Our Loss – John Hoyt

NRHA is saddened to hear of the passing of John Hoyt on the morning of December 20, 2016. He was surrounded by family and friends in his cabin in Texas. Hoyt was loved and admired by many in the reining community and his presence truly will be missed.

John-hoyt-in-Germany-smallHoyt was a wonderful man and legendary horseman that influenced many of today’s top riders. Al Dunning summed up Hoyt’s influence on reining and other western disciplines by saying, “John is the Dale Wilkinson of the West!” NRHA Judge and long-time friend Greg Darnall added to that opinion by saying, “He’s the John Wayne of the horse training business. He backs away from nothing.” Hoyt was well-known for his ability to mentor others with blunt honesty and to get extraordinary performances out of ordinary horses.

Hoyt, a native Californian, was inducted into the NRHA Hall of Fame in 2010 after a decade-spanning and award-winning career. His accomplishments include more than $49,300 in NRHA earnings and multiple AQHA World Championships. Hoyt qualified for 21 AQHA World Championship Shows in a row. He was the 1986 NRHA Futurity Limited Open Reserve Champion on Okies Sure Bet. In 1988, he rode Lady Kiper to win the Intermediate and Limited Open ancillary classes at the NRHA Derby.

More information regarding John Hoyt’s celebration of life will be posted here when it becomes available.


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NRHA Congratulates the Open Affiliate Champions Crowned at the Adequan® NAAC

Representatives from more than 70 affiliates and 11 regions descended on Oklahoma City, Okla., to battle it out for the Adequan® North American Affiliate Championships (NAAC), a culmination of a year’s worth of preparation and hard work.

NAAC Open Champions, Matthew Palmer & CC Enterprise

NRHA Professional Matthew Palmer piloted Mark Hurd’s CC Enterprise to the NAAC Open title and $2,749.78 with a score of 224, redeeming himself after tying for the win in 2015. The 7-year-old gelding is by Wrangle Whiz and was purchased for Hurd’s oldest daughter to finish her youth career.

“I’m just fortunate to ride him, to be honest,” says Palmer. “This is the best of the best and it’s an honor to compete against some of the people you look up to.”

NRHA Professional Jay Dee Anderson riding Skeets Conquistador and Jared Leclair riding Coded N Karma tied for reserve with a 222 to earn $1,464.56 each.

NAAC Intermediate Open Champions, Jay Dee Anderson & Skeets Conquistador

Anderson and Skeets Conquistador’s 222 held up to earn the NAAC Intermediate Open title for Jay Dee and Janis Anderson. The 8-year-old bay gelding is by Conquistador Whiz. Their second check of the day was worth $1,670.34.

“I’ve been showing here for 37 years, and this was the nicest run I’ve ever had here,” says Anderson.

NRHA Professional Kim Diercks riding Susan and Harry Jones’ Chic From Shinola  and Nicholas Nelson riding Amy Thompson’s KR Smart Lil Devil tied for the reserve title with a score of 217.5, earning both $925.95.

NAAC Limited Open Champions, Parker Wurst & Easy Money Miss

Marshall and Melissa Baird’s Easy Money Miss won the Limited Open championship with NRHA Professional Parker Wurst in the saddle for a score of 219. The 9-year-old mare and Wurst earned a check for $233.47 while riding NRHA Pattern 8.

“I messed up my pattern in the Intermediate Open, so I was glad to have a chance to redeem myself in the Limited Open,” says Wurst.

Gottasmokethatchic and NRHA Professional Matt Goodman scored a 218 for reserve honors for owner Jorge Pernas.

NAAC Rookie Professional Champions, Don McLaughlin & Gangster Maid

Don McLaughlin and Larry Handley’s Gangster Maid bested 11 other entries in the Rookie Professional with a score of 215 for the title and a check for $200. Massimo Tallone and Hangten In Wrangler, owned by Massimo and Amanda Tallone, were Reserve. McLaughlin and Tallone are both NRHA Professionals

NAAC Novice Horse Open Level 1 Champions, Shane Allen Brown & Wimpys Lucky Girl

Wimpys Lucky Girl, ridden by NRHA Professional Shane Allen Brown, slid to the Novice Horse Open Level 1 championship for owner Holly Van Duys. The pair scored a 219 to earn a check for $820.03 for the mare’s third ride of the show.

