Tish Fappani and Legend Slides Wright 2015 Cinch NRHA Non Pro Futurity Champions

Tish Fappani and Legend Slides Wright

Tish Fappani and Legend Slides Wright (Photo: NRHA Reiner)

Oklahoma City, Okla.,- The 2015 National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Futurity held another exciting day of competition on Friday that determined the 2015 Cinch NRHA Non Pro Futurity Champions.

Tish Fappani rode her three-year-old stallion Legend Slides Wright to win the 2015 Cinch Non Pro Futurity and take home over $36,000! Legend Slides Wright is by Custom Legend and out of She Slides Wright (by Smart Little Lena) and is a 2014 Markel Insurance Futurity Prospect Sale graduate. The duo also earns additional $37,500 thanks to the NRHA Sale Incentive. Steve Worman, the consignor of Legend Slide Wright, receives a check for $12,500. The stallion was nominated by Steven Simon, earning him a check for $1,894.75 for nomination.

With her check, Fappani also receives a Bob’s Custom Saddle sponsored by Dubarry of Ireland, Montana Silversmiths Custom Trophy Buckle sponsored by Jerry Kimmel Reining Horses, Classic Equine Product, a pair of Rios of Mercedes boots, $300 SmartPak certificate, Shorty’s Cowboy Hattery certificate, Bluebonnet Feed Product, and one-year use of a Sundowner Trailer provided by Twin Cities South Trailers.

Taking the Reserve Champion title in Level 4 and also the Champion title in Level 3, 2, and 1 is William Rhoads and his mare Mega Maggie Mae. The crowd went wild when Rhoads and Mega Maggie Mae entered the arena and the excitement escalated as the 219.5 score was announced! The mare is by NRHA Three Million Dollar Sire Magnum Chic Dream and out of Cinco De Mega (by Marthas Mega Jac) and was nominated by Martin Bonneson, who receives a check for $3,633.93 for the nomination. Rhoads takes home a check for a total of $68,835.73 together with a Bob’s Custom Saddle, Montana Silversmiths Custom Trophy Buckle, Classic Equine Product, a pair of Rios of Mercedes boots, $300 SmartPak certificate, Shorty’s Cowboy Hattery certificate, and Bluebonnet Feed Products.

David McBurney and Fancy Steppin Whiz win the Prime Time division with a score of 218. Fancy Steppin Whiz is by RC Fancy Step and out of TC West Coast Wendi (by West Coast Whiz). McBurney, also the stallion’s nominator, receives a total of $26,842.64 together with a Bobs’s Custom Saddle, Montana Silversmiths Custom Trophy Buckle, Classic Equine Product, a pair of Anderson Bean boots, and Bluebonnet Feed Products.

Taylor A. Zimmerman piloted Chic Dreamin, a stallion owned by her grandfather Vaughn C. Zimmerman, to a score of 214. Chic Dreamin is by NRHA Three Million Dollar Sire Magnum Chic Dream and out of Skeets Red Dunit (by Skeets Peppy). The stallion was nominated by Casey Hinton. Zimmerman walks away with a check for $780.40, plus a Bob’s Custom Saddle sponsored by Tinsel Jack, Montana Silversmiths Custom Trophy Buckle, Classic Equine Product, a pair of Anderson Bean boots, Shorty’s Cowboy Hattery certificate, and Bluebonnet Feed Products.

For additional results including the Adequan NAAC Youth 13 & Under and other ancillary classes visit www.nrhafuturity.com/results




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