Performance Horse - Reining


Dell Hendricks
Hendrick Reining Horses, Inc.

Dell is a NRHA Futurity Champion and NRHA Futurity Reserve Champion; 5-Time NRBC Champion; 2-Time NRHA Derby Reserve Champion; Multiple AQHA World Champion and Reserve World Champion; NRHA Open Reserve World Champion; World Equestrian Games (WEG) Team USA Gold Medalist; USET/CRIO Team USA Gold Medalist; USET Silver Medalist; All-American Quarter Horse Congress Futurity Champion; NRHA Million Dollar Rider. Dell is ranked by NRHA as one of the all time leading money earners with winnings in excess of $1,428,000.00.


Todd Sommers
Sommers Performance Horses

His accomplishments include 2 NRHA Open Futurity Championships, an NRHA Open Futurity Reserve Championship, as well as multiple NRHA aged event Championships. Todd focuses much of his program towards the 3 year old futurities and the category II events. Todd is ranked by NRHA as one of the all time leading money earners with winnings in excess of $1,000,000.00.


Tracer Gilson
Gilson Performance Horses

Tracer Gilson is a young trainer that has done extremely well in the Reining and the Cow Horse. Tracer has made all the major finals and was the 2002 NRBC Intermediate Open Classic Champion, 2006 NRBC Open Finalist and placed third at the 2009 NRBC Open Classic. But Tracer has also had major success in the Reined Cow Horse arena. In 2003 Tacer won the Reserve Championship in the Open Hackamore Sweepstakes. In 2010 Tacer was tenth at the NRHA Open Futurity.


Duane Latimer

Duanes accomplishments include a NRHA Open Futurity Championship, Five AQHA World Championships, Three AQHA Reserve World Championships, as well as multiple NRHA aged event Championships. Duane has also been on the Canadian USEF team multiple times and has won numerous medals. Duane is ranked by NRHA as one of the all time leading money earners with winnings in excess of $1,600,000.00.



Bri Bagwell

If you ask Bri Bagwell where her current “home” is, you’ll likely get a chuckle and a sign. The Highway has become her home. With more than 120 tour date per year, Miss Bagwell describes performing as her “ultimate passion” in life. She also somehow finds the time to write for her publishing company (Sony ATV), by flying back and forth to Nashville during the weekdays for writing appointments. She started her band in 2011 after a top 10 finish on CMT’s Next Superstar, a singing competition and reality show. She has been named Texas Female Vocalist of the year for 2013 & 2014. If you haven’t heard her before, check out her breakout single and video “Whiskey” and her latest single, “Crazy.”


Katy Keenie

There is poetry in Katy Keenie’s story. She was a child in a log home in Canada when her father, who was struggling to make a living as a horse trainer, heard George Strait’s “The Chair.” The song stirred the Texan in him, and he left to establish himself in the Lone Star state before bringing his young family to join him. Years later, the soul-stirring power of music in her father’s life would mark Katy’s as well, giving her a dream that persistence and hard work are now fulfilling. Strait and other country singers formed the backdrop of Katy’s home life as the family moved from town to town until they settled permanently in Texas.



William Clark Green

William Clark Green is an American country music singer from Flint, Texas. He has released a number of albums, the latest being Ringling Road released in April 2015. Green is from Flint, Texas. He attended Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas, but took six years to graduate as he concentrated on his music career.[1] He currently lives in Eastland, Texas. In 2008, Green recorded his first album while he was studying at Texas Tech in Lubbock. The album, titled Dangerous Man, was released on September 24, 2008. He followed this with his second album, Misunderstood, released in 2010. Since he’s released Rose Queen and Ringling Road (his latest album).