to navigate to a score of 221 at the Cotton Stakes in West Monroe, Louisiana with Austin Shepard aboard. The effort earned the Monty Johnson-owned horse a $9,821 paycheck and the Futurity Open Championship on Thursday, Sept. 8. “He’s an athletic horse, he can sure stop. He’s […]
Beth Rockey started her fall run with a bang at the Idaho Futurity in Nampa, Idaho aboard “opinionated” mare Thin Mints. With two go-rounds and a pencil finals, Rockey and the Hannah Gamble-bred horse brought home the $3,212 first-place check in the Non Pro Futurity. “My runs were pretty soft. I don’t want to downplay […]
The Marketplace at Ardmore’s online September 3 auction saw a gelding by Hottish top the sale and a two-year-old by Hottish snag high selling two-year old honors.
Keeping your horse’s gut health top of mind can help prevent performance issues and disease – such as Leaky Gut Syndrome (LGS).
The Invitational reining has quickly become one of the most lucrative incentive programs in the industry. But, just days before the event, trainer Fernando Salgado wasn't going to go. He just couldn't.
The XOChic arena hosted scores of Derby competitors vying for a slice of the Tulsa Reining Classic pie, but it was the arena's namesake that took home the top honor.