After taking the lead in the first go round (219), NRHA Million Dollar Rider Cody Sapergia and Made In Walla (Walla Walla Whiz x Hollywood Made) also dominated the second go – this time with an even better run scoring a 220.5.
The 4-year-old AQHA gelding Made In Walla was bred by Ambrosini QH and is owned by Sabine Lisec and Chuck Klipfel (KL Performance Horses).
Scoring a 216.5 in both go-rounds, FEI European Champion Reining Junior Division, Gina Schumacher and her Star Bleach took the lead both in Bit Non Pro and Bit Ltd.
Scoring a 214.5 in the first and a 216 in the second go, NRHA Past World Champion, Manuel Bonzano and his Big Fat (Big Chex To Cash x ARC Senorita Cal Bar) placed second in both go-rounds. The finals of the € 150,000 NRHA Breeders Futurity SBH and Bit are scheduled for the coming weekend at Kreuth. The National Reining Horse Association is not responsible for information contained in this press release.  Please contact the author or submitting organization for further information, requests or questions.
Congratulations to NRHA Corporate Partner Silver Spurs Equine, owner of Conquistador Whiz and justifiably proud of his latest accomplishment! Incorporated in 1966, the National Reining Horse Association is the standard-setting body for the sport of Reining. Take a look at the most recent demonstration of this magical relationship between human and horse from CNN.
Provided by Christy Egan, October 7, 2015 - The 2015 Las Vegas High Roller Reining Classic pulled out all of the stops this year at the South Point Event Center, Hotel and Casino. With 2,478 recorded draws, nearly all divisions at this year’s show were up in entries, particularly the Youth group. The first open classes of the show brought some nice wins for Martin Muehlstaetter (pictured), first on Friday with Sparks Of Glory (Jacs Electric Spark x Glory B Whiz) in the High Roller Reining Classic $1000 Open, then in the Novice Horse Level 2 on Monday with Chic Filay (Tinsel Nic x Chuka Chic).  Martin Padilla also had a good start to the show, winning the Intermediate Open with his good Reeboks Rerun, on the heels of their strong runs and big wins at The Reining By The Bay show a few weeks ago. On Wednesday the ARBC Arabian Futurity for purebreds took center stage and competed for $20,000 in prize money.
Following on the heels of the ARBC competition on Wednesday was the Tamarack Ranch Non-Pro and a big win for Tish Fappani (pictured) who posted a 218.5 on Legend Slides Wright (Custom Legend x She Slides Wright). All of these great classes, so competitive and splendid during the week, paled when compared to the Lucas Oil Open Derby and the Whizkey N Diamonds Stake. The WPR (World Para Reining) competition was also unforgettable with its ten physically challenged reiners from Canada, Germany, Australia and all over the United States. The USEF Open National Reining Championship was rife with talented, mature horses and the $8,000 plus prize money for first went to Andrea Fappani with a 229 on Custom Spook (Smart Spook x Custom Spinderella). Hudson-Valentine’s Las Vegas Style Longhorn Auction on Saturday night honestly drew an SRO crowd, including many reiners from the horse show next door. The 2015 Trifecta Non Pro Reining Challenge is offered annually by the Brumley Management Group to those competitors enlisted and attending all three shows: The Cactus Classic, Reining By The Bay and the High Roller Reining Classic. The National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) celebrates a new location for the 2016 and 2017 European Affiliate Championships in Poland!
