NRHA Names 2014 Professionals of the Year
AQHA Professional Horsewoman Tanya Jenkins was named the National Reining Horse Association’s Professional Horsewoman of 2014. She was in good company with AQHA Professional Horseman Shane Brown earning the NRHA Non-Pro Coach of the Year, plus Sebastian Petroll as the Professional of the Year, Casey Deary as the Youth Coach of the Year and Jordan “Kole” Price as the Up-and-Coming Professional of the Year.
Tanya Jenkins, a resident of Temecula, California, has been an NRHA member since 1996, and throughout her time being involved with NRHA has earned more than $443,000 in lifetime earnings.
But more important than her winnings total is her dedication to her clients and their success. Focusing on how she sets up her non-pro and youth clients with their mounts is a key part of her program. Jenkins makes sure they use the best equipment and understand how to effectively and efficiently communicate with their horse.
Jenkins has been an NRHA professional since 2004, and along with her own impressive list of accomplishments in the show arena, she sets up her clients to be in the winners circle just as much in both local and major competitions.
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