NRHA European Futurity Draws Are Online

March 30 – April 5 ~ Kreuth, Germany

Excitement builds as the 2014 National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) European Futurity approaches.  The Open and Non Pro Futurity draws are now online and may also be found on the website.

On Showmanager,  where you will be able to follow the livescore of the event, you will also find the Entry List of the NRHA ancillary classes – please note that these are ONLY the entries and that you may be able to enter until the evening before the class itself.

Admission is free during the entire show!

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NRHA Futurity Changes – Start Date & Semi-Finals Numbers

Includes 1st Go-Round Start Date & Semi-Finals Numbers

By Christa Morris – Following the 2013 National Reining Horse Association Futurity (NRHA), there were several discussions concerning the NRHA Open Futurity go-round schedule, including horses’ progression from the semi-finals, and then on to the finals. The NRHA Board of Directors reviewed extensive historical data and scores, and has approved an alteration to the number of horses that will advance from the first go-round to the semi-finals. In addition, a change was made concerning the start of the first go-round.

First Go-Round to Start One Day Later
The first go-round of the NRHA Futurity has traditionally started on Thanksgiving Day. The Board received numerous comments from open competitors requesting that the first go-round start one day later to allow horses more time to settle in after being transported from home to Oklahoma City. The Board considered this request, along with a detailed study of the performance of horses competing on the first day. Ultimately, the Board approved the first go-round of the NRHA Futurity Open to begin the day after Thanksgiving (November 28, 2014). More information on move-in scheduling will be forthcoming at a later date.

Number of Horses Advancing to Semi-Finals Altered
Keeping in mind a schedule that is more beneficial to the health and welfare of the horses entered in the NRHA Futurity, the Board of Directors approved an alternative to the number of horses advancing from the first go-round to the semi-finals, as shown below. The Board considered several years’ data, including past composite scores needed to advance to the finals. The numbers listed below are a better reflection of the performances demonstrated by the horses that ultimately advanced. This change will lessen the number of horses moving on to the semi-finals. However, historical research of recent Futurities has shown that none of the horses outside of the advancing number have made it to the finals. No changes were made to the number of horses that advance from the semi-finals to the finals.

Class:                 Number Advancing:
Level 4 Open      Top 100 horses (plus ties)
Level 3 Open      Top 75 horses (plus ties)
Level 2 Open      Top 75 horses (plus ties)
Level 1 Open      Top 50 horses (plus ties)

All horses qualifying for the semi-final will be placed into the regular draw. If you choose to scratch from the semi-final, you will need to fill out a scratch sheet in the show office prior to the horse’s scheduled draw.

Opportunity Added for the Next Top 20 Scores
After the changes stated above were made, the Board chose to provide an additional opportunity for Level 1 Open riders/horses that just missed qualifying for the semi-finals. They will be given an opportunity to compete and win money in a $2,500-added Category 11 class. The class will be added to the schedule and will be open only to the next 20 Level 1 Open entries that missed the semi-finals. This class is not part of the Futurity, and therefore no nomination or entry fees paid for the Futurity will be applied to the class payouts.

About the NRHA Futurity & Adequan® North American Affiliate Championship Show
As the most elite reining event in the world, 3,000-plus entries vie for more than $2 million in cash and prizes. More than 1,300 horses compete and visitors from nearly 20 countries attend to watch the excitement unfold. During its 10-day run, the show contributes more than $67 million to the overall Oklahoma City economy.  Please go to for more information or to download conditions.

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Cactus Reining Classic Recap

By Alden Corrigan for Cactus Reining Classic – Photos by Waltenberry - Cactus Reining Classic held at WestWorld Scottsdale, Arizona March 5-9, 2014 had every element required for a star-studded action movie; top horses and riders filling each division and leaving nothing on the table day in and day out and a cliffhanger ending to the $65,500 Added Lucas Oil Open Derby Level 4 culminating in a run off to remember between Franco Bertolani on CFR Centenario Wimpy and Jordan Larson on Show Me The Buckles that had everyone in the Equidome and watching online on the edge of their seats.

