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FOCUS ON Reining


Six-million dollar man schools area’s reiners L


special to the horsetrader


AKE VIEW TERRACE—Shawn Flarida, the winning- est reiner of all time, came to Hansen Dam Horse Park May 11-12 for a two-day clinic presented by


LEGISequine.com, Langer Equestrian Group, Ariat, and Foran Performance Horses. Flarida, the first and only reiner to ever slide into six million dollars of winnings, shared his wealth of knowl- edge with riders and auditors alike. He is a six-time NRHA Open Futurity Champion, six-time NRHA Open Derby champion and four-time NRBC Champion. The 2011 NRHA Hall of Fame induct- ee also was the inaugural WEG Reining Individual Gold Medalist. “Shawn was very generous with his knowledge,” said Tom Foran of Foran Performance Horses. “With Shawn there are no secrets. He’s patient with everyone. He’s as good of a teacher as he is a show- man and horse trainer.” Flarida was pleased to give his


Shawn Flarida with Daphne and Tom Foran.


two cents about reining to both pros and non-pros. “I hope everyone can take home some of the ideas I have shared and have some success,” Flarida


said. “I like meeting new people, hearing what they want to improve and trying to be a part of their growth.” Flarida awarded a “Ariat Most Improved Rider” prize


to the rider who showed the most progress from the beginning to the end of the day. Pro rider David Worley and non-pro rider Kadin Hernandez each earned a new pair of jeans courtesy of Ariat. Flarida will return for a clinic at Hansen Dam next May. “The facility is absolutely to die for," he said. "The


weather is phenomenal, and the environment is great for the horses. The ring has great footing and is a really good size.” More online: http://bit.ly/906_Flarida


Auditors take note during the Flarida reining clinic.


Rein for the Roses brings Derby Day to Brookside E


by lorraine smith | for the horsetrader


LK GROVE—This year, the Rein for the Roses May 2-5 was extra special, as show exhibitors and atendees celebrated the 10-year anniversary of the Derby on the Derby, held at the


beautiful facilities of the Brookside Equestrian Center. The Derby on the Derby went back to the basics by holding one special event on Saturday, which proved to be a very well-atended and entertaining event. Brookside welcomed back judges Kristen Lilley and Dave Belson to judge the show, which was the second NRHA affiliate show of the season for the West Coast Reining Horse Association. Brookside and Drag Time worked together to get the footing in


WCRHA members are set for the hat competition the 10th Annual Rein For The Roses, held May 2-5 at Brookside Equestrian Park.


place for all to ride and slide. It takes a huge bulldozer, two large 10 wheelers, and 24 hours of dedication with Pedro Miranda, facilities foreman, and Thad Carr working to get the hunter jumper footing removed and the reining footing hauled in, leveled, and ready to show.


Shawn Flarida instructs open reiners May 11 at his


two-day clinic at Hansen Dam Equestrian Center.


John O’Hara photo


Lucky Dog photo


Lucky Dog photo


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