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The Richest ARHFA Sires and Dams

American Rope Horse Futurity Association (ARHFA) owners Jay and Lindsay Wadhams have produced rope horse futurities large and small across the United States for many years. Since 2008, the Wadhamses have submitted results from all of their rope horse futurities to Robin Glenn Pedigrees, which is now QData. The one-of-a-kind database tracks performance earnings as well as AQHA points and awards.

Beginning in 2017, the ARHFA coordinated with National Reined Cow Horse Association leadership to hold the $110,000-added World Championship Rope Horse Futurity in conjunction with the Snaffle Bit Futurity in Fort Worth, Texas. Coming up on its fourth year, the event has generated higher payout and participation numbers while attracting greater interest in the pedigrees that excel. For the first time, ARHFA All-Time Leading Sire and Dam charts are highlighted in the Team Roping Journal, with Bobby Lewis’ Dual Spark and Jack Bogart’s Jacks Royal Ginger topping their respective categories.

ALL-TIME LEADING ARHFA SIRE DUAL SPARK

Topping both the ARHFA All-Time Leading Sires list and emerging

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