News from the National Reined Cow Horse Association

DT Horses & Hashtags' NRCHA World's Greatest Horseman
One horse, one bridle, and finally, one newly-crowned World's Greatest Horseman has etched his name in the record books.

Coming into the World's Greatest Horseman Finals Shane Steffen and Gunna Be A Smartie were part of a three-way tie for seventh upon completion of the prelims with a composite score of 875 (219.5 herd/ 218.5 rein/ 220 cow/ 217 steer). In the finals, Steffen and Gunna Be A Smartie entered the herd in John Justin Arena where they marked a 219 to kick things off. The indomitable team continued to build momentum in the steer stopping with a score of 225 that placed them solidly among the top five. Then a 223 in the reined work kept them holding strong and moving up the ranks. The final leg of the sudden-death, four-event finals is where Steffen and the 2012 black mare Gunna Be A Smartie delivered a commanding performance on the cow that was rewarded by the judges with a score of 227. While all cow scores were held for the in-arena awards ceremony, Gunna Be A Smartie (Very Smart Remedy x Gunna Be Mine x Gunna Smoke) and Steffen had achieved an 894 composite that was not to be outdone--besting the field by 12 points.

The World’s Greatest Horseman champion received a $50,000 paycheck, plus a host of fabulous awards, including a Custom Sami Fine Silver and Diamond Ring sponsored by Sami Fine Jewelry, Martin Saddlery custom saddle, Gist custom buckle, and CR Morrison trophy all sponsored by DT Horses and Hashtags; Platinum Performance, Nile Crocodile boots from Rios of Mercedes, 30-day supply of UltraCruz Advanced Joint Care from Santa Cruz Animal Health and Classic Equine monogrammed fleece cooler. For the high score in the cow work, Swales was awarded a Gist custom buckle sponsored by DT Horses and Hashtags.

As the high scoring World’s Greatest Horseman cow work winner, Steffen was awarded a Gist custom buckle from DT Horses and Hashtags.

Click here to watch Shane Steffen’s run

The high scoring herd work of the World’s Greatest Horseman finals went to Magicality (Very Smart Remedy x Magical Lena x Little Lenas Legend), owned by Anne Reynolds and ridden by Gusti Buerger, to a score of 221. The high scoring World’s Greatest Horseman herd work winner was presented a Gist custom buckle from DT Horses and Hashtags.

Click here to watch Gusti Buerger’s run

With a stellar performance in the finals reined work, Shane Steffen and Gunna Be A Smartie achieved the high score of 223. The high scoring World’s Greatest Horseman reined work winner was awarded a Gist custom buckle from DT Horses and Hashtags.

Click here to watch Shane Steffen’s run

The high score in the finals steer stopping was a tie with identical scores of 227. CSR Lay Down Sally (Dual Spark x Look At Her Glo x CD O Cody) ridden by Chris Dawson for owner Linda Mars marked a 227. Sharing top honors was Shiney Outlaw (Very Smart Remedy x Gunna Be Mine x Gunna Smoke) ridden by Jay McLaughlin for owner Michelle Cannon.

The high scoring World’s Greatest Horseman steer stopping winners were awarded a Gist custom buckle from DT Horses and Hashtags.

Click here to watch Chris Dawson’s run
Click here to watch Shane Jay McLaughlin’s run

MARS Equestrian™ World's Greatest Horseman
Emerging as the champion of a hotly-contested World's Greatest Youth Horseman field was Cutter McLaughlin and his stalwart equine partner, CD Dee Vee Dee (CD Lights x Shiners Missy Jay x Shining Spark). Coming into the fence work only finals, McLaughlin held the lead with a 594.5 composite (150 herd / 145.5 rein / 149 cow), which he followed up with a 152 in the finals down the fence to seal the deal.

The World’s Greatest Horseman Youth Champion earned $2,445 and was awarded a custom saddle from Bob’s Custom Saddles and CR Morrison trophy, both sponsored by MARS Equestrian™; a Gist Silversmith’s custom buckle, a 50X custom hat by Shorty’s Hattery, a YETI Cooler from the National High School Rodeo Association, a 25 lb. UltraCruz Advanced Gastric Support from San Juan Ranch and Santa Cruz Animal Health.

As the high scoring World’s Greatest Youth Horseman herd work winner, McLaughlin was awarded a Gist custom buckle from Pam and Billy Minick. As the high scoring World’s Greatest Youth Horseman cow work winner, McLaughlin was awarded another Gist custom buckle from Pam and Billy Minick.
 
The high scoring World’s Greatest Youth Horseman rein work winner was Tyree Swales riding CD Shiner (CD Olena x Shiners Little Oak x Shining Spark), owned by Colleen Penner, to a 146. Swales was awarded a Gist custom buckle from Pam and Billy Minick.

The high scoring World’s Greatest Youth Horseman steer stopping winner was Trevor Hale riding Seven S Crazy Horse (Hickorys Indian Pep x Seven S Babe x Seven S Zanaday) owned by Terry S. Forst. Hale was awarded the Robbie Schroeder Memorial Saddle by Jeff Smith’s Custom Saddles sponsored by the Mary F. Atkinson Charitable Lead Trust.

Click here to watch Cutter McLaughlin’s run

National High School Rodeo Invitational
Saturday morning in Will Rogers Memorial Coliseum was reserved for the High School Rodeo Invitational. Emerging as the champion was Tylor Todd riding her 2011 gelding Mr Stylish Cat (Mr Playinstylish x Lil Sally Cat x High Brow Cat) to a 144 in the reined work and 145.5 on the cow for a 289.5.

Todd earned $375, and was awarded a custom saddle from Bob’s Custom Saddles sponsored by Garth and Amanda Gardiner and a YETI Cooler from the National High School Rodeo Association.

Click here to watch Tylor Todd’s run

Open Bridle World Champion
The newly-crowned Open Bridle World Champion is Its Time To Smokum (One Time Pepto x Smokum Chicy x Smart Chic Olena), ridden by Mark Sigler, of Collegeville, Pennsylvania, for the Dominic L. Conicelli Estate. Its Time To Smokum and Sigler won the prelims and were awarded scores of 224 in the reined work and a 220.5 on the cow for the winning composite of 444.5, which was worth $9,492.

