A run off decides Adequan® North American Affiliate Championship

Oklahoma City, November 28, 2017 – An anxious crowd filled the grandstands of the Adequan® Arena on Tuesday night, waiting to see a runoff between three competitors vying for an Adequan® North American Affiliate Championship (NAAC) title.

Shelly Hartmann, Laura Bell Parker, and Sally Berg closed their performances with a 219.5 top score in the Adequan® NAAC Non Pro and Intermediate Non Pro classes and decided to run off for the title. Once the three horse-rider-combinations went back into the pen, Hartmann and Mistresses Milky Way (Chocolate Chic Olena x Shiners Mistress) posted the highest score – a 219 – to earn the Adequan® NAAC Non Pro, Intermediate Non Pro, $1,000-added NRHA Intermediate Non Pro, and the $2,000-added NRHA Non Pro. The 7-year-old gelding was bred by Green Valley Ranch and is owned by Shelly and Chad Hartmann. “I’ve been blessed with an awesome horse – a once in a lifetime horse by the grace of God,” said Hartmann, representing Rocky Mountain Reining Horse Association (RHA). “Timing and everything else worked out today, and I had a good day.” The two qualified for OKC at the Mountain Affiliate Regional Championship (ARC), after earning fourth place in the Non Pro, and fifth in the Intermediate classes. “He got turned a little better in our first run, but he was with me the entire way in both runs. I couldn’t have asked for more; he tried his guts out for me, and he is a special horse. He is like an overgrown dog. I have owned him for six years, and it was really exciting this year when [NRHA Million Dollar Sire] Chocolate Chic Olena reached his million dollar sire mark. He has the mind and heart of his dad. I could not do this without my husband and his love and support. We had the A team with us today.”

The Adequan® NAAC Non Pro and Intermediate Non Pro Reserve Co-Championship, after earning a 215.5, was for Laura Bell Parker and Shirley Your A Tag (Whiz N Tag Chex x Pines BH). The 6-year-old mare is owned by her parents, George and Carol Bell, and was bred by NRHA Million Dollar Owner Lance Griffin. “It was a crazy day because I ran over here, then showed in the Non Pro Futurity, and then I heard there was still a tie, and we all wanted to run-off,” said Parker, representing the Oklahoma RHA. “I had to do a super-fast change and get my horse ready to come show here.” The pair qualified at the South Central ARC and had their goal set on the Adequan® NAAC all year. “My horse was amazing; I couldn’t have asked for anything more from her, especially since she showed again on the same day. It was my last show with this mare before she gets bred, so it was like ‘let’s go do it, girl.’ It was an incredible way to end our year together. I don’t think I had time to be nervous; it was such a surreal day, I think I was too determined to feel any of the nerves.”

Co-Champions in the Adequan® NAAC Non Pro and Intermediate Non Pro, after earning a 214.5 in the run off, were Berg and Highlanders Scandal (Conquistador Whiz x HR Short Wheel Base). Berg and her 8-year-old mare, owned by Barn 66 LLC, also came to OKC representing the Rocky Mountain RHA and the Mountain ARC. ‘Tot’ was bred by Greg Hill.

John Edd Tucker and Wimpys Lil Hollywood (Wimpys Little Step x Miss Hollywood Whiz) earned the Adequan® NAAC Prime Time Non Pro Championship and $200-added NRHA Prime Time Non Pro. Tucker and his own 9-year-old gelding, bred by 4 R Performance Horses, earned a 216.5. “This was the first time I have shown here,” said Tucker, representing the South Texas RHA. “I have been coming to the NRHA Futurity for around 30-35 years, but always as a spectator. All of my friends told me to qualify at the South Central ARC and come here and compete. I was fortunate enough to qualify, and I have really enjoyed this week; it has been a great experience. I am 72 years old, so I don’t know how much longer I will be able to do this. [NRHA Professional] Nathan Piper says I will just keep going.”

Next year, Tucker will no longer be qualified for the intermediate non pro classes, so he plans to find a horse to enter derbies on.

“Mr. Tucker was my 4-H leader about 20 years ago,” said Piper. “He spent hours with me, teaching me how to pick up and change leads and all of the basics. To be able to coach and help him today is a great blessing.” Tucker has stayed in touch with Piper all of these years, and even though they live over five hours away from each other, Tucker relies on Piper for his advice. “Nathan has always been so supportive and is my go-to guy when I am having any issue training my horse,” said Tucker. “I am just so blessed.”

