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Sliding into Tulsa!

August 29 - September 5 Built Ford Tough Livestock Complex at Expo Square

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Take Me Back to Tulsa! TULSA REINING Classic presented by Kimes Ranch celebrates decades of reining fun.

Since its formation in 2003, the Tulsa Reining Classic has evolved into one of the top reining shows in the industry. Originally established by the Oklahoma Reining Horse Association, the event grew and through the leadership and vision of Colleen McQuay and Anne-Marie Burns of Global Reining Sport Group, and along with Cheryl Cody and the team at Pro Management, the TRC became a top-tier event and destination for reiners from all over the country. In early 2021, Pete and Tamra Kyle acquired the TRC and are committed to produce a high-quality, enjoyable event for all levels of riders.

The Tulsa Reining Classic presented by Kimes Ranch is one of the National Reining Horse Association’s Top 10 ranked shows and host of South Central Affiliate Regional Championships. This year’s Tulsa Reining Classic (TRC) will be held August 29-September 5 at the Built Ford Tough Livestock Complex at Expo Square, with classes held in three arenas including the Gun Dun It Ford Truck Arena. “We are so excited about this show,” said Pete Kyle, owner and manager of the Tulsa Reining Classic. “There’s been tremendous support from sponsors and exhibitors, and we look forward to an awesome event.” The Tulsa Reining Classic is one of the first premier reining futurities featuring several futurities and derbies with more than $275,000 in added money and prizes including:

Silva Reining Horses LLC Open Futurity XCS Ranch Non Pro Futurity Elementa Open Derby

Colston Paving - Not Ruf At All Non Pro Derby Tamarack Ranch Developing Horse Futurity

Toyon Ranch $5,000 Emerging Horse Futurity

Markel Insurance Novice Horse Open and Non Pro Derby The TRC also hosts the largest Affiliate Regional Championships. Exhibitors competing in each ARC class earn a spot at the North American Affiliate Championships, which will be held at the NRHA Futurity in December. All ARC winners will be featured in the Reiner magazine. Additionally, a NRHyA Team Tournament also is scheduled along with several American Quarter Horse Association approved classes.

TRC Webcast

The Tulsa Reining Classic presented by Kimes Ranch will be featured on the free live webcast from all three arenas, starting August 31 with the Toyon Ranch $5,000 Emerging Horse Futurity, and is produced by Equine Promotion of Whitesboro, Texas. All exhibitors are emailed a video of their run at no charge, thanks to TRC Platinum sponsors. Check out other video options offered by Equine Promotion by stopping by the sales booth located in the Gun Dun It Ford Truck Arena or go to www.equinepromotion.com

Kimes Ranch and Bluebonnet Feeds Social Media Sponsors

TRC Platinum sponsors Kimes Ranch and Bluebonnet Feeds will provide daily show coverage across social media platforms including Facebook. Be sure to like the Kimes Ranch, Bluebonnet Feeds and TRC pages to stay up-to-date on all the action and winners at the event.

Gun Dun It Ford Truck Arena

The Gun Dun It Ford Truck Arena will host the non pro and open futurities and derbies. The arena is named in honor of Tim Anderson and Kim Niven’s 7-year-old stallion Gun Dun It, by $13 Million Sire Colonels Smoking Gun and out of Dun It In Tinseltown by Hollywood Dun It. Gun Dun It, bred by Silva Reining Horses, LLC has more than $143,000 in lifetime earnings.

Show Photographer

With your photographic fee, you receive an arena lo-res photograph. Be sure to order your backdrop and arena photos from Shane Rux Photography and check out other photo options and packages at www.shaneruxphoto.com. The backdrop and booth are located in the Mustang Arena.


Guide To Tulsa Where to go for things you might need. Estimated distances are from the Built Ford Tough Livestock Complex at Expo Square.

Management and Show Staff Pete Kyle, Show Manager

Show Office

Jackie Krshka, Office Manager/Bookkeeper Ashley Kanaman, Show Secretary/IT Manager Nellie Murphy, Office Clerk/Main Arena Gate Kyla Hogan, Office Clerk Diane Gage, Office Clerk Christian Jaunting, Office Clerk Michelle Wrigley, Office Clerk Stacie Higgins, Marketing & Communications Samantha Fletcher, Stalling Manager

Awards

Christy Morgan, Awards Manager, Ione Mixon, Awards Clerk Kodi Kyle, Sponsors Rosie Miller, Sponsor Hostess Patti Krausert, Sponsor Hostess

Arena Crew

Roberto Penullar Jr., Arena Prep Terry Morgan, Arena Prep Terry Mixon, Arena Prep Reed Kyle, Media Relations, Arena Prep

Ground Crew

Matt Amsden, Ground Manager James Southern, Ground Crew Christopher Robert Baker, Ground Crew TJ Self, Ground Crew

Clint Perkins, Official Farrier Dr. Joe Carter, Official Veterinarian

Announcers

Chelsea Dygert-Sutton T.J. Romano Paul Sullivan

Judges

Leonard Berryhill, AQHA Judge Thiago Boechat, NRHA Judge Bob Kail, NRHA Judge Patrick Flaherty, NRHA Judge Brett Walters, NRHA Judge Margaret Fuchs, NRHA Judge Reid Faidy, NRHA Judge Christian Rammerstorfer, NRHA Judge JD Roberson, Equipment Judge Jeff Buckley, Equipment Judge Ed Cridge, Equipment Judge

