The First Annual Heritage Futurity, which took place October 3-6, featured $60,000 in total added money and was held at The Great Southwest Equestrian Center, located in Katy, Texas. Nathan Piper and In Like Flinn, owned by John and Nacy Tague.
The Futurity took place on the dates of a previous National Reining Horse Association-approved show that had been held at the facility for the past two years. The show was produced by Great Southwest Equestrian Center with Tim and Colleen McQuay serving as advisors and consultants.
The Heritage Futurity was created to grow that existing show into a quality futurity event for the reining community. With the cancellation of a couple of existing reining futurities, there is a real need for such an event and the Great Southwest Equestrian Center is proud to join the lineup of quality Futurity events in the south central United States.