Tulsa Reining Classic, Tulsa, OK, $180,000 Added, 580-759-2525
Officials with the Tulsa Reining Classic have placed additional health certification requirements on equine competitors in the wake of recent outbreaks of vesicular stomatitis in central and southwest regions of the United States. Livestock or horses traveling from a state and county that have had vesicular stomatitis diagnosed within the past 30 days, or a […]
Brad and Amanda Kelly and their Adh Mor Ranch enjoy supporting kids in the name of their stallion, PS Mega Shine Chic, affectionately known as “Crush.” Their focus on youth continues at the Tulsa Reining Classic with a new sponsorship — “Crushing the Fees” — through which all youth entry costs will be paid. In other […]
Quarter Horse News is returning to sponsor the Tulsa Reining Classic Stallion Service Auction. The stallion auction has been a great source to purchase discounted breedings to top reining stallions. Bidding opens Aug. 15, and the auction ends at 7 pm on Aug. 30, closing during the show. Colleen McQuay, President of Global Reining Sport […]
Held Aug. 27 – Sept. 2, the Tulsa Reining Classic hosted futurity, derby and ancillary classes. With a surge in Futurity Open entries, it was the biggest show to date. Futurity Open Stars Align for Oh Starry Nite and Latimer in Tulsa Futurity Non-Pro Steed and Bulliard Take Multiple Futurity Non-Pro Championships Derby Open ARC […]
The Tulsa Reining Classic Derby Open was held Sept. 2 at the Expo Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma. After 83 horses went through the ring, the score that landed on top was the highest marked the whole week in the Ford Truck Arena. Derby Levels 4 & 3 Open ARC Gunna Mark Ya & Abby Lengel […]
The Tulsa Reining Classic saw huge numbers in the Futurity Open, contributing to the biggest show the event has had to date. With 116 riders going through the pen, the competition was numerous and tough.
About a month after winning the Collegiate Reining Championship at the National Reining Horse Association Derby, Madison Steed found herself in the winner’s circle again. This time, she piloted Into The Nite to the Turnabout Farm Futurity Levels 4, 3 and 2 Non-Pro championships at the Tulsa Reining Classic.
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, […]