Magnum Chic Dream NRHA 3 MIllion Dollar Sire Owned by Viola Scott
MAGNUM CHIC DREAM - NRHA HALL OF FAME 4 MILLION DOLLAR SIRE
Magnum Chic Dream - NRHA HALL OF FAME 4 Million Dollar Sire
Sired by NRHA Hall of Fame and Six Million Dollar Sire Smart Chic Olena and out of Sailin Barbee (by NRHA Hall of Fame and Million Dollar Sire Topsail Cody).
Owned by Jack and Viola Scott, Magnum Chic Dream has become a firm favorite sire within the reining industry. His offspring excelling in the Open, Non Pro and Youth events, producing a consistent flow of champions and finalists across the board!
Known for putting on a great show in the show pen, Magnum began his career as an NRHA performer ridden by both Patti Brownshadel and Casey Hinton, they acquired several NRHA titles.
• 1999 NRHA Futurity Open finalist, Intermediate Open finalist, and Limited Open
• Reserve Champion with NRHA Professional Patti Brownshadel
• 2000 NRHA Derby Intermediate Open Co-Reserve Champion with Patti Brownshadel
• 2004 AQHA Senior Reining World Champion with NRHA Professional Casey Hinton.
A special thank you to all who have bred, competed and been a part of this journey, we are so proud
- Jack and Viola Scott
AND THE WINNER IS....CHICSDREAMOFDIAMONDS
SIRED BY MAGNUM CHIC DREAM
Medows and Chicsdreamofdiamonds are the 2016 Cinch NRHA Non Pro Futurity Champions!
Oklahoma City, December 2 – The first Futurity champions were crowned today in an exciting finals which filled the day in Oklahoma City. With an impressive ride, Jack Medows (right) piloted Chicsdreamofdiamonds (Magnum Chic Dream x Princess In Diamonds) as draw 31 out of a field of 32 to a score of 218.5. The duo claimed the title of Cinch NRHA Non Pro Level (L)4 Champion as well as the Youth Non Pro Championship.
“I can’t thank this horse enough…she is a one-in-a-lifetime horse. She was with me every step and I can’t thank her enough. I knew she was capable of it, but I had to get her shown. We bought her over a year ago and she’s been great every single ride,” said the 19-year-old rider. “I won over $80,000 on her half sister, Surprizentheprincess (Jerry Lees Surprise x Princess In Diamonds), and this horse is her equal. She has her looks, her mind and her talent!”
Before arriving in OKC, Medows boasted $136,952.67 LTE. His L4 championship win added $43,984.63 to his earnings and he also took home $1,416 for the Youth Non Pro Futurity championship. - NRHA
IT'S A FIRST! - MAGNUM CHIC DREAM - 2016 NRHA DERBY LEADING SIRE
2016 NRHA DERBY
Casey Deary and Magnum Starlights are the Open Derby Champions!
Oklahoma City, July 1 – Six NRHA Million Dollar Riders, one Two Million Dollar Rider, two Three Million Dollar Riders, one Five Million Dollar Rider, past NRHA Open and Non Pro Futurity champions, past NRHA Derby and NRBC champions, and an impressive number of horses with earnings that surpass the $100,000.00 mark in LTE. All on stage in the 2016 NRHA Open Derby finals on Saturday in Oklahoma City.
Winning the Level (L)4 Open Derby championship with a 223 score was NRHA Million Dollar Rider Casey Deary aboard Magnum Starlights (Magnum Chic Dream x Starlights Sugarwhiz), a 5-year-old stallion owned by Antler Ridge Ranch LLC and nominated by George Lawrence with $84,378.60 NRHA LTE. The win was especially sweet for Deary. Not only did he show Magnum Starlights’ grand sire, he also showed the talented stallion’s grand dam. “We have a long history together, and Magnum Starlights was raised on our ranch,” said Deary following his win. “We won the Vegas Futurity and had huge runs at the NRBC, and we’ve always felt that he would achieve a major win sometime.” - NRHA
A Mega Win for William Rhoads!
William Rhoads and Mega Maggie Mae are NRHA Non Pro Derby Champions
Oklahoma City, July 1 – The 2016 National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Non Pro Derby Champions were crowned today following an exciting finals. Riders and fans were on the edge of their seats until the very end, and one of the riders who had to wait was Dr. William ‘Bill’ Rhoads. Draw 14 in the second section, aboard his Mega Maggie Mae, he had scored a 219. It wasn’t until the very end before he could celebrate their win.
“It was nerve racking. I was reading an e-book, trying not to think about what was happening in the show pen. I did have some emotional break downs but I made it,” said Rhoads who also tied to win the L4 qualifier. “I still don’t believe this is happening. It’s surreal. I was a nobody with just a little over $5,000 in LTE last year, until I rode ‘Mae.’”
‘Mae’ is his 4-year-old mare by Magnum Chic Dream and out of Cinco De Mega, bred and nominated by Martin Bonneson. Last year, the duo claimed the NRHA Futurity L4 Non Pro Reserve championship and swept the levels 3, 2 and 1. Today, the duo won the $80,000-added NRHA Derby L4 Non Pro division, adding $18,932.15 to their earnings. Rhoads came to OKC with $102,883.22 LTE. Mega Maggie Mae, who the Texan-based veterinarian purchased as a yearling, has won $83,825.37 in NRHA competition.
MAGNUM CHIC DREAM - OWNED BY JACK AND VIOLA SCOTT
2016 © Magnum Chic Dream, Sherman, Texas