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NRHA European Futurity Championship wraps up

KREUTH, GERMANY – The National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) ended its 2011 NRHA European Futurity & NRHA Show on Saturday, April 2 in Kreuth, Germany. The show is the largest NRHA approved show to be held outside of the U.S. and welcomes more than 300 horses and 200 riders.

NRHA crowned champions in the Level 3 and Level 4 Non Pro Futurity divisions, as well as champions in the Level 3 and Level 4 Open Futurity divisions. Riders from 11 countries battled for their piece of the $125,000 added Level 4 Open, $50,000 added Level 3 Open, $50,000 added Level 4 Non Pro and $10,000 added Level 3 Non Pro purses.

The Level 3 and Level 4 Open division finals of the NRHA European Futurity made history tonight. After the top-quality go round, expectations were set high for the horses and riders. Almost 5,000 visitors watched a spectacular final with one first-class horse after another. It was truly amazing – a 222 was necessary to rank among the top ten in the Level 4 division.

In the end, Rudi Kronsteiner (Austria) sat atop of the standings again. With Finest Copyshot, he bested their performance in the go round and scored show high score of 233! With this, Kronsteiner won the NRHA European Level 4 Open Futurity for the second time bringing his NRHA LTE to nearly $900,000. Finest Copyshot made her own mark in the history books by becoming the first mare to claim the prestigious Level 4 Open division title, plus $46,550 in prize money. Finest Copyshot is by I Am Shotgunner out of Its Another Footwork. She is owned by her breeder Anja Deutzmann. The horse was Western Event Snaffle Bit Level 4 Open Futurity Champion, Oakland Reining Classic Level 4 Open Futurity Champion and Italian Level 4 Open Futurity finalist with Bernard Fonck in the saddle.

KREUTH, GERMANY – The National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) ended its 2011 NRHA European Futurity & NRHA Show on Saturday, April 2 in Kreuth, Germany. The show is the largest NRHA approved show to be held outside of the U.S. and welcomes more than 300 horses and 200 riders.

NRHA crowned champions in the Level 3 and Level 4 Non Pro Futurity divisions, as well as champions in the Level 3 and Level 4 Open Futurity divisions. Riders from 11 countries battled for their piece of the $125,000 added Level 4 Open, $50,000 added Level 3 Open, $50,000 added Level 4 Non Pro and $10,000 added Level 3 Non Pro purses.

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The Level 3 and Level 4 Open division finals of the NRHA European Futurity made history tonight. After the top-quality go round, expectations were set high for the horses and riders. Almost 5,000 visitors watched a spectacular final with one first-class horse after another. It was truly amazing – a 222 was necessary to rank among the top ten in the Level 4 division.

In the end, Rudi Kronsteiner (Austria) sat atop of the standings again. With Finest Copyshot, he bested their performance in the go round and scored show high score of 233! With this, Kronsteiner won the NRHA European Level 4 Open Futurity for the second time bringing his NRHA LTE to nearly $900,000. Finest Copyshot made her own mark in the history books by becoming the first mare to claim the prestigious Level 4 Open division title, plus $46,550 in prize money. Finest Copyshot is by I Am Shotgunner out of Its Another Footwork. She is owned by her breeder Anja Deutzmann. The horse was Western Event Snaffle Bit Level 4 Open Futurity Champion, Oakland Reining Classic Level 4 Open Futurity Champion and Italian Level 4 Open Futurity finalist with Bernard Fonck in the saddle.

KREUTH, GERMANY – The National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) ended its 2011 NRHA European Futurity & NRHA Show on Saturday, April 2 in Kreuth, Germany. The show is the largest NRHA approved show to be held outside of the U.S. and welcomes more than 300 horses and 200 riders.

NRHA crowned champions in the Level 3 and Level 4 Non Pro Futurity divisions, as well as champions in the Level 3 and Level 4 Open Futurity divisions. Riders from 11 countries battled for their piece of the $125,000 added Level 4 Open, $50,000 added Level 3 Open, $50,000 added Level 4 Non Pro and $10,000 added Level 3 Non Pro purses.

The Level 3 and Level 4 Open division finals of the NRHA European Futurity made history tonight. After the top-quality go round, expectations were set high for the horses and riders. Almost 5,000 visitors watched a spectacular final with one first-class horse after another. It was truly amazing – a 222 was necessary to rank among the top ten in the Level 4 division.

In the end, Rudi Kronsteiner (Austria) sat atop of the standings again. With Finest Copyshot, he bested their performance in the go round and scored show high score of 233! With this, Kronsteiner won the NRHA European Level 4 Open Futurity for the second time bringing his NRHA LTE to nearly $900,000. Finest Copyshot made her own mark in the history books by becoming the first mare to claim the prestigious Level 4 Open division title, plus $46,550 in prize money. Finest Copyshot is by I Am Shotgunner out of Its Another Footwork. She is owned by her breeder Anja Deutzmann. The horse was Western Event Snaffle Bit Level 4 Open Futurity Champion, Oakland Reining Classic Level 4 Open Futurity Champion and Italian Level 4 Open Futurity finalist with Bernard Fonck in the saddle.

KREUTH, GERMANY – The National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) ended its 2011 NRHA European Futurity & NRHA Show on Saturday, April 2 in Kreuth, Germany. The show is the largest NRHA approved show to be held outside of the U.S. and welcomes more than 300 horses and 200 riders.

NRHA crowned champions in the Level 3 and Level 4 Non Pro Futurity divisions, as well as champions in the Level 3 and Level 4 Open Futurity divisions. Riders from 11 countries battled for their piece of the $125,000 added Level 4 Open, $50,000 added Level 3 Open, $50,000 added Level 4 Non Pro and $10,000 added Level 3 Non Pro purses.

The Level 3 and Level 4 Open division finals of the NRHA European Futurity made history tonight. After the top-quality go round, expectations were set high for the horses and riders. Almost 5,000 visitors watched a spectacular final with one first-class horse after another. It was truly amazing – a 222 was necessary to rank among the top ten in the Level 4 division.

In the end, Rudi Kronsteiner (Austria) sat atop of the standings again. With Finest Copyshot, he bested their performance in the go round and scored show high score of 233! With this, Kronsteiner won the NRHA European Level 4 Open Futurity for the second time bringing his NRHA LTE to nearly $900,000. Finest Copyshot made her own mark in the history books by becoming the first mare to claim the prestigious Level 4 Open division title, plus $46,550 in prize money. Finest Copyshot is by I Am Shotgunner out of Its Another Footwork. She is owned by her breeder Anja Deutzmann. The horse was Western Event Snaffle Bit Level 4 Open Futurity Champion, Oakland Reining Classic Level 4 Open Futurity Champion and Italian Level 4 Open Futurity finalist with Bernard Fonck in the saddle.

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