Mark your calendar now for July 2016, and keep this information handy when you make your European Affiliate Championship plans!  Congratulations to Poland for securing the dates the next two years for such a tremendous NRHA event. Winning the $5,900-added Level 3 division with a 217.5 on home ground was Tiara Van Dongen riding Gumps Hummer BB. Arnaud Girinon with Star Shining Lady between the reins, a chestnut mare by Star Spangled Whiz and out of GH Redskin Lady, owned by Hannes Kirchberger, took the L 3 reserve honors. Claiming the $3,300-added Level 2 and the $1,180-added Level 1 championships with a 212 was Kristiaan Hermus with his Checkmybarbiesturbo between the reins.  The bay gelding by Barbies Dun It and out of Golden Bueno Checker was bred in the US by Lorrie and Terry Thrasher. Once the prestigious Snaffle Bit Futurity was over,  Ann Grether, Susy Baeck and Quentin Galliere added some ‘reining fun’ to the show in the Freestyle Open. The €1,000-added L 2 and the €500-added L 1 Non Pro championships were claimed by June Gobert & Snap A Lady (Master Snapper x Miss Tucker Snow) with a score of 203. The €5,000-added NRHA Non Pro counted 10 entries with Susy Baeck and Hollywood Diva BB score a 216.5 which earned them top honors. Belgium Futurity – Lukas Brucek & Topsail Pop win the 3 and 4-year-old Open Bit Futurity Level 4 and 3 championships! Lukas Brucek & Topsail Pop win the 3 and 4-year-old Open Bit Futurity Level 4 and 3 championships! Winning the $ 1,180-added Level 2 championship, and taking reserve honors in the Level 3 division, was Jurgen Pouls. Ingrid Vermeiren and Walawhizsunlight BB take the 3-year-old Snaffle Bit Non Pro Level 4 and Level 3 Futurity Championships! BFR Whiz I Had A Gun (Spooks Gotta Gun x Oh So Inwhizable) and Renate Duijnkerke claimed both the $1,416-added Level 2 and the $590-added Level 1 championships with a 207.5.
Destelbergen, September 24 – Close to 200 horses made their way to Llyda Stables in Destelbergen, Belgium, for the 2015 edition of the Belgium Futurity.

Closing the day was the $1,000-added NRHA Intermediate Non Pro where Belgian Ingrid Vermeiren rode CB Custom Junior (Custom Berry x Prescribed Solano), owned by Marc Andries, to first place with a 141.5.
Open, Steve Ouellet and Steadynest Dude (Steadys Dude x Finest Chicolena) took the lead after winning both go-rounds. Non Pro three riders tied for 2nd place in the first go round: Fabienne Kurati-Suter aboard her AQHA gelding SL Wild Spook (Smart Spook x Wild Sister, bred bySandra Linnig-Fohl) and Adrienne Speidel aboard her AQHA mare SL Customized Grace (Great Resolve x Shes Customized, bred bySandra Linnig-Fohl) as well as Silvia Maile aboard her AQHA mare Badger Me Red (Reds Gonna Rein x LQ Honey).
Ridden by Million Dollar Rider Tom McCutcheon, the pair made it a clean sweep by winning both go rounds and the finals.  At the 2002 World Equestrian Games, Conquistador Whiz ended his show career in grand fashion by winning a Gold Medal in the Team competition and a Silver Medal in the Individual competition. NRHA, with their International Headquarters in Oklahoma City, is responsible for promoting the sport of Reining and working to ensure the highest standards of competition.
Along with exciting event coverage and interesting feature articles, there are also some important events and details. Always explained as ice skating on dirt, demonstrating the impossible and the ultimate partnership between human and horse, reining is a growing sport that continues to create jaw dropping performances that also always welcomes anyone to give it a try. This premier NRHA Reining show ran from Friday, September 11 through Sunday, September 20, and though its eight years has brought its producers, Brumley Management Group, LLC, much notoriety, in 2015 they took it to a completely new level. Encouraged and excited about the new Youth Team Tournament offered by the Arabian Reining Breeders Classic, a prominent sponsor at all of the Brumley shows, nearly 60 young people signed up for the competition, including almost 20 in the Short Stirrup. Winner of the Limited Open and Rookie Professional was Daphne Thompson and Dun It Chexinic (Bueno Chexinic), a horse owned by Lewis Coleman of Beverly Hills, California.
Winner of nearly $10,000 was TA Olyvia (Kordelas x Halali Olympia), a pretty grey mare ridden by Crystal McNutt for owner Paige Neufeld.
Tamarack Ranch Futurity winner was Casey Deary on Shesouttayourleague (Walla Walla Whiz x Wimpys Little Chic) who rode two others in the top 15, reserve was Gabe Hutchins on Cannon Gun (Gunner x Tuckerette Command). This determined group drew tears and cheers from the audience and judges, were amazing to watch and a phenomenal inspiration. The prime rib dinner, the lovely sale decor and the enthusiastic bidding for the outstanding animals offered, spelled success and elicited a promise from the sale to return to the High Roller Reining Classic in 2016. Once again this year the winner was Cam Essick of Clements, California, this time with her home-bred gelding Holier Then Thou (Jacs Electric Spark x Slide Me Again).
