Reyzin The Cash Joins Forces With PCCHA

The 2022 PCCHA Reyzin The Cash Derby will include a $165,000 Reyzin The Cash Incentive

Iron Rose Ranch, owner of Reyzin The Cash, is pleased to announce a $165,000 incentive at the 2022 Pacific Coast Cutting Horse Association, Reyzin The Cash Derby. Iron Rose Ranch owner Tom Bailey entices cutting horse owners and riders to travel to Las Vegas, Nevada, June of 2022, and lay it all on the table aboard by Reyzin The Cash sired offspring.

To be eligible for the Reyzin The Cash bonus Incentive, you must make the Open Finals, Non Pro Finals or Amateur Finals competing on a horse sired by Reyzin The Cash. The incentive pays out, to the highest placing in each of the listed classes. Derby Classes: Open – $55,000, Non Pro – $25,000, Amateur – $20,000. Classic Challenge Classes: Open – $40,000, Non Pro – $15,000, Amateur – $10,000.

Iron Rose Ranch, located in Carbondale, Colorado, maintains the goal of breeding and training competitive western performance horses through high quality mares. In addition to owning Reyzin The Cash, they also own an elite band of broodmares, a fresh cattle operation and prospect sale horses.

“It’s a thrill to support the PCCHA with this Incentive and be welcomed aboard as the new title sponsor of the PCCHA Derby,” stated Tom Bailey. “We believe Reyzin The Cash can produce competitive cutting horses and we want to give back to those who share this view. We love good horses and good horsemanship. We feel cutting horses deserve this type of purse to compete for.”

Reyzin The Cash left his legacy in the cutting pen, collecting $278,766 in National Cutting Horse Association lifetime earnings. He amassed numerous prestigious titles throughout his show career including the 2015 NCHA Summer Spectacular Derby Open championship, 2016 NCHA Summer Spectacular Open Classic championship and the one that brought us back here, PCCHA Derby Open Classic Champion. After an impressive show career, Reyzin The Cash is now stamping his new legacy as a sire and marking his offspring for success.

This young sire has already earned over $1,600,000 in sire earnings. The 2011 sorrel stallion, sired by Dual Rey and out of Spookys Cash, by Miss N Cash, is American Quarter Horse Association and American Paint Horse Association registered. He stands at Oswood Stallion Station in Weatherford, Texas.