Ten Thirty Wins 2021 NRHA Futurity to take home $350k for first time in NRHA history

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NRHA Professional Casey Deary + Aldo Ramon representing Rancho El Fortin

For the first time in history, the NRHA pays $350,000 to the winner of the futurity, which means over $1.8 million paid out in the open this year.
Casey Deary, who has multiple horses in the finals, draws number 1 on Ten Thirty, the Rancho El Fortin stud who takes the victory!

On this episode of ReinerStop TV your cohosts will get the scoop on what is takes to get a horse to the finals, show strategy, finding a buying a futurity candidate, and more!

Ten Thirty Rancho El Fortin Casey Deary

CASEY DEARY

Holding titles in every major NRHA and AQHA reining event possible, Casey Deary is no stranger to the winners circle.

Based in Weatherford, Texas, Casey and his Wife Nicole with their beautiful children run Deary Performance Horses.

ALDO RAMON

From a family of ranchers and horseman, Aldo and the Ramon family have had highly competitive reining horses for years.  What started in 1929, Rancho El Fortin has carried forward a legacy of the western way of life.  Nestled across northeast Mexico and with a location in Del Rio, Texas, Rancho El Fortin is the owner of the newest NRHA Futurity champion

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YOUR REINERSTOP TV HOSTS

SHELEY BRIEN

ReinerStop Founder, boutique reining breeder, 2020 Non Pro top 20 Competitor, Mom, Wife, Sales Professional

CHELSEA DYGERT SUTTON

ReinerStop partner, CEO of ConsultMent Marketing Agency, NRHA Announcer

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