Non Pro Highlights
Kris Loewenthal of Sonoma, California: DRHA Rookie Reserve High Point Champion on Whattadualpep (
Mister Dual Pep x Whattaroyalprincess)

Kris came to Reining in 2013 by way of Jumpers, which she still shows competitively in “I don’t know if it’s my experience or my age, but my nerves at the In Gate were almost overwhelming and I thought I need to do something that doesn’t have fences in it, to get control of my show nerves, and Reining looked like a lot of fun. A lot of people thought this would last for about a year, but I love Reining, it’s an amazing sport, and I couldn’t leave now…the people are great, the horses are insanely talented and it’s a beautiful sport to be a part of.”

In Kris’ “spare time” she is the Chairperson of Giant Steps Equestrian Therapeutic Center in Petaluma California  “Giant Steps has changed my life coming into horses late and on a competitive side, being able to see what they can do from a therapeutic angle for so many disabilities…from physical to mental, from Autism to PTSD to Cerebral Palsy….Having the opportunity to work with Giant Steps has really transformed the way I look at the animals and never under value them.”

Sharee Schwartzenberger of Longmont, Colorado: Salamander Resort & Spa Novice Horse Level 2 Non Pro Challenge and Level 2 Non Pro High Point Division Champion on Game Day Surprize (Hang Ten Surprize & Dunnit N Continental)

Six-year-old Game Day Surprize and Sharee have been together since last year when she bought him as a Derby horse from a client of her fathers. “When the owner talked about selling him my dad said he thought he’d be a good Non Pro horse so I decided to invest in him as my ‘going to the big shows’ horse.  I showed him all last year and did well including winning the Novice Horse Level 2 Affiliate Championship and the Non Pro out in Oklahoma.   After Cactus Reining Classic my big show with him this year will be the NRBC.”

What brings the family all the way from Colorado to Arizona?  “We come every year.  It’s a great show, awesome weather, and if you have a solid run you’ll be in the money.  I won my check back on both horses.”

Cam Essick of Clements, California: $42,500 Added Protect the harvest Non Pro Derby: Level 3 and Prime Time Champion as well as tying for Level 4 Reserve Champion with Wimpys Little Roo and Kim Muehlstaetter and Shiney Enterprise Mandy McCutcheon on Who Loves You (Walla Walla Whiz x Love Em N Lena) of  $9,886.61

Five-year-old Who Loves you is a gelding that Cam bred, raised and shown for almost a year under the guidance of Arno Honstetter at the shows. “He’s a horse that I keep at home, so my challenge as a Non Pro is to make the time while I’m working to manage a show horse and be competitive on a national level  in the aged events.  That’s a huge challenge for me as I do not ride with a trainer at home.  I like that challenge, on the other hand, I’m probably the only one that does that. I have bred every horse I show, so I don’t have the liberty to give up on a horse.

Cam is currently at the top of the leader board for the Four Seasons 2014 Trifecta Non Pro Reining Challenge as well.

Open Highlights
Ollie Galligan of Petaluma, California: NRHA Open and NRHA Intermediate Open High Point Champion with earnings of $1,078 on Lavonne Sturgeon’s California Shines (West Coast Whiz x Shining Maid)

Ollie Galligan of Petaluma, California set a goal at the beginning of the year for his clients and himself to work hard together to really step up their game in 2014. Team Galligan started the year off with two shows in Northern California before heading to the Cactus Reining Classic. Galligan explains, “We got our horses schooled, I pushed my clients, the clients pushed their horses, and we all focused on trying to get to that next level.

Everyone has worked so hard to make it happen at this show, and it’s kind of a bonus because it’s my birthday! Doing well on Cal (California Shines) yesterday was great. We won in the NRHA $500 Added Intermediate Open and then last night in the $NRHA $1,000 Added Open and come back today and be in the running again and get a half point higher than we did yesterday we’re just tickled to death, and I want to thank Brumley Management Group does a beautiful job putting on this big show.”

Franco Bertolani of Aubrey, Texas: $67,500 Added Lucas Oil Open Derby Level 4 Champion  with earnings of $13832.20 on Domenico Lomuto ~ Slide or Die’s CFR Centenario Wimpy (Wimpys Little Step x Miss Hollywood Whiz)

Brazilian rider Franco Bertolani and six-year-old stallion CFR Centenario Wimpy repeated their Open Derby Level 4 winning performance from High Roller Reining Classic 2013 in this year’s $67,500 Added Lucas Oil Open Derby with run that won’t soon be forgotten.  “I think the West Coast brings me luck.  I came back here after High Roller and he was really good.  Jordan Larson and Show Me The Buckles and I were both 225.5 in our first runs.  My horse was a little fresh in the first run and when we came back for the run off he was really good.  Much better than the first one and we marked 231.5.”

