Reining Alberta Performance Program

Special Made Whiskey - L4 Open Champion ridden by Amanda Antifaev owned by Gord Robinson
Special Made Whiskey - L4 Open Champion ridden by Amanda Antifaev owned by Gord Robinson

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2017 RAPP 3YR Old Futurity & 4YR Old Derby Winners!


The 2017 Spring Classic featured the 4YR old Derby with congratulations going to Amanda Antifaev on Special Made Whiskey owned by Gord Robinson - L4 Open Champion

The L1 Open and Non Pro Champion was Ruf Lil Juice - owned and ridden by Regan Bikman


The 2017 Fall Classic featured the 3YR old Futurity with Garry Schwerdt on Sweet Gunsof Justice sweeping all three titles - L4 & L1 Open Champion and the Non Pro Championship.



January 1st, 2017 Update -


Thank you for your continued support of the Reining Alberta Performance Program, we are very excited to annouce that due to the support we have exceeded the guaranteed minimums and will have a TOTAL of $12,000 added to the 3 year old futurities ($6,000 Added to the Open Level 4 Futurity, $1,200 added to the Open Level 1 Futurity and $4,800 added to the Non Pro Level 4 Futurity).   PLUS RA will have $9,500 added to the RAPP 4 Year Old classes ($5,000 to the Open Level 4, $1,000 added to the Open Level 1 and $3,500 added to the Non Pro Level 4).  If your support continues on a similar pace Reining Alberta expects to see the added money to the Futurities to be greater than $18,000 in 2017 and the 4 Year old classes will have combined added monies of $14,000!   Making this program one of the richest in Canada!




What is the Reining Alberta Performance Program "RAPP"?

RAPP is a local breeding program designed to enhance the existing Reining Alberta Sire Incentive Program. The goal is to increase participation and purses. The program was expanded to allow any foal to be nominated to the program according to the fee schedule below.Foals sired by enrolled Stallions will be eligible for nomination in to the program at significantly reduced rates. The goal is to continue to promote the local stallions and have a program that will also benefit local breeders who chose to breed to other stallions.

Why change the Sire Incentive?

The RA Sire Incentive program was suffering from decreased participation and sustainability was a concern.The enhancements should significantly increase participation and benefit local reiners. RA estimates the monies generated from the enhancements will increase the purses from $10,000 to over $40,000!

How do I nominate my foal?

You must be a current Reining Alberta Member to nominate your foal. Nomination forms are available and are due by November 30, 2018.The nomination fee schedule is below.



Age as of January 1, 2018

Sire Incentive Foals

(Foals Sired by Enrolled Stallions)

Performance Program Foals







2 year old



3 year old



4 year old




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