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American Paint Horse Association partnership formed with World Conformation Horse Association
FORT WORTH, Texas – The American Paint Horse Association (APHA) recently entered into a partnership with the World Conformation Horse Association (WCHA). The associations agreed to recognize points earned by Paint Horses at each other’s events for a horse’s performance record as well as World Champion, Reserve World Champion, futurity champion and reserve champion titles. Top 10 finishes will be recognized as well. They will als ... Read the full article

Paul Magistri Wins Dual Novice Horse Non Pro Titles at NRBC with Smart Von Reminic
On the final day of competition at the National Reining Breeders Classic, the National Reining Horse Association Ancillary classes were in full-swing in the East Arena of the Great Southwest Equestrian Center. The first classes of the day were the Novice Horse Non Pro Levels 1 and 2 - and Paul Magistri of Houston, Texas, took both titles. Magistri was riding Smart Von Reminic, and was awarded a 143.5, winning $291 in the Novice Horse Non Pro Lev ... Read the full article

Wrangler introduces the Texas Signature jean from the George Strait Cowboy Cut Collection
Get carried away with the new Texas Signature jean from the George Strait Cowboy Cut Collection™ by Wrangler®. Honoring the Lone Star State – and home of Strait himself – this limited edition jean features, for the first time ever, the iconic brown Wrangler patch transformed into the Texas state flag. Other special features of the Texas Signature jean include Strait’s embroidered signature above the left pocket, the now-famous George Strait Col ... Read the full article

Jared Leclair Rides BL Dream Whiz to Win NRBC Novice Horse Open Level 2
BL Dream Whiz was a sweet dream for rider Jared Leclair at the National Reining Breeders Classic. The gelding, owned by Cam Bearden of Fort Worth, Texas, exceeded his rider's expectations as he won the National Reining Horse Association Novice Horse Open Level 2 with a score of 146.5. "We decided to season him a little bit more this year and show him in the classes like this, just to get him a little more solid. The way he showed today, I probab ... Read the full article

Stephanie Stewart and Peppys Dunit 98 Win NRBC Ancillary Rookie Levels 1 and 2 (1)
Stephanie Stewart has owned Peppys Dunit 98 for less than six months and only showed him twice before heading to the National Reining Breeders Classic for the National Reining Horse Association ancillary classes. But the third show must have been the charm as the Lake Jackson, Texas, Non Pro rider marked a 141 to win Rookie Levels 1 and 2 (1) on Wednesday, April 14. "He was good out there today," Stephanie said. "We've been working since Waco to ... Read the full article

Blake Plemmons Wins NRHA Limited Open at NRBC
The National Reining Horse Association Ancillary Limited Open at the National Reining Breeders Classic in Katy, Texas, was decided in a run-off. In the end, it was Blake Plemmons who won the Championship on Wimpys Little Olena. He has only shown the gelding twice. "We've actually only had him about four weeks, so I was very happy with how he worked," noted Plemmons, who rides with Gabe Hutchins in Aubrey, Texas. "He's a pretty good horse." Plem ... Read the full article

Torpey and McCutcheon Win NRHA Novice Horse Non Pro Level 1 at NRBC
The National Reining Breeders Classic, held annually at the Great Southwest Equestrian Center in Katy, Texas, annually boats a payout that exceeds $1.3 million - and part of that comes from the National Reining Horse Association Ancillary classes that are part of the show. On Wednesday, April 20, Jessica Torpey and Lindsey McCutcheon tied for the Championship of the Novice Horse Non Pro Level 1, and the pair also shared the Reserve title of the ... Read the full article

Maass, Rhoads, and Melo Tie for NRBC Limited Non Pro Ancillary Championship
Not only is the National Reining Breeders Classic one of the world's most elite reining events for 4-, 5- and 6-year-old horses, it also hosts a full-slate of ancillary classes approved by the National Reining Horse Association. Most of the Ancillary classes are held in the East Arena of the Great Southwest Equestrian Center, and on Tuesday, April 19, the first was held. The Limited Non Pro class ended in a three-way tie for first place between ... Read the full article

Jared LeClair Wins 2010 NRBC Novice Horse Open Level 1 on Whiz N Guns
The National Reining Breeders Classic, since its inception, has been the largest added-money reining in the world. And while the elite aged event draws the nation's top 4-, 5-, and 6-year-old reining horses to the Great Southwest Equestrian Center in Katy, Texas, the show also offers a full-slate of National Reining Horse Association ancillary classes. On Thursday, April 15, Jared LeClair won two of them - the Novice Horse Open Level 2 on She Su ... Read the full article

Judith Vetter Wins the Ancillary Limited Open and Rookie Pro at NRBC
Another National Reining Breeders Classic first-time exhibitor is glad she made the trip to Katy, Texas. Judith Vetter not only qualified for the Intermediate Open Classic finals on Nu Chex To Trash, she also won both the National Reining Horse Association Limited Open and Rookie Professional ancillary classes on Hail Of A Nic with a score of 144. The 7-year-old gelding belongs to Dorminy Plantation, Fitzgerald, Georgia, where Vetter has been th ... Read the full article

