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NRBC Champions 2003-2008: Where Are They now?

A look back at prior years NRBC champions Reminic N Dunit (2003 & 2004), Hit The Lights (2005), Einsteins Revolution (2006), Custom Legend (2007) and Wimpys Little Chic (2008) and where they are now.

2003 & 2004 Reminic N Dunit & Dell Hendricks 

Back to back Champions with total earnings of over $163,000.  The only time this has ever been accomplished.  He is now standing in Brazil

2005 Hit The Lights & Dell Hendricks 

He was also a 2x NRHA Open Derby Finalist and won over $112,000 before being relocated to Brazil where he is now living and standing at stud.

2006 Einsteins Revolution & Shawn Flarida 

After winning the NRBC he returned the following year with Ruben Vandorp and took home the Reserve Championship.  Now standing at Silver Spurs Equine, he has become an NRHA $1 Million Sire    

Watch Einsteins Revolution’s winning run at the 2006 NRBC here.

2007 Custom Legend & Andrea Fappani 

Marking a record setting 236.5, Custom Legend gave Andrea Fappani his first NRBC win    

Watch Custom Legends’s winning run at the 2007 NRBC here.

2008 Wimpys Little Chic & Shawn Flarida 

Winning the NRBC was just one step in her journey of earning over half a million dollars.  She came back the following year to earn the Reserve Championship and has since been inducted into the NRHA Hall of Fame. She is owned by Arcese Quarter Horses and her first foal ARC Gunnabeabigstar was the NRHA Open Futurity Co-Champion.



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