Quarter Horse News followed the contestants through the qualifiers and all the way to Las Vegas.
A look at Best Stop's pedigree will show the influence of the great reining horse foundation sire Joe Cody and the role line breeding plays in this family of horses.
Seventeen riders qualify to compete for the $1 million top prize, including more women than ever before. Meanwhile, the “Run for a Million” has expanded to also encompass cutting and reined cow horse, which test riders’ ability to work with cattle.
During the draw party, it was clear to Lacoste and her family that her late father was present at South Point Arena. Drawing his lucky number 22 for the rookie championship, Lacoste knew she wouldn’t be showing Bond alone.
Just a few days ago, the West Texas Cutting Futurity was running late into the night. Lloyd Cox normally wouldn't bat an eye at a few cattle sets on his last day, but he had to drive five hours back to Fort Worth, pack his bags and catch a flight. Blackish was already in a trailer with Clay Johnson's horses headed straight from Amarillo, Texas to Las Vegas, Nevada.
Have a deeper look at the horses the qualified reiners are taking to Las Vegas.
One of the highest paying events for performance horses is about to kick off on Wednesday, August 16. Two big changes came to The Run For A Million 2023, the […]
It’s an exciting year for cutters. First, they competed on a massive stage during The American Performance Horseman at Globe Life Field, and now for the first time ever, they […]
Call Me Mitch and Phillip Ralls share a special bond earned over the many miles they've covered together. Ralls purchased Mitch as a yearling and has had him in training ever since.
Since 2019 The Run For A Million (TRFAM) has boosted EquiStat offspring earnings for a select number of horses, sires and riders. In honor of the 2023 TRFAM let’s look back at […]