“Holly showed her twice already this week, and for me to get on her and have her be as honest as she was today, that says a lot about this mare,” says Brown.

Guy Vernon, an NRHA Professional, and Outwestkid, owned by Betsy Hardy, scored a 216.5 for the reserve title.

NAAC Novice Horse Open Level 2 Champions, Dan Huss & Chics Dream

Dan Huss and Morris Kulmer’s Chics Dream scored a 221 to earn the Novice Horse Open Level 2 title and $1,333.27. The NRHA Professional had been using the class to school the 5-year-old gelding for the owner, so the qualification was a nice surprise.

“It was a surprise to qualify, but I was trying real hard to win today,” says Huss. “He placed fifth with Morris earlier this week.”

Gunnin Fancy, ridden by NRHA Professional Shawna Sapergia for owner Alison Howden, scored a 219.5 and secured the reserve title and a check for $869.52.

PHBA Open Awards

The Palomino Horse Breeders of America awarded the highest scoring Palomino in each division during the NAAC. Chics Dream won the Open PHBA Award coming out of the Novice Horse Open Level 2 class.


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NRHA Congratulates the Non Pro Affiliate Champions Crowned at the Adequan® NAAC

Non Professional representatives from more than 70 affiliates and 11 regions descended on Oklahoma City, Okla., to battle it out for the Adequan® North American Affiliate Championships (NAAC), a culmination of a year’s worth of preparation and hard work.

NAAC Non Pro Champions, Shannon Rafacz & Better Not Rest

Shannon Rafacz and her 16-year-old gelding Better Not Rest are no strangers to the winner’s circle. The pair defended their Non Pro NAAC title with a score of 219, making a comeback after an injury earlier this year. The win earned the pair a check of $3,323.35.

“What a special horse…the past 365 days have been amazing,” says Rafacz. “He deserves his place in history as one of the great ones –to own him is a privilege.”

There was a three-way tie for reserve honors with a score of 218: Ashley Weaver riding Starlight Per Se, Cameron Sanford riding GS Smart Kitty Cat and Sheley Brien riding Wimpys Cat Step all earned a check for $1,613.51.

NAAC Intermediate Non Pro Champions, Alicia Rapp & Kelvins Spark 

Alicia Rapp bested a field of 42 horse and rider pairings in the NAAC Intermediate Non Pro with a score of 217, earning $1,991.53.  Her long-time partner, Kelvins Spark, a bay 2007 Quarter Horse gelding carried her throughout the year, culminating in their outstanding showing in Oklahoma City. In Reserve Champion position was Savannah Grace Ostner at the reins of Debbie Honeycutt’s A Bueno Chic.  The pair earned $1,212.24 for their effort.

NAAC Limited Non Pro Champions, Paige Barton & Diamond Oak

Eighteen-year-old Paige Barton claims to be a perfectionist in the arena, and she couldn’t get any better with a score of 217 in the Limited Non Pro to win aboard Diamond Oak. The freshman at Fresno State University had been aiming to bring home a bronze from her trip this year.

“I got second last year, so I wanted to come back and win it. My trainer told me to just go show and forget about training,” she says.

Her score bested the reserve winner, Michelle Miola and Bella Juice by just a half point.

NAAC Prime Time Non Pro Champions, Cady Shaw & Dream Whiz Me

Prime Time Non Pro winner Cady Shaw has been competing in Reining for 33 years. She earned this year’s title on Dream Whiz Me, a second generation reining horse Shaw bred herself.

“I showed her mother, so this was a fun trip,” says Shaw. Her check totaled out to be $831.50 for the win with a score of 216.5.

James Windham and Walks With Swagger picked up the reserve check, equaling $506.13.

NAAC Novice Horse Non Pro Level 1 Champions, Kara Gray Frye & Juice N Silk

Kara Gray Frye capped off a storybook 2016 with a win in the Novice Horse Non Pro Level 1 aboard her Quarter Horse, Juice N Silk, with a score of 218.5. The pair also earned the reserve honors in the Novice Horse Non Pro Level 2.

“My ride was a lot of fun,” she says. “He’s been there for me all year, and today topped it off for me –this was a dream horse show.”

Shannon Kasten was reserve in the Novice Horse Non Pro Level 1 aboard Schoen Smart.