Greg Gottschalk and Wranglers N Whiskey (Starlights Wrangler x Okie Lil Dokie) earned the Adequan® NAAC Prime Time Non Pro Reserve Championship with a score of 215.5. The 4-year-old stallion is owned by Russet Stables Inc. The pair came to OKC representing the North Central RHA after winning the Prime Time Non Pro championship at the North Central ARC.

The Adequan® NAAC Champions received a Bobs Custom Saddle, a custom Montana Silversmiths Trophy Buckle, a Platinum Performance Gift Certificate, a Classic Equine fleece cooler, Bluebonnet Feed product, a $150 SmartPak Gift card, an embroidered halter from Brandt Blankets, and an Avila Pro Shop Blanket.

All Adequan® NAAC Reserve Champions received a custom Montana Silversmiths Trophy Buckle, a Classic Equine fleece cinch, Bluebonnet Feed product, an embroidered halter from Brandt Blankets, an Avila Pro Shop Blanket, and a gift from KO Trading. All Adequan® NAAC third place winners received a Classic Equine Legacy System and Bluebonnet Feed product, fourth place winners will receive Classic Equine Dyno No-Turn bell boots and fifth place winners will receive Classic Equine hanging groom bags. All top ten winners received a jacket sponsored by SmartPak equine.

Dianna Wolfson and her own Big Tejano (Big Chex To Cash x La Tiagra Tejana) won the USA Amateur Reining with a 205.

For further information, results, live feed and live score, visit nrhafuturity.com
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Adequan® NAAC: the Novice Horse Non Pro Level 2 and Level 1 Champions

Adequan® North American Affiliate Championship Show: the Novice Horse Non Pro Level 2 and Level 1 Champions

Oklahoma City, November 27, 2017 – Earning the Adequan® North American Affiliate Championship Show (NAAC) Novice Horse Non Pro Level 2 Co-Championship were Alicia Rapp and James Windham, both earning a 218.5 and representing the Southeast ARC. Rapp rode Magnificent Dreamer (Magnum Chic Dream x Heavenly Rooster), a 5-year-old gelding bred by Zachary Greg. “I just got ‘Reggie’ at the 2017 NRHA Derby from [NRHA Professional] Ashley Kelkenberg,” Rapp said. “He is only my second reining horse and was a step up from my first one. He is so gorgeous and handsome, and his personality is everything I wanted. I joked that I wanted a big, beautiful horse, but I had no intention of buying a new horse at the Derby. I bought him after talking to Ashley for 30 minutes, and I did not even ride him.”

Windham rode his own Walks With Swagger (Topsail Whiz x Princess In Diamonds). He has owned the 7-year-old gelding for a year and a half. “He has been awesome since I first owned him,” said Windham. “This venue is always my best, and he always proves himself out here. I was very happy with his performance today. It has been a really great year with many tough shows to get to this point, so it feels incredible to end it this way.” Both teams will compete tomorrow in the Adequan® NAAC Non Pro and joked that they hope to represent their region and barn aisle as they did today.

In third place in the Adequan® NAAC Novice Horse Non Pro Level 2 was Kelly Rainford on Give Me Starbucks (Walla Walla Whiz x Starbucks Rosy Blend), who scored a 218. Rainford came to OKC representing the Rocky Mountain Reining Horse Association (RHA) on her 7-year-old mare bred by Jimmy Pierce.

The Adequan® NAAC Novice Horse Non Pro Level 2 Champion received a Kyle Tack saddle, a custom Montana Silversmiths Trophy Buckle, a Platinum Performance Gift Certificate, a Classic Equine fleece cooler, Bluebonnet Feed product, a $150 SmartPak Gift card, an embroidered halter from Brandt Blankets, and an Avila Pro Shop blanket.

