ThisOneTime TBergen

This One Time Carries Todd Bergen To Win NRCHA Stakes Open

ThisOneTime TBergenThis OneTime & Todd Bergen • Photo by Primo MoralesClinched by a 228 cow work that he called a personal best, National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA) Million-Dollar Rider Todd Bergen, of Eagle Point, Ore., claimed the 2014 NRCHA Stakes Open Championship April 5 at the South Point Equestrian Center in Las Vegas, Nev., riding This One Time (One Time Pepto x Katie Starlight x Grays Starlight), owned by Pamela Bailey.
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Four Champions Crowned At The NRCHA Stakes

ErinTaorminoErin TaorminoThe preliminary herd work, rein work and cow work go-rounds at the National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA) wrapped up Tuesday, April 2, at the South Point Equestrian Center in Las Vegas, Nev. The preliminary scores not only determine who will advance to the clean-slate finals on Saturday; they also determine Stakes Champions in four divisions: Open Novice Horse, Level 1 Limited Open, Amateur and Non-Pro Limited.
One Time Pepto

One Time Pepto Joins NRCHA’s Million Dollar Sire Ranks

One Time PeptoOne Time PeptoOne Time Pepto, a 2001 stallion sired by Peptoboonsmal and out of the Smart Little Lena daughter One Time Soon, has joined the elite group of National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA) Million Dollar Sires. One Time Pepto offspring have earned a total of $1,004,906 in NRCHA competition.
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Boyd Rice & Oh Cay N Short win World’s Greatest Horseman

BRiceOkWorld's Greatest Horseman Champions Boyd Rice and Oh Cay N Short • Photo by Kelsey PecsekTrue to form, the National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA) World's Greatest Horseman Championship finals, held Saturday, Feb. 22, in Fort Worth, Texas, came down to the very last fence run. The showdown in Cowtown ended with Spearman, Texas, professional Boyd Rice capturing the $25,000 World's Greatest Horseman Championship by a half-point aboard Oh Cay N Short.

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NRCHA Rule Book Corrections

rulebSome 2014 National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA) rule books in circulation contain typographical errors. Those inaccuracies have been corrected in the online publication, and the NRCHA is working to correct all printed materials.

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Smart Little Pepinic Becomes NRCHA Million-Dollar Sire

SmartLittlePepinic JWardSmart Little Pepinic and John Ward • Photo by Primo MoralesSmart Little Pepinic has become the National Reined Cow Horse Association's (NRCHA) newest Million-Dollar Sire. The 1993 stallion became a part of the iconic reined cow horse breeding program at the Ward Ranch in Kingsburg, Calif., when ranch founder Greg Ward purchased him as a 2-year-old. John Ward piloted him to the majority of his Equi-Statearnings, totaling $87,762, both in National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) and NRCHA arenas.