Thirty-Eight stallions have earned the distinction of being an NRHA Million Dollar Sire, but there has never been an NRHA Million Dollar Dam. That changes now.
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After a successful weekend at a number of National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) approved events, another stallion has crossed a historic NRHA milestone. Thanks to his offspring earning more than $22,000, Smart Spook is unofficially an NRHA Five Million Dollar Sire.
The 19th Anniversary of Reining By The Bay was held July 23-29 at The Horse Park At Woodside in California. Framed by oak trees atop a hill, the best of the best circled, spun and slid with the San Francisco Bay glittering in the background. Futurity Open Andrea Fappani Dominates Reining By The Bay Futurity […]
Jonas Bujnoch scored a historic first for his country at the National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) European Affiliate Championships in Kreuth, Germany.
Ann Fonck had a night to remember at the 2018 National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Derby.
Cutting has helped Savannah Bell, a 17-year-old autistic rider from Weatherford, Texas, come out of her shell.
German Gina Schumacher and Snip O Lution laid down an impressive run in draw 16 of the second section of the finals, earning an impressive 224.5.
When the Reining By The Bay Derby Open began, the first horse out marked a 224.5. The next was a 226. Two draws later, the judges gave a 230 and the spectactors crowded beneath long white tents went wild!
The conversation in the alleyway prior to introductions for the Senior Youth World Finals focused on points. With just two points separating Joey Varnadore from powerhouse rider Cade Shepard, the two teens speculated on who might come out the winner. Little did they know what the night would hold.