November 26, 2020

Seth Ingram Slides to Victory With Big Hollywood Cowboy and A Golden Opportunity

Seth Ingram Slides to Victory With Big Hollywood Cowboy and A Golden Opportunity

Loxahatchee, FL (October 26, 2012) – Ingram Performance Horses continues to earn plus scores for its Loxahatchee facility: 2007 AQHA Palomino stallion Big Hollywood Cowboy (Dun It Big x Photons Cowgirl), owned by David Page, dominated the South Florida Reining Horse Association High Point Circuit Awards. On the heels of this winning season, the stallion’s trainer and rider, Seth Ingram, accepted an invitation to take over as head trainer at BG Reiners in Mt. Sterling, Kentucky.

Seth Ingram Slides to Victory With Big Hollywood Cowboy and A Golden Opportunity
Seth Ingram and Big Hollywood Cowboy (Dun It Big x Photons Cowgirl) sliding to victory during the Tampa Bay Ride-N-Slide on September 14-16, 2012. (Photo courtesy of Waltenberry Photography)

“He’s a super athlete with a golden personality. Everyone loves this big yellow stud,” said Ingram about Big Hollywood Cowboy, who has clinched $16,000 in earnings this year, as well as High Point Circuit Awards from the South Florida Reining Horse Association (SFRHA) in Open and Intermediate Open Divisions. Ingram’s wins with the golden stallion have led to the golden opportunity at BG Reiners, where he is slated to train more reining champions.

The duo slid into a solid golden string of consistent successes September 14-16 during the Tampa Bay Ride-N-Slide hosted by the Florida Reining Horse Association (FRHA) and SFRHA, turning in a 72.5 score on day one before turning up the heat with a 73 on day two, and 74 on the final day of scoring.

The reigning 2012 Florida Classic Derby winners returned to Tampa again meaning business: setting the stage on Friday with Open and Intermediate Open wins, then Intermediate Open wins on Saturday and Sunday totaling $574.23 in earnings, and a $600 win in Sunday’s Open Class after a lucrative second-place ($454.15) in Saturday’s Open.

“He’s an awesome horse,” said Ingram, a 2002 Top Ten Rider in two NRHA Open divisions, and 2009 SFRHA Intermediate Open and Limited Open Champion. Next on Ingram’s reining radar is the move to Kentucky: BG Reiners invited Ingram to become head trainer at its Mt. Sterling facility. “It will be a tremendous honor and opportunity to go to work in the heart of American horse country, at one of its premier facilities as part of the BG Reiners team, and develop more great reining horses.”

To learn more visit their website at www.ingramperformancehorses.com.

Laura Ingram

Ingram Performance

Horsesitsreining@hotmail.com 

561-626-1429

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