The Open Bridle Champion was presented with a custom saddle by Don Rich sponsored by Texas Landmark Realtors, a Gist Silversmith’s custom buckle sponsored by Stock Horse of Texas, a CR Morrison trophy sponsored by Performance Horse Digest, a custom bridle by Preston Williams, a Western Legacy 60 percent true custom hat from Western Legacy Company, a one-month supply of Platinum Performance® GI, a CR RanchWear commemorative World Finals jacket, and an UltraCruz® grooming kit from San Juan Ranch and Santa Cruz Animal Health.

To watch Mark Sigler’s run click here

Limited Open Hackamore World Champion
Taking the Limited Open Hackamore World Championship home to Gainesville, Texas, was BehindChicNWire (Travelin Jonez x Montanas Enterpriz x Mister Montana Nic) owned and ridden by Liam Macneill. The judges rewarded BehindChicNWire a 218.5 on the reined work and a 221 on the cow for a 439.5 composite worth $3,730.

The Limited Open Hackamore Champion was awarded a custom saddle by Don Rich, a Gist Silversmith’s custom buckle, a CR Morrison trophy, a CowTrac System, a Western Legacy 60 percent true custom hat from Western Legacy Company, a one-month supply of Platinum Performance GI, a CR RanchWear commemorative World Finals jacket, and an UltraCruz grooming kit from San Juan Ranch and Santa Cruz Animal Health.

To watch Liam Macneill’s run click here

Youth Cow Horse World Champion
Taking the Youth Cow Horse World Championship home to Millarville, Alberta, Canada, was Tyree Swales riding Colleen Penner's 2006 gelding CD Shiner (CD Olena x Shiners Little Oak x Shining Spark). Swales marked a 218 on the reined work, which he followed up with an impressive 221 down the fence for the winning 439 composite.

The Youth Cow Horse Champion earned $680, and was awarded a custom saddle by Saddle House sponsored by the stallion The Animal, a Gist Silversmith’s custom buckle sponsored by Infinite Reproduction and Genetics, a CR Morrison trophy sponsored by Doug and Carol Williamson, a Western Legacy 60 percent true custom hat from Western Legacy Company, a $2,000 NRCHA Youth Scholarship, Horsepower Boots from Rios of Mercedes, a one-month supply of Platinum Performance GI, a CR RanchWear commemorative World Finals jacket, custom spurs from RT Bit and Spur, and an UltraCruz grooming kit from San Juan Ranch and Santa Cruz Animal Health.

Swales also won the Youth Cow Horse 13 & Under by virtue of his 286 (146 rein / 140 cow) in the prelims. He was awarded a headstall with custom buckle from RT Bit and Spur.

To watch Tyree Swales’ run click here

Youth Limited World Champion
Jubilee Stringfellow, of Calera, Oklahoma, earned the Youth Limited World Championship riding her 2014 mare Jills Last Bet (Bet Hesa Cat x Shiners Diamond Jill x Shining Spark). Stringfellow marked a 218 on the reined work portion of her run, which she followed up with an outstanding 226 on the cow for a 444 composite.

The Youth Limited Champion was awarded $980, plus a custom saddle by Jeff Smith’s Custom Saddles sponsored by Balance Ranch, a Gist Silversmith’s custom buckle sponsored by Infinite Reproduction and Genetics, a CR Morrison trophy sponsored by Walter and Jocelyn Greeman’s Hat 6 Ranch, a Western Legacy 60 percent true custom hat from Western Legacy Company, a $1,250 NRCHA Youth Scholarship, Horsepower Boots from Rios of Mercedes, a one-month supply of Platinum Performance GI, a CR RanchWear commemorative World Finals jacket, custom spurs from RT Bit and Spur, and an UltraCruz grooming kit from San Juan Ranch and Santa Cruz Animal Health.

Colorado cowgirl Landri Lisac of Pueblo, won the Youth Limited 13 & Under riding LooksLikeLuckToMe (Smart Boons x Dual Lookin Pep x Dual Pep), owned by her sister Lannie-Jo Lisac. Landri marked a 292 (146 rein / 146 cow) in the prelims.

The Youth Limited 13 & Under winner was awarded a headstall with custom buckle from RT Bit and Spur.

To watch Jubilee Stringfellow’s run click here

World's Greatest Horseman, presented by DT Horses & Hashtags, cow work prelims and aggregate

Magicality, ridden by Gusti Buerger, of King Hill, Idaho, for Joyce W. Pearson, laid down a scorching 224.5 to win the World's Greatest Horseman cow work prelims. The 2010 stallion is by Very Smart Remedy and out of Magical Lena by Little Lenas Legend, and had NRCHA lifetime earnings in excess of $91,000 under the guidance of Anne Reynolds prior to the Celebration of Champions.

Magicality and Buerger lead the aggregate going into the finals with an 887.5 (220.5 herd / 226 rein / 216.5 steer / 224.5 cow).

Click here to watch Gusti Buerger’s run

DT Horses & Hashtags' World's Greatest Horseman steer stopping prelims
High score of the World's Greatest Horseman steer stopping prelims was a massive 228 put up by Cats Picasso (Metallic Cat x Playboys Vixen x Hickoryote), ridden by defending World's Greatest Horseman John Swales for Coast Performance Horses.

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Youth Cow Horse prelims & MARS Equestrian™ Youth World's Greatest Horseman cow prelims
Earning top honors in today's highly competitive Youth Cow Horse class was Cutter McLaughlin, of Clarendon, Texas, riding his 2005 gelding CD Dee Vee Dee (CD Lights x Shiners Missy Jay x Shining Spark). McLaughlin earned high marks of 145.5 in the reined work and an outstanding 149 on the cow for a combined 294.5. Since the Youth Cow Horse and World's Greatest Youth Horseman were run concurrently, CD Dee Vee Dee and McLaughlin also shared the Youth World's Greatest Horseman cow work prelim win with their 149 down the fence. CD Dee Vee Dee is owned by Cutter's parents, Jay and Wendy McLaughlin. TRR Lucky Playgun (Pepcid x TRR Ms Lucky Gun x Playgun), ridden by Trail Townsend and owned by his dad Tripp, also scored a 149 on the cow to tie with McLaughlin.

A score of 286 was needed in order to qualify for the Youth Cow Horse Finals, which will be held Friday, February 19 in the John Justin Arena.

CD Dee Vee Dee and McLaughlin lead the World's Greatest Youth Horseman composite with a 444.5 (145.5 rein / 149 cow / 150 steer). The World's Greatest Youth Horseman complete the herd work portion of the four-event contest on Saturday, February 20 at 1 p.m.

