8:00 AM – Little Kids Reining
Calling all future Summer Slide Futurity Champions! The little kids reining provides an opportunity for the youngest to compete at the Summer Slide. This is always a favorite event at the summer slide with local trainers as announcers and judges. Entry forms available in the show office.
Non Pro Futurity Finals – Not before 10:00 AM
Open Futurity Finals – Not before 1:00 PM
If you won’t be able to attend the show in person, you can watch the all of the action on our live video stream.
- Level 4 – 215
- Level 3 – 213
- Level 2 – 208
- Level 1 201.5
- Stallion Stakes – 215
Non Pro Futurity
- Level 4 – 205
- Level 3 – 204
- Level 2 – 204
- Level 1 – 203
- Stallion Stakes – 203.5
Please join us Friday evening, July 27 for the Summer Slide Exhibitor Party. As usual, Neil Miller and his farrier friends will be cooking up something good for the event. We will also be holding the Equine Oasis Futurity Calcutta auction. You’re not going to want to miss it!
Little Kid’s Reining at Summer Slide just wouldn’t be the same without the continued support of Majestic Metals and Chip and Terri Roberts. The handcrafted trophies are amazing! This exciting class precedes the Futurity Finals on Saturday July 28.
Open Arena Riding Schedule. Arena Closes at 7:00 AM each day to prepare the ground for the show.
The Short Stirrup Class is Pattern 15 from the NRHA Pattern book. And we want to confirm with you all that NRHA “Pattern 15” in the NRHA Pattern Book and NRHA “Pattern B” in the NRHA Handbook are the same patterns.
Ron is the Chairman of the National Western Stock Show and has done so much to make the new Stock Show facility attractive to Reining shows. Christy Brasier made the trophy – didn’t she do an awesome job? Each year, the overall top scoring rider across the 13 & under and 14-18 Summer Slide youth classes will get to take the trophy home for a year and have their name engraved on it. The trophy will be awarded at the conclusion of the Youth classes.
ATTENTION PAINT HORSE REINERS
Want to win an extra prize with your Paint Horse?
The American Paint Horse Association is reaching out to all of its avid reining competitors through the continuation of their reining buckle program at select 2018 NRHA events.
Upcoming 2018 Events:
Rocky Mountain Summer Slide, Denver, CO – July 2018
Low Roller Reining Classic, Nampa, ID – October 2018
Southwest Reining Horse Futurity, Ardmore, OK – October 2018
Classes have been selected by APHA and may vary from show to show. Gist Silversmiths buckles will be awarded in Open & Non-Pro aged events as well as ancillary classes (Non-Pro, Green Reiner, Rookie & Youth) to reach a wide variety of competitors.
Exhibitor must be a current APHA member
Horse must be registered with APHA or have registration paperwork submitted on-site
Must sign-up prior to showing with an on-site APHA representative
I have a horse that is eligible, but not yet registered with APHA. Can I register my horse on-site?
Yes, there will be an APHA representative on-site at all 5 events to assist in registering horses, transferring papers and collecting memberships.
Is there an entry fee?
No, the only fee(s) associated with signing up for this program is an APHA membership (if not current) and any fees pertaining to getting your horse registered with APHA (if not already registered).
How are the winners calculated?
For aged events, the award will go to the highest scoring Paint horse from the finals, beginning with the highest level. For ancillary classes, the Paint horse must be shown in both days of the ancillary classes. This will then be calculated like a circuit award, with scores from both runs being added together to determine the award winner.
What is the cut-off to enter?
Before your classes’ first go.
Questions? Contact Director of Shows, Amanda Cormack – (817) 222-6416 or firstname.lastname@example.org.