21. 6. 19 - WRWS (rb) - Neue Top-Show für 5- bis 15-jährige Pferde: $ 30.000-added AustrianRHA Maturity & NRHA Show 2019.
20. bis 22. September 2019 in Wiener Neustadt
Mit der AustrianRHA Futurity schuf Helmut Schulz vor 13 Jahren nicht nur das höchstdotierte Reining-Turnier in Österreich, sondern eine international renommierte Show, die regelmäßig unter den Top-20-NRHA-Shows weltweit zu finden ist. Nun setzt er noch eins drauf: vom 20. bis 22. September 2019 organisiert Helmut Schulz erstmals eine mit $ 30.000-added dotierte Maturity-&-NRHA-Show. Die NRHA-Show ist zudem Qualifier für die „NRHA European Affiliate Championships 2021”.
„Mit dieser Maturity wollen wir in Wiener Neustadt ein attraktives Turnier für ältere Pferde etablieren“, so Helmut Schulz. „Auch mit einem 10- oder 12-jährigen Pferd soll es möglich sein, Titel und Preisgelder zu gewinnen. Damit wollen wir auch die Trainer unterstützen, denn es soll sinnvoll sein, auch ein älteres Pferd ins Training zu geben. Ich gehe davon aus, dass in diesem Jahr vor allem Österreicher an der Maturity teilnehmen –, die Resonanz ist jedenfalls groß. Bei entsprechender internationaler Teilnahme peilen wir aber Preisgelder wie auf der ‚AustrianRHA Futurity’ an.“
Die „AustrianRHA Maturity & NRHA Show” ist offen für alle Pferde. Die Open- und-Non-Pro Maturity sind in jeweils vier Levels ausgeschrieben. Alle Klassen sind NRHA-approved. Neben dem Preisgeld erhalten die Maturity-Champions jeweils ein Silversmith-Buckle, die Reserve-Champions bestickte Halfter. Nennschluss für die Maturity-Klassen ist der 10. September 2019. Es kann über www.showmanager.info online genannt werden.
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21. 6. 19 - WRWS/NRHA - 2019 NRHA DERBY, June 15 – 23, 2019.
Oklahoma City, OK
Mandy McCutcheon and Party Nite Win NRHA Derby presented by Markel Insurance Non Pro Prelims.
The Non Pro preliminaries of the National Reining Horse Association Derby presented by Markel Insurance wrapped up Tuesday, June 18. The field of 208 was narrowed down to the top riders who would advance to the clean slate finals on Friday in the Jim Norick Coliseum at the Oklahoma State Fairgrounds.
With final entry numbers, the NRHA announced that the 2019 payout for the Non Pro Derby would be slightly larger than in 2018. In fact, the 2019 Non Pro payout will be the third largest in NRHA Derby history.
Finishing with the Non Pro Level 4 preliminary round win was Mandy McCutcheon and Party Nite with a 222.5. Party Nite is by Gunners Special Nite out of Topsail Survivor (by Topsail Whiz), and was bred and raised by Sarah Willeman of Turnabout Farm, Inc. The win came with a check for $1,280.
Shawn Flarida and Hollywooddirtysecret marked an incredible 222 to finish second in the Non Pro Level 4 preliminaries, and top Levels 3, 2, and Non Pro Youth. Hollywooddirtysecret, owned by Shawn Flarida, is by Hollywoodstinseltown out of Maximum RPM. All totaled, preliminary earnings exceeded $2,500.
Jennifer Neudorf and Shining In Town, by Hollywoodstinseltown out of Shine Ann, finished atop the Non Pro Level 1 leaderboard with a 219. Neudorf and Shining In Town also qualified for the finals of the Non Pro Levels 4 – 2 and Youth.
Morris Kulmer and NVR What A Lucky Joe, by Lil Joe Cash out of What A Lucky Hit, topped both the Non Pro Prime Time and Non Pro Masters with a 219, also making the finals in the Non Pro Levels 4 - 2.
Winning the Bob’s Custom Saddles Novice Non Pro Derby Championship was Lindsey McCutcheon on Spooky Vortex with a 217. Spooky Vortex, by Spooks Gotta Whiz and out of Smart Sugar Pop, is owned by Lindsey’s parents Kathleen and Scott McCutcheon.
