BIOGRAPHY / NOTES
This dun filly is bred to have all the right stuff to be an outstanding reining prospect. She is just starting her reining training with Preston Kent who trains out of Heritage Ranch in Farr West, Utah. Country Dun It Girl's offspring are continuing to show... and show successfully. Country Dun It Girl was bred by David J. Silva of Pilot Point, Texas and shown predominately by NRHA Professional, Stefano Calcagnini, earning $3,754.31 in NRHA Open classes. With only 6 foals (2 not of age to show as of Jan 2018), 2 have made names for themselves: Walla Girl Is A Whiz, by Walla Walla Whiz and Voodoo Country Girl, by Shiners Voodoo Dr. Walla Girl Is A Whiz has $5,458.49 in NRHA earnings through 10/23/2015 with the following achievements: 2016 OPEN SUPERIOR REINING, 2015 OPEN HIGH POINT REINING MARE 6th PLACE, 2015 OPEN HIGH POINT JR REINING 8th PLACE, 2015 AMATEUR QUALIFIED REINING LEVEL 2, 2015 OPEN QUALIFIED JR REINING WORLD SHOW, 2015 OPEN QUALIFIED JR REINING LEVEL 2, 2015 AMATEUR PERFORMANCE REGISTER OF MERIT, 2015 AMATEUR QUALIFIED REINING SELECT WORLD SHOW, 2015 OPEN PERFORMANCE REGISTER OF MERIT. Voodoo Country Girl has $2,234.64 in NRHA earnings and will continue to be shown by Gloria Miller-Bradley of Mount Sterling, Kentucky. This mare was a 2017 NRHA Non-Pro Futurity finalist with Gloria Miller-Bradley showing. We look forward to many more successful events for this dynamic team! Her sire, Hang Ten Surprize, is the earner of over $133,000 and 32 AQHA reining points: AQHA World Champion Junior Reining; split 4th, NRHA Open Derby and finalist in the NRHA Open Futurity; 2006 FEI World Equestrian Games Reining Champion; split 6th, 2004 NRBC Open Derby; Rocky Mountain RHA Summer Slide Open Futurity Champion; 2006 FEI World Equestrian Games Team Canada Silver Medalist; finalist in the 2005 & 2006 NRBC Open Derbies; ROM. This filly is NRHA nominated and NRBC enrolled. She's super cute now and very well balanced. Interested? Contact Andy Fishburn at 801/644-9500 as she is currently at Heritage Ranch and Stallion Station in Farr West, Utah.