The November issue of the Digital Reiner is ready!

While we are sure everyone is packing and getting ready to come to OKC for the 2013 NRHA Futurity & Adequan® North American Affiliate Championship Show, take a break and check out the latest issue of the Digital Reiner!

A feature in this month’s Reiner discusses how to determine reiner november coverif your saddle and saddle pad fit properly. Be sure to check out the NRHA Corporate Partners who will have a saddle and saddle pad to fit you and your horse’s needs.

An interesting article for November features the Horse Rhythm Foundation, which uses equine therapy to help veterans of the armed forces and first responders. Based out of Glendale, Ariz., the Horse Rhythm Foundation, along with NRHA Professional Bryant Pace, answer “A Higher Calling” and help Foundation participants cope with psychological and physical challenges.

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Kyle Tack joins NRHA Corporate Partner Family


For Immediate Release – November 4, 2013 – By Christina Brezack – Oklahoma City, Okla. – The National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) is pleased to announce Kyle Tack has become an official NRHA Corporate Partner.

A family-owned and operated business with a permanent retail store located in Whitesboro, Texas, on HWY 377; Kyle Tack’s full service tack store, saddle repair shop and custom leather shop focuses on U.S. manufactured leather goods and products. Taking great pride in custom-made products, Kyle Tack caters to western horse enthusiasts and beginners who are looking for affordable high-quality merchandise. Kyle Tack also represents many high caliber western tack manufacturers.

“We are so excited to be in a position to further support the NRHA and all our riders from the pros down to the short stirrups who are the future of Reining. We proudly partner with the NRHA in their goal of spreading the sport of Reining to as many people as possible,” Marshall Kyle, the owner of Kyle Tack, expressed regarding the new partnership.

In December 2000, Kyle Tack opened its doors as a joint venture between brothers Marshall and Pete Kyle. Today, Kyle Tack is still owned by Marshall and wife Phyllis, and the management of the company has passed to their daughter, Lainey. With over 50 years of combined experience, Kyle Tack offers a well-rounded selection of services and products for the discerning horseman. You can always catch Marshall and Phyllis at the top horse shows including the NRHA Derby, NRHA Futurity and the National Reining Breeders Classic. With a smile on their face and a story to tell, Kyle Tack brings high-quality products to horse enthusiasts across the nation.

Kyle Tack also is prevalent in the global wholesale market, offering leather and strap goods to dealers made from the highest quality Hermann Oak leather. Kyle Tack Wholesale offers training equipment such as reins, headstalls, curb straps, cavesons and much more. Despite worldwide success, Kyle Tack has stayed true to its blue-collar roots, maintaining a small, family-oriented staff that personally sees to every customer’s needs.

It’s a great pleasure to welcome the Kyle family’s expanded role with NRHA. As a long time event sponsor, and now as a Corporate Partner, Kyle Tack has been a loyal supporter of NRHA for many years. We look forward to working with such a storied family and company!

NRHA has over 850 NRHA-approved shows worldwide with nearly $14 million in competition purses annually. Kyle Tack will be an official NRHA Corporate Partner of the NRHA Futurity & Adequan® North American Affiliate Championship Show and NRHA Derby.

Incorporated in 1966, the National Reining Horse Association is the standard-setting body for the sport of Reining. NRHA, with their International Headquarters in Oklahoma City, is responsible for promoting the sport of Reining and working to ensure the highest standards of competition. To learn more about the NRHA, its programs and family of corporate partners, visit

Photo Credit: NRHA – Dawn Baxstrom

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Para-Reining to be Featured at AQHA World Show

From USA Reining Release – By Brad Ettleman - USA Reining, the official sport affiliate for the western discipline of Reining within the international structure of horse sport, announces together with the United States Para-Equestrian Association (USPEA) as well as partners: the American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) and the National Reining Horse Association (NRHA), the introduction of Reining into the Para-Equestrian movement.

To be featured at the 2013 AQHA World Championship Show in Oklahoma City, OK, Para-Reining will include a clinic and educational seminar on Thursday, November 14th and a first-ever Para-Reining demonstration class on Friday, November 15th – marking the maiden Para-Reining ever to be held within the US Para-Equestrian system and a launching of efforts to bring the discipline online as a fully recognized sport in 2014.

