Adh Mor Ranch/Crush Are Crushing the Entry Fees at the Tulsa Reining Classic!

Brad and Amanda Kelly and their Adh Mor Ranch have become known for supporting kids in the name of their beloved stallion, PS Mega Shine Chic, affectionately known as “Crush.”

Their focus on youth continues at the Tulsa Reining Classic with a new sponsorship – Crushing the Fees – in which all youth entry costs will be paid. In other words, riders in all the youth classes at the NRBC will have their fees paid, including entry, video, drug and judges fees!

“It is so exciting to be able to give something back to the youth who support the Tulsa Reining Classic. This was an idea that Fred Tremblay had for Crush and we are delighted to get all the details worked out,” said Show Manager Cheryl Cody. “We feel that youth are the future of our industry and want to help make showing better for them. We are very happy to partner with the Kellys – and Crush – to make this happen.”

Amanda Kelly noted. “We want to support you the youth because they are what keeps this industry going. Most horse show kids follow their parent and grandparents around dreaming of being them. This gives the youth the opportunity to go into the show pen with a little less pressure. This industry is expensive and we as the owners of Adh Mor Ranch and Crush want to give them a break financially so they can just get on their horses and do what they really want to do there – go show!”

PS Mega Shine Chic “CRUSH ” is a 6-year-old AQHA stallion by Shine Chic Shine out of Megas Sugar Baby. He was a 2016 NRHA Futurity Level 4 Finalist and 2017 NRBC Open Reserve Champion and has earned over $188,000. 

Beside raising reining horses, the Kelly’s ranch also produces top rodeo cattle. Their best bull, Double Bid, is currently on the Professional Bull Riders (PBR) Ford Tough Tour.

For more information on Adh Mor Ranch, visit the Facebook page at www.facebook.com/adhmorbigluck14. For more information on PS Mega Shine Chic, visit Crush’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/CRUSHadhmorbigluck. To learn more about the Tulsa Reining Classic, visit tulsareining.com.

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