Click here to watch Cutter McLaughlin’s run

MARS Equestrian™ World's Greatest Youth Horseman steer stopping prelims
Winning today's World's Greatest Youth Horseman steer stopping prelims was Trevor Hale, Perryton, Texas, riding Terry Forst's 2009 gelding Seven S Crazy Horse (Hickorys Indian Pep x Seven S Babe x Seven S Zanaday). Hale marked an outstanding 154.

Click here to watch Trevor Hale’s run

Youth Limited prelims
Colorado cowgirl Landri Lisac of Pueblo, won the Youth Limited prelims riding LooksLikeLuckToMe (Smart Boons x Dual Lookin Pep x Dual Pep ), owned by her sister Lannie-Jo Lisac. Landri marked a 292 (146 rein / 146 cow).

A score of 285.5 was needed in order to qualify for the Youth Cow Horse Finals, featuring the top 14, which will be held Friday, February 19 in the John Justin Arena.

Click here to watch Landri Lisac’s run

Tres Osos Cow Horse Derby Open Reined Work
Gunna Bet My Boon (Gunnatrashya x Flo N Blu Boon x Pretty Boy Boon) ridden by Clayton Edsall turned in a tremendous 222.5 to top the Tres Osos Cow Horse Derby Open reined work prelims. Gunna Bet My Boon is owned by Beverly Servi and was bred by Alpha Quarter Horses, LLC.

Saddling At Sunrise (WR This Cats Smart x Sunshine Ingredient x Mr Sun O Lena) ridden by NRCHA Million Dollar Rider Boyd Rice leads both the Derby Open and Novice Horse composites with a 442.5 (224 herd / 218.5 cow). Burnett Ranches, LLC is owner and breeder of the 2016 stallion.

Derby Open entries tackle the third and final phase of competition beginning on Sunday, February 14 and concluding on Monday, February 15 in John Justin Arena, at which time the Derby Open championship will be decided.

To watch Clayton Edsall’s click here

Tres Osos Cow Horse Derby Intermediate Open & Novice Horse Reined Work
SJR Smooth Lil Oak (Smooth As A Cat x Shiners Little Oak x Shining Spark), ridden by Kyle Noyce for owner Jamie Dvorak-Compton, topped the Intermediate Open and Novice Horse reined work with a 220.5. San Juan Ranch is the breeder SJR Smooth Lil Oak.

Leading the Intermediate Open composite with a 442 (222.5 herd / 219.5 rein) is Seven S Razzberry (Blind Sided x Seven S Valentina x Playgun), ridden by Jordan Williams for owner R.A. Brown Ranch. Seven S Razzberry was bred by RT Stuart Ranch, LLC.

To watch Kyle Noyce’s click here

Tres Osos Cow Horse Derby Limited Open Reined Work
The high score of the Derby Limited Open reined work was a 220 posted by Eight Karat Diamond (CD Diamond x Whiz Guinevere x Topsail Whiz), ridden by Abigayle Mixon for Dr. Harry and Patrice Prince. The breeder of Eight Karat Diamond was San Juan Ranch. Eight Karat Diamond and Mixon are tied for the high composite score of the Derby Limited Open with a 434 thanks to their winning reined work coupled with a 214 out of the herd.

Sharing the lead in the Limited Open with a 434 (218 herd / 216 rein) is Kual N Smooth Talkin (Smooth Talkin Style x Dual Kual x Dual Pep ) ridden by Luke Hammerness for owner Danny Poole. Kual N Smooth Talkin was bred by Jimmy Kemp, Jr. Move That Rock (That CD Rocks x Smokums Dual Move x Mister Dual Pep), ridden by Cara Hencratt for owner Debbie Proctor, also scored a 434 (216 herd / 218 rein). Erin Mendes is the breeder of Move That Rock.

To watch Abigayle Mixon’s click here

Tres Osos Cow Horse Derby Level One Limited Open Reined Work
There was a tie for the high score of the Derby Level One Limited Open reined work with a 218. Move That Rock (That CD Rocks x Smokums Dual Move x Mister Dual Pep), ridden by Cara Hencratt for owner Debbie Proctor, was a 218 and also leads the composite with a 434 (216 herd). Erin Mendes is the breeder of Move That Rock.

Sharing the lead in the Level One Limited Open reined work was Smart With Chicks (Smart Chic Olena x Shining Donna x Shining Spark), ridden by Alex Alves for A&S Performance Horses, LLC. Guida Quarter Horses USA is the breeder of Smart With Chicks.

To watch Cara Hencratt’s click here

To watch Alex Alves’s click here

Tres Osos Cow Horse Derby Non Pro Limited Reined Work
Tying for the win in Friday's Non Pro Limited reined work was Erin Jones of Allerton, Iowa, riding Chex Out Tuff (Woody Be Tuff x Chex Out My Hiney x High Brow Cat) thanks to a solid 218.5. Chex Out Tuff is owned by Lane Jones and was bred by Roger Turner.

Jones tied with Calley Rae Satriana and her 2016 mare Smooth Cat Voo (Smooth As A Cat x Voodoo Chic x Smart Chic Olena), who also scored a 218.5. Smooth Cat Voo was bred by Rogers Heaven Sent Ranch, LLC.

To watch Erin Jones’s click here

$5,000 Non Pro Limited Prelims
With identical composite scores of 290.5, two teams shared top honors in the $5,000 Non Pro Limited prelims. Kelli Buckley rode the 2013 gelding One Time Safari (One Time Royalty x Dualin Safari x Playin Safari), owned by Mark Buckley, to split the lead thanks to a 145 in the reined work and 145.5 on the cow. Buckley also topped the $1,000 Non Pro Limited prelims. The cutoff to qualify for Monday's $5,000 Non Pro Limited finals field of 12 was a 284.5.

Tying with Buckley, Olivia Gardner and I Cee Dee Cow (CD Lights x Shiney Sushi x Shining Spark) also marked a 290.5 (146 rein / 144.5 cow). I Cee Dee Cow is owned by Shelly Gardner. A score of 283.5 was needed to make the $1,000 Non Pro Limited finals, which take place on Tuesday, February 16, and feature 14 qualifiers.