Both affiliates of the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF), which serves as the National Governing Body for Equestrian Sport in the United States, USA Reining and USPEA are striving to ensure Para-Reining rules and competitions are in line with events hosted at stakeholder shows. Those stakeholders are chiefly USA Reining founding partners AQHA and NRHA. AQHA will add Para-Reining into its existing and thriving Equestrians with Disabilities Program, and NRHA will work to do the same with a newly launched Adaptive Reining program. Once complete, the integration will allow any Para-Reining event to be multi-approved by any or all of the interested groups, allowing athletes a virtual smorgasbord of options for competitive development.

The role of USA Reining and USPEA are vital as they provide the key pipeline to high performance competition at the international level.  A main goal of the effort, Para-Reining athletes could one day earn a spot to represent their nation at international Para-Reining championships.

The goal of the USPEA is to foster growth in the Para-Equestrian disciplines.  From local horse shows to international Olympic Games, the USPEA will provide Para-Equestrians the knowledge of what they need to succeed.  The USPEA connects with the International Olympic Committee (IOC), the Federation Equestre Internationale (FEI), USA Reining and USEF which provide Para-Equestrians the top equestrian resources.

National Reining Horse Association’s Involvement
The National Reining Horse Association, partnering with their supporting entity, the Reining Horse Sports Foundation (RHSF), is proud to implement an Adaptive Reining Program beginning in 2014. As the standard setting-body for the sport of Reining world-wide, NRHA will approve and recognize Adaptive Reining classes and bring the sport to reining enthusiasts of all ability levels. The program’s standards, rules and policies will ensure NRHA’s ability to offer an inclusive, safe and fun environment for para-equestrians worldwide. RHSF will support the program in the form of scholarships and NRHA Affiliate grants that may be used to award prizes for Adaptive Reining classes.

NRHA is proud to partner with the American Quarter Horse Association, the United States Para-Equestrian Association and USA Reining to champion the cause of para-equestrians. “I’m very excited to be able to expand the access to the sport of Reining. The thrill of experiencing Reining is amazing. NRHA is very happy to provide an avenue in which we can welcome para-equestrians with the Adaptive Reining Program,” said NRHA President Beth Himes.

For more information about attending the USA Reining/USPEA Para-Reining Clinic and Demonstration Class at the AQHA World Championship Show, including schedule, entry form and more, email:

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Reining International de Lyon Results

Story by Simona Diale – Photos by Andrea Bonaga

November 3 – Heza Sure Whiz & Tina Kuenstner-Mantl win the Gran Prix Non Pro by Lambey in Lyon
Lyon, 3 November – The $17,500-added Grand Prix Non Pro counted 30 entries with riders representing eight Nations.  Leaving the best for last was draw 30, Heza Sure Whiz and Austrian Tina Kuenstner-Mantl.  The pair closed their run with a 222.5 for the win.  The 13-year-old stallion by Topsail Whiz and out of Im Not Blonde is owned by Jac Point Quarter Horses of Austria and boasts over $100,000 won in NRHA competition.  Tina and her stallion are also past NRHA Non Pro Reserve World Champions.  “This is my first win in Lyon and I’m really happy for my horse and all my team,” said Tina following her run.

Draw 3, Katharina King and her five-year-old gelding Antarismartin (ARC Antares Surprise x Tarismartin) closed their performance with a 221. Their score held until the very end, but once the curtain fell in Lyon they settled for reserve honors. In third place, with a score of 220.5, were the 2012 NRHA Non Pro World Champions Great Sun Burst and Manuel Bonzano.

The Markel NRHA Open Snaffle Bit Futurity

The morning opened with the Open Snaffle Bit Futurity by Markel.  Two riders tied to win the Level 4 after scoring a 220:  Sigried Weber riding Gallo Del Whiz for owner CDs Quarter Horses and Rudi Kronsteiner riding RH Legacy Whiz for owner Jennifer Nixdorf.

Weber and her mount also won the Level 2 Open Championship.