Saving the best for last in the Adequan® NAAC Novice Horse Non Pro Level 1, Kristen Avila and Mercedes Dot Tari (Cromed Out Mercedes x Skeets Dot Tari) scored a 217.5 to win the Championship. “I am so excited that I think I am going to cry,” said an emotional Avila. “She is such a special mare to our family.” NRHA Professional Bobby Avila, Jr. and Kristen bought the 5-year-old mare from NRHA Million Dollar Owner and Hall of Fame Inductee Vaughn Zimmerman when she was still on her dam’s side, said Kristen. “Bobby trained her mom, and I have loved her since she was a baby,” said Kristen. “She would run up and want attention and truly is our pet. She will be my son’s short stirrup horse one day and will have a forever home with us. For her to win this is just amazing. I am so thankful Vaughn gave us the opportunity to own her and that my husband trained her for me.”

Earning the Adequan® NAAC Novice Horse Non Pro Level 1 Reserve Championship, after scoring a 216.5, were Taryn Bakker and Love Playin Tag (Loveable Nic x Whiz N Tag Chic). Bakker has owned the 6-year-old gelding, bred by Vanessa Noble, since January. The pair, representing Washington RHA, has had an incredibly successful first year together. “I showed as a youth ten years ago and just got back into reining,” Bakker said. “I am learning how to rein again, and it has been really fun. I have four kids, and it just felt like the right time. I have gone and watched and wanted to show again, and she was the inspiration. It has been a surreal dream since you never know how it will go once you get to the show. I have joined the best coach [NRHA Professional Darren Stancik] and family of non pros in this barn.” Their goal has been to compete for the Silver Spurs Equine Rookie of the Year title, to be determined on Thursday, November 30.

The Adequan® NAAC Novice Horse Non Pro Level 1 Champion received a Kyle Tack saddle, a custom Montana Silversmiths Trophy Buckle, a Platinum Performance Gift Certificate, a Classic Equine fleece cooler, Bluebonnet Feed product, a $150 SmartPak Gift card, an embroidered halter from Brandt Blankets, and an Avila Pro Shop Blanket.

Adam Donahue and Thata Shiner (Smart Spook x SLJ Smartlikewhinny) won the $1,000-added NRHA Novice Horse Non Pro Level 1 after scoring a 219. The 8-year-old mare, owned by Donahue, was bred by Million Dollar Owner Smart Like Juice Inc. Stephanie T Gripp and her own Gun N For Glory (Gunner x Dun It For Chex) won the $1,000-added NRHA Novice Horse Non Pro Level 2. Gripp and the 5-year-old mare, bred by Oldenburg Farm LLC, scored a 220 for the win.

For further information, results, live feed and live score, visit nrhafuturity.com

Pale Face Chex slides Bobby Avila, Jr. to top the first section of the NRHA Open Futurity Level 3, 2, 1 Semifinals

2017 NRHA Futurity & Adequan® NAAC Show

Pale Face Chex slides Bobby Avila, Jr. to top the first section of the NRHA Open Futurity Level 3, 2, 1 Semifinals

Oklahoma City, November 27, 2017 – The 2017 National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) $575,500-added NRHA Open Futurity counted 370 horses entered in the four divisions. Following the first go-round, 75 horses (plus ties) in each level advanced to the Level (L)1, 2, and 3 Semifinals held today in Oklahoma City.

The first section of the NRHA Open L3, 2, 1 Futurity Semifinals saw NRHA Professional Bobby Avila, Jr. riding Pale Face Chex (Pale Face Dunnit x Lena Sugar Chex), owned by 6-K LLC, walk away with a 219. The duo had scored a 216.5 in the first go-round, which brought them the highest composite score today (435.5) to lead the L3 and L2 divisions. “My horse was really good and very calm today,” said Avila, Jr. “I actually got ready early as I thought there could be a few scratches before me. Since there weren’t, we took it easy, and it paid off. I showed him a little different than the way I did the first day; I sat back and loosened my reins so that we would get more credit for our maneuvers, and it worked. I feel really confident now and look forward to the Finals on Saturday.”

Cashing In Diamonds (Lil Joe Cash x Diamond Steppin Whiz), ridden by NRHA Professional Vanessa Strotmann and owned by Stefano Calcagnini, posted a 218 in the Semifinals. With the mare nominated by Green Valley Ranch between the reins, Strotmann posted a 216.5 the first section. With a 218 today, their composite score of 434.5 is the second highest score in the L3 and L2. The duo is currently leading the L1 division. Cashing In Diamonds is an NRHA/Markel Insurance Sale consignment. “This is a really sweet mare we purchased when she was a year old, and I broke and trained her,” said Strotmann. “She is probably the best horse I’ve ever had; she’s very feely and very talented. In the qualifier, we incurred into a couple of penalties, but that was all pilot error. Today, I tried to stay out of the penalty box, and she truly stepped up. I’m looking forward to the Finals!”

