Tom McCutcheon Earns His First Owner Million

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Tom McCutcheon Earns His First Owner Million

Oklahoma City – The 2017 National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) & Adequan® North American Affiliate Championship Show featured thrilling competition and fabulous parties. Adding to the excitement were many great achievements earned over the course of the 10-day event—including the addition of a new Million Dollar Owner to the NRHA history books, Tom McCutcheon.

McCutcheon achieved Million Dollar Rider status in 2006 and is now making his mark once again. Over the course of his career, he has owned many successful reiners, including 2017 NRHA Derby Level 4 Non Pro Champion, Hollywood Starburst, by Hollywood Dun It and out of Chic Olena Starbuck (by Smart Starbuck).

McCutcheon owned five horses that competed in the Cinch Non Pro Futurity Finals at the 2017 Futurity. Collectively, the following horses earned him more than $78,000:

  • Best Nite Ever (Gunners Special Nite x Best By Benz) ridden by Mandy McCutcheon, placing first in the Level 4 Non Pro Division
  • One Stormy Nite (Gunners Special Nite x Whatta Royal Vintage) ridden by Cade McCutcheon, placing seventh in the Level 4 Non Pro Division and first in the Youth Non Pro Division
  • This Chics Nite (Gunners Special Nite x This Chic N Whiz) ridden by Mandy McCutcheon, placing ninth in the Level 4 Non Pro Division
  • A Special Sidekick (Gunners Special Nite x A Shining Sidekick) ridden by Carlee McCutcheon, placing twenty-first in the Level 4 Non Pro Division, twelfth in the Level 3 Non Pro Division, seventh in the Level 2 Non Pro Division, sixth in the Level 1 Non Pro Division, and fifth in the Youth Non Pro Division
  • Whizkey N Jewels (Whizkey N Diamonds x Starbucks Jewel) ridden by Cade McCutcheon, placing eighteenth in the Level 4 Non Pro Division and third in the Youth Non Pro Division

Congratulations to NRHA’s newest Million Dollar Owner, Tom McCutcheon.

Founded in 1966, the National Reining Horse Association is a nonprofit association dedicated to promoting and encouraging the development of and public interest in the sport of reining. The focus is on developing and maintaining suitable standards of performance and judging and in providing a fun filled, family-oriented atmosphere.