To watch Kelli Buckley’s click here
To watch Olivia Gardner’s click here

Select Non Pro Limited Champion
Winning the Select Non Pro Limited, which does not have a finals, was Cheryl Chown riding DCR High As A Cat (High Brow Cat x The Doctress Orders x Dual Rey). Chown earned the victory on the strength of her 288 (144 rein / 144 cow). DCR High As A Cat is a 2015 gelding owned by Robert and Cheryl Chown. Chown was awarded a Western Legacy 60 percent true custom hat from Western Legacy Company and $150 Farnam gift certificate.

To watch Cheryl Chown’s click here

Tres Osos Cow Horse Derby Open Champion
Following the completion of six sets of Derby Open cow work it was the 2020 NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity® co-reserve champion SnapDragons (Gunnatrashya x Catnaps x High Brow Cat), ridden by NRCHA Million Dollar Rider Zane Davis of Blackfoot, Idaho, that claimed the victory. Marking the highest score of the cow work with a picture-perfect 225.5, SnapDragons and Davis cinched the win with a 663.5 (217 herd / 221 rein). SnapDragons is owned by Shane Law and was bred by Flying V Ranch.

The Derby Open champions earned $29,368 for their efforts, plus top-notch awards including a custom saddle by Jeff Smith’s Custom Saddles sponsored by Tres Osos Performance Horses, a Gist Silversmith’s custom buckle, a one-month supply of Platinum Performance® GI, a Tres Osos Ranch monogrammed vest, and an UltraCruz® grooming kit from San Juan Ranch and Santa Cruz Animal Health.

To watch Zane Davis’ run click here

Tres Osos Cow Horse Derby Intermediate Open Champion
One Time Edition (One Time Pepto x PG Special Edition x Playgun), ridden by Ron Ralls of Gainesville, Texas, for Bell Quarter Horses, topped the Derby Intermediate Open with a 656.5 (218 herd / 219 rein / 219.5 cow). Flag Ranch LLC is the breeder of One Time Edition.

The Derby Intermediate Open Champion banked $8,974, and was awarded a Gist Silversmith’s custom buckle, a one-month supply of Platinum Performance GI, and a Tres Osos Performance Horses monogrammed vest.

High cow score honors in the Derby Intermediate Open ended in a tie with identical marks of 222.5. Dr Boonolena (WR This Cats Smart x Badabing Badaboon x Peptoboonsmal), ridden by C.J. Shopbell for owner Ann Matthews, and SCR TooSweetToDual (Reys Dual Badger x Tuesdays Sugar Cat x Metallic Cat), ridden by Jaton Lord for owner Kristina Groselle, shared the win. Dr Boonolena was bred by Gallegos Performance Horses LLC. Jaton Lord Horses, LLC, is the breeder of SCR TooSweetToDual.

To watch Ron Ralls’ run click here

Tres Osos Cow Horse Derby Limited Open Champion
The highest composite in the Derby Limited Open was a 651.5 (216 herd / 214 rein / 221.5 cow) by Steady Eddie, ridden by James Milum for owner Kevin Wood. Sired by Dual Rey and out of the Peptoboonsmal daughter Nurse Nita, Steady Eddie was bred by Linda Holmes. Milum's cow score of 221.5 down the fence was the high mark of the Derby Limited Open cow work.

The Derby Limited Open champion received a $3,220 paycheck, a Gist Silversmith’s custom buckle, a one-month supply of Platinum Performance GI, and a Tres Osos Performance Horses monogrammed vest.

To watch James Milum’s run click here

Tres Osos Cow Horse Derby Level One Limited Open Champion
Topping the Derby Level One Limited Open with a 650.5 (214 herd / 217.5 rein / 219 cow) was GunnaLetThePaintFlo (Gunnatrashya x Like To Flo x Like A Diamond) ridden by Trey Pool for owners Jeffrey and Wendy Oswood. The Oswood's were the breeders of GunnaLetThePaintFlo.

The Derby Level One Limited Open Champion was awarded $4,604 and presented with a Gist Silversmith’s custom buckle, a one-month supply of Platinum Performance GI, a Tres Osos Performance Horses monogrammed vest, and an UltraCruz grooming kit from San Juan Ranch and Santa Cruz Animal Health.

To watch Trey Pool’s run click here

Tres Osos Cow Horse Derby Novice Horse Champion
Saddling At Sunrise (WR This Cats Smart x Sunshine Ingredient x Mr Sun O Lena), ridden by NRCHA Million Dollar Rider Boyd Rice, earned the Derby Novice Horse championship with a 662.5 (224 herd / 218.5 cow / 220 cow). Burnett Ranches, LLC, is owner and breeder of the 2016 stallion.
 
The Derby Novice Horse champion was awarded $6,457, and received a one-month supply of Platinum Performance GI, a Tres Osos Performance Horses monogrammed vest, and a tack room ceiling cover.

To watch Boyd Rice’s run click here

$5,000 Non Pro Limited World Champion
Scoring a 437.5 (218.5 rein / 219 cow) to capture the title of $5,000 Non Pro Limited World Champion was Erin Keys, of Oxford, Pennsylvania, riding her 2015 mare ShesShootinForGold (PRF Spoonful Of Gold x Gunners Easter Lilly x Colonels Smoking Gun).

Keys banked $3,295 for her efforts and was awarded a custom saddle by Saddle House, which was sponsored by Two Bit Performance Horses; a Gist Silversmith’s custom buckle, a CR Morrison trophy, a Western Legacy 60 percent true custom hat from Western Legacy Company, a one-month supply of Platinum Performance GI, a CR RanchWear commemorative World Finals jacket, and an UltraCruz grooming kit from San Juan Ranch and Santa Cruz Animal Health.

To watch Erin Keys’ run click here

Limited Open Bridle World Champion
Caymus Pepto (Peptoboonsmal x Bet On Merada x Bet On Me 498), ridden by Bob Grant of Camp Verde, Arizona, for owner Cynthia Baker, is the Limited Open Bridle World Champion thanks to a composite score of 435 (215 rein / 220 cow). Grant qualified three horses for the Limited Open Bridle Finals and finished an impressive first, second and third.

The Limited Open Bridle Champion went home with a $3,825 paycheck and top-notch awards including a custom saddle by Tad Sanders, which was sponsored by Todd Bergen Performance Horses; a Gist Silversmith’s custom buckle, a CR Morrison trophy sponsored by Walter and Jocelyn Greeman of Hat 6 Ranch, a Western Legacy 60 percent true custom hat from Western Legacy Company, a one-month supply of Platinum Performance GI, a CR RanchWear commemorative World Finals jacket, and an UltraCruz grooming kit from San Juan Ranch and Santa Cruz Animal Health.