Look for the detailed recap of McCutcheon and Spooky Vortex’s win in Wednesday’s event coverage.
The top 30 in the Non Pro Levels 4 - 1 will compete in the clean-slate finals on Friday, June 21, as well as the top 20 in the Prime Time and Youth divisions.
Unofficially, it took a 215.5 to make it back in the Non Pro Level 4 and 214.5 in the Non Pro Level 3. In the Non Pro Level 2, the magic number was a 213.5, and in the Non Pro Level 1, contestants needed a 210 or higher. Non Pro Prime Time competitors with a score of 213 (adjusted), Masters riders with a 203.5 (adjusted), and Youth riders with a 208, also earned finals’ berths.
Draw positions for the finals will be determined on Wednesday, June 19, at the Platinum Performance Non Pro Draw Party. The Draw Party will be held at 5:30 p.m. in the Platinum Zone of the Coliseum Arena.
The NRHA Derby presented by Markel Insurance continues Wednesday with the first set of Open Preliminaries in the Jim Norick Coliseum arena. Please visit www.NRHADerby.com for a complete schedule of events, as well as complete results from the show.
21. 6. 19 - WRWS/NRHA - 2019 NRHA DERBY, June 15 – 23, 2019
Oklahoma City, OK
Day 4 Ancillary Winners at NRHA Derby Presented by Markel Insurance
The National Reining Horse Association Derby presented by Markel Insurance features not only the big-money aged event, but also a full slate of ancillary classes. That means that the Oklahoma State Fairgrounds is busy with competition in both the Jim Norick Coliseum and the Adequan Arena.
The first slate of the Novice Horse Open classes was held on Tuesday, June 18. Several competitors will show again in the second slate on Thursday in hopes of winning the High Point Championship buckles presented by Montana Silversmiths.
Nov. Horse Open Level 2  Winner - Jared Leclair and Lime A Rita, owned by Susan Meyer 144.5 – 782.63
Topping the Novice Horse Open Level 2 with a 144.5 was Jared Leclair and Lime A Rita, owned by Susan Meyer. The win added another $782 to the seven-year-old mare’s lifetime earnings.
“We bought her last year from Arno Honstetter. Both Susan and I have been showing her, and she’s been a really good horse to show. She’s one of those mares that, if she trusts you, she will do anything for you,” Leclair said of the mare, by Custom Legend out of She Slides Wright. “Today she was really good. She ran, stopped, and turned big, and circled really well. I showed her in the Open the other day, and she placed fifth and won another thousand. Today we had a nice run, but we just didn’t go as fast.”
Earlier in the year, at the National Reining Breeders Classic, Leclair and Lime A Rita won the Novice Horse Open Level 2 High Point Championship. “We marked a 76 twice down there,” he recalled. “We’ll show this mare one more time here in the Novice on Thursday, and that will be it for this one.”
Leclair has ridden several horses for Meyers. “Susan has some really good horses. She’s been a great customer and we really appreciate her,” he said.
Finishing second in the Nov. Horse Open Level 2 and topping the Level 1 as Max Fontana and Plum In Tinseltown. The pair marked a 143, earning more than $1,201.
“I showed her last week and she did very well. We decided to just show in the Novice for right now, but I think she will do very well because she’s building confidence and is very nice in the show pen,” Fontana said. “She was really good today and with me all the time. I didn’t push 100 percent, but she was ready for what I asked.”
Plum In Tinseltown, a four-year-old mare by Gunners Tinseltown out of Sugarplum Chic, is owned by Rabboni Reining Horses. “She’s a little green about the horse shows but is a very good mare. I’ll show her again in the Novice on Thursday. I thank Rabboni Reining Horses for letting me show her.”
Taking second in the Novice Horse Open Level 1 was Sean Johnson and Heavens Bells (A Sparkling Vintage x Cowboys Belle Bar). Johnson and Heavens Bells, owned by Lisa Mauzerall, marked a 142.5 to in $395.
