Brian Bell is loved by reining fans for the powerful performances he is known for. Time and time again, Bell combines speed, athleticism, and precision, the key ingredients for his winning runs.
One of the youngest trainers in the business, Bell has already won OVER $600,000 in the reining show pen, and has consistently ranked in the top 50 of the nation's top reining horse trainers. He has won more than 100 NRHA bronze championship trophies and has already garnered four NRHA (National Reining Horse Association) world titles.
Brian's natural training talent became apparent as just a youth rider. He was the first NRHA youth incentive winner. Headlines screamed when at the early age of 18, he won the prestigious All American Quarter Horse Congress Non Pro Futurity, beating out riders twice his age.
Currently the youngest trainer to rank among the top 50 reining competitors in the world, Brian has established himself as one of the industry's most talented trainers and has already claimed more than 100 reining championships during his career. In 2005, he won 25 NRHA bronze trophies, the prestigious championship trophy of the National Reining Horse Association and finished the year with a Reserve World Champion title!
BRIAN BELL is ranked #11 and is the youngest to win such ranking on the top 50 riders of the NRHA, and at this stage in his career he has won more world titles than any of his peers. This past December, in Oklahoma City at the NRHA Futurity Finals, Brian rode Starbucks Jazz in a remarkable performance that ended in a little bad luck. However, Brian entered the Futurity pen later in the evening on Collena’s Finest Tafy to mark a 226.5 and walk away with the 2006 Reserve Open Futurity Finals Championship.
Brian Bell, Trainer
5-Time NRHA World Champion
Ranked in Top 50 Trainers List
Won over 100 NRHA Bronzes
Multiple Futurity Champion
Multