McCutcheon Wins with Shining At Nite
The Colston Paving-Not Ruf At All Non Pro Derby saw Two-Million Dollar NRHA Rider Mandy McCutcheon win with Shining At Nite from a field of 43 entries at the Tulsa Reining Classic presented by Kimes Ranch.
Owned and bred by Tom McCutcheon, the 2017 gelding by Gunners Special Nite and out of A Shining Sidekick by Starbucks Sidekick, marked a 220 from a three judge system. Watch Mandy’s interview on Show Stopping Moments with Bluebonnet Feeds.
Winning second was Lane Colston of Frankfort, Kentucky and Darlins Cody Boy owned by Kevin Colston. Marking a 219, the 2016 stallion is by Electric Code and out of Darlins Not Painted by Smokin Chic Olena.
Rounding out the top three was Kathleen Armenta of Whitesboro, Texas and Off N Running, marking a 218.5. Owned by Armenta Quarter Horses, the 2015 gelding is sired by Walla Walla Whiz and out of Spook Off Sparks by Smart Spook.
About Colston Paving
Colston Paving is headquartered in Frankfort, Kentucky and provides paving services to both residential and commercial customers. The Colston family is actively involved with its state reining affiliate, Kentucky Reining Horse Association, and competes in reining events. Lane Colston and Lil Ruf Whizkey won the 2021 NRHA Level 4 Non Pro Derby.
About Not Ruf At All
Not Ruf At All, owned by million dollar owners Vaughn and Justin Zimmerman, is the National Reining Horse Association’s (NRHA) highest money earning stallion, with winnings in excess of $456,000. The 2010 sorrel stallion by A Sparkling Vintage x All Ruffed Up by Lil Ruf Peppy, was the 2013 TRC Open Futurity and NRHA Open Futurity Champion, along with the 2014 NRHA Open Derby Champion.
The Tulsa Reining Classic presented by Kimes Ranch alsohosts the largest National Reining Horse Association Affiliate Regional Championships and features several futurities and derbies, along with other classes for all levels of riders. For more results visit tulsareining.com/2021-results and follow the show on Facebook.