Rollz Royce Throws Down 228 to Win NCHA Super Stakes Classic Open

The National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Super Stakes Classic Open finals took place on April 6 before the Open finals, and the field was stacked with some of the best 5- and 6-year-old horses in the industry.   The first three entries out had a tough time with the cattle, but draw five, Second Spot and Lloyd Cox, blew everyone out of the water when they marked a 225. While there were several good runs that followed, the first set ended with the duo still securely in the lead.   The show wasn’t over yet, though. Rollz Royce and Beau Galyean entered the pen as the first draw in the second set, and they made easy work of their cattle to the tune of a 228. No other team could match their score, and Rollz Royce added another title to his already impressive record. After just missing the Super Stakes Open title in 2018,...

Rollz Royce On A Roll

There was no stopping Rollz Royce when he out-paced the Bonanza Open Classic field with a 227-point win, as the last of 15 finalists to work. The 5-year Dual Smart Rey son’s rider Beau Galyean was also in high gear, claiming three out the top four Classic places, worth a total of $32,168. Rollz Royce’s winner’s share earned $14,622 for owner Thomas Guinn.   Six-year-old Cinca Im Hot, a Spots Hot daughter shown by Jesse Lennox for Rocking P Ranch LLC, Forth Worth, Tex., scored 223 points to earn the Classic reserve championship and $10,444. Lennox also showed the 5-year-old Metallic Cat daughter Summer Shandy $41,462, owned by Rocking P Ranch, to score 218 points and tie for fifth place with 2018 NCHA Open Horse of the Year Cool N Hot, sired by Hottish, and owned and shown by Kobie Wood.   The Bonanza Classic is the fifth major finals win for Rollz Royce...

Beau Galyean Enters Stallion Service Business

Equi-Stat Elite $3 Million Rider Beau Galyean is branching out with a new venture, Beau Galyean Stallion Services. His opening roster will consist of 2017 National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Open Horse of the Year Metallic Rebel and multiple limited-age Open champion Rollz Royce.   “Our phone lines are open,” Galyean said.   He’s currently building a breeding barn, office and lab. Galyean said Milt Alderman has been hired as the breeding manager, and Jocelyn Marzella will be the office manager.   He said the idea of getting into the stallion breeding business has been brewing for a long time, especially given his interactions with some great cutting horse stallions over the years.   The service will be operated out of Galyean’s training facility on Anglin Circle in Fort Worth, Texas. It will be open for the 2019 breeding season and offer shipped semen only.   “Like anything, you’re excited, you’re nervous and it’s been kind of a process,” Galyean said....

Metallic Rebel Claims another Victory.

The PCCHA Core Balance Classic Challenge Open was won by Metallic Rebel and Beau Galyean, who marked a 227 to bank $13,000. Metallic Rebel had NCHA lifetime earnings of $257,978 prior to the start of the show.   Galyean, of Fort Worth, Texas, rode Metallic Rebel to the NCHA Super Stakes Classic Open Championship in April. They also won last year’s PCCHA Core Balance Derby Open.   In addition to the Classic Challenge Open win, the 5-year-old stallion picked up a second-place check in the Mercuria NCHA World Series of Cutting Open in Las Vegas to add $8,219 to his record. Metallic Rebel (Metallic Cat x Sweet Abra x Abrakadabracre) is owned by Thomas Guinn, of Philadelphia, Mississippi.  ...