18. 6. 19 - WRWS/NRHA - 2019 NRHA DERBY, June 15 – 23, 2019
Oklahoma City, OK
Mandy McCutcheon Leads NRHA Derby Non-Pro Preliminaries on Party Nite
The Non-Pro preliminary round of the 2019 National Reining Horse Association Derby presented by Markel Insurance kicked off on Monday, June 17. Just a few runs into the first section, power went out across the Oklahoma City Fairgrounds. A construction vehicle had cut a power line, trapping the operator in the rig due to live electric wires.
Luckily the State Fair Park personnel were able to get the lights back on quickly, and the heavy equipment operator was rescued.
Despite the delay, many great scores were marked in the Jim Norick Coliseum Arena. Leading the Non-Pro Level 4 preliminaries with a 222.5 is NRHA Million Dollar Rider Mandy McCuthcheon on Party Nite. Party Nite is by Gunners Special Nite out of Topsail Survivor (by Topsail Whiz), and was bred and raised by Sarah Willeman of Turnabout Farm, Inc.
McCutcheon and Party Nite, a 4-year-old mare, are coming off a big win at the National Reining Breeders Classic, where they won the Non-Pro Level 4 title. Party Nite is owned by Mandy and her husband Tom McCutcheon of Aubrey, Texas.
Kim Muehlstaetter and Spooks Grand Slam lead the Non-Pro Level 3 with a 219.5. Spooks Grand Slam, a five-year-old by Spooks Gotta Whiz out of Shiney Diamond Lady, is owned by Kim and Martin Muehlstaetter of Scottsdale, Arizona.
Morris Kulmer and NVR What A Lucky Joe are currently tied for the lead of the Non-Pro Level 2 with Jennifer Neudorf and Shining In Town with scores of 219. Kulmer and NVR What A Lucky Joe (Lil Joe Cash x What A Lucky Hit), also sit solo atop the leaderboard for the Non-Pro Prime Time and Masters Division.
Neudorf and Shining In Town (Hollywoodstinseltown x Shine Ann), also lead the Non-Pro Level 1 and the Non-Pro Youth.
Holding steady with the top score of the Bob’s Custom Saddles Novice Non-Pro Derby is Gina-Maria Schumacher and All Right Magnum with a 218.5. The Bob’s Custom Saddles Novice Non-Pro Derby Championship will be decided at the completion of the preliminary round, so Schumacher and All Right Magnum, by Magnum Chic Dream and out of All The Right Motion, are sitting pretty.
Non-Pro preliminary competition continues Tuesday. The top 30 in the Non-Pro Levels 4-1, as well as the top 20 in the Non-Pro Prime Time and Non-Pro Youth, will advance to the clean-slate finals on Friday. The draw for the finals will be decided during the Platinum Performance Non-Pro Draw Party on Wednesday evening.
For complete results and other information, visit www.NRHADerby.com.
18. 6. 19 - WRWS/NRHA - 2019 NRHA DERBY, June 15 – 23, 2019
Oklahoma City, OK
Day Three NRHA Derby Presented by Markel Insurance Ancillary Winners
Oklahoma City, OK -
Winners competing in both slates of ancillary classes at the National Reining Horse Association Derby presented by Markel Insurance have the chance to win High Point Championships. Each High Point Champion receives a gorgeous Montana Silversmiths buckle.
Int. Open  Class Winner and Int. Open High Point Champion - Nick Valentine and Double Loaded Gun, owned by Doug Forzani.
On Sunday, Nick Valentine and Double Loaded Gun tied for the win of the Intermediate Open and came back on Monday to take sole possession of the title. That second win, with a score of 145, secured the High Point Championship, as well as a check for $1,323.
“My horse is very consistent. We had the same score as yesterday, but he felt a little better today,” Valentine said. “He was a little tired yesterday, so I didn’t ride him last night and just let him chill and get more sleep. He had an easy warm up just to let him stretch his legs. He knows his job.”
Double Loaded Gun, owned by Doug Forzani, has been working as both a show horse and a breeding stallion. His oldest foals are now weanlings. “This horse is really talented physically and is bred really, really well. His mind is very special,” Valentine explained.