NAAC Novice Horse Non Pro Level 2 Champions, Shannon Rafacz & Iboom

Shannon Rafacz made another appearance in the winner’s circle with Iboom in the Novice Horse Non Pro Level 2 with a score of 219. The win was an unexpected one for Rafacz, but one that she’ll treasure.

“I was hoping to do well, I’ve been doing well with him (this year), but you never really know,” says Rafacz. “He’s been steadily getting better, so I’m excited for the future.”

Silver Spurs Equine Rookie of the Year, Amy Rushing & West Coast Magnum

Amy Rushing’s debut year in the reining show pen culminated in a big way, winning the Silver Spurs Equine Rookie of the Year aboard West Coast Magnum, a horse she leased from Karen Marie Elliot. The former hunter/jumper and Dressage rider decided it was time to join her husband’s discipline and help one of his customers who was sidelined with an injury.

“I had hoped to win this title, but I was trying not to think about it,” says Amy. “My husband says that I can’t think about winning, but to think about every maneuver.”

Her score was also good enough for reserve in the Rookie Level 2.

NAAC Rookie Level 2 Champions, Kylie Robinson & Wimpys Tonnob

Kylie Robinson and her Wimpys Tonnob, scored a 218.5 for the winner’s check of $163.92 to earn the Rookie Level 2 championship.

Robinson’s main goal for 2016 was to bring home the win from Oklahoma City, and after finding the perfect horse earlier this year, the 14-year-old did just that.

“I knew I had a chance of winning, and if he loped off well we’d be set,” says Robinson. “He loped off perfect, so I knew it was time to show.”

NAAC Youth 14-18 Champions, Dani Latimer & Snapbacks

Dani Latimer continued the Latimer family tradition in the reining pen, piloting Snapbacks to a score of 217.5 to secure the Youth 14-18 Youth championship. The 4-year-old mare and Latimer were finalists in the 2015 Futurity, and have spent the past year getting more miles under the saddle.

“She’s just gotten better and more consistent throughout the year,” says Latimer. “She finished the year really strong.”

The 2015 NRHA Youth 14-18 World Champion Terri June Granger was reserve aboard her mare Jeans N Reeboks.

NAAC Youth 13 & Under Champions, Ariana Kate Dejong and White Chocolat Chunk

Ariana Kate Dejong and her family travelled all the way from Canada for her to compete in her first NAAC, and the trip was well worth the drive as the 12-year-old and White Chocolat Chunk won the NAAC Youth 13 & Under championship with a score of 220.

“For our first time down here, I couldn’t ask for anything better out of Chip,” she says. “This is the horse I started reining on three and a half years ago.”

Emma Lane and Gunner Gump finished just a half point behind for the reserve title for their first trip to Oklahoma City.

PHBA Awards

The Palomino Horse Breeders of America (PHBA) awarded the highest scoring Palomino in each class during the NAAC. Ariana Kate Dejong and her White Chocolat Chunk earned the Youth PHBA Award and James Windham and Walks With Swagger earned the Non Pro PHBA Award.


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NRHA Professional of The Year Awards Announced

NRHA Professional of The Year Awards Announced

For Immediate Release – Oklahoma City, Okla., 12-16-2016 - Each year the National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) allows current NRHA members to nominate their peers for five NRHA Professional of the Year awards. Nominees must exemplify excellence in the reining community, and are chosen based on their mastery and contribution to promoting the sport of reining and NRHA. These individuals should set an example of integrity and sincerity within the reining community and to the public. In addition, ensuring the welfare of the reining horse should be the top priority for an NRHA Professional.

The five categories for NRHA Professional of the Year are as follows:

  • NRHA Professional Horseman of the Year
  • NRHA Professional Horsewoman of the Year
  • NRHA Professional Non Pro Coach of the Year
  • NRHA Professional Up-And-Coming Trainer of the Year
  • NRHA Professional Horseman of the Year

NRHA Professional Horseman of the Year

Residing on Hidden Springs Ranch in Gainesville, Texas, Van Luse and his wife Cathy train 365 days a year and it has been said that “reining is a true passion in the Luse houshold.” According to his nominators, Luse “sets an example of integrity with how he handles his horses.”