To watch Bob Grant’s run click here

Non Pro Bridle prelims
Sareece Brown and Nee On Lights (CD Lights x Shine Smartly x Shining Spark) dominated the Non Pro Bridle prelims with a 294 (147 rein / 147 cow). Nee On Lights is owned by Yellow Creek Ranch.

The Non Pro Bridle Finals will be held on Tuesday, February 16. A 287 was needed to be among the top 10 advancing to the finals.

To watch Sareece Brown’s run click here

Non Pro Hackamore prelims
Following the completion of the Non Pro Hackamore prelims, it was Addison Coutts and Sioux Per Boom (A Shiner Named Sioux x Boom N Tari x Boomernic) leading the field into Wednesday's finals with a 289 (144 rein / 145 cow).

A score of 283 was needed in order to qualify for the Non Pro Hackamore Finals.

To watch Addison Coutts’s run click here

Non Pro Hackamore World Champion
Taking the title of Non Pro Hackamore World Champion home to Scales Mound, Illinois, was Addison Fjelstad riding her 2016 gelding Peppy Reyn (Reynshine x Blondies Peppy Grace x Dual Peppy). Fjelstad and Peppy Reyn teamed up for a composite of 434 (214.5 rein / 219.5 cow) to earn $4,400.

The Non Pro Hackamore Champion was awarded a custom saddle by Saddle House sponsored by Cannon Quarter Horses and Shiney Outlaw, a Gist Silversmith’s custom buckle sponsored by Rent A Stall Mat, a CR Morrison trophy, a Western Legacy 60 percent true custom hat from Western Legacy Company, a one-month supply of Platinum Performance® GI, a CR RanchWear commemorative World Finals jacket, and an UltraCruz® grooming kit from San Juan Ranch and Santa Cruz Animal Health.

To watch Addison Fjelstad’s click here

Open Hackamore World Champion
SJR Smooth Lil Oak (Smooth As A Cat x Shiners Little Oak x Shining Spark), ridden by Kyle Noyce, of Blanchard, Oklahoma, for owner Jamie Dvorak-Compton, captured the Open Hackamore World Championship with a score of 448. A 221 in the reined work combined with their massive 227 on the cow to cinch the win for Noyce and SJR Smooth Lil Oak.

The Open Hackamore Champion banked $10,420 and was awarded a custom saddle by Don Rich sponsored by the stallion Slooow Ride, a Gist Silversmith’s custom buckle sponsored by Rent A Stall Mat, a CR Morrison trophy, a Western Legacy 60 percent true custom hat from Western Legacy Company, a one-month supply of Platinum Performance GI, a CR RanchWear commemorative World Finals jacket, and an UltraCruz grooming kit from San Juan Ranch and Santa Cruz Animal Health.

To watch Kyle Noyce’s click here

Limited Open Hackamore Prelims
Scoring a 293.5 (145.5 rein / 148 cow) to top today's Limited Open Hackamore prelims in the John Justin Arena was BK Spark Of Genius (WR This Cats Smart x Ms Shining Spark x Shining Spark) ridden by Marcha Duvenage, of Neilburg, Saskatchewan, Canada. The 2015 stallion is owned by Teryl Vandooren and Kevin Ellis.

A score of 282 was needed in order to qualify for the Limited Open Hackamore Finals, which will take place on Friday, February 19.

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Open Bridle Prelims
Winning today's Open Bridle prelims was Its Time To Smokum (One Time Pepto x Smokum Chicy x Smart Chic Olena), ridden by Mark Sigler, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, for the Dominic L. Conicelli Estate. Its Time To Smokum and Sigler scored an outstanding 298 (147 rein / 151 cow).

Sigler and Its Time To Smokum also earned the Intermediate Open Bridle title and $1,620 by virtue of their performance in today's prelims. The Intermediate Open Bridle high scoring team was awarding a complimentary stomach scope and dose of Legend® from Oklahoma Equine.

A score of 291 was needed to qualify for the Open Bridle Finals, which will take place Friday, February 19.

To watch Mark Sigler’s click here

Non Pro Bridle Select Champion
Pam Myers, Parma, Idaho, and her 2012 gelding Stylish Cat N Jazz (Tin Top Kat x Cattys Dual Jazz x Dual Jazz) earned the Non Pro Bridle Select win and $630 thanks to scores of 142.5 in the reined work and 145 on the cow for a combined 287.5.

Myers was awarded a Western Legacy 60 percent true custom hat from Western Legacy Company and a $150 Farnam gift certificate from Farnam.

To watch Pam Myers’ click here

NRCHA World's Greatest Horseman Reined Work Preliminaries
Magicality, ridden by Gusti Buerger, of King Hill, Idaho, for Joyce W. Pearson, laid down a crowd-pleasing 226 to win the World's Greatest Horseman reined work prelims. The 2010 stallion is by Very Smart Remedy and out of Magical Lena by Little Lenas Legend, and had NRCHA lifetime earnings in excess of $91,000 under the guidance of Anne Reynolds prior to the Celebration of Champions. Magicality and Buerger also lead the aggregate with a 446.5 (220.5 herd/ 226 rein).

$1,000 Non Pro Limited World Champion
Scoring a 439.5 (217.5 rein / 222 cow) to capture the title of $1,000 Non Pro Limited World Champion was Kelsey Delaplaine, of Cleburne, Texas, riding her 2015 gelding Starlight Driver (Hydrive Cat x Starlights Lynn x Grays Starlight).

Delaplaine banked $2,190 for her efforts and was awarded a custom saddle by DC Cow Horse Gear donated by Trey and Sandra Neal; a Gist Silversmith’s custom buckle, a CR Morrison trophy, a Western Legacy 60 percent true custom hat from Western Legacy Company, a one-month supply of Platinum Performance® GI, a CR RanchWear commemorative World Finals jacket, and an UltraCruz® grooming kit from San Juan Ranch and Santa Cruz Animal Health.

To watch Kelsey Delaplaine’s run click here

Open Two Rein World Champion
Scoring a 443.5 (222 rein / 221.5 cow) to top today's Open Two Rein Finals held in the John Justin Arena was Still Get Jealous (One Time Pepto x ARC Cat Her Please x Chic Please) ridden by Nick Dowers, of Dyer, Nevada. The 2013 stallion is owned by Trigg Marquis.

