Herd work preliminaries for the Snaffle Bit Futurity Open divisions continued for a second full day at the Reno-Sparks Livestock Events Center, with a new leader thus far in the first of three preliminary events.
The herd work prelims continue Wednesday, September 23. See the live webcast from NRCHA Official Videographer Equine Promotion at www.NRCHA.com.
The current edition of the Reno Wrap Up goes behind the scenes with NRCHA Director of Judges Bill Enk, and brings you highlights from the high scoring run of the day.
Pepe Le Wright (Hes Wright On x Soula Jule Forever x Soula Jule Star), shown by Paso Robles, California, professional Phillip Ralls, scored a 221.5 to lead the go-round thus far. Pepe Le Wright is bred by NRCHA Breeder Sponsor Gardiner Quarter Horses, and owned by Jim and Linda Schrack.
The high score so far in the Futurity Intermediate and Limited Open divisions belongs to Do It In Pink (Cat Man Do x Pretty Pink Boots x Doc O Boots), shown by Ben Baldus. Do It In Pink is bred and owned by the WT Waggoner Estate.
Level 1 Limited Open
In the Level 1 Limited Open, James Dixon rode his own horse, Kaweahs Pepinic (Smart Little Pepinic x Bueno Dual Pep x Mister Dual Pep) to a score of 213.5 to lead the division.