Many would describe training a horse is a journey from start to finish for Luse. A nominator said, “He recognizes that showing horses is an emotional journey.” With his “patience, respect, passion, and humor,” Luse’s “uplifting” and “unique ability to build teams that trust and support each other” is seen throughout the industry.

Luse’s accolades include, winning the All American Quarter Horse Congress Limited Open Futurity, in addition he took home the championship title in the Intermediate Open Futurity and placed third in the Open Futurity Finals. Luse’s training caters specifically to the rider and horse, no matter the level of skill. Luse “exudes passion” both in and out of the show pen. His training motivates members making them “feel like they never want to quit.” With 23 years in the business, Luse has created a successful training program for himself, his family and his clients.

NRHA Professional Horsewoman of the Year

With 16 years under her belt in the reining industry, Mirjam Stillo, from Rome, Italy, currently resides in Tioga, Texas. Her hard work and dedication to the industry is evident.

“Mirjam is an incredibly talented horsewoman!” said one of her nominators. “She is a great example of a hardworking and dedicated young professional horsewoman.”

Speaking four different languages, Stillo sets herself apart from other professionals in the industry. Working primarily with futurity and derby Prospects, Stillo’s training program also caters to open and aged show horses in addition to colt starting and organizing clinics for her clients.

Many of Stillo’s peers look up to her not only as a remarkable trainer, but also as a role model to women in the industry.  One reining competitor described Stillo as, “a strong female role model,” who is “encouraging and uplifting those around her.”

NRHA Professional Non Pro Coach of the Year

Joe Schmidt has an incredible 20 years of experience in Reining. Originally from California, Schmidt and his family now live and operate out of Tom McCutcheon’s training and breeding facility. In 2014, Schmidt won the NRHA Level 2 Open Derby Championship with horse, Gun Affair. When he is not conducting interviews with professionals or training, Schmidt coaches non pro riders to excel in the show pen.

Spending hours with his students, Schmidt “is knowledgeable and relentless in coaching his non pros” answering any questions his clients have and will not stop teaching until they “get it.” Creating an innovative lesson program, Schmidt engages his students to absorb his coaching methods through entertainment and laughter. A client said he uses “the kind of process that is fun,” creating a learning atmosphere his clients enjoy.

NRHA Up-and-Coming Trainer of the Year

Fernando Salgado, NRHA’s newest up and coming trainer rode his way to a reserve championship during the 2016 NRHA Futurity & Adequan North American Affiliate Championship Show. Taking three horses to the NRHA Open Futurity Finals, Salgado marked a 218.0 aboard Loveya (Gunnatrashya x Love Em N Lena) owned by Cam Essick. Additionally, Salgado rode Bugattti (Gunnatrashya x Shinerette) owned by Jay H. Prather and Hollywood Hype (Hollywoodstinseltown x Shiners Miss Lena) owned by Humphrey Quarter Horses.

Always remaining humble Salgado always “gives credit” to those who have shaped him into the trainer that he is today. Aside from being a hardworking and dedicated trainer who “takes great care of his clients and horses.” His clients also recognize Salgado as a loving husband and father.

NRHA Youth Trainer of the Year

With 34 years in the business, Brett Walters knows a thing or two about Reining.  Owner and head trainer of Walters Equestrian Center in Bourbon, Ind., Walters’ passion in the industry has catered mainly to the future of reining, the youth. Working closely with para reining riders, Walters has made a tremendous impact on riders with special needs.

“As a parent of a child with special needs, I did not have a clear understanding of the challenges that we would face when my son wanted to make the change from pleasure horses to Reining.”

Walters is quoting for saying, “My goal is to guide my students to their personal best, not only as it relates to horses, but in life as well.”

Along with training and giving lessons, Walter holds judges’ cards with NRHA, American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) and United States Equestrian Federation (USEF).

For more information about the NRHA Professionals program or to find a professional to help with training or lessons, visit nrha.com/professionals

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In His Prime: Wimpys Little Step Hits Impressive Milestone Number Nine

For Immediate Release- Oklahoma City, Okla., (12-15-2016)- One of the most decorated National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) sires has done it again. This time, Wimpys Little Step can thank his 12 offspring in the 2016 NRHA Futurity Finals for helping him achieve his newest milestone, NRHA Nine Million Dollar Sire. At 17 years old, Wimpys Little Step is only the second sire to reach this status. The palomino stallion, bred by Hilldale Farm, is owned by Xtra Quarter Horses, LLC of Purcell, Okla.