The only person who was possibly even more excited than Franco with CFR Centenario Wimpy’s performance was his owner Domenico Lomuto who has owned the stallion since he was a four-year-old.

Domenico got into Reining in a very round about way. As owner of the largest collection of Leica cameras in the world Domenico was approached by a very good friend who asked to purchase one special camera about four years ago.  After repeatedly turning the friend down a photo of a palomino arrived in the mail.  “The note said, “If you send me the camera, the Palomino stud is yours”, so I did it.  The horse was a cow horse.  After that I bought an embryo in the U.S. and things go along then way, and I bought Rio.”

Now two years later, along with Show Me The Buckles’ owner Rebecca Martin, Domenico had to make the call (literally from Rome, Italy) whether or not to go head to head in a run off for the Open Derby title.   “My wife and my daughter were sleeping because it was 3:00 a.m. in Italy when I was watching “Rio” on the computer. Then I received the call from Franco asking what he should do.  Franco said we are here I think we should go ahead (and run off) and I said yes, it’s good for the industry to have a run off.  When Jordan marked a 228.5 I was already thinking of writing a message congratulating him.  I thought I had made the worst decision…..And then when I heard 231.5 I was completely off my sofa sitting on the floor!  I had my headphones on because everyone was asleep, and I started screaming, my wife came out of the bedroom and said what is going on?  I said I want to explain to you how we won the Derby, and she said tell me in the morning,” Lomuto says with a laugh.

The End
Brumley sums up the 2014 event “The will to win, the desire to succeed, the urge to reach your full potential… these are the keys that will unlock the door to personal excellence ~ Confucius. In my opinion this is the perfect quote to describe the 2014 Cactus Reining Classic. As show producers, we could not have asked for a better group of exhibitors to compete at our event.  Everyone brought their ‘A’ game this week and it showed. I am still getting goose bumps thinking about that Open Derby run off Saturday night, and am so excited about the growth in the Non Pro and Youth divisions this year.”

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Horse&Rider’s New Website: The Best of the Magazine and More

From Horse&Rider – Boulder, Colo. - Long considered the go-to resource for Western riders, the Equine Network’s Horse&Rider magazine is proud to announce the expansion of its online coverage to include a revamped website,

“We took a lot of care in choosing a design with a clean look that offered more options,” said the Equine Network’s Digital Director Melissa Kitchen.

Horse&Rider editor Jennifer Paulson said the new website is much more than a redesign.

“We’re excited about the new and all the service it can offer our readers,” Paulson said. “The new website speaks the Horse&Rider mission, just like our other platforms— to offer the best in Western training, how­-to, and advice.

“The site features weekly tips for horse care, training, and solutions, as well as a monthly to-do list to help users develop new goals and improve their riding. We think readers will have fun with the interactive Conformation Clinic—the longest-running department in the print magazine that’s now also online. Not to mention the vast library of past feature content that’s now right at the site’s users’ fingertips. It’s a great addition to our print, social, and digital footprints.”

About the Equine Network
The Equine Network provides, creates, and distributes relevant content and services to passionate horse enthusiasts while connecting them to each other and the marketplace. The Equine Network is the publisher of award-winning magazines: Horse&Rider, EQUUS, Dressage Today, The Trail Rider, Spin to Win Rodeo, American Cowboy, Practical Horseman, and Horse Journal. The Equine Network also publishes a proprietary line of books and DVDs for sale through its store, The Equine Network provides emergency roadside assistance through its recent acquisition of USRider, and is home to several websites including:,,,,, and

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March 10, 2014

Amy Herdy

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NRHA European Futurity – The Schedule

By Simona Diale – The Ostbayernhalle in Kreuth, Germany, will once again welcome the National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) European Futurity March 30 – April 4.  The prestigious event not only provides great competition, but it also is a rendezvous for European reiners and enthusiasts.  On Sunday morning (March 23), riders will get together for the Judges Meeting as they prepare for the first section of the qualifying go-round of the NRHA European Open Futurity which will feature the  €92.000-added L 4, the €35.000-added L 3, the €15.000-added or more L 2 and the €7.500-added or more L 1. Competition will start at 2 p.m.

