As champions were crowned at the 6666 NRHA Derby presented by Markel, two sires also reached new million dollar milestones, with their offspring demonstrating extraordinary talent – continuing their legacies among NRHA’s leading sires.
The pair's Open Derby Championship title follows Down Right Amazing's $100,000 payday at the National Reining Breeders Classic in April, where they marked 230. The stallion also laid down the top score, a 231.5, to pick up a six-figure paycheck in The American Performance Horseman, a special competition held in conjunction with the American Rodeo.
Her offspring, Tribbiani (Gunnatrashya x Chicsdreamofdiamonds x Magnum Chic Dream) captured the L4 Non-Pro Championship for owner Amy Medows. He and Jack Medows left the pen with a check for $31,351.
The 2023 edition of the 6666 National Reining Horse Association Derby presented by Markel kicks off today, Friday, June 16, with the first section of the Open preliminary round. While […]
The National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) is excited to host the $20,000 Invitational Freestyle Reining held at the 2023 6666 NRHA Derby presented by Markel. Sponsored by the Oklahoma City […]
Known to his many fans by his barn name, "Maverick," the flashy stallion Americasnexttopgun has quickly become one of the reining industry's household names.
If a horse needs a big-time name, it's hard to go wrong naming him after an iconic television character.
The sire line headed by a famous bald-faced sorrel stallion led the way among sire lines of NRHA Derby Level 4 Open finalists, but several other stallion families also have strong representation.
The non-pro preliminaries are in the books, and the first champions of the National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Derby have received their crowns.
Lil Dreamin Magnum overcame a lot to win in the ancillary arena at the NRHA Derby.