The Open Two Rein Champion went home with a $5,964 paycheck and top-notch awards including a custom saddle by Saddle House, a Gist Silversmith’s custom buckle sponsored by Mike and Kelly Warner of The Final Cut Ranch, a CR Morrison trophy, a Western Legacy 60 percent true custom hat from Western Legacy Company, a one-month supply of Platinum Performance GI, a CR RanchWear commemorative World Finals jacket, and an UltraCruz grooming kit from San Juan Ranch and Santa Cruz Animal Health.

To watch Nick Dowers’s run click here

Non Pro Bridle World Champion
Winning the Non Pro Bridle World Championship was Sareece Brown, of Franklin, Tennessee, who advanced to the Finals in the No. 1 position and never relinquished her hold on the top spot. Brown rode Nee On Lights (CD Lights x Shine Smartly x Shining Spark), owned by Yellow Creek Ranch, to a 442.5 (218 rein / 224.5 cow).

The Non Pro Bridle Champion was presented with a $5,028 paycheck and a custom saddle by Don Rich sponsored by Walter and Jocelyn Greeman of Hat 6 Ranch, a Gist Silversmith’s custom buckle sponsored by Rent A Stall Mat, a CR Morrison trophy, a Western Legacy 60 percent true custom hat from Western Legacy Company, a one-month supply of Platinum Performance GI, a CR RanchWear commemorative World Finals jacket, and an UltraCruz grooming kit from San Juan Ranch and Santa Cruz Animal Health.

To watch Sareece Brown’s run click here

Open Hackamore prelims
Following the completion of the Open Hackamore prelims, it was Kreyzy Horse (Dual Rey x Shes Twice As Smooth x Smooth As A Cat), ridden by Kelby Phillips for owner Taylor Sheridan, leading the field into Wednesday's finals with a 295.5 (146.5 rein / 149 cow).

A score of 291.5 was needed in order to be among the top 13 (14, includes one tie) Open Hackamore finalists.

To watch Kelby Phillips’s run click here

APHA Chrome Cash Incentive
The Tres Osos Cow Horse Derby Open APHA Chrome Cash Incentive, sponsored by McSpyder Ranch, was awarded to Crackintallic (Metallic Cat x Smart Crackin Chic x Smart Chic Olena). Crackintallic was ridden by Chris Dawson, of Perrin, Texas, for Holy Cow Performance Horses, Texas, to a 656 (218.5 herd / 214 rein / 223.5 cow) for earnings of $1,750.

The Tres Osos Cow Horse Derby Non Pro APHA Chrome Cash Incentive, sponsored by McSpyder Ranch, was awarded to Emily Kent, of Jacksboro, Texas, riding her gelding On The Reydio (Reydioactive x Bewitching Ichi x Cat Ichi). Kent scored a 642.5 (214.5 herd / 218 rein / 210 cow) for earnings of $750.

Chrome Cash added $2,000 for entries at the 2020 NRCHA Celebration of Champions Tres Osos Cow Horse Derby that are registered by the American Paint Horse Association.

 

Intermediate Non Pro Bridle World Champion
Securing their second NRCHA World Championship of the week, Tylor Todd, of Rexford, Kansas, and her 2011 gelding Mr Stylish Cat (Mr Playinstylish x Lil Sally Cat x High Brow Cat) followed up their Novice Non Pro Bridle victory by securing the Intermediate Non Pro Bridle title. Todd's 222 on her cow combined with a 214 in the reined work for a 436 composite. Todd pocketed $3,270 for her efforts.

The Intermediate Non Pro Bridle champion was awarded a custom saddle by Don Rich, a Gist Silversmith’s custom buckle, a C.R. Morrison trophy, a Western Legacy 60 percent true custom hat from Western Legacy Company, a CR RanchWear commemorative World Finals jacket, a one-month supply of Platinum Performance GI, and an UltraCruz grooming kit from San Juan Ranch and Santa Cruz Animal Health.

To watch Tylor Todd’s click here

Tres Osos Cow Horse Derby Non Pro Limited Champion
Melinda Mayes-Kelly, of Weatherford, Texas, and her 2016 gelding Angies Metallic Time (Metallic Cat x Angelena Time x One Time Pepto) turned in a rock-solid 648 (213 herd / 213 rein / 222 cow) to earn the Derby Non Pro Limited championship. Dan Churchill is the breeder of Angies Metallic Cat.

Mayes-Kelly earned $3,680 as the Derby Non Pro Limited Champion, plus a Gist Silversmith’s custom buckle sponsored by Walter and Jocelyn Greeman’s Hat 6 Ranch, a one-month supply of Platinum Performance GI, a Tres Osos Ranch monogrammed vest, and an UltraCruz grooming kit from San Juan Ranch and Santa Cruz Animal Health.

Turning in the high cow work score of today's Non Pro Limited competition was Joel Jewett riding White Tail Ranch Performance Horses' KK Sugar Twist (Kit Kat Sugar x Shania Twist x Freckles Fancy Twist) bred by John or Jana Thacker. The judges rewarded Jewett with an outstanding score of 225 on the cow.

To watch Melinda Mayes-Kelly’s click here

Tres Osos Cow Horse Derby Non Pro Champion
The highest composite in the Derby Non Pro was a 656 (217.5 herd / 213.5 rein / 225 cow) by Parke Greeson riding SCR BetThisTime. The Bet Hesa Cat son out of the mare PRF One Time Candi, by One Time Pepto, was bred by Milton and Bridey Greeson and is owned by Sarco Creek Ranch. Greeson's score of 225 down the fence was the high mark of the Derby Non Pro cow work.

Greeson, of Victoria, Texas, earned $5,944 plus a Gist Silversmith’s custom buckle sponsored by Doug and Carol Williamson, a one-month supply of Platinum Performance GI, a Tres Osos Ranch monogrammed vest, and an UltraCruz grooming kit from San Juan Ranch and Santa Cruz Animal Health.

To watch Melinda Parke Greeson’s click here

Tres Osos Cow Horse Derby Intermediate & Novice Non Pro Champion
Winning both the Derby Intermediate Non Pro and Novice Non Pro was Kristy Kay Miller, of Tryon, Nebraska, riding her 2016 mare Glamour Royallty (One Time Royalty x Kitna Rey x Dual Rey). Miller achieved a composite score of 650 (219 herd / 215 rein / 216 cow). Glamour Royalty was bred by Scott Murdock.
 
