Futurity Program

2019 Futurity Winners

  • Open Reining and High Point: Deb O'Neil from Bloomfield, NM riding GINS LAST TOAST out of SMART GIN


  • Amateur Reining: Terry Palmer owner, Randy Palmer from Durango, CO riding CHARMING ANNIE BUCK out of CHARMING ID BUCK


  • Amateur Reining High Point: JoAlice Blecher from Cortez, CO riding ACES TRIPLE PLAY


  • Reining Open High Point Stallion: SMART GIN owned by Deb O'Neil, Bloomfield, New Mexico


  • Reining Amateur High Point Stallion: SKIPAT BOB owned by Deb O'Neil, Bloomfield, New Mexico


2019 Maturity High Point


  • Open: SMART BARBIE GIN out of SMART GIN owned by Debbie O'Neil, Bloomfield, NM


  • Amateur: BONAZAS FIRE FOX out of FIRE FOX FROST owned by Marshal Ledford, Durango, CO

The Four Corners most established futurity program


Each year the Four Corners Cutting and Reining Association host a Stallion Breeding Silent Auction.

Stallion owners are invited to sponsor FCCRA's QUAD Futurity Program by donating a breeding service to our silent auction. The funds raised from this auction are held in escrow for paybacks in a QUAD (four-year) Futurity Program. The FCCRA Futurity paid out over $7800.00 in Cash and Prizes for 2013! This incredible futurity program has a history of success dating back over 30 years. Become a part of an amazing local organization, and support the equine community on a hometown level, while having the chance to earn major money and prizes with your future champion offspring!

ALL foals by eligible stallions may participate in one or all of the futurities in the 4-year program by paying the nomination fee(s). The classes are as follows:

  • Weanling Fillies- Halter

  • Weanling Stallions- Halter

  • Yearling Fillies- Halter

  • Yearling Stallions- Halter

  • Yearling Geldings- Halter

  • Two Year Old – Western Pleasure

  • Three Year Old - Reining

At the annual Quad Futurity each year a percentage of the escrow purse plus nominating entry fees for that year is paid back with the balance of the escrow being paid out the fourth year. Stallion Incentive money ($500) is set aside and paid to the owner of the sire of the four-year (QUAD) High Point horse in the Amateur and Open Divisions.

Durango, Colorado




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