Fappani and Gun Dun It Mark 225.5 for the Win

The Tulsa Reining Classic presented by Kimes Ranch concluded with the Elementa Open Derby for horses ranging from 4-7-years-old.

Taking home top honors in Level 4 was Gun Dun It, a 2014 stallion ridden by NRHA Six Million Dollar Rider Andrea Fappani and owned by Tim Anderson and Kim Niven of Milbank, Arizona.

Sired by Colonels Smoking Gun and out of Dun It In Tinseltown by Hollywood Dun It, Gun Dun It and Fappani scored 225.5 from the class of 42 head shown.

Coming in second with a score of 225 was Tinker With Dreams ridden by Dany Tremblay. The 2014 stallion by Tinker With Guns and out of This Chicsdundreamin is owned by Diamond Dub Quarter Horses of Marietta, Oklahoma.

Rounding out the top three was Gunners Rockstar and Tom McCutcheon with a score of 223.5. Owned by White River Ag Products, Ashland, Wisconsin, the 2017 stallion is sired by Gunners Special Nite and out of Belle Starr Dun It.

Elementa is located in Sambuco, Italy and focuses on its mission to provide the best training and welfare for its horses. The breeding operation includes stallions Custom Made Gun, Phantom Face, Ebony Trashya, Yellow Jersey and Gunna Be A Big Hit.

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 and follow the show on Facebook.

Andrea Fappani and Gun Dun It slide into the top spot in the Elementa Open Derby Level 4. Photo courtesy of Shane Rux Photography.

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