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Shiney Outlaw 2020 Breeding Season

LTE: $121,000+

Shiners Nickle x Mereyda by Dual Rey

AQHA WORLD JR WCH

Open Champion

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Tootsie Rey, Kual Gun and many more

 

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The Cannon Horses are regulars at all the major futurity sales and a selection are offered on this website.

 

2020 Panhandle Cutting Horse Association - Open Champions

Congratulations Shiney Outlaw and Jay McLaughlin, they rode into the herd as draw #1 in the NCHA Open at the Panhandle Cutting Horse Association's August Show.

 

They came out with a 75, topping the leader board & winning the event.

Congratulations all around...

2020 WORLDS GREATEST HORSEMAN

 

CO-RESERVE CHAMPION:  SPARKTILION

Sparktilion (Shining Spark x Cattilion x High Brow Cat) 

The Cannon mare, Sparktilion was one of the the top 10 horses entering the show pen at the 2020 World's Greatest Horseman on Saturday, Feb 22nd, and she did not disappoint! Sparktilion piloted by Jake Telford, scored a 220 in the Herd Work, putting them in first place. 

With a 871.5 composite, they secured the Reserve Championship 

winning $22,500. 

Sparktilion ridden by Jake Telford - 2020 World’s Greatest Horseman - Herd Work high score, 220

NRCHA WORLD SHOW

Shiney Outlaw

NRCHA WORLD

CHAMPION: NRCHA WORLD BRIDLE OPEN 

Shiney Outlaw (Shiners Nickle x Mereyda x Dual Rey)

Shiney Outlaw and Jay McLaughlin did what they needed to champion the Open Bridle with a winning score of 294.0 for a composite of 443.5, winning $9,350.00 !

5th place: NRCHA WORLD TWO-REIN OPEN

Shiney Outlaw ridden by Jay McLaughlin - Open Bridle World Champion, 2020 Celebration of Champion

SHINERS LIL NICKLE

NRCHA WORLD

CHAMPION: WORLD BRIDLE INTERMEDIATE NON-PRO

Shiners Lil Nickle (Shiners Nickle x Tootsie Rey x Dual Rey)

Katherine De Haan and Shiners Lil Nickle - Intermediate Non Pro Bridle World Champion 2020 Celebration of Champions

RESERVE CHAMPIONS: WORLD BRIDLE NOVICE NON-PRO

Katherine De Haan and Shiners Lil Nickle - Intermediate Non Pro Bridle World Champion 2020 Celebration of Champions

2020 CELEBRATION OF CHAMPIONS

Reyny Day Nickle ridden by Daniel Sanchez - 2020 Tres Osos Cow Horse Derby Limited Open cow work 2020

REYNY DAY NICKLE

CELEBRATION OF CHAMPIONS

CHAMPION: DERBY LIMITED OPEN $2,811.89

5th place: INTERMEDIATE OPEN COMPOSITE

Reyny Day Nickle (Shiners Nickle x Tootsie Rey x Dual Rey)

With Daniel Sanchez in the saddle, a fabulous showing in the cow work earned them a score of 222.5 , taking home the Derby Limited Open championship for owner Donna Russo. 

4/5 tie: DERBY FENCE WORK OPEN

5th place: DERBY INTERMEDIATE OPEN

2nd place: DERBY FENCE WORK INTERMEDIATE OPEN

2/3 tie: DERBY HERD WORK LIMITED OPEN

1st place: DERBY FENCE WORK LIMITED OPEN

NICKLES PLAYGIRL

CELEBRATION OF CHAMPIONS

9th place: NRCHA CELEBRATION OF CHAMPIONS DERBY LIMITED OPEN

Nickles Playgirl (Shiners Nickle x SDP Driven With Mom x Hydrive Cat)

Nickles Playgirl Ridden by Naomi Bancroft, Owned by Setting Sun Ranch LLC

4th place: DERBY FENCE WORK LIMITED OPEN

7th place: DERBY $7,500 LIMITED OPEN

3rd place: DERBY FENCE WORK $7,500 LIMITED OPEN

THIS ONE IS SHINY

CELEBRATION OF CHAMPIONS

This One Is Shiny  (This One Time x Lil Shiny Long Legs x  Shining Spark)

Ridden By Megan Ciana, Owned by Dean Rand & Megan Ciana 

3/4 tie: DERBY HERD WORK INTERMEDIATE NON-PRO

2/3 tie: DERBY HERD WORK NOVICE NON-PRO

Thank you Platinum!

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LATEST NEWS

2019 NSHA World's Richest Stock Horse Intermediate Champion

For Jay McLaughlin, winning the Intermediate Horse division of the World’s Richest Stock Horse was somewhat of a surprise. He rode 2012 stallion Shiney Outlaw (Shiners Nickel x Mereyda x Dual Rey) to third place in the Open division, but the Intermediate Horse division was created this year for horses that had not yet earned $100,000. After earning owner Michelle Cannon $3,750 in the Intermediate and $4,000 for placing third, the horse unofficially crossed the money mark.

 

With a 219 in the herd work and a 213 in the rein work, McLaughlin said the horse was challenged to put together a nice fence run. “Outlaw” answered the challenge with a resounding 227 score on a smooth run. While it all looked easy, McLaughlin said the stallion didn’t feel like he usually did in the rein work.

“We didn’t have the rein work we wanted,” said McLaughlin. “He came back and won the fence work, which was cool. But for me, the highlight was the herd work. I always knew he could cut but there was something that went on with him that kept him lower on the judge’s cards. Tonight, he marked a legit 219. It was really fun for me to show him to his potential, which I knew was there. It was nice to mark a 227, don’t get me wrong, but that was a legit herd work tonight.”

The first two riders in the cow work, Lance Johnston on Very Smart Remedy and Randy Paul on Lenaliltothewright, both zero scored. However, the dubious way the third run of the World’s Richest Stock Horse event started didn’t lessen McLaughlin’s confidence. Their monster 227 helped make up the ground lost in the reining.

McLaughlin has only trained and shown Outlaw since the National Reined Cow Horse Association Derby in Paso Robles, Calif., in June, where the duo won the Open Two Rein Spectacular after only three weeks together as a team. The plan is to continue to show the 7-year-old stallion in the two-rein and bridle for the rest of the year, including showing at the National Reined Cow Horse Association Celebration of Champions in February.

Many of these same bridle horses will be back in the arena with Outlaw down the road.

“It is no longer a knife fight but a full on missile fight—every horse in there could win,” said McLaughlin. “There were only 11 horses in there tonight but any one of those could win at any time. It is no longer futurity, derby and [done]. It isn’t the almighty dollar but what is best for the horse anymore.” – QUARTER HORSE NEWS

Shiney Outlaw and Jay McLaughlin pilot their way to another championship title!

Shiney Outlaw's Championship in the NRCHA World's Richest Intermediate Horseman & 3rd in the WR Open, won a total of $7,750.00!

 

That puts Shiney Outlaw over the $100,000 mark!

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