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Brian Bell started his reining career at 18 years old. His performances combine speed, athleticism and precision. Brian achieved a significant milestone when he surpassed the Million Dollar Rider mark at the 2013 NRHA Futurity with two horses in the Open Level 4 finals. He has various titles and championships.

Brian is an active member of the National Reining Horse Association, the United States Equestrian Federation and the American Quarter Horse Association.


Here is some history. In 1990 he rode Cee Tina Step to the first of his many world championships, winning the NRHA Youth 14-18 world title. At only 18 years old, he bested seasoned competitors to win the prestigious All American Quarter Horse Congress Non Pro Futurity.

He moved into the professional ranks in 1995 and quickly made his mark there as well winning several major event titles. He has successfully competed at the highest levels of reining competition, including USET Reining Championship finals, the NRHA Futurity, NRHA Derby, NRBC, All American Quarter Horse Congress and AQHA World Show.

NRHA Lifetime Earnings of over $2 million!

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Naike Bell starting her riding career at the young age of 6! She started riding English first until the age of 16. When she was 18 she decided to make the switch to western. She saw a picture in a magazine of a reiner and decided that was what she wanted to pursue.


From there, she was determined and moved from her home town to start working for Rejean Levesque. She started as groom in 2004, with hard work she soon became an assistant trainer. She then received her Quebec certification as a trainer with the Quebec Horse Association. She entered the show pen for the first time in 2006. She was able to purchase her first horse in 2007 and started then in the Rookie Professional and Limited Open. Again with determination, she reached her goal of being Top 10 in the Limited Open in 2012.


After 8 years of being with Rejean, she decided to move to the United States. She worked with Mike McEntire. During her time with Mike, she learned a lot about starting upcoming 2 year olds. She made a quick decision to move to New Jersey, where she would get more experience in the show pen.


Sadly in 2017, she lost her father. She moved back to Canada to be with her family for a year. She found she missed training horses, and moved back to the United States and started working with Brian Bell Performance Horses. She is still determined and hardworking, and constantly perfecting her skills as an assistant horse trainer! 

Eduardo Giannasi Bio - Coming Soon


Breanne Fitzpatrick Bio - Coming Soon!

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