Valentine and Double Loaded Gun, by Colonels Smoking Gun and out of KR Anniegityergun, will likely go to Tulsa for their next event. “I thank his owners for trusting me with him, and my wife and family and everyone that helps me. You can’t get here by yourself, that’s for sure,” he said.
Ltd. Open /Rookie Pro.  Class Winner and Ltd. Open/Rookie Pro. High Point Champion – Shalene Chartier and Jacd Up Dually, owned by Tony Dudley.
Shalene Chartier and Jacd Up Dually won not one, but two, high point buckles. She and the five-year-old gelding topped the Ltd. Open and Rookie Pro. classes on Sunday and returned to the Adequan Arena on Monday to repeat the wins, clinching the high point wins and more than $514.
“It was very exciting for me. He was very honest both days I showed him, so I’m really happy,” Chartier said.
The young trainer, who works for Matt Armenta in Whitesboro, Texas, had a feeling Jacd Up Dually would do well. “He felt really great warming up, and I knew he would be good from the time I rode him into the pen. I worked on the turn arounds a little bit before we showed and got some help from Matt, but this horse was good yesterday, so there wasn’t much prep for today,’’ she explained.
Jacd Up Dually, by Mister Nicadual and out of Footworks Yellow Jac, is owned by Tony Dudley. “I thank Tony and all the customers who are so supportive and fun to be around. It makes it exciting. Thank you to Matt for the opportunity,” she said.
Finishing second in the Int. Open, Ltd. Open, and Rookie Pro. was Kaleigh Geringer and Lil Coded Jac with a score of 144.5. Lil Coded Jac, by Jacs Electric Spark and out of Hot Coded Candy, is owned by Susan Meyer.
Ltd. Non Pro  Class Winner and Ltd. Non-Pro High Point Champion – McKinnon Larcombe and Designed With Shine.
McKinnon Larcombe and Designed With Shine seem unstoppable. They won the Limited Non-Pro on Saturday with a 145. They topped that score in Monday’s class with a 146, winning $331 and the High Point Championship.
Designed With Shine is owned by McKinnon’s aunt Shauna Larcombe, who purchased the mare from Rosanne Sternberg. Designed With Shine, by Smart And Shiney out of Taris Designer Genes, has more than $69,000 in lifetime earnings.
Taking second in the Limited Non-Pro and pocketing $238 was Grace Bentien and SJR White Knight with a 145. SJR White Knight is by Wimpys Little Step out of Whizs Katrina.
18. 6. 19 - WRWS/NRHA - 2019 NRHA DERBY, June 15 – 23, 2019
Oklahoma City, OK
Day Two Ancillary Winners at NRHA Derby.
The second day at the National Reining Horse Association Derby presented by Markel Insurance saw several more riders win checks in ancillary classes.
Franco Bertolani & Inferno Sixty Six Win Open 
Inferno Sixth Six, by Gunnatrashya out of Snip O Gun, has been catching eyes and turning heads since his three-year-old year, when, with trainer Franco Bertolani, he claimed the NRHA Futurity Reserve Championship after a run-off. Now seven years old, Inferno Sixty Six, owned by Slide or Die LLC, is back in the show pen. He and Bertolani claimed the Open  win at the NRHA Derby, collecting a cool $2,194.
“I have trained him all his life, and he is such a nice horse. The last time I showed him was last August in Tulsa. I just started riding him again to prepare for the Run for a Million in Las Vegas,” Bertolani explained.
The duo marked a 150.5. “He was good. We just went half-speed. I didn’t need to push harder. I just wanted to see what we needed to work on,” Bertolani, an NRHA Million Dollar Rider, noted.
Bertolani and Gunner Dun It Again (Gunner x Dun Its Deja Vu), owned by Paulo Tripoloni, marked a 149.5 to win second, worth an additional $1,580.
Int. Open  Co-Champion Tyson Randle & Suisse Code
Tyson Randle hasn’t been riding Suisse Code for very long, but the pair managed to tie for the win of the Int. Open . “He got sent to me about a month ago, right after the NRBC for a little change of scenery and to be eligible for a few different categories. I showed him one other time in Arizona, so this is his second outing,” Randle said.