Smart Chicago Spook (Spooks Gotta Whiz x Smart Chicago Lena), a stallion ridden by NRHA Professional Bradley S. Hill and owned by Thomas Tucker, was bred and nominated by NRHA Hall of Fame Inductee Bob Loomis. The pair scored a 214.5 in the Semifinals bringing their composite to a 431, the second highest composite in the L1 Open division.

The following number of horses will qualify for the Open Futurity Finals in each level:

Level 3: Top 30 horses (plus ties)
Level 2: Top 20 horses (plus ties)
Level 1: Top 15 horses (plus ties)
Prime Time: Top 10 horses (plus ties)

Those horses qualifying for only the Level 3 and/or Level 2 and/or Level 1 Open divisions will show in the first section. The remaining qualifiers (Level 4 Open and Level 4 Open/Level 3 Open/Level 2 Open/Level 1 Open divisions) will compete in the second section. The finals in each division will be a clean-slate format.

The top 75 horses (plus ties) in the L4 Open division will advance to the Level 4 Open Silver Spurs Equine Semifinal, also sponsored by Not Ruf At All, to be held on Wednesday, November 29.

The CINCH Non Pro Futurity: First Go Section 2

Following the first section of the Non Pro Futurity and leading the Level (L)4 Non Pro division with a 217.5 score was NRHA Two Million Dollar Rider and Hall of Fame Inductee Mandy McCutcheon riding Gunner Be Custom (Gunner x Custom Made Dunit), a mare bred, owned, and nominated by McQuay Stables Inc. Once the second section concluded, Mandy held on to the highest score in the L4 aboard Gunner Be Custom as well as the second highest score – a 217 – this time riding This Chics Nite (Gunners Special Nite x This Chic N Whiz), a mare owned by Mandy McCutcheon and Tom McCutcheon and nominated by the latter.

Debbie Hubbert and Allthewrightstuff earned a 216.5 to lead the L3 and L2 divisions yesterday. The gelding, by NRHA Million Dollar Sire Hollywoodstinseltown and out of Shes Cowismatic, is bred, owned, and nominated by Hubbert.

A half point behind, Gunnin For The Gold (Pale Face Dunnit x Gorgeous Like A Star), owned and ridden by Terri-June Granger, is leading the L1. The gelding was bred by Greg Hill and nominated by Ginger Schmersal.

The third section of the CINCH Non Pro Futurity will be held on Tuesday, November 28.

The following will make their way to the clean slate finals:
Level 4 Non Pro Top 25 horses (plus ties)
Level 3 Non Pro Top 20 horses (plus ties)
Level 2 Non Pro Top 15 horses (plus ties)
Level 1 Non Pro Top 15 horses (plus ties)
Prime Time Non Pro Top 10 horses (plus ties)
Youth Non Pro Top 15 horses (plus ties)

The top 5 horses (plus ties), following those who qualified for the finals in all four levels, have a chance to earn a ticket to the finals by taking part in the Consolation which will be held on Wednesday, November 29.

Riders in the Youth and Prime Time divisions are not eligible for the Consolation, and the champions will be determined in the clean slate finals.

For further information, results, live feed and live score, visit nrhafuturity.com

Adequan® NAAC Novice Horse Open Level 1 and Novice Horse Open Level 2 Champions are crowned

2017 NRHA Futurity & Adequan® NAAC Show

Adequan® North American Affiliate Championship Show (NAAC) Novice Horse Open Level 1 and Novice Horse Open Level 2 Champions are crowned

Oklahoma City, November 26, 2017 – Shauna Larcombe and Setting Off Smart (Smart Spook x Setting Off Sparks) earned the Adequan® North American Affiliate Championship Show (NAAC) Novice Horse Open Level 1 Championship. The 6-year-old mare owned by Hall of Fame inductee and Million Dollar Owner Rosanne Sternberg scored a 219 for the title. “We were up fairly early and marked a 219 and kept the score through the whole day, so that was a little bit lucky,” said the NRHA Professional representing the Southwest Reining Horse Association (RHA). “She was good. I showed her on Thursday in the NAAC Intermediate Open, and she was pretty good, but I thought she had a little bit more. Today she turned a lot better, and I’m very happy with her.”