On Monday morning (March 24), the second section of the Open Futurity will open the day and will be followed by the first go-round of the KL Performance Horses Non Pro Futurity which will offer the €36.000-added L 4, the €11.000-added or more L 3, the €6.400 or more L 2 and the €3.200 or more L 1.

Riders who do not make it to the finals, in both the Open and Non Pro division, will have a chance to make it back by competing in the Consolation which will be held on Wednesday morning (April 2).

The KL Performance Horses Non Pro Futurity finals will be held on Friday, April 4.  Prior to the Non Pro finals, the Open Futurity finalists will be presented.  The Open finals will close the sixth edition of the European Futurity on Saturday, April 5.  During the opening ceremony, the sponsors who generously contributed to the making of the event will be presented to the public.  The European Stallion Auction presentation also will take place.

During the show, a full-slate of NRHA ancillary classes also will be offered.  Amongs these the €10.000-added Open which will be held on Friday, April 4, and the Arcese €5.000-added Non Pro, to be held on Saturday.

Gathering together riders, owners and reining fans, will be the much awaited for Town Talk on Thursday afternoon, prior to the Futurity Draw Party.

Don’t miss out the chance to assist to the NRHA European Futurity, admission is free during the whole week, including the finals. Great competition, great food, a chance to sip a cocktail at the Stallion Bar and to be together with the European reining community cannot be missed. Make your plans to be there!

For further information and latest updates, visit

On Saturday March 29, at 8:30 a.m., the NRHA will be hosting the only NRHA Steward School which will be offered in Europe this year.   Participants will be able to take the test at the end of the day.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Nick Cornelissens: Phone +32(0)477 572 589 or email:

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Betty Flarida – AQHA Merle Wood Humanitarian Award Recipient

AQHA Professional Horsewoman Betty Flarida receives the Merle Wood Humanitarian Award at the 2014 AQHA Convention.

From The American Quarter Horse Association – NRHA Member Betty Flarida of Springfield, Ohio received the 2013 Merle Wood Humanitarian Award form the American Quarter Horse Foundation.Betty Flarida Merle Wood

Betty received the 2013 Merle Wood Humanitarian Award from the American Quarter Horse Foundation March 14 at the 2014 AQHA Convention in New Orleans.

Flarida has always been “all in” when it comes to horses and youth and giving back to the industry.

A youth adviser for the Ohio Quarter Horse Association from 1998 to 2008, Flarida helped the Ohio youth team qualify for the All American Quarter Horse Congress and Built Ford Tough AQHYA World Championship Show.

In the years when Flarida didn’t have immediate family at the Ford Youth World, she and her husband, Bill, helped with many activities and stayed for the full show, serving as counselors, mentors and cheerleaders.

Flarida was a member of the AQHA Youth Activities Committee for 14 years, from 1995 to 2009, attending all committee meetings, some twice a year, in a generous donation of time. In 2008, Flarida was named the AQHA youth adviser of the year.

Flarida was also a horse-show mom for her own sons, Mark, who is now a farrier and two of them, NRHA Five Million Dollar Rider Shawn and Matt, are now professional horse trainers. These days, Flarida is cheering on a grandson who is a horse trainer and another grandson who is just getting involved in youth activities.

The Merle Wood Humanitarian Award is presented each year to an individual whose outstanding voluntary service has been marked by actions or deeds that have enabled young people to experience positive opportunities and or activities involving the American Quarter Horse. A multitude of service activities will be considered and is not restricted to any one type of action or deed involving youth.

Established in 1997 in honor of the late Merle Wood, an AQHA honorary vice president, this award is designed to recognize an individual who exemplifies an ethic of meritorious kindness and benevolence in providing opportunities for all young people to be involved

The deadline for nominations for the 2014 Merle Wood Humanitarian Award is May 1, 2014. For more information, call 806-378-5029 or email For more news on the Merle Wood Humanitarian Award, visit

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AQHA Cattle Novice Championship Update

Level 1 Exhibitors Have Chance to Win Cash

Jackpots, prizes and the prospect to write your name in history are reasons to enter the inaugural Zoetis AQHA Cattle Novice Championship Show.