With several accolades in and out of the show pen, Wimpys Little Step is by NRHA’s newest Three Million Dollar Sire Nu Chex To Cash and out of Leolita Step. Wimpys Little Step took the reining world with Shawn Flarida by the reins, winning the 2002 All American Quarter Horse Congress Futurity and the NRHA Futurity in the same year.

During the 2016 NRHA Futurity, with six offspring in the NRHA Non Pro Futurity Finals, one offspring of Wimpys Little Step took home a Non Pro Futurity Championship. Wimpys Little Jessie (out of Jessie Dot Tari) ridden by Taylor Zimmerman won the Level 1 Non Pro, in addition to placing third in the Level 3 Non Pro, seventh in the Level 4 Non Pro and third in the Level 2 Non Pro. Collectively Zimmerman and Wimpys Little Jessie took home an estimated $44,600.

Aside from the Non Pro Finals, there were an additional six offspring representing Wimpys Little Step in the Open Futurity.

Wimpys Little Step’s all-time top earning progeny include:

  • Wimpys Little Chic (NRHA LTE: $516,555.70)
  • RC Fancy Step  (NRHA LTE: $364,454.80)
  • Wimpyneedsacocktail (NRHA LTE: $208,379.00)
  • Wimpys Little Buddy (NRHA LTE: $276,976.10)
  • CFR Centernario Wimpy (NRHA LTE: $173,740.80)

Altogether Wimpys Little Step’s 12 money earning offspring made over $106,810.00 in the 2016 NRHA Futurity Finals. NRHA welcomes Wimpys Little Step NRHA’s newest Nine Million Dollar Sire.

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Place your bids on top NRHA Stallions in the 2016 Sire & Dam online Auction before Jan 10th!

For Immediate Release – Oklahoma City, Okla., 12-14-2016 – Don’t miss your chance to bid on some of the most notable reining sires the National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) has to offer in the Sire & Dam online auction featuring NRHA’s Elite 20 Stallions.

The NRHA Sire & Dam Program is one of the most historic in the industry, with its formation occurring in 1966. Since then the program has continued to provided significant benefits to its members and participants alike.

Participating sires are eligible for NRHA Futurity & Derby Sire Awards, whereas mare owners have the opportunity to purchase breedings at reduced rates. Offspring of the Sire & Dam program are eligible for reduced entry and later deadlines into the NRHA Futurity & Derby. Most importantly, those offspring are automatically eligible to enter the NRHA Futurity & Derby events.

Visit reiningauction.com and place your bids now, before the auction ends on January 10th, at noon Central Standard Time. An NRHA membership is not required in order to participate but it strongly encouraged.

For more information on the program, including how to donate a breeding to your stallion or purchase a breeding for your mare please contact Hayley Eberle at (405)946-7400 ext. 103 or via email at heberle@nrha.com.

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NRHA European Affiliate Council Reversed Decision on European Futurity and Derby Locations

For Immediate Release – Oklahoma City, Okla., (12-12-2016) – Members of the National Reining Horse Association European Affiliate Council (EAC) reconvened in Oklahoma City on December 3. After consideration of the potential dates for the 2017 and 2018 NRHA European Derby, the NRHA European Affiliate Council held a follow-up meeting to reconsider the matter. The dates would burden an already busy Fall show season and would not be ideal. With this in mind, the EAC reversed their decision on 2017 and 2018 NRHA European Derby locations.

The 2017 NRHA European Futurity will be held in Cremona, Italy on March 27 – April 1, 2017. This NRHA owned event will be managed by the Italian Reining Horse Association.

The 2017 NRHA European Derby will be held in Kreuth, Germany on July 23- July 30, 2017. This NRHA owned event will be managed by NRHA Germany.

The EAC also agreed to hold a meeting in January in conjunction with the NRHA European Summit.

