The Tulsa Reining Classic presented by Kimes slated for August 29-September 5 at the Built Ford Tough Livestock Complex at Expo Square will feature three arenas with the Gun Dun It Ford Truck Arena serving as host of the non pro and open futurities and derbies.
The arena is named in honor of Tim Anderson and Kim Niven’s 7-year-old stallion Gun Dun It, by $13 Million Sire Colonels Smoking Gun and out of Dun It In Tinseltown by Hollywood Dun It. Gun Dun It, bred by Silva Reining Horses, LLC has more than $143,000 in lifetime earnings.
“We appreciate Tim and Kim’s support of the Tulsa Reining Classic,” said Pete Kyle, Tulsa Reining Classic presented by Kimes Ranch owner and manager. “It is an honor to host the TRC and showcase our sponsors and exhibitors.”
Futurities and derbies slated for the Dun Gun It Ford Truck Arena include:
- Silva Reining Horses LLC Open Futurity
- Tamarack Ranch Developing Horse Futurity
- Toyon Ranch $5,000 Emerging Horse Futurity
- XCS Ranch Non Pro Futurity
- Elementa Open Derby
- Colston Paving–Not Ruf At All Non Pro Derby
- Markel Insurance Novice Horse Open and Non Pro Derby
A live webcast from the Gun Dun It Ford Truck Arena and other arenas will feature all events from the Tulsa Reining Classic presented by Kimes Ranch.