The Adequan® NAAC Novice Horse Open Level 1 Champion received a Silver Spurs Custom Saddle, a custom Montana Silversmiths Trophy Buckle, a Platinum Performance Gift Certificate, a Classic Equine fleece cooler, Bluebonnet Feed product, a $150 SmartPak Gift card, an embroidered halter from Brandt Blankets, and an Avila Pro Shop Blanket.

The Adequan® NAAC Novice Horse Open Level 1 Co-Reserve Championship honors went to Guy Vernon and Samantha Musanate. Vernon and Outwestkid (Out West Whiz x Shes A Bella Kid), a 5-year-old gelding owned by Betsy Hardy, earned a 218 for their run. “He was really good today; I showed him in the open earlier, and he didn’t stop as well as he did today,” said the NRHA Professional. “He is a fun horse and is so nice and easy to show.” The gelding, bred by Tildon Whitehurst, also earned the reserve title for this class at the 2016 Adequan® NAAC. “He is pretty quiet, so going faster for him is sometimes a challenge, but he was a trooper today,” Vernon said. “He circled better today than he did at the Mountain ARC, and he is typically a really good turner which he showed today.”

NRHA Professional Samantha Musanate rode Shiners Cable Chic (Shiners Voodoo Dr x Cable Commander). “She did really good today and was so with me,” said Musanate. “She circled and turned big and has such a big heart.” Owned, bred, and raised by Robert Anderson, the 5-year-old mare keeps getting better, she added. The pair, representing Keystone RHA, has been together for two years and is looking forward to their continued success.

NRHA Professional Jared Leclair and Smart Twinkeltown (Hollywoodstinseltown x Smartys Little Jewel) earned a 220 and the Adequan® NAAC Novice Horse Open Level 2 title for owner Ronald Meyer. The 4-year-old stallion was bred by Catherine Wright. “He’s a big stopper, good turner, and he’s really pretty out there in the pen,” said Leclair. “He’s got a lot of style, and he’s definitely got a lot of personality. He’s a really fun horse to show, and today was his day, and he did really well.” The pair came to the Adequan® NAAC representing the Southwest RHA.

The Adequan® NAAC Novice Horse Open Level 2 Champion received a Silver Spurs Custom Saddle, official saddle sponsor of the NRHA, a custom Montana Silversmiths Trophy Buckle, a Platinum Performance Gift Certificate, a Classic Equine fleece cooler, Bluebonnet Feed product, a $150 SmartPak Gift card, an embroidered halter from Brandt Blankets, and an Avila Pro Shop Blanket.

Mistress Gotta Gun (Dun Gotta Gun x Shiners Mistress) and NRHA Professional Mark Rafacz earned the Adequan® NAAC Novice Horse Open Level 2 Co-Reserve Championship honors. The 10-year-old mare, owned by Peter Morgan and Courtney Morgan, earned a 219.5 to complete their successful year together. “She is a really nice mare,” Rafacz said. “I have been showing her all year, and we won at the 2017 All American Quarter Horse Congress [NRHA Prime Time class] together. She has been a super mare for me to show, and the Morgans are thrilled. This was a great way to finish our year.” The pair came to the Adequan® NAAC representing Southeastern RHA. “These are tough classes with really talented horses,” he said. “The fun thing about her is how hard she can turn. Today she stopped big, turned huge, and really stepped it up.”

Also earning the Adequan® NAAC Novice Horse Open Level 2 Co-Reserve Championship was NRHA Professional Dany Tremblay and Misters Temptress (Mister Dual Pep x Colonel Pepinic). Tremblay and the 5-year-old mare scored a 219.5, representing Oklahoma RHA, for owner Adh-Mor Ranch.

All Adequan® NAAC Reserve Champions received a custom Montana Silversmiths Trophy Buckle, a Classic Equine fleece cinch, Bluebonnet Feed product, an embroidered Halter from Brandt Blankets, an Avila Pro Shop Blanket, and a gift from KO Trading. Adequan® NAAC third place winners received a Classic Equine Legacy System Boots, and Bluebonnet Feed product, fourth place winners will receive Classic Equine Dyno No-Turn bell boots and fifth place winners will receive Classic Equine hanging groom bags. All finalists placing in the top ten received a jacket sponsored by SmartPak equine.

