Gunnatrashya Soars Past NRHA $5 Million Sire Milestone

Gunnatrashya, a 2006 sorrel stallion by National Reining Horse Association $12 Million Sire Gunner out of Natrasha, first became an NRHA Million Dollar Sire in 2017. In every subsequent year, the stallion, owned by Arcese Quarter Horses USA, has passed another million-dollar milestone, and with less than two months remaining in 2021, he’s done it again.

Gunnatrashya foals won more than $30,000 at the recent Southwest Reining Horse Association Futurity, including Makin A Little Trash (Xtra Voodoo Dora), who finished third in the Level 4 Open and reserve in the Level 3 Open.

Gunnatrashya’s first foal crop burst onto the reining scene in 2014, with show pen standouts ARC Gunnabeabigstar (LTE $289,999) and ARC Gunna Sparkya (LTE $119,605). That initial success was just a glimpse into what has become a historic stallion career.

Gunnatrashya, bred by Katarina Dorminy, had just as successful of a career in the show pen as he has had in the breeding shed. With NRHA Six Million Dollar Rider and Hall of Fame Inductee Shawn Flarida at the reins, Gunnatrashya was the 2009 NRHA Open Futurity Champion, the 2010 NRHA Open Derby Champion and the 2009 All American Quarter Horse Congress Open Futurity Champion. Even with limited showing, he accumulated more than $218,000 in NRHA lifetime earnings.
Gunnatrashya’s top-earning offspring are:

  • ARC Gunnabeabigstar (out of Wimpys Little Chic): $298,999
  • Super Marioo (out of HA Chic A Tune): $285,348
  • Inferno Sixty Six (out of Snip O Gun): $205,690
  • Gunna Stop (out of Stop Little Sister): $172,762
  • ARC Gunna Mark Ya (out of Shiney Miss Marker): $163,877
  • Gunnabebigtime (out of Big Time Jazzy): $147,486
  • Gunnarickashay (out of Rondas Tio): $147,229
  • Loveya (out of Love Em N Lena): $131,861
  • ARC Gunna Sparkya (out of Sailing Spark): $119,605
  • Diamond Studded Guns (out of Like To Flo): $110,814

 Congratulations to Gunnatrashya and Arcese Quarter Horses USA.

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