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Mandy McCutcheon: NRHA’s Newest Million Dollar Owner

For Immediate Release- Oklahoma City, Okla., (12-12-2016)- She is one Non Pro rider in a league of her own. Setting new records and achieving things some might call impossible, Mandy McCutcheon is a force in the reining world. This National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Two Million Dollar Rider hit yet another milestone during the 2016 Futurity & Adequan® North American Affiliate Championship (NAAC) Show by becoming the newest NRHA Million Dollar owner. McCutcheon is the first woman to earn both Multi-Million Dollar Rider and Million Dollar Owner statuses.

Over the years, McCutcheon has owned more than 60 horses, including four that she rode to an NRHA Non Pro Futurity Championship. These horses include Hollywoods Striker (by Hollywood Dun it out of Strike Zone), Mi Hollywood Darlin (by Hollywood Jac 86 out of Shesa Royal Colonel), West Coast Mizzen (by West Coast Whiz out of Mizzen Shine), and Ms Whiz Dunit (by Topsail Whiz out of A Bueno Poco Dunit).

During the 2016 NRHA Futurity, McCutcheon owned three horses in the Non Pro Futurity Finals who collectively earned more than $48,720. Those horses were:

  • Special At Nite ridden by Mandy McCutcheon placing third in the Level 4 Non Pro Finals
  • One Last Nite ridden by Mandy McCutcheon tying for fifth in the Level 4 Non Pro Finals
  • Stars At Midnite ridden by Lindsey K. McCutcheon tying for 14th in the Level 4 Non Pro and tying for 10th in the Level 3 Non Pro

NRHA congratulates Mandy McCutcheon for her Million Dollar owner achievement during the 2016 NRHA Futurity & Adequan® NAAC.

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Calling all Junior and Young Rider Reiners in the USA!

In August of 2017 the inaugural FEI World Reining Championships for Juniors & Young Riders will take place in Switzerland!

Important FEI Qualification Criteria:

Qualification period begins January 1, 2017

To be eligible to compete as an individual or as a member of a team an Athlete must achieve a minimum average score of 67 at one CRI3* Juniors or Young Riders during the qualifying period.

Horses must be 7 years of age or older.

Juniors are Athletes from the beginning of the year they reach 14 until the end of the year they reach 18.

Young Riders are Athletes from the beginning of the year they reach 16 until the end of the year they reach 21.

Contact Bryn Wells with any questions.

*More details to come regarding Team USA Selection Procedures*

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Nu Chex To Cash: NRHA’s Newest Three Million Dollar Sire

Three has been said to be a “magic” number. For one National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) stallion and NRHA Hall of Fame Inductee, the number three marks an impressive NRHA milestone. NRHA would like to congratulate Nu Chex To Cash for being the newest NRHA Three Million Dollar Sire.

This 1990 palomino stallion is by Nu Cash and out of Amarilla Chex.  Owned by Hilldale Farm, Nu Chex To Cash stands in Brashear, Texas. Bred by Margaret Drown of Santa Ysabel, Calif., Nu Chex To Cash had much success in the show pen from 1993 to 2002 earning over $57,500 in NRHA Lifetime Earnings. In 2002, Nu Chex to Cash and Jessicah Keller won a World Championship both in the Intermediate and Limited Open. During the same year, Nu Chex To Cash’s offspring, Wimpys Little Step, won the All-American Quarter Horse Congress Futurity and NRHA Futurity under the guidance of NRHA Five Million Dollar Rider Shawn Flarida.

Nu Chex To Cash’s top earning offspring include:

  • Lil Joe Cash (NRHA LTE: $268,103.40)
  • Big Chex To Cash (NRHA LTE: $194,260.30)
  • Hot Smokin Chex (NRHA LTE: $186,598.40)
  • Wimpys Little Step (NRHA LTE: $185,756.50)
  • Nu Chexomatic (NRHA LTE: $ 149,462.70)

At 26 years old, Nu Chex To Cash continues to produce champions and as the newest NRHA Three Million Dollar Sire, he continues to make his legacy known in the reining world.

Founded in 1966, the National Reining Horse Association is a nonprofit association dedicated to promoting and encouraging the development of and public interest in the sport of reining. The focus is on developing and maintaining suitable standards of performance and judging and in providing a fun filled, family-oriented atmosphere. The NRHA would like to continue the celebration of our 50th anniversary with our corporate partners, members and supporters for making this association a true success.

Media Contact:
Hayley Eberle
Manager of Marketing & Communications
National Reining Horse Association
(405) 946-7400 x 103


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