Scribes

Cindy Moore, Scribe Gary Moore, Scribe Bob Alberding, Scribe Charity Coberley, Scribe Nicole Marr, Scribe Schelly Bankston, Scribe Walter Larson, Scribe/NRHA Show Steward Matt Lantz, NRHA Show Steward

NRHA Youth Team Tournament

Tulsa Reining Classic presented by Kimes Ranch is host to a Youth Team Tournament, a competition for National Reining Horse Association members. Managed by the National Reining Horse Association, this program offers more than $25,000 in scholarships and other prizes. Youth Team Tournaments are held in conjunction with Regional Affiliate Championships. To compete, youth must be NRHA members and participating horses must have NRHA competition licenses. Any state, regional, national breed association or group can send members to compete. Eligible youth classes to draw from include: Youth 13 & Under, Youth 14-18 and Youth Rookie (18 & Under). Each team consists of four members with a random draw for each team. The Youth Team Tournament runs concurrently with NRHA youth reining classes so exhibitors can enter and participate in both. Scholarships totaling $1,800 will be awarded and the first place team members will each receive a buckle and medallion. Second through fifth place team members also will each receive a medallion. Additional information can be found at www.nrhya.com/programs

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TRC STALLION SERVICE AUCTION Sponsored by

The TRC Stallion Service Auction sponsored by QStallions is an online auction hosted by Champion Horse Sales. Featuring many of top sires in the reining industry, each stallion has a profile including pedigree, breeding information and show history. Bidding opens August 28 and closes September 4. Plan your 2022 breeding season now with an amazing group of stallions, featuring some of the hottest new stallions along with tried and true sires in the reining industry. “We are overwhelmed by the support from stallion owners and are very excited to have QStallions as the sponsor of the Tulsa Reining Classic Stallion Service Auction,” said Pete Kyle, owner and manager of the Tulsa Reining Classic. “QStallions is an innovative platform showcasing many of the industry’s best stallions across multiple disciplines. It’s a natural fit to have this service sponsor the online auction.”

QStallions is the American Quarter Horse Association’s online stallion marketing service directory, featuring sires from cutting, reining, cow horse, pleasure/hunt seat, halter and speed events. Each stallion’s profile includes a five-generation pedigree, performance record, foals eligibility, a selection of QData reports current to the past week, five-panel test results and a QData Nicking Report. QStallions is an excellent resource for mare owners or anyone who enjoys researching pedigrees. To search for stallions or to find out how to enroll a stallion, visit qstallions. com or contact Tamra Kyle. TRC Stallion Service Auction Bidding Process at Champion Horse Sales Interested bidders need to register online to place a bid. Stallions are available for viewing at www.championhorsesales.com. You can also check out the stallion information on display by the TRC Show Office.

1. Sign up to bid. If you haven’t registered, do so by creating an account. Once your account has been activated, you’re ready to bid! 2. Log in and click on the Tulsa Reining Classic 3. Stallion Service Auction link from either the Champion Horse Sales home page (www.championhorsesales.com) or from the Auctions tab. 4. Check out all the great stallions offered and make your bid. Confirm your bid. Enter your dollar amount and click the Proceed 5. button. 6. Proxy bids and sale closing times are explained in the Bidding Process tab which can be reached from the home page. 7. Bid increments are based on the lot price amount: $101-$1,000 Bid increased by $50 for each bid $1,001 and up Bid increased by $100 for each bid 8. If you win the bid, then you will be contacted by phone or email with more details.


Founded by Matt and Amanda Kimes in 2009, Kimes Ranch began with a dream of filling a void in the western marketplace. With a goal to produce great fitting, quality, long-lasting jeans that bridged the gap between fashion-forward and Western friendly, Kimes Ranch was an underdog when they debuted their first styles of jeans. Functional denim with a mid-rise, straight leg fit, and classic dark denim Kimes Ranch jeans stood out from what was on the market at the time. Often referred to as “the brand with the horns”, Kimes’ catchy logo, company culture, and unmatched quality has created a loyal customer base over their twelve years as a brand. For Kimes Ranch, the roots run deep in the Western Industry, starting with their founders, Matt and Amanda. Collectively, they have amassed many NRHA and AQHA titles throughout their years of showing. Matt Kimes created a name for himself through his youth and

non-pro careers within the AQHA and NRHA. In 1996, he took home both the American Quarter Horse Association’s Reserve Amateur Reining World Champion and the NRHA Derby Non-Pro Champion titles aboard Flash Me A Chic. Matt credits showing and riding horses with helping him in his personal and professional life. “Riding and competing taught me how to have drive, determination and work ethic. Being focused on end goals, growing from your failures, and having confidence in your ability, all came from horses. I didn’t know it at the time, but apparently my parents did.” As many of us can look back on our lives and be thankful for the values that were instilled in our lives through showing horses, this work ethic and drive has been instilled into the culture of Kimes Ranch Jeans and is evident every pair of jeans that is produced. The future of Kimes Ranch jeans is bright, as it has become a favorite among western consumers and has crossed over as a lifestyle brand as well. Additionally, the Kimes family tradition and love for horses continues on in Matt and Amanda’s children. Jack (11), Katherine (9), and Charlie (6) have all begun competing and spend most of their spare time horseback on the family ranch in Scottsdale, Arizona. It’s more than just a brand, it’s a way of life for Kimes Ranch.

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Sponsored by Kimes Ranch Jeans, and now owned by Pete and Tamra Kyle, this years event is bigger and better than ever! Thanks to our fabulou...

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Sponsored by Kimes Ranch Jeans, and now owned by Pete and Tamra Kyle, this years event is bigger and better than ever! Thanks to our fabulou...

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