Miller won a combined $3,909, plus two Gist Silversmith’s custom buckles sponsored by Jonathan and Laura Yarbrough, two one-month supplies of Platinum Performance GI, and two Tres Osos Ranch monogrammed vests.

To watch Kristy Kay Miller’s click here

Tres Osos Cow Horse Derby Amateur Champion
Trail Townsend, of Earth, Texas, and TRR Lucky Brazos (Pepcid x TRR Ms Lucky Gun x Playgun) laid down the high cow work score of the Derby Intermediate Non Pro, Novice Non Pro and Amateur divisions with a 219.5. Townsend’s composite score of 646.5 (214 herd / 213 rein) secured the Derby Amateur title and $2,533. TRR Lucky Brazos was bred by Tongue River Ranch and is owned by Trail’s dad Tripp Townsend.
 
The Derby Amateur Champion was awarded a Gist Silversmith’s custom buckle sponsored by Jonathan and Laura Yarbrough, a one-month supply of Platinum Performance GI, a Tres Osos Ranch monogrammed vest, and an UltraCruz grooming kit from San Juan Ranch and Santa Cruz Animal Health.

To watch Trail Townsend’s click here

Open Two Rein Prelims
Scoring a 292.5 (147 rein / 145.5 cow) to top today's Open Two Rein prelims held in the Will Rogers Memorial Coliseum was Still Get Jealous (One Time Pepto x ARC Cat Her Please x Chic Please) ridden by Nick Dowers. The 2013 stallion is owned by Trigg Marquis.

The Open Two Rein Finals take place on Tuesday, February 16. A 285.5 was needed to be among the top 10 advancing to the finals.

To watch Nick Dowers’s click here

Limited Open Bridle Prelims
Qualifying for the Limited Open Bridle Finals in the No. 1 position after winning today's prelims was SCC Royal Gentleman (Two T General Mosby x Golden Royaletta x Bank Berry) ridden by Alex Alves for Snodgress Cattle Co. SCC Royal Gentleman and Alves marked a 290 (144 rein / 146 cow).

The Limited Open Bridle Finals take place on Monday, February 15 in the John Justin Arena. It took a score of 280 to be among the top-10 qualifiers for the Limited Open Bridle Finals.

To watch Alex Alves’s click here

Tres Osos Cow Horse Derby Open cow work
Following the completion of six sets of Derby Open cow work, CR Dees Be Tuff (Woody Be Tuff x CR Dees Boon Meow x Peptoboonsmal), a 2016 gelding ridden by NRCHA Million Dollar Rider Kelby Phillips, leads the pack with a 223.5.

Saddling At Sunrise (WR This Cats Smart x Sunshine Ingredient x Mr Sun O Lena), ridden by NRCHA Million Dollar Rider Boyd Rice, leads both the Derby Open and Novice Horse composites with a 662.5 (224 herd / 218.5 cow / 222 cow). Burnett Ranches, LLC is owner and breeder of the 2016 stallion.

Five sets of Derby Open cow work remain and will conclude on Monday, February 15 in John Justin Arena, at which time the Derby Open championship will be determined.

To watch Kelby Phillips’s click here

The journey to NRCHA World Champion status became a reality for three competitors on day No. 4 of the National Reined Cow Horse Association Celebration of Champions at Will Rogers Memorial Center in Fort Worth, Texas. Championships were awarded in the Non Pro Limited, Non Pro Two Rein and Novice Non Pro Bridle upon completion of each respective horse show class finals. But first, Tres Osos Cow Horse Derby Non Pro Limited, Non Pro and Amateur reined work took place in the John Justin Arena, while Collegiate Challenge entries vied for team and individual titles in the Coliseum.

Non Pro Limited World Champion
The first NRCHA World Champion of the day, scoring a 440.5 (217.5 rein / 223 cow) to capture the Non Pro Limited crown, was Chelsea Edsall, of Oakdale, California. Edsall rode Skeets Oak Peppy (Skeets Peppy x Oak Ill Be x Ill Be Smart) owned by her husband Clayton, who guided the 2007 gelding to an NRCHA World's Greatest Horseman title in 2016.

Chelsea banked $4,055, plus top-notch awards courtesy of generous NRCHA sponsors, including a DC Cow Horse Gear custom saddle sponsored by MC CowHammer, Gist Silversmith's custom buckle sponsored by Stock Horse of Texas, a Western Legacy Stockman Cowboy Hat from Western Legacy Company, a CR Morrison Trophy, a one-month supply of Platinum Performance GI, an UltraCruz Prize Pack from San Juan Ranch and Santa Cruz Animal Health, and a CR RanchWear commemorative NRCHA World Finals jacket.

To watch Chelsea Edsall's run click here

Non Pro Two Rein World Champion
It was Kansas cowgirl Katy Thomison taking the title of Non Pro Two Rein World Champion back to her hometown of Kechi thanks to a 436 (216 rein / 220 cow). Thomison rode her 2014 gelding Betcha Like That (Bet Hesa Cat x Girl Like That x Playgun).

Thomison banked $3,450, plus first-class prizes courtesy of generous NRCHA sponsors. Thomison was awarded a Bob's Custom Saddle sponsored by Carol Rose Quarter Horses, Gist Silversmith's custom buckle, a Western Legacy Company Stockman Cowboy Hat from Western Legacy Company , a CR Morrison Trophy, a one-month supply of Platinum Performance GI, an UltraCruz Prize Pack from San Juan Ranch and Santa Cruz Animal Health, and a CR RanchWear commemorative NRCHA World Finals jacket.

To watch Katy Thomison's run click here

Novice Non Pro Bridle World Champion
Congratulations to Tylor Todd, of Rexford, Kansas, who rode her 2011 gelding Mr Stylish Cat (Mr Playinstylish x Lil Sally Cat x High Brow Cat) to the Novice Non Pro Bridle World Championship thanks to a dynamic 225 on her cow work, which coupled with a 219.5 on the reined work for a 444.5. Todd pocketed $3,460 for her efforts.

Todd was presented with a Don Rich Custom Saddle, Gist Silversmith's custom buckle, a Western Legacy Company Stockman Cowboy Hat from Western Legacy Company , a commemorative World Finals jacket from CR RanchWear, a CR Morrison Trophy, a one-month supply of Platinum Performance GI, and an UltraCruz Prize Pack from San Juan Ranch and Santa Cruz Animal Health.

