Run For A Million
THE RUN FOR A MILLION – ROOKIE AND NON PRO CHAMPIONSHIP QUALIFIER CONDITIONS
Qualifiers are being offered across the United States at regional NRHA approved events in 2020. The qualifying classes will run concurrent with NRHA Rookie Level 2 and NRHA Ancillary Non Pro divisions. Exhibitors are required to enter into the corresponding NRHA division to be eligible for The Run For A Million (TRFAM) Qualifier. There is a separate entry fee for each qualifying division; $200 for Rookie and $400 for Non Pro. There are no prizes or added prize money offered. The entry fees have been established to ensure those who are committed to wanting to take part in TRFAM Championships have the opportunity to do so without the possibility of being knocked out of a top five spot by another exhibitor who does not wish to, or cannot participate in TRFAM. All qualifier entry fees must be paid to TRFAM by the host event within fifteen days after the last day of competition and include a complete list of all exhibitors entered including their contact information. Late fees may apply after the fifteen day deadline.
THE RUN FOR A MILLION – NON PRO AND ROOKIE CHAMPIONSHIPS JULY 29 AND 30, 2020 LAS VEGAS, NV | PRE-REGISTRATION: (Must be received by July 20)Run For A Million THE RUN FOR A MILLION – ROOKIE AND NON PRO CHAMPIONSHIP QUALIFIER CONDITIONS Qualifiers are being offered across the United States at regional NRHA approved events in 2020.
The Run for a Million Canceled for 2020
From the producers of The Run for a Million:
The goal of THE LAST COWBOY and RUN FOR A MILLION is to celebrate and grow the sport of reining. The inaugural RUN FOR A MILLION generated an excitement that spread beyond the world of reining to all western performance horse disciplines — it could be felt at cutting events, cow horse events, and even in the world of rodeo. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it is not possible to produce and film THE LAST COWBOY or THE RUN FOR A MILLION in August. We have made the difficult decision to postpone the event until it can be produced with the same energy and excitement we experienced at the inaugural event.
All competitors who have qualified for the RM in the Rookie, Non Pro, and last year’s open shoot out are still qualified for the event once a date is secured. Those who have paid entry fees but not yet competed for the qualifier may either allow that entry fee to carry over or they may have their entry fee refunded and re-enter once a date and schedule is released.
THE RUN FOR A MILLION is produced by Brumley Management Group, LLC. For information regarding this event, sponsorship, vendor space, and advertising opportunities contact Brumley Management Group at [email protected]
The National Reining Horse Association is not responsible for information contained in this press release. Please contact the author or submitting organization for further information, requests or questions.The Run for a Million Canceled for 2020 From the producers of The Run for a Million: The goal of THE LAST COWBOY and RUN FOR A MILLION is to celebrate and grow the sport of reining. The ]]>