NRHA Ancillary Action:

Winning the $1,000-added NRHA Novice Horse Open Level 1 and $1,000-added NRHA Novice Horse Open Level 2 was Abigayle Mixon and Electric Mercedes (Jacs Electric Spark x Best By Benz). The NRHA Professional, aboard the 6-year-old mare owned by CDJ Performance Horses, scored a 221 for the honor.

Mandy McCutcheon and Gunner Be Custom lead the CINCH NRHA Non Pro Futurity Qualifier

2017 NRHA Futurity & Adequan® NAAC Show

Mandy McCutcheon and Gunner Be Custom lead the CINCH NRHA Non Pro Futurity Qualifier

Oklahoma City, November 26, 2017 – The first section of the CINCH NRHA Non Pro Futurity qualifier provided great reining action in Oklahoma City where the 2017 National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Futurity & Adequan® North American Affiliate Championships Show (NAAC) is taking place. Counting 192 entries, the first 63 horse-rider-combinations entered in the Non Pro Futurity made their way into the Jim Norick Arena, vying for a spot in the finals to be held on Friday, December 1.

Currently leading the Level (L)4 Non Pro division with a 217.5 score is NRHA Two Million Dollar Rider and Hall of Fame Inductee Mandy McCutcheon riding Gunner Be Custom (Gunner x Custom Made Dunit). “She was good for me,” said McCutcheon about the mare bred, owned, and nominated by McQuay Stables Inc. “I made a couple of mistakes, which I will try to fix for the finals. She is a really nice mare and easy to show. I’m also very happy about how both my kids did; my son Cade [McCutcheon] finished a point behind me – of course his comment was that I was overmarked,” added McCutcheon, laughing. “Carlee [McCutcheon], my daughter, showed another horse of ours [A Special Sidekick] and tied for second place in the level 1 and placed well in the levels 1 through 3. Having her show him was a last-minute decision, and a special thank you goes to NRHA Professional Debbie Brown, who is on our team, for the work she does with our horses.”

The second highest score in the L4 Non Pro Futurity is currently held by three different horse and rider combinations. Tying for the second highest score in the L4 and leading the Youth division of the Non Pro Futurity is Cade McCutcheon riding One Stormy Nite (Gunners Special Nite x Whatta Royal Vintage), a gelding owned by Tom McCutcheon and Mandy McCutcheon.

Debbie Hubbert and Allthewrightstuff (Hollywoodstinseltown x Shes Cowismatic) also earned a 216.5 to tie for the second highest score in the L4. Bred and owned by Hubbert, the gelding also holds the high score in the Level 3 and 2 Non Pro divisions.

NRHA Hall of Fame Inductee Dr. James Morgan and his own Reiningwiththestars (Spooks Gotta Whiz x Wimpys Memorabilia) were the final pair tied for second in the L4. Morgan is also the breeder and nominator of the stallion.

A half point behind, Gunnin For The Gold (Pale Face Dunnit x Gorgeous Like A Star), owned and ridden by Terri-June Granger, earned the second highest score of the Levels 3 and 2. Granger also leads the Level 1 with a score of 216. Her gelding was bred by Greg Hill and nominated by Ginger Schmersal.

The second and third section of the CINCH Non Pro Futurity go round will be held on Monday, November 27, and on Tuesday, November 28, respectively. The following will make their way to the clean slate finals:

Level 4 Non Pro Top 25 horses (plus ties)
Level 3 Non Pro Top 20 horses (plus ties)
Level 2 Non Pro Top 15 horses (plus ties)
Level 1 Non Pro Top 15 horses (plus ties)
Prime Time Non Pro Top 10 horses (plus ties)
Youth Non Pro Top 15 horses (plus ties)

The top 5 horses (plus ties), following those who qualified for the finals in all four levels, have a chance to earn a ticket to the finals by taking part in the Consolation which will be held on Wednesday, November 29. Riders in the Youth and Prime Time divisions are not eligible for the Consolation, and the champions will be determined in the clean slate finals.

Reining action will continue on Monday, November 27, with the first section of the NRHA Open Futurity Level 1, 2 and 3 Semifinals, followed by the second section of the CINCH NRHA Non Pro Futurity go round.

For further information, complete results, live feed and live score visit nrhafuturity.com