November 2 – Reining International de Lyon $37,000-added Grand Prix Open Equidia

Colonels Shining Gun and Cira Baeck score big and take home the win!
Lyon, 2 November 2013 – The $37,000-added Grand Prix Open was thrilling to say the least.  In a field of 23 horse-rider-combinations, Belgian NRHA Professional Cira Baeck, riding Katarzyna Roleski’s Colonel Shining Gun, closed her performance with an amazing 231.5.  “This is just a phenomenal horse and I could not be happier,” said Cira about the six-year-old stallion by Gunner and out of Shining Little Peach (by Shining Spark).  “Since the beginning of the week he’s just been getting better and better and today he was superb. I really look forward to showing him in the $100,000-added Shootout in Oklahoma City now!”

Claiming second place honors was NRHA Million Dollar Rider Bernard Fonck aboard Dany & Mireille Cerato’s Sail On Top Whizard.  The pair, who had claimed the NRHA Open World Championship last year posted a 229.  “I couldn’t be happier,” said Bernard about the eight-year-old stallion.  “This is an amazing horse and today he proved it yet again.”

Equidia Open (23 entries)
1. Colonels Shining Gun (Katarzyna Roleski) Cira Baeck 231,5
2. Sail On Top Whizard (Dany & Mireille Cerato) Bernard Fonck 229,0
3. GR JFB BOY (Dominik Reminder) Dominik Reminder 228,5
4. Gunna Be Majestic (Quarter Deeam) Bernard Fonck 227.5

Equità Lyon Western Horse Show Wrap-up
Making the competition even more prestigious was the FEI Euro10,000-added CRI***.  Aboard Whizoom, owned by Jennifer Nixdorf, NRHA Million Dollar Rider Rudi Kronsteiner slid to the highest step of the podium after scoring a 227.

Winning the CRI*, after scoring a 207, was Charlotte Tardrup aboard Magnum Licorice Chic.
The 3 & 4-year-old Futurity Dominik Reminder riding Uwe Gerbig’s Cashworthy took the lead in the Open  Level 4 after scoring a 222.

Riding Thomas Till’s Arc Captain, Philip Haug won the Open  Level 2 scoring a 216.5.
Winning the Futurity Non Pro Level 4, with a score of 213.5, was Barbara Jenzen with Mc Oleaner between the reins.

Taking the Non Pro Level 2 division with a score of 214 was Viktoria Seekircher riding her KN Miss Lenas.  The Non Pro Snaffle Bit 3-year-old Futurity saw Piet Mesdagh ride his Shaza Spook Lil Step to the win, after posting a 216.5, in the Level 4. “This win is particularly sweet because we bred this horse!” said Piet.

In the Level 2, Jennifer Nixdorf and her RH Legacy Whiz took the win after scoring a 208.5.
The Equità Lady’s Cup counted eleven entries with Gina Maria and Gunners Enterprise taking the lead after scoring a 215.  Half a point behind the winners were Charlotte Reynaud and A Flashy Rooster.

Ancillary Action
Opening the competition was the Any Horse Any Rider won by Belgian Bernard Fonck riding Quarter Dream’s Gunna Be Majestic. The pair scored a 72.

The Novice Horse Open Level 2, with a score of 72.5, was claimed by German Grisha Ludwig riding SSR Custom Shines owned by Natalie Schaffner Hirschi.  Winning the Novice Horse Non Pro Level 2, with a score of 71, was Ingrid Vermeiren riding CB Custom Junior.

Winning the $5,500-added Intermediate Open by HBP Associés was Quentin Galliere riding RS Spat Man O War for owner Piet Mesdagh.

Following a three-way tie, after each scoring a 143.5, Anne Sophie Guerriero of France took the win in the Limited Open aboard Chicken Sandwich owned by Eric Defouilhoux. Tying for second place were Klaus Lechner and KH Hes A Smart Jac and Henry Kuehnel riding Trudy Sailor Bar for owner Dorothee Herzner.  The three horse-rider combinations tied for second place in the Intermediate Open.
Winning both the Intermediate and Limited Non Pro by Gaillard was sixteen-year-old Charlotte Reyanaud aboard A Flashy Rooster, owned by her father, Dominique.  The young French rider took the double win after scoring a 215.5.

In the Youth Competition, Mick Betsch and RS Esplendidos Olena won the 13 & Under.  Laura Pouzol and Bar Honny Enterprise won the 14-18.

The National Reining Horse Association is not responsible for information contained in this press release.  Please contact the author or submitting organization for further information, requests or questions.


