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Tom McCutcheon
A thousand and one… Toms
Horseman by birth; trainer, showman, sports manager, entrepreneur, breeder, communicator and even real estate agent by choice. Tom McCutcheon, who needs no presentations, is a kaleidoscope of equestrian professionalism from whom we have much to learn…

Ebony Shines
Portrait of a Lady
Bred by legend Bob Loomis, daughter of the magnificent stallion Shining Spark, descending on the maternal line from none other than King Fritz, she has sixteen performing offspring out of seventeen who have appeared in the reining show pen,
and their combined winnings have enabled her to become the first NRHA Million Dollar Dam in history

Gabriele Seghetti
Stepping on a masterpiece
When the spotlights come on and the horses enter the arena, the magic starts. But have you ever thought about how important the man behind the wheel of the tractor is? He will have spent days and nights laying, spreading, levelling and checking the ground to make sure everything is perfect, before then retreating behind the scenes when the party starts. Let’s get to know the ‘prince’ of reining grounds: Mr. Jim Kiser!

Jango Salgado
Postcards from Brazil
Where the reining took its first steps in 1989, we now find a country that fully enjoys the attention of the parent NRHA and the interest of the entire international circus. One of Brazil’s pioneers and a symbol of reining in that country, describes the success of our discipline in his Brazil where, unlike many colleagues who emigrated to the US, he has chosen to stay

Axel Pesek
Knowing your limits, and moving beyond
The golden boy of French reining, Axel Pesek, crowned FEI Reining Junior World Champion at just seventeen is now an Open rider and eager to represent his country at the WEG in Tryon

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