March 26, 2013
Five Breyer models of Topsails Rien Maker, the all-time leading reined cow horse, are up for grabs in AQHA’s March Facebook sweepstakes.
Who wouldn’t want to a chance to own Topsails Rien Maker? The all-time leading money earning reined cow horse, Topsails Rien Maker is the mount of three-time World’s Greatest Horseman Russell Dilday.
Now, you have the chance to own the 14-year-old stallion!
With help from our friends at Breyer Animal Creations, AQHA is hosting a Quarter Horse Model Sweepstakes on the AQHA Facebook page March 4-29, 2013. Five winners will be chosen randomly from the sweepstakes; each will receive a Breyer portrait model of Topsails Rien Maker. The sweepstakes, is open to U.S. residents 13 years and older. To enter, simply “Like” the American Quarter Horse Association on Facebook and enter the Quarter Horse Model Sweepstakes.
The five winners will be announced in early April. For official contest rules, view the AQHA Facebook Sweepstakes tab.
By legendary sire Topsail Cody and out of Jameen Gay by Toby Gay Bar, Topsails Rien Maker has long been one to watch in the reined cow horse arena. Bred by Stellato Revocable Trust of Redding, California, Topsails Rien Maker is now owned by Russell Dilday and Kevin Cantrelle. “Slider,” as the stallion is known around the barn, boasts winnings of more than $340,000, making him the all-time leading money earner in the sport of reined cow horse. He exemplifies the traits needed in a top-level cow horse: cow sense, athleticism, versatility and heart.
Slider’s top feat came with owner-trainer Russell Dilday of Porterville, California, when the duo won the World’s Greatest Horseman competition not once, but three times. Slider is the event’s only three-time winner, and Russell is the only rider to have won three times, as well. The World’s Greatest Horseman, governed by the National Reined Cow Horse Association, comprises four events: herd work, rein work, steer stopping and cow work. Teams are judged on their ability to separate and cut a cow, perform a reining pattern, stop a steer by roping its horns
and work a single cow in the arena. All four events hail from the skills necessary to perform real ranch work.
Enter the Quarter Horse Model Sweepstakes today on AQHA’s Facebook page!
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