In the aftermath of the highly successful The Run for a Million and the Million Dollar Invitational, the National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Executive Committee and Board of Directors met in Las Vegas to discuss topics surrounding the goal of growing reining worldwide. One highlight was the unanimous approval of the 2020 NRHA Worldwide Eligibility […]
It was hard to tell who got more hugs after the Non-Pro Championship at The Run For A Million: Shelby Clausen or her horse, Smart Tinseltown.
With big paychecks and a ticket to next year’s Million Dollar Invitational on the line, the stakes were high at the Run For A Million today.
The suspense is building! What horses will hit the dirt in Las Vegas for the Run For A Million Invitational? Quarter Horse News has the scoop.
Some of reining’s biggest stars are going to be on television. The new series, called The Last Cowboy, will feature the journey for eight trainers pointing for a $1 million invitational at the upcoming Run For A Million in Las Vegas.
The National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) has created a new category for the Run For A Million reining. The new designation, Category 13, will mean that the earnings from the Run for a Million $1 million invitational will not count towards NRHA lifetime earnings or NRHA Million Dollar status.
The Run For A Million reining will once again be debated by the National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) when it comes before the group’s Board of Directors this week. At issue is the long-term impact the lucrative invitational show could have on the NRHA’s earnings records and milestones.
Purse money from a million-dollar reining invitational planned this summer in Las Vegas will count towards a horse’s lifetime National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) earnings, the organization announced.
A $1 million invitational reining featuring 12 of the sport’s top riders will headline a lucrative new show planned for this August in Las Vegas, Nevada.