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Our Loss – Steve Harris

From NCRHA – It is with a sad heart I must share the passing of our friend, Steve Harris. I know reining was made better for the conversations he started. He had a passion for doing things well and true love for the great horses he rode.

Steve Harris was a past NCRHA president, NRHA Champion, successful veterinarian, a father to four children and good friend to many. Steve had the honor of winning the Craig Howard Memorial for highest money winning Non Pro a couple of times but in 2009 he claimed the prize in an special way. He showed four money earning horses; three aged and one futurity horse. All four were foals he had bred. Two of these horses are still winning money with us in 2013.

Steve Harris’ Memorial service is Tuesday at 2 PM at Wayzata Community Church. The complete announcement will be in the Sunday Minneapolis Star Tribune.

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NRHA Demographic Survey Update and Participation Winners Announced

The National Reining Horse Association (NRHA)’s membership once again exceeded average response rates for the demographic survey sent to members worldwide in September. In all, 2,905 members took the survey for a more than 25% response rate. More than 1,928 members responded to the previous loyalty survey sent in July.

The overall objective of the survey is to help NRHA understand key demographic characteristics to help NRHA meet its member’s needs. Feedback and input will be critical in developing new activities, plan events and continue to build relationships with Corporate Partners. NRHA is proud to work with PeopleFirst™, the industry’s first comprehensive human capital management solutions service designed with today’s agricultural operations in mind. PeopleFirst™ is a Zoetis Company (formerly the animal health business of Pfizer.)


All survey participants were entered in a drawing to win one of many NRHA Corporate Partner prizes. NRHA congratulates these winners and sends out a tremendous thanks to all members who shared their opinions with the Association.

The 1,200 members who participated in both the demographic and loyalty surveys, were put into another drawing for prize packages.

NRHA appreciates all members who participated in these surveys!

By Christina Brezack

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Become an NRHA Futurity Buckle Sponsor!

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Become an NRHA Futurity Buckle Sponsor!

 We send a big thank you to current buckle sponsors


Quality awards mean a great deal to both exhibitors and owners. NRHA recognizes the need for expanding awards and continually works towards this goal. However, it is only with the support of the Reining community that programs like these can perpetuate. We hope offering a sponsorship at these levels will open doors for more reining enthusiasts to contribute to this prestigious event. This is an amazing opportunity to have a presence at the 2013 NRHA Futurity and Adequan North American Affiliate Championship show and be recognized by Reining fans around the world.

Thanks to your support of the Montana Silversmiths NRHA Futurity Buckle Program, more than 40 buckles will be awarded to Futurity reserve champions in all Open and Non Pro divisions. In addition, buckles will be given to Top 5, Top 10 and Finalists in the Level 4 Open Futurity division.

Buckle Sponsorship Amenities:

  • Your company name listed in “The Score” printed for distribution at both Non Pro and Open Futurity Finals
  • Your company name listed with a hyperlink to your website on the NRHA Futurity Website
  • One (1) Exhibitor Pass for the duration of the event
  • Public announcements in the Coliseum recognizing level of sponsorship during awards presentations
  • For Reserve Champion Buckle Sponsors ONLY: one (1) banner displayed
NRHA Futurity Reserve Champion Buckle Sponsorship = $750
Level 2 Non Pro                 Level 1 Non Pro
Prime Time Non Pro             Youth Non Pro
Selection is first-come, first-serve when full payment is remitted
NRHA Futurity Finalists Buckle Sponsorship = $500
Level 4 Open Futurity Top 10        Level 4 Open Futurity Finalists
Get the form:
2013 NRHA Futurity Buckle SponsorshipFor questions, please contact:
Christina Brezack – Marketing & Sponsorship Coordinator
405-946-7400 ext. 204
For additional assistance contact Terri Sharp at

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Our Loss – Terry Howell

NRHA is saddened to hear that a dear member and friend, Terry Howell, passed away on October 29. The long-time NRHA member suffered a heart attack in her home in Asheville, N.C.

According to her friends, Terry was a tremendously inspiring person and a rare individual who could make them feel better just by having a conversation with her. Although Terry was paralyzed from the chest down, she rode almost everyday and competed actively in freestyle and rookie classes. In fact, in 2012 Terry placed in the top ten at the All American Quarter Horse Congress Non Pro Freestyle. Terry was passionate about Reining and helped NRHA demonstrate the sport during the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games aboard her horse Meadow Lark alongside NRHA Professional Mike Flarida.

