Lengel and Vanlandingham Tie for Win

The Tulsa Reining Classic presented by Kimes Ranch, saw co-champions for the Tamarack Ranch Developing Horse Futurity.

Abby Lengel riding SHR Kid Rock and Jason Vanlandingham riding Rest Assured tied for the honors from a field of 58 horses in this class for 3-year-old futurity horses.

“It was exciting to have these great runs by two outstanding riders, said Pete Kyle, Tulsa Reining Classic manager and owner. The co-champions each marked 220 under a three judge system.

SHR Kid Rock is by The Kids Gotta Gun and out of KR Plain Jane by Wimpys Little Step, and is owned by Redneck Partners LLC.

Sired by Smart Spook and out of Best Stop by Custom Chrome, Rest Assured is owned and bred by Wagman Ranch in Kellyville, Oklahoma.

Finishing third was SHR Banjo Lenas Kid, ridden by Matt Palmer who marked a 218. Owned and bred by Robert Santagata of Campbell Hall, New York, the stallion is a son of The Kids Gotta Gun and out of KR Banjo Lena by Mifillena.

About Tamarack Ranch

Tamarack Ranch is owned by Suzy Simar and managed by head trainer Gabe Hutchins, is located in beautiful Joseph, Oregon which provides a prime atmosphere for raising reining horse prospects of sound mind and healthy body. With an emphasis on supreme mare power, Tamarack Ranch features many of the industry’s top bloodlines. For more information visit, tamarackranchreiners.com

The Tulsa Reining Classic presented by Kimes Ranch features a live webcast from all arenas at tulsareining.com/live-webcast, plus show recaps presented by Bluebonnet Feeds, and The Talk with Kimes, a Facebook live event daily at 5 pm Central.

The show continues through September 5 at the Built Ford Tough Livestock Complex at Expo Square.

For more class results visit tulsareining.com and follow the show on Facebook.

Abby Lengel rode SHR Kid Rock scored 220.
Photo courtesy of Shane Rux Photography.
Jason Vanlandingham and Rest Assured also scored 220.
Photo courtesy of Shane Rux Photography.
Tamarack Ranch Developing Horse Futurity Co-Champions. Photo courtesy of Shane Rux Photography.

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