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).
THE ONLY SIRE
NRHA DERBY • NRHA FUTURITY • NRBC
SIRE OF ALL 6 OPEN AND NON PRO CHAMPIONS BACK TO BACK
LEVEL 4 OPEN AND LEVEL 4 NON PRO
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
THE MAGNUMS DO IT AGAIN!
2017 NRBC - L4 OPEN & NON PRO CHAMPIONS
Andrea Fappani Wins NRBC Open Classic Finals on Chic Dreamin
The long miles, hard work and hours spent putting the finishing touches on some of the toughest reining horses in the country culminated inside the Great Southwest Equestrian Center at The National Reining Breeders Classic with a crowd-raising performance. The focus of the night was the Open Classic Finals where the competitors showed up to battle it out for championship prizes, bragging rights and $75,000.
Finishing the night on top of the field was Andrea Fappani ridng Chic Dreamin (Magnum Chic Dream x Skeets Red Dunit) to a score of 229 to top the Level 4 and be crowned the NRBC Open Classic champion.
"It never gets old to win anywhere, but especially here," Fappani said. "It's a special place. I have a special place in my heart, because this is where I marked a 236, which is still today the highest in NRHA history, so it's a great place where you can really showcase your horse."
Fappani and the 5-year-old stallion owned by Silver Spurs Equine wowed the crowd with a stellar performance, proving why the NRBC is one of Fappani's favorite shows and why he had such confidence going into the finals aboard the flashy sorrel.
"I was waiting for something to maybe not go as planned," Fappani said with a laugh. "It kept going as I planned it, everything was just right on. I was having fun to be honest. It was one of those runs where they award a high score, but it's not like I was trying that hard. I just let it be. A lot of times you get to some of these finals and you know you have to have a big score to win and you almost try too hard then you get into the penalties or you override your horse.
"I knew I had a horse that could really mark in the stops," he continued. "I had a pattern with four stops so I said as long as I nail my stops and stay out of the penalty box I should be in good shape."
This year marked the fourth time Fappani has claimed the NRBC Open Finals championship, and he says it's taken a lot of hard work to get here.
"Hard work pays off, that's what I tell everybody," Fappani said. "[Some people] think it's luck and it's really not. You have to put your head down and work, no matter what you win, the next one's not going to win itself. You have to go home, go to work and do the best you can." - NRB
Medows Wins Non Pro Classic Finals
The National Reining Breeders Classic has seen top-shelf competition throughout the week. Reiners from across the country have traveled the miles, put in the hard work and showed up in Katy, Texas, in top form to battle it out for championship prizes and bragging rights. Friday Jack Medows rode Chicsdreamofdiamonds (Magnum Chic Dream x Princess In Diamonds) to a score of 223.5 to top the Level 4 and be crowned the NRBC Non Pro Classic champion. Medows has had a lot of success with the mare having won the 2016 National Reining Horse Association Non Pro Futurity championship along with other big wins, but Medows says the $30,000 NRBC win is special.
"Between the prelims and here she really stepped up her turns. She's a really good turner, but for some reason she goes in the show pen and she's so relaxed that she almost dulls up a little bit, but today she really sparked in her turns, and when I loped her off she was so slow and so collected it was a really cool feeling," Medows said. "[The win here at the NRBC] is so special and she deserves it, she's such a good mare. I'm glad I stayed out of her way and let her do it."
MAGNUM CHIC DREAM - OWNED BY JACK AND VIOLA SCOTT
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