The pair marked a 145, worth $490. “He came together nicely today. He’s a real physical horse that can do all the maneuvers well. We got through the turns, which we had a little trouble with in Arizona. He circled really well, and he’s a big stopper with a lot of look,” Randle said.
Suisse Code, by Electric Code and out of Shiney Sushi, is owned by Fritz Leeman.
Int. Open  Co-Champion Nick Valentine & Double Loaded Gun
Nick Valentine and Double Loaded Gun also tied for the Int. Open  win. Double Loaded Gun, by Gunner and out of KR Anniegityergun, has been pulling double-duty as a breeding stallion and show horse. “He’s been collected three days a week and still in training. To do that and get ready for a horse show is pretty special,” Valentine noted.
Valentine added that Double Loaded Gun will show again on Monday. “He was really good today and was right with me the whole time. He was really quiet and relaxed, stopped well, and did everything I asked him to,” Valentine said.
Double Loaded Gun, an eight-year-old owned by Doug Forzani, was shown as a young horse by Jordan Larson, and then did a spell as a non pro horse.
“I’ve had him for about a year. He’s a really talented and good-minded athlete,” he said. “We need to make a plan for him. We might go to Tulsa and maybe Vegas.”
Ltd. Open  and Rookie Pro  Shalene Chartier and Jacd Up Dually
With a score of 144, Shalene Chartier and Jacd Up Dually won both the Ltd. Open  and the Rookie Professional , worth $522. “He was great. I was more than happy with him in the circles and everywhere else. He was very solid. I look forward to showing him again tomorrow in the same class,” Chartier said.
Jacd Up Dually, a five-year-old gelding by Mister Nicadual and out of Footworks Yellow Jac, is owned by Tony Dudley. “I’ve shown him for almost a year now. He’s been so consistent and great for me to show,” Chartier said.
Chartier has worked for Matt Armenta in Whitesboro, Texas, for more than a year. “I thank Matt for all of his help and encouragement, and Tony for letting me show this horse,” she said.
Tying for second in both divisions with scores of 143.5 were Eva Rittner and Diego Gaona. Rittner was riding Whiz Ann Tag (Whiz N Tag Chex x Mifs Doll), owned by JM Reining Inc., while Gaona rode his horse FM Dual Smoken Gun (Colonels Smoking Gun x Dual Cheked).
Nov. Horse Non Pro Level 2  Co Champion Jessicah Keller and Coronarita Time
Non Pro Jessicah Keller has shown many great horses in her career, and homebred Coronarita Time is no exception. The flashy palomino mare is by Shine Big Time and out of Corona Lite Chex. “We raised her. I showed her mother, and my sister showed her grandmother,” Keller explained. “She’s very similar to her mother. Her mom was a huge stopper, and was a palomino, too.”
Keller and Coronarita Time tied for the Novice Horse Non Pro Level 2 win with a score of 143.5, worth $511. “She was great. She really stopped, turned nice, and circled pretty, and she was right there with me,” Keller said. “We started back riding with Trent Harvey in October, and since then we’ve won 11 or 12 thousand. She’s won quite a bit.”
The long term goal for Coronarita Time, owned by Hilldale Farm, is “to win as much as I can then keep her as a broodmare. We’ll show her again on Thursday in the Novice Horse.”
Nov. Horse Non Pro Level 2  Co Champion Alicia Rapp and Loaded And Dancin
Tying for the win of the Novice Horse Non Pro Level 2 was Alicia Rapp and Loaded And Dancin, nicknamed Dirty. “He’s an eight-year-old gelding I purchased at the end of last year from Mark and Shannon Rafacz. I bought him to have a non pro horse and to compete in the 7 & Ups,” Rapp explained.
The pair marked a 143.5, worth $511. “He was great today. He dialed in nicely for me, almost a little too much, but he stayed with me in the run downs. He got turned really nice and circled up good,” Rapp said.
Rapp, of Tampa, Florida, rides with Ted Chancey. She made the trip with her new daughter Loretta. “It was about a 21 hour trip. It was quite the drive with a 13-week-old baby,” she said with a laugh.