A celebration of life and time of fellowship will be held on Friday, Nov. 1, 2013 from 7-9 p.m. in the chapel of Anders-Rice Funeral Home in Asheville, NC.

NRHA sends it condolences to her family and friends.

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IHSA Announces Western Riders for AQHA Horsemanship Challenge

Contact LA Pomeroy, IHSA media liaison – - 413.586.6121

IHSA Announces Western Riders for AQHA Horsemanship Challenge

Fairfield, CT – (October 25, 2013) – The Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA) and American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) are pleased to confirm eight IHSA Western Horsemanship riders will participate in the 2013 American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) Horsemanship Challenge, November 20-21, during the AQHA World Championship Show in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

The IHSA riders selected include the 2013 IHSA National Championships’ AQHA High Point Rider (Austin Griffith, Ohio State University) and reserve AQHA High Point Rider (Ashley Winters, University of Findlay, who continued her season despite the grief of losing her AQHA show horse to cancer), and a member of the 2013 IHSA National Championships High Point Western Team, Julia Roberts, of West Texas A&M University, who was also selected in 2012 but was competing in collegiate judging (she and her WTAMU team went on to become reserve champions). Emily Honey, of Oregon State University, represents the second (Elizabeth Whitman, 2012) consecutive time OSU riders have earned a slot in the AQHA Horsemanship Challenge.

IHSA riders confirmed to compete in the AQHA Horsemanship Challenge are:IHSA Nationals 2013

Julia Roberts, West Texas A&M University

Austin Griffith, Ohio State University

Douglas Mohr, Ball State University

Emily Honey, Oregon State University

Alissa Frederick, Black Hawk College

Rebecca Strunk, Clemson University

Ashley Winters, University of Findlay

Kodi Anderson, North Central Texas College

Austin Griffith, a business and marketing major at Ohio State, cited both hard work and the IHSA as integral to the path leading him to OKC. The newly-minted AQHA High Point Rider from the 2013 IHSA National Championships is also a two-time (2008, 2009) winner at AQHA Congress.

“I was so excited when I received the invitation,” says the IHSA National’s 2013 reserve AQHA High Point Rider, Ashley Winters, a freshman majoring in Environmental Safety and Occupational Health and Western Equestrian Studies at The University of Findlay. “During the show season I lost my AQHA show horse to cancer. This was an extremely hard time for me and the only way to cope was to keep riding. I knew the open level was going to be really tough and worked really hard, practicing five times a week for reining and horsemanship. The Findlay IHSA Team has wonderful coaches. At Nationals, their advice was to go out there and show them what a freshman can do.” Now she gets her chance to show them at AQHA Worlds.

“This year has just been full of blessings for me, especially going to IHSA Nationals a second time,” says Julia Roberts, who rides on WTAMU’s IHSA National Champion team. “There is a saying that I live by, ‘Hard work beats talent, when talent doesn’t work hard,’ by Tim Notke. This year’s hard work definitely paid off as I was named National Champion in Individual Open Horsemanship and Reserve National Champion in Team Open Horsemanship. Our Western team was also named National Champions — a first for WT! The blessings haven’t stopped now that I have been invited to ride in the Challenge. I am so proud to represent my coach, Amanda Love, and West Texas A&M. Without the support from my family at WT I wouldn’t be where I am today. To ride the quality of horses we will ride at this challenge will be amazing. I can’t wait for November!”

For Douglas Mohr, who will represent Ball State, it’s a dream come true. “Ever since hearing of the AQHA Collegiate Challenge, it’s been a dream to be selected and represent my university, and now that dream is a reality. It’s a huge honor to be one of eight IHSA riders picked, and I am very grateful. To be surrounded by the best collegiate riders will be a humbling and rewarding experience.” Mohr will pursue a masters in Occupational Therapy, having just earned his bachelor’s in Exercise Science.

Animal and Veterinary Science major, Rebecca Strunk (’15) adds, “I was honestly shocked to be invited to this prestigious event. It makes all the long hours of practice worth it. It’s an honor to represent Clemson University and hope to do so to the best of my abilities.”

The eight equestrian athletes representing their educational institutions in the Challenge were selected based on 2012-13 individual statistics for horsemanship. Preliminary AQHA Horsemanship Challenge competition will be Wednesday, Nov. 20, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and the AQHA Horsemanship Challenge finals will be held the following evening.