Owned by 7 Heaven Reining Horses, the talented sorrel stallion had won his first major title a week ago, the NRHA European Open Level 4 Pre Futurity Championship, with Fonck in the saddle. Belgian NRHA Professional Cira Baeck and Wimpysshortstride BB (Wimpys Little Step x Short Rooster), owned by Tuur Leflot, also took third place with a 215.5. The red dun gelding by Little Gump and out of Groovie Quintana is owned and bred by Eifel Gold Ranch Baeck where Tiara is assistant trainer for Cira Baeck. Last to go, NRHA Professional Lukas Brucek rode Topsail Pop to the $5,310-added Level 4 and $ 2.360-added Level 3 championship with a score of 224 for owner Petr-Lamich Lama. Riding Mario Straubel’s Hollywoods Hope TB, a 4-year-old stallion by Dun It For You and out of Brennas Hollywood (by Brennas Kid) with $6,405 LTE, Jurgen closed his run with a 216.5. Reserve honors in the L 2 went to Chex This Whizard (Brady Chex x Alicias Conquistador) and Alies Porrez 205.5. The first class offered, the National Open, officially opened the show on Wednesday with Jurgen Pouls riding Steadys WR Diamonds (Steadys Dude x Arc Oak Diamonds) for Indy Henrard to first place with a 72. Freriks posted a 209.5 aboard her 5-year-old stallion, Ready For Revolution (Einsteins Revolution x Royal Paula Quixote). A point behind, Elena Lagendijk rode Arcletic Turbocat (ARC King Cody x Mtd Catalunya Smoke) to second place. 2007 Canadian Trainer of the Year Cody Sapergia rode him to the 2015 NRHA European Futurity Championship Open L4 after winning the go round.  KL Performance Horses from Austria stood the 2014 NRHA Breeders Futurity Champion Tari Whizin – also shown by Cody Sapergia. The stallion bred by Roberto Prevosti and owned by Matteo Benedusi , scored a 216 in the first and a 217.5 in the second go round. The 4-year-old AQHA stallion is by Star Spangled Whiz out of Snappy Bleach and was bred by Elisabetha Raviola.
The youth classes, which ran Saturday and Sunday on the first weekend, culminated in an awards ceremony and a great pizza party with Bingo on Sunday afternoon.
Husband and wife team Sean and Jordan McBurney were also in the Top 15 and then, one-two in the Intermediate Open. It started off with a set of super high scores early in the game … 228 posted by both Casey Deary on Magnum Starlights (Magnum Chick Dream x Starlights Sugarwhiz) and Craig Schmersal on Redhot Walla (Walla Walla Whiz x Roosters Redhot). Cam won the three-night stay at the fabulous Salamander Resort and Spa, Middleburg, Virginia. The weather in this area has an average of 20°C in July, so it’s a perfect place to ride and show horses,” said NRHA Commissioner, Gary Carpenter. Their score held until the last horse-rider-combination to enter the pen, Cira Baeck and Customized Whiz, thrilled both the crowd as well as the judges who paid them back with a 221.

The 4-year-old stallion is by NRHA Million Dollar Sire, Walla Walla Whiz, and out of Custom Rome (by Custom Crome) and has won over $27,000 in NRHA competition. The athletic bay stallion by Remin Whiz and out of MM Lollipop (by Lil Ruf Peppy), bred by Alessandro Cazzaniga of Italy and trained by Francesco Arrighi, came to the Belgium Futurity with over $20,800 earned in NRHA competition. The Level 2 reserve championship, a point behind the winners, was claimed by Tom Van Eyck and GP Great Revolution, a 4-year-old stallion by Einsteins Revolution and out of Lil USS (by Lil Ruf Peppy) owned by Paul Verhulst. Kelly Deleen and As Cold As Ice (Heza Sure Whiz x Hollys Magic Whiz), owned by Annaliese and Hermann Meinert, scored a 210.5 for the L 3 reserve championship.
Steve Vannietvelt and his 5-year-old mare by Master Snapper and out of Good Time Show Girl, Snappy Showgirl, settled for second place a half a point behind the winners.