Texas A&M University Takes Team and Individual Judging Honors at NRBC
In addition to the high-caliber horse showing taking place at the National Reining Breeders Classic, top-notch college students from schools across four states gathered in Katy, Texas, to compete in a horse judging competition. Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, took first place in the Team competition. Karinda Dickens, Cassie Holloway, Amber Marcum, Libby Hallet and Megan Webb were coached by Clay Cavinder and Jeannette Mawyer an ... Read the full article

Josie Coverdale and Twice The Scamp Win NRBC Limited Non Pro (1) Ancillary Class
Josie Coverdale and her 9-year-old gelding, Twice The Scamp, have been showing in the National Reining Horse Association ancillary classes at the National Reining Breeders Classic since 2008. The pair has always done well in the East Arena pen, but they never before made it to the winner's circle. That is until Tuesday, April 13, when Josie and "Gus" marked a 140.5 to take the Limited Non Pro (1) trophy. They collected not only an NRHA pewter tro ... Read the full article

Maass Wins NRHA Rookie Level 2 Title at NRBC on Flashy With Chrome
The National Reining Horse Association ancillary classes at the National Reining Breeders Classic have been good to Alexa Maass. On the first day of competition, she and her horse tied for first in the Limited Non Pro ancillary, and later in the week she tied for the high point buckle of that class. Then, on the final day of competition, Maass, of Houston, Texas, won another class, and another buckle, this time for the Rookie Level 2, with a sco ... Read the full article

Countdown To The Ninth Annual NRBC
Although the National Reining Breeders Classic doesn’t officially begin until Tuesday, April 18, the 2006 event is already having an impact at the Great Southwest Equestrian Center in Katy, Texas. More than 300 Classic entries are arriving in Katy for a chance to compete for $240,000 in guaranteed added money and a total payout over a million. In true NRBC style, decorations are going up, along with sponsor banners, and the show grounds are being ... Read the full article

Morgan Wins National Reining Breeders Classic Non Pro Preliminaries
The 2006 National Reining Breeders Classic kicked off Tuesday, April 18, at the Great Southwest Equestrian Center in Katy, Texas, with the largest Non Pro Classic Preliminaries in NRBC history – 138 entries. Dr. Jim Morgan drew up early to set the leading pace with a 218.5 and won the Non Pro Preliminaries. Riding Hesa Friendly, by Hesa Smart Chic and out of Seduction, Jim earned $7,429 for the Non Pro preliminary win. From Pilot Point, Texas, he ... Read the full article

Jayli Garrison and Danielle Cohen Ride to NRBC Youth Titles
Youth riders ruled the Great Southwest Equestrian Center East Arena during the afternoon of April 23 at the National Reining Breeders Classic. Clinching the victory in the National Reining Horse Association Youth 13 & Under class was Jayli Garrison, Willis, Texas, who rode 6-year-old Red White N Wrangler to a score of 140. Jayli rides at Legacy Ranch with trainer Levi Olson. This year marked Jayli's first trip to the NRBC, and to top it off ... Read the full article

Jordan Donnelly Wins NRHA Novice Horse Non Pro Level 2 at NRBC
There were 27 entries in the Novice Horse Non Pro Level 2 National Reining Horse Association Ancillary class at the National Reining Breeders Classic. When the last entry had left the arena, the title of Champion went to Jordan Donnelly, of Aubrey, Texas, on Smokems Whiz. "She did really well today. She was honest and trustworthy and I didn't have any problems," noted Donnelly, who marked a 146.5 to win $625. Jordan's mother, Kim Ferguson, purc ... Read the full article

Deborah Thompson and Greg Gottschalk are NRBC Ancillary Novice Horse Non Pro Level 1 (1) Co-Champions
At the 2010 National Reining Breeders Classic in Katy, Texas, Deborah Thompson and Greg Gottschalk each earned a National Reining Horse Association Co-Championship. Thompson rode Chic To Please to a score of 141, tying with Gottschalk and Einsteins Resolution in the Novice Horse Non Pro Level 1 (1). The two competitors had decided before the class had ended that, if they remained tied, they would settle for a Co-Championship. It did end in a tie ... Read the full article

Breanna Van Der Schaaf and Sherry Wayne Take NRBC Ancillary Non Pro Titles
The National Reining Horse Association ancillary action at the National Reining Breeders Classic in Katy, Texas, continued Saturday with some tight competition in the Non Pro class. There was room at the top for two competitors who both scored a 145.5 and shared the Non Pro Championship. Each rider earned a check for $732. Sherry Wayne of Taylors, South Carolina, rode One Tuf Muffin to her share of the Co-Championship. The air traffic controller ... Read the full article

Wyatt Deary and Skyler Deshotels Share NRBC 10 & Under Short Stirrup Championship
On Saturday morning at the National Reining Breeders Classic, it was time for the kids to take over the Great Southwest Equestrian Center Coliseum for the National Reining Horse Association 10 & Under Short Stirrup class. The competitors may have been small, but their performances where big. Skyler Deshotels, riding That Little Step, and Wyatt Deary, riding Dun Duel, each scored a 139 to share the Championship. Skyler, who is coached by Josh ... Read the full article

 

 

 

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