The Tulsa Reining Classic drew reiners from all over the country to Oklahoma Aug. 27-Sept. 2. Non-pros duked it out Aug. 30 in the Ford Truck Arena, and after 79 exhibitors went through the ring, Cade McCutcheon and Me And Julio (PT) stood on top with their score of 220.5.
Wednesday, Aug. 29 at the Tulsa Reining Classic continued with flashy reining horses and top-notch competition at Expo Square in Tulsa, Oklahoma, with the advent of two highly competitive but separate futurities. Equo Developing Horse Futurity Ruben Vandorp and Spooks Gotta Shoot (Spooks Gotta Gun x Lipstick Lies x Dynamite Badger), owned by Laurie Hauck, […]
National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Million Dollar Rider and multiple NRHA Open World Champion Rudi Kronsteiner earned his fifth Austrian Reining Horse Association (Austrian RHA) Futurity Championship. He scored a 220 in the Levels 4 and 3 Open with a brilliant run aboard Dr Lee Jeff (Dr Lee Hook x Nu Rum To Smoke x […]
The Austrian Reining Horse Association (ARHA) 3-year-old Futurity Levels 2 and 1 Open were won by go-round leader Jeremy Ropert aboard QT Devil Of Heaven (Dun It On The QT x Moms Lil Ruffian x Lil Ruf Peppy) for owner Jan Tobias Kock. The duo scored a 217 to claim the Championship. The stallion was […]
He won the AustrianRHA Futurity several times already, and after scoring a 223.5 with HA Handsome Harry (Spooks Gotta Whiz x Chick Peas x Smart Chic Olena), National reining Horse Association (NRHA) Million Dollar Rider Rudi Kronsteiner took the lead in Levels 4 and 3 in the 4-Year-Old Open go-round.
During the Austrian Reining Horse Association (AustrianRHA) Futurity go-round, 70 horses entered in the Levels 4-1 Open went through the ring.
Perfection is hard to achieve, but Isnt She Perfect (Walla Walla Whiz x Miss Silver Gun x Colonels Smoking Gun [Gunner]) made it look easy. Kole Price piloted the mare to a 222 at the Buckeye Reining Series Coughlin Automotive Futurity on Aug. 18, which clinched the Level 4 Open Championship by 3 full points. […]
Taylor Zimmerman, of Rogersville, Missouri, wasn’t leaving anything to chance on her quest to win a World championship. That determination helped the 17-year-old rider, who has lifetime reining earnings of $136,943, win the American Quarter Horse Youth Association (AQHYA) Reining World Championship, as well as Reserve honors.