only lady reiner and also non pro is Tina Kuenstner-Mantl. The 37-year-old
entrepreneur from Leermoos, Tirol, breeds American Quarter Horses since 1996 and
shows them successfully. She won several Non Pro Bronze Trophies,
became NRHA Breeders Futurity Reserve Champion, Italian Derby
Champion and Maturity Res. Champion and NRHA “All American Reining
Classic” Derby Finalist, Las Vegas/USA. Tina won the team silver
medal at the World Nations Cup and Bronze (Team and Individual
) at the FEI European Championship 2005. Also, she competed
for Austria in the CRIO in Oklahoma and in the last World Equestrian
Morawitz is a 28-year-old trainer from Eisenstadt. He trains at
Weikersdorf/Stfld aqt the Berghofer facility. Morawitz
won several Bronze Trophies, was five times Austrian Reining Champion,
third at the NRHA European Affiliate Championship 2004 in Ltd.
Open and NRHA Derby Finalist 2006. Also he was part of the bronze
medal team at the FEI European Championship
The fourth team member is Dennis
Schulz. The 38-year-old trainer operates a large
western riding facility in Wiener Neustadt that hosted the NRHA
European Affiliate Championship 2006. He’s been showing for 18
years now and won eight Bronze Trophies. Dennis was IRC-USA
Reining Open Champion 1992, WRC World Reining Champion Lim. Open
1996 and seventh in the NRHA Top Ten 1997 as well as several times
Österreicher sind zudem stark beritten. Bislang haben sie acht
Pferde gemeldet, wer tatsächlich mit nach Aachen geht und wer
welches Pferd reitet, wird aber erst Ende August feststehen.
16-year-old bay stallion by Be Aech Enterprise
out of Poco Sweet Chex , owner Heidi Wallner (GER), twice German
Champion, European Champion and ten times NRHA Champion. Won 26
Bronze Trophies altogether and three times the World Reining Cup.
He w0061s CRIO Champion 2001 and placed seventh
with Volker Schmitt during the WEG 2002. With Rudi Kronsteiner,
he was World Reining Trophy Res. Champion 2005, NRHA World Champion
Jacs On Top
red dun stallion by Hollywood Jac 86 out of Caramel Coded (by
Topsail Cody), owner. Franz Geiger, GER.
Jacs on Top won several Bronze Trophies and was
a finalist of the World Equestrian Games 2002. Also, he was Southwest
Futurity Champion USA and European Champion Senior Reining.
Lil Dry Peppy
1993 sorrel Quarter Horse stallion by Peppy San
Badger out of Dry Senorita by Dry Doc; owner Andrea Richter. He
was Congress Futurity Finalist and
NRHA Futurity Finalist, Carolina Classic Derby Reserve Champion,
NRHA Derby Finalist, European Champion, won several Bronze Trophies
and competed in the 2002 WEG. With Rudi Kronsteiner, he became
NRHA European Affiliate Co-Champion Open this year, tying with
Jurgen Pouls and Tabasco Tari.
Bay Quarter Horse stallion by Grays Starlight
out of Commandas Wilson (by Doc Wilson); owner Braam Quarter Horses
(NED). He was 23 ClassicRes. Champion
and World Reining Trophy Finalist 2005. With Rudi Kronsteiner,
he won the Italian Derby 2006 and was third in the NRHA
European Affiliate Championship Open 2006.
Heza Sure Whiz
bay Quarter Horse stallion by Topsail Whiz out of Im Not Blonde
(by Catalyst Too); owner Jac Point Quarter Horses (AUT). He was
NRHA Futurity Finalist, NRHA Illinois Snaffle Bit Champion, Minnesota
Futurity Int. Open & Open Champion, Illinois Futurity Int.
Open & Open Champion, NRBC Int. Open Finalist, IRHA Derby
Champion Lim. Non
Pro, IRHA Italy Derby Reserve Champion Non Pro and NRHA Breeders
Derby Reserve Champion Non Pro (score 224).
Gee Ronnie Mo
2000 Quarter Horse stallion by Smart Chic Olena
out of Remedys Peppy San (by Doc´s
Remedy); owner Jac Point Quarter Horses (AUT). He was 2003
NRHA Futurity Int. Open Finalist, 2003 Southwest Futurity Finalist
and 2005 NRHA Derby Open Finalist
1998 Quarter Horse stallion by Jac O Rima out
of Commands Evita (by Sir Halston Command), owner Thomas Blechinger
(AUT). Ninjajac was NRHA Breeders Futurity Open Finalist, ARHA
Top Reiner of the Year – Snaffle Bit Open, 2003 Austrian Champion,
NRHA European Championship Finalist Bozen/I and won several Bronze
Overlook Me Jac
Quarter Horse Gelding by Jac O Rima out of Commands
Evita (by Sir Halston Command), owner Jac Point Quarter Horses
(AUT). The gelding won team bronze during the FEI European
Championship 2005, was third in the NRHA Breeders Derby Non Pro
and Open Finalist.
2006 World Equestrian Games at Aachen will include reining for the second
time now. The purse has been raised to EUR 100,000.—now, with
EUR 65,000.—in the team competition. Thus, reining offers the
second best purse now in team competition.
Reining is scheduled for September 1 and 3, 2006
with team competition on Friday, September 1 (starting at 10 a.m.
until 12.30, then lunch break, competition starts again at 1.30
p.m.) and the individual competition on September 3, starting
at 11.15 a.m.
far, 81 reining competitors are expected in Aachen with teams
coming from Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Germany, Canada, the United
States, Mexico, the Dominican Republic, Israel, the Czech Republic,
Denmark, Sweden, Slovakia, Switzerland, France, Great Britain,
The Netherlands, Italy and Japan. South Africa, Poland, Norway and Hungary will send individual riders.