Jay McLaughlin & Blind Sided Win Prelims; NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity Open Finalists Determined

They cut in the herd work, they spun and slid in the rein work, and they galloped full-throttle down the fence. Now, the NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity preliminaries are over, and Open riders know who will compete in the clean slate finals this Saturday, Oct. 5. Blind Sided, shown by Jay McLaughlin, won the rein work preliminaries and the preliminary composite in the Futurity Open.

Olena Oak, Ron Emmons Win Second Consecutive World’s Greatest Horseman Title

In a thrilling, down-to-the-wire fence work finish Saturday, Feb. 2 at Spur Arena in San Angelo, Texas, leading NRCHA professional Ron Emmons claimed his second consecutive World's Greatest Horseman Championship aboard Olena Oak (Smart Chic Olena x Fritzs Oak E Doakie), a 2002 stallion owned in partnership between Nichole Scott and Emmons' wife, LaDona Emmons.

Ranch Sorting Bringing National Events to Fort Worth

Will Rogers Memorial Center is fast becoming the home of champions — or, at least, championships. Ranch Sorting National Championships will bring two premier events to the Fort Worth facility this year, including its national finals. The South Central RSNC Ranch Sorting World Series comes to Will Rogers April 26-28 this year, and that will be followed by the RSNC National Finals June 4-10.

Todd Bergen Becomes National Reining Horse Association Newest $2 Million Dollar Rider

Multi-millions earned at multiple competitions in multiple disciplines. That’s what you’ll see when you look at Todd Bergen’s show record. As the National Reining Horse Association (NRHA)’s newest Two Million Dollar Rider, Bergen, is widely known for his success in the reining arena but also in reined cow horse events and in the cutting pen.