Rapp and Loaded And Dancin, by Hes A Loaded Gun and out of One Dancin Diamond, will be quite busy this week, showing Wednesday in the Non Pro and 7 & Up, and Thursday in the Novice Horse Non Pro.
Nov. Horse Non Pro Level 1  Champion Jennifer Gilliam and Darlin Get The Gun
Finishing third in the Novice Horse Non Pro Level 2, and winning the Level 1, was Jennifer Gilliam and Darlin Get The Gun with a score of 143. Total earnings exceeded $949. “She showed really well. We had an early draw and she came out and overall was really good,” Gilliam said. “We will show again in the Novice on Thursday.”
Gilliam, of California, purchased Darlin Get The Gun, by Colonels Smoking Gun and out of Darlins Not Painted, early in the year. “She’s been a lot of fun. I showed a few times in the novice, and my daughter shows her in the short stirrup, so she’s a family horse. She’s been great,” she said.
Gilliam hopes to qualify Darlin Get The Gun for the North American Affiliate Championships in November, and make the 31 hour trek back to Oklahoma City.
Landon Augustin and Chics Dig My Shine finished second in the Novice Horse Non Pro Level 1 with a score of 140.5, collecting $406. Chics Dig My Shine is by Shine Chic Shine out of Starlenas Joy.
17. 6. 19 - WRWS/DQHA - Eric Hoffmann bei den AQHA/DQHA-Horsemanship-Clinics!
Wir stellen Ihnen heute den Chief-Instructor der diesjährigen „AQHA/DQHA-Horsemanship-Clinics“ vor.
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Quarter-Horse-Sport: Pattern für die „Albuch Open“ am 22./23. Juni/Ausschreibungen AQHA-Shows Cunersdorf und Memmingen online mehr...
Appaloosa-Sport: Zeitplan und Starterzahlen für „International German Championship 2019“ vom 20. – 23. Juni in Dönsel mehr...
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Serie mit Sylvia Jäckle: Erfolgreich auf dem Westernturnier in Showmanship at Halter – so gelingt´s! mehr...
Mitmachen: AQHA sucht die schönsten Quarter-Horse-Leserbilder für den Kalender 2020 mehr...
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17. 6. 19 - WRWS/NRHA - 2019 NRHA DERBY: Mehr Finalisten, mehr Geld!
June 15 – 23, 2019 Oklahoma City, OK
More Chances to Win at the NRHA Derby
The National Reining Horse Association Derby presented by Markel Insurance officially kicked off on Saturday, June 15. Earlier this year, the NRHA Board of Directors voted to increase the number of finalists for the event. Not only that but, as in previous years, every finalist in every level will receive a check.
That means that, at a minimum, 60 more checks will find their way into finalists’ hands. “More exhibitors will take home a paycheck this year, a 27 percent increase in total. That increase is the equivalent of adding two levels each with 30 placings,” noted NRHA Chief Financial Officer John Foy. “The NRHA Board approved these conditions and did so with the intention of putting more checks in the hands of exhibitors.”
The Level 4 for both the Open and Non Pro Finals already have the top 30 plus advancing to the finals, but now there will be 30 plus ties advancing to the finals of the Levels 3 – 1 as well. In addition, the top 20, plus ties, in both the Non Pro Prime Time and Non Pro Youth will also make the finals.
“We are excited for exhibitors to have the opportunity to compete for more money this year. By virtue of making their finals, they are guaranteed money,” noted Show Manager Cheryl Cody. “It’s an incredible change and a great opportunity for our contestants.”
Nominators for horses in the NRHA Derby also benefit, as five percent of the earnings go back to the original nominator.
The NRHA Derby is the association’s second largest event and features not only the Derby but also the Interscholastic Equestrian Association Reining Finals and a full slate of NRHA approved classes. For more information, visit www.NRHADerby.com.
ABOUT THE NRHA DERBY PRESENTED BY MARKEL INSURANCE
Running for one week each summer, the NRHA Derby presented by Markel Insurance showcases the world’s best 4-, 5-, and 6-year-old reining horses and their riders. Thousands of exhibitors, horses, and spectators travel to Oklahoma City each year to compete, watch, and shop to their hearts’ content. Learn more about the event at nrhaderby.com.
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