To watch Tylor Todd's run click here

Tres Osos Cow Horse Derby Non Pro Limited Reined Work
Scoring the win in today's Non Pro Limited reined work was Calley Rae Satriana riding her 2016 mare Smooth Cat Voo (Smooth As A Cat x Voodoo Chic x Smart Chic Olena) to a 218.5. Smooth Cat Voo was bred by Rogers Heaven Sent Ranch, LLC.

Currently leading the Non Pro Limited is Erin Keys riding her 2015 mare ShesShootinForGold (PRF Spoonful Of Gold x Gunners Easter Lilly x Colonels Smoking Gun) with a 430.5 (212.5 herd / 218 rein). Cathy Corrigan-Frank is the breeder of ShesShootinForGold.

To watch Calley Rae Satriana's run click here

Tres Osos Cow Horse Derby Non Pro & Amateur Reined Work
Landon Luce rode Time To Lay It Down (One Time Pepto x Katies Kitty x High Brow Cat), owned by Andrea Luce, to the top of the Tres Osos Performance Horses Cow Horse Derby Non Pro reined work today at the NRCHA Celebration of Champions with a 221.5. Luce also topped the Intermediate Non Pro, Novice Non Pro and Amateur divisions of the reined work. Newt White is the breeder of Time To Lay It Down.
 
The team of Abbie Phillips and CR Tuff Guns N Roses (Woody Be Tuff x Gypsy Rose Rey x Dual Rey) currently lead the Derby Non Pro composite with a 439.5 (219.5 herd / 220 rein). Center Ranch is the breeder of CR Tuff Guns N Roses.

To watch Landon Luce's run click here

Collegiate Challenge
North Central Texas College earned the Team Champion title with 44 points thanks to the efforts of team members Addison Coutts, Cailyn Simonis and Emmanuelle Amilhac. Coutts and Sioux Per Boom (A Shiner Named Sioux x Boom N Tari x Boomernic) topped the Fence Division with the high score of the Collegiate Challenge thanks to a 292.5. Lauren Waymire of West Texas A&M University won the Limited Division with a 280.5 riding Kookie Jar (Chocolate Chic Olena x Katie Starlight x Grays Starlight), while Amilhac topped the Novice Division with a 289.5 aboard Mister Navy Diver (Mister Smart Remedy x Quick Like A Cat x High Brow Cat).

To watch Addison Coutts's run click here

 

Despite brisk winter weather in Fort Worth, Texas, the competition was hot at today's National Reined Cow Horse Association Celebration of Champions at Will Rogers Memorial Center. Tres Osos Cow Horse Derby Open herd work concluded in Will Rogers Memorial Coliseum, while John Justin Arena welcomed Intermediate and Novice Non Pro Bridle entries all chasing a finals berth. An action-packed day concluded in the Coliseum with herd work for the highly-anticipated DT Horses and Hashtags’ World’s Greatest Horseman.

DT Horses and Hashtags' World's Greatest Horseman Herd Work Prelims

Reined cow horse enthusiasts were not disappointed on opening night of the DT Horses and Hashtags’ World’s Greatest Horseman. It was Chris Dawson and CSR Lay Down Sally (Dual Spark x Look At Her Glo x CD O Cody) with an outstanding 223.5 who topped the herd work prelims against a formidable field of the reined cow horse industry's best. The 2011 mare is owned by Meredith Graber. 

DT Horses and Hashtags’ World’s Greatest Horseman contenders take aim at the reined work portion of the preliminaries on Tuesday, January 16.

Thirty minutes after the conclusion of the show on Friday, February 12, World's Greatest Horseman riders, horses and owners will be recognized during an in-arena back number presentation in the John Justin Arena that everyone is welcome to attend.

To watch Chris Dawson's run click here

Derby Level One Limited Open Herd Work
There was a tie for the lead in the Derby Level One Limited Open herd work with identical scores of 216. Move That Rock (That CD Rocks x Smokums Dual Move x Mister Dual Pep) ridden by Cara Hencratt for owner Debbie Proctor tied with KLCPlayin Peppy Star (Playin Attraction x Genuinely Peppy Star x Im Genuinely Smart) ridden by George Leon Lewis for owner and breeder Knight Land and Cattle Co. KLCPlayin Peppy Star was bred by Erin Mendes.

To watch Cara Hencratt's run click here

To watch George Leon's run click here

Intermediate and Novice Non Pro Bridle Preliminaries
Douglas Allan McDaniel, Jr., of Portland, Indiana, rode his 2011 mare CR Tuffs Magic Tonic (Woody Be Tuff x Miss Oak Tonic x Little Peppy Oak) to the top of both the Intermediate Non Pro and Novice Non Pro Bridle prelims with a 293.5 (146.5 rein / 147 cow). With 10 riders advancing to the Intermediate Non Pro Bridle Finals on Sunday, February 14, a score of 284.5 was needed to make the cut. In the Novice Non Pro Bridle the cutoff was a score of 283 to be among the 11 finalists riding on Friday, February 12.

To watch Douglas Allan McDaniel Jr's run click here

About the NRCHA Celebration of Champions
The NRCHA Celebration of Champions is three shows rolled into 12 days of competition.
 
Although the calendar says 2021, the World Championship portion of the Celebration of Champions marks the official conclusion of the 2020 show season, by determining World and National Champions in 15 different Open and Non Pro divisions. World Championship qualifiers earned an invitation to compete in Fort Worth by qualifying at NRCHA-approved shows last year. The World Championship contestants will show in a preliminary round, with the top 10 in each division advancing to the clean-slate finals for a shot at the title.
 
Other action at the Celebration of Champions includes the NRCHA Tres Osos Cow Horse Classic Derby for 4- and 5-year-old horses; special National High School Rodeo and Collegiate Invitational cow horse classes; and the crowd-pleasing World’s Greatest Horseman, a grueling four-event test of the ultimate cowboy or cowgirl and their cow horse, sponsored by NRCHA Corporate Partner DT Horses and Hashtags. For the third consecutive year, the NRCHA will proudly produce the World’s Greatest Youth Horseman, presented by MARS Equestrian™.
 
The NRCHA Celebration of Champions offers reined cow horse fans the ideal venue for enjoying horse show action, as well as shopping till they drop at the NRCHA Sponsor Showcase throughout the week.

By NRCHA Press Release