From American Quarter Horse Association News Release – Money is on the line for competitors at the 2014 Zoetis AQHA Cattle Novice Championship Show, slated for April 17-19 at State Fair Park in Oklahoma City. The show includes Amateur and Youth Reining classes on Friday April 18.

Every class at the Zoetis Cattle Novice Championship, with the exception of performance halter, will feature a jackpot option, including the Reining classes. This is an amazing chance for Level 1-eligible competitors to earn money, haul home great prizes and tout the prestigious title of the first Novice champion in their event.

“Gather your friends for not just a shot at glory, but a chance to Zoetis AQHA Cattle Novice Championship Showearn money back,” said AQHA Executive Director of Shows Patti Carter. “Come team rope, ranch sort, team pen and more! As long as you are eligible for Level 1, you can enter.”

Determining level eligibility is easy – just use the online verification system at Based on exhibitor feedback, AQHA extended the deadline for the Zoetis Cattle Novice Championship. Entries are now due March 21. Download the entry form at

“The new entry deadline allows exhibitors enough time to get prepared for the show, and also for show management to properly plan an AQHA Novice championship-style show,” Carter added.

To ensure that the event is of AQHA-Novice-championship caliber, at least five entries will be needed in each class at the 2014 Zoetis Cattle Novice Championship. If a class has less than five entries by March 21, the class will be cancelled. Fees will be returned to exhibitors who entered cancelled classes. Depending on the actual number of entries, the tentative schedule could be altered, with the show potentially encompassing just Friday, April 18, and Saturday, April 19.

“There’s still time to get your entries in for your shot at cash, prizes and a history-making experience,” Carter said. “If you have friends or know of fellow competitors who were contemplating whether to attend the first Zoetis Cattle Novice Championship, give them that extra nudge to send their entries in.”

Visit to download the entry form, plus view the list of awards, tentative schedule and host hotels.

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$80,000 added Austrian RHA Futurity & NRHA Show

Austria’s Premier Reining Event:
$80,000 added AustrianRHA Futurity & NRHA Show
Deadline for Futurity Entries: June 17
Wiener Neustadt/Austria, August 13-16, 2014

For the eighth time, the facility of H&D Schulz Quarter Horses in Wiener Neustadt will host the prestigious Austrian Reining Horse Association (ARHA) Futurity & NRHA Show. The event belonging to Europe’s major reining shows, is scheduled for August 13 until 16 this year. Besides the $68,000 added Futurity classes, there will be a big NRHA Ancillary Show. The enrollment form will be available shortly. The first deadline for the Futurity will be June 17, 2014. Of course, Futurity horses can be entered after this date, but a late entry fee will have to be charged.

The Austrian Futurity is open for all 3- and 4-year-old reining horses. There will be four Levels in the Open Futurity classes, and three in the Non Pro Futurity classes. All classes are NRHA approved. The Ancillary shows are part of the ARHA Circuit. Please note the new classes Rookie Level I as well as ARHA 7Up Open and ARHA 7Up Non Pro.

For further information please contact:
Gerda Langer – ARHA Team, ARHA – Austrian Reining Horse Association, A – 2392 Sulz im Wienerwald, Raitlstraße 154, Phone +43-2238-8484,
cell phone +43-664-4534726, Fax +43-2238-8545,,

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The Numbers of the 2014 NRHA European Futurity

2014 NRHA European Futurity ~ Kreuth, March 30 – April 2014

By Simona Diale – Over 250 horses are expected to make their way to Kreuth, Germany, where the sixth edition of the National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) European Futurity will be held. Open to 4-year-old horses, nominated in the NRHA European Nomination Program, both the Open Futurity and the KL Performance Horses Non Pro Futurity are run in a qualifying go-round and a final.  To date, more than 150 horses are entered in the Futurity.  A full-slate of NRHA approved classes will also be offered including a €10.000-added Open and Arcese €5,000-added Non Pro.

Riders representing fifteen nations (Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, France, Great Britain, Germany, Israel, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, USA) will be leaving their mark in the beautiful Ostbayernhalle arena, from the grass root level to the elite level.