Learn more about IHSA riders and teams at

Photo: Austin Griffith. Photo Credit: Rich Ormanowski

The National Reining Horse Association is not responsible for information contained in this press release.  Please contact the author or submitting organization for further information, requests or questions.

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SWRHA John Deere Open Futurity Winners – Larcombe & Revolution is Dun

Larcombe Wins John Deere Open Futurity on Revolution Is Dun


When it came down to the second to last horse, Dany Tremblay was leading the pack with a 228.5 on The Wizter owned by MG Reiners of St. Paul, Quebec. Dell Hendricks was just behind with a 228 on Breakout Wrangler, owned by Dan Lindstrom of Gretna, Nebraska. Those are very high scores in futurity competition.

Then, it was Martin Larcombe’s turn on Revolution Is Dun, owned by XCS Ranch. “I knew there were a lot of high scores,” he said shortly after his run. “I just wanted to have a good go.”

Larcombe had better than a good go; he knocked one into the rafters with a scalding performance that netted a 230 point reward – good enough to win the Level 2, 3 and 4 Futurity.1381768_708915149135831_867902437_n

Larcombe has had Revolution Is Dun (Einsteins Revolution X Miss Whiz Done Dunit) since just after this year’s National Reining Breeders Classic in April, purchasing him for XCS Ranch owner Corinna Schumacher from Richard Pokluda and Dr. Bill Rhodes. “Richard did a great job of starting him and I really liked him although I looked at him three times before I bought him,” Larcombe remembers, then laughs. “I’m glad I did!”

He showed “Dallas” at the Tulsa Reining Classic and won the Level 2, and his sights are set, now, on the upcoming NRHA Futurity in Oklahoma City. Larcombe, originally from Australia, worked in Europe 8 years, where he got to know the Schumachers. When they decided to build a ranch in Texas, they hired him to run it and he’s been there now for the past two years.

John Deere Sales Promotion Coordinator Britt Cassaday and Regional Service Coordinator Doug Wick were on hand to present the John Deere Gator sponsored by John Deere and Pettit Machinery for the win. The Level 4 victory also netted $16,926, a Lawson Bronze and a trophy buckle. That, added to his take for the Levels 3 and 2 wins, gave him a total paycheck of $28,467!

A Southwest Reining Horse Association signature Golf Cart goes to the owner of the sire of the furthest advancing foal by a current-year SWRHA Stallion Auction donor, so Revolution Is Dun sire – Einsteins Revolution – netted a golf cart for owners Vandorp and Wagner.

Another golf cart goes each year to the winner of a drawing from stallion owners who have donated a breeding to the Southwest Reining Horse Association Stallion Auction. This year’s winners were Jack and Viola Scott, owners of Magnum Chic Dream.

Finishing as the Reserve Champion in the Level 3 was Dany Tremblay on The Wizster (Gallo Del Cielo X Miss Whizard Jac). The Reserve Title in the Level 2 went to Jared Leclair with a score of 225 on Electric Express (Jacs Electric Spark X Hot Coded Candy) owned by Terry Ranch of Hardin, Texas.

Earlier in the day, it was a rainy afternoon in Ardmore, Oklahoma, and inside the Hardy Murphy Coliseum, the lights were flickering, even going out during one run. But when Mirjam Stillo came on Little Joe Vintage, she illuminated the place, scoring 220.5 to win the John Deere Tractor Open Futurity Level 1 Championship.

Little Joe Vintage is owned by Harper Conner of Dallas, Texas, who also owns his sire, A Sparkling Vintage. Both horses were recently moved to Tom McCutcheon Reining Horses, where Mirjam trains, and A Sparkling Vintage will stand there in 2014. The Level 1 Championship came with a commemorative trophy buckle sponsored by Ardmore First Bank and Trust.

The John Deere Tractor Open Level 1 Reserve Championship went to Kim Obenhaus on Treasure Chest Whiz (Topsail Whiz X Diamonds For Chic) owned by Duane and Wendy Latimer of Overbrook, Oklahoma.

For complete results visit

The National Reining Horse Association is not responsible for information contained in this press release.  Please contact the author or submitting organization for further information, requests or questions.

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