By Hayley LewallenNational Reining Horse AssociationApril 11, 2014
With limited showing in 2002, ridden by NRHA’s only $5 million rider Shawn Flarida, Wimpys Little Step racked up an impressive show record with NRHA lifetime earnings of more than $185,000. (Credit: John Brasseaux photo courtesy of NRHA)
In 10 months after achieving the $5 million mark, Wimpys Little Step has become the National Reining Horse Association’s newest $6 million sire. This makes him the fourth horse to earn such a prestigious title and puts him in the ranks alongside Smart Chic Olena, Topsail Whiz and Hollywood Dun It.
Wimpys Little Step, a 2011 NRHA Hall of Fame inductee, is by $2 million sire and NRHA Hall of Fame inductee Nu Chex To Cash and out of Leolita Step by Forty Seven. Wimpys Little Step is owned by NRHA corporate partner Xtra Quarter Horses of Purcell, Oklahoma, which is where Wimpys Little Step currently stands. With limited showing in 2002, ridden by NRHA’s only $5 million rider Shawn Flarida, Wimpys Little Step racked up an impressive show record with NRHA lifetime earnings of more than $185,000.
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