Oliver Stein and Miss Spoody (Smart Spook x Roosters Melodymaker) follow on second place in total ranking. In the second go-round, Silvia Maile scored a great 215 to take second place in the total ranking after the go-rounds.
It’s already the fourth largest NRHA reining competition in the world, so why work so incredibly hard to make each year better than the last? The Gold Medal Team members won $2000 each in Scholarship money and consisted of Dun Its Legacy (Hollywood Dun It x Whiz N Darlin) and Riley Cachat, Reeboks Rerun (Reeboks Kid x Workmans Fisty) and Campbell McLeod, West Coast Hick and Kaela Ranhoff and Black Jack Jerry (Black Jack Olena x Sage Hill Karla) with Paige Neufeld.
The Rhodes River Ranch couple ended the day with four in the money, all of them sired by Whizkey N Diamonds!
The duo had left their mark earlier in the year taking home the NRHA European Futurity L 4 Non Pro championship and did it again in Destelbergen. The 4-year-old sorrel stallion by Big Chex To Cash and out of Arc Senorita Cal Bar (by Snapper Cal Bar) boasts over $24,600 LTE. The mare bred by Braam Quarter Horses and owned by Leah Backhaus, received a 212 in the first and a 216 after a great run in the second go.  The second place of the first go, Shauna Larcombe and Twist In A Dream (Magnum Chic Dream x Frost N Twist) owned by Chanay Sky Management unfortunately had a 0 in the second go.
Lucky Cee Blair (Dun It Gotta Gun x Cee Blair Lady) carried Caroline Buchanan (pictured) to the individual Gold Medal and $3,500 in scholarship money.  Courtney Yohey won the individual Silver Medal and $2,500 on Imasmartlittlecheese (Magnum Chic Dream x Poco Fifty Pine). Later in the week, on Friday evening, the Half-Arabians competed for $30,000, with the winning team of Ima Smart One (Im Genuinely Smart x MVA Scarlet Orzel) and John O’Hara taking home $9,748.62.
Most impressive in this group of first foal crop youngsters was Rsure Shot of Whizkey (Whizkey N Diamonds x Gunners Sureshot).
Five new buyers from the reining industry bought longhorns and one of them actually bought five!!
Owned by Gisela Haas, the flashy Quarter Horse stallion is by Cromed Out Mercedes and out of ND Spook N Whiz.
Also highlighted in the October issue are important rules changes for 2016 and the new deadline for proposed rule changes.
Vintage Neptune (A Sparkling Vintage x Chic Hickory Doc) and Kate Buchanan won the Bronze individual and $1000.
Ima Smart One’s dam, MVA Scarlet Orzel won the Arabian Open Reining at the Scottsdale Arabian show four times. A charming, bald-faced Palomino with great attitude, the colt came out of the show pen stronger than he went in, posted a 222, barely broke a sweat and never backed an ear.  Brent Naylor rode two into the Level 4 Top 15 He stood third and fourth in Intermediate and first and second in Limit with Spooks Dunit (Spooks Gotta Gun x Tejons Finally Dunit) and Hezza Rowdy Whiz (Conquistador Whiz x  CF Glad Rags).
Cam showed up, holding the winning ticket over those that won a bit more money but did not show at all three BMG shows! Of coarse, there is plenty of exciting competition coverage in this issue like the ANCR Brazil Futurity and National Championship, the FEI European Reining Championships and the Reining By The Bay. There was a tie for the nearly $7,000 reserve money between TS Mae Gossip (What It Takes x Janie Mae Gossip) with Andrea Fappani and Randy Dooley on BJ Young Gun (Gunner x Here She Comes).
When Andrea Fappani (pictured) and SG Frozen Enterprize (Frozen Sailor x RS Rose SJ) shot through the in-gate and turned in an over-the-top 230 run, everyone assumed that was the end. All of the teams will hopefully be back at the Wild Card Reining Challenge Show, a new show to be held at the South Point Equestrian venue May 25 through 29, 2016. Points accumulated will be added to the High Roller standings to determine ultimate scholarship and prize winners. Draw 65 brought in Jason Larson on Electrinicki (Jacs Electric Spark x Chexanicki), hyped from the incredible energy of the day and galloping like there was no tomorrow.
When the dust settled, and the crowd stopped screaming, the pair had posted a 232 for owner Veronica Lentini.

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