The Futurity:

The NRHA European Open Futurity will feature the  €92.000-added L 4, the €35.000-added L 3, the €15.000-added or more  L 2 and the €7.500-added or more L 1.  Once again, listed among the entries, are riders that have their names written in the NRHA history books having reached the million dollar milestone:Latimer WEB

– NRHA Million Dollar Rider Duane Latimer from the USA is a multiple AQHA World Champion, an Individual Gold Medalist and Individual Bronze Medalist as well as Team Canada Silver medalist at the FEI World Equestrian Games, an NRHA Futurity Winner, a 2-time NRHA Derby Winner and NRBC Champion.  Latimer will be coming to Kreuth to show Luga Quarter Horses’ Gotta Nifty Gun.  In the very first edition of the NRHA European Futurity, Duane had sfw-Bernard-Fonck-Sail-On-Top-Whizard-BNG_3393sridden Luga Quarter Horses’ Spark N Whiz to the L 4 Open Reserve Championship

– NRHA Million Dollar Rider and multiple NRHA Open World Champion Bernard Fonck of Belgium, now based in Italy, won the first edition of the NRHA European Futurity aboard Sail On Top Whizard (owned by Dany and Mireille Cerato). Fonck will ride back to vy for the title215	Finest Copyshot and Rudi Kronsteiner WEB

– NRHA Million Dollar Rider and past NRHA Open World Champion, Rudi Kronsteiner of Germany, a two-time winner of the NRHA European Futurity, in 2010 aboard Kaystein and in 2011 aboard Finest Copyshot. Rudi will also be back

– In 2012 Morey Fisk won the L 4 Open Championship riding Chic Dreamn Whizard.  Last year he did it again aboard Shiners Morey Fisk - Shiners Party Dress BNG_3771 smParty Dress.  This year the Canadian professional based in France will return to defend the title.

Champions will be coming back to the KL Performance Horses Non Pro Futurity that offers the €36.000-added L 4, the €11.000-added or more L 3, the €6.400 or more L 2 and the €3.200 or more L 1.  A full-slate of NRHA ancillary classes also will be offered.  Among these, the Roleski €10.000-added Open and the Arcese €5.000-added Non Pro.

Two-time NRHA Non Pro World Champion and 2012 NRHA European Futurity L 4 Non Pro co-champion Manuel Bonzano will be back in the pen along with 2012 European Futurity Non Pro L 4 co-champion and 2013 European Derby L 4 Non Pro Champion, Susy Baeck.  Joining the past champions are past NRHA Non Pro World Champions Claudio Risso and Non Pro reserve World Champion Tina Kuenstner-Mantl.  Risso, winner of the very first NRHA European Futurity Non Pro, took the L 4 Non Pro futurity championship last year and Tina claimed reserve honors. Piet Metsdagh of Belgium joined the NRHA World Champions honor roll after taking the reserve non pro title last year.  Piet will also be showing in the Non Pro Futurity in this edition.

Offering the highest added money outside the U.S., the NRHA European Futurity will give more talented reiners the chance of  having their name written next to one of NRHA’s most prestigious titles.

The Ancillary Classes:

Once again the full-slate of ancillary classes held during the European Futurity will thrill the crowds.  High level of competition and the best horse rider-combinations will be shown in the €10.000-added Open which to date counts over 30 entries.  The Arcese €5,000-added Non Pro counts 26 entries and lists the best of Europe’s non professional riders.

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Renew Your Membership Online Today

The National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) is thrilled to unveil online renewals for previous NRHA members!

REWEW ss42-fbHow to renew online:

  1. Log on to the NRHA Members Only section with your NRHA ID and PIN. The log in area is located in the top right corner of
  2. Click on “Renew Membership” at the top of the screen, next to your name.
  3. Supply information as requested to complete the process.

Great benefits of renewing online:

  1. No rush fee
  2. No confirmation fee
  3. Instant access to Members Only contents
  4. Email confirmation to take to the show
  5. Can make donations to the Reining Horse Sports Foundation
  6. Can upgrade NRHA Reiner magazine subscription

The renewal wizard is optimized for desktops and laptops. Compatibility for mobile devices and tablets will be coming soon.

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