Provided by Austrian Reinin Futurity Press Release - The well deserved high score in the Non Pro Futurity Go round of the 4 year old horses was 216 set by Valentina Monti and her Valentina Baby Pale (Pale Face Dunnit x OT Luky Highway Baby). This means the superior lead in all four levels! The two seamlessly followed up their huge success at the IRHA Futurity in May 2021, where Monti became Non Pro Futurity Co-Reserve Champion L4 and Champion in L3, 2 and 1.

The 2021 Run For A Million presented by Teton Ridge kicked off August 18 with a stacked field of competitors riding for a title in the Bloomer Trailers Rookie Championships. Held at the South Point Arena and Equestrian Center in Las Vegas, the event saw 93 competitors ride through the pen. Though a high score was marked almost immediately from draw six, it was draw 91, Kalicia Walters, who ultimately took home the title, riding Pale Faced Whiz to a 215.5 for the win. The pair banked $1,009.

57 horses were entered in the four levels of the Open Futurity Go rounds for four-year-old horses. In the L4, the top 18 horses advanced to the final, for which a score of at least 212.5 had to be achieved. And the top rides were very close together. Nico Sicuro aboard Dance Wimpy Spook (Wimpys Little Step x Dance Little Spook) and Giovanni Masi de Vargas aboard La La Boom (Remins Remedy X Boomax Rm) took the lead scoring a 217.5 each.

Sarah Stocker & Colonels Charmingun dominate Non Pro Futurity Go round, 3- year- old horses
The Futurity classes started with the Non Pro Go round of the 3 year olds, in which 28 horses were entered in the four levels. Here, Austrian Sarah Stocker and her Colonels Charmingun made it to the top in all levels scoring a 210.5. The palomino is by Shiners Voodoo Dr out of Okie Smokin Gun and was bred by Ludivine Collon in France.
"I bought him last year in December as a 2-year-old," said Sarah, who has trained with Rudi Kronsteiner since 2018. "In the Go Round he was well-behaved, listened superbly and just did his job. Now I'm looking forward to the final." Sarah was already an Austrian Reining Futurity finalist L1 to 4 Non Pro of 4-year-olds two years ago.

It’s Young Horses’ Time!

For Immediate Release - Once again the 2021 Okami Ranch ERCHA/NRCHA Pre Futurity was held in Palacittà Travagliato, Italy. With more than double the number of horses entered from last year’s edition, four days of great competition also offered European cutters the opportunity to show in the herd work classes.  The intense days of showing closed with the crowning of the ERCHA/NRCHA Pre Futurity Champions.

Only one week left until the Austrian Reining Futurity and NRHA Show which is scheduled for August 18 to 21 in Wiener Neustadt / Austria. 236 horses have been entered so far for the $83,000-added show, including 216 for the Futurity classes alone. Riders come from France, Italy, Poland, Israel, Germany, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Canada, the Netherlands, Hungary, Slovenia and Belgium. And the anticipation is great...

Saddle bronc riding at the 125th Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo went the Wright way.
After two decades of coming up short in the event, professional rodeo’s most decorated saddle bronc family finally earned the top spot at the “Daddy of ’em All” as Milford, Utah cowboy Stetson Wright posted a 90-point ride on the back of Championship Pro Rodeo’s Feather Fluffer to secure the title during Sunday’s Championship Finals.
Beginning with Cody in the late 90s, eight different members of the Wright family have competed in saddle bronc at CFD throughout the years, each coming up short of bringing home the buckle. Following his ride and the score announcement, Wright sprinted to the chute he’d just come out of and scaled the fence to hug and high-five family members in celebration of the moment.

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