The Reining Super Series Champions will be announced in less than a week. With three of the four legs of the series completed, the pressure is on the leaders. Those who haven’t competed in three of the events must attend the Southwest Reining Horse Association Futurity and Show in Ardmore, Oklahoma – or be declared ineligible for the cash bonuses.
The Reining Super Series is a conglomerate of four of the National Reining Horse Association’s largest events – and the high point Open and Non Pro exhibitor from the ancillary classes who compete in at least three of the four shows will receive a check for $10,000!
The three high-point leaders of the Open have all attended two of the previous events. With 85 points, Tyrel Pole sits in first place, having attended the Ariat Tulsa Reining Classic and the Scottsdale Reining Classic. Second place belongs to Ben Ballow with 48 points, and third to Dallas Wedel with 46 points.
The Non Pro leaders have also all attended two of the events. In first place are Kelsey Duede and Peppy Turn with 55 points. Kathy Copass and Gumball Machine hold onto second place with 39 points, and with 32 points, Robert Thompson and Angels Mark have third place.
The SWRHA Futurity and Show begins October 18 and runs through October 23. Although the entry deadline has passed for the ancillary classes, the late fee is only $20. For more information, visit www.swrha.com.
To learn about the Ariat Tulsa Reining Classic go to www.tulsareining.com. For information about the High Roller Classic, visit www.highrollerreiningclassic.com, and for the Scottsdale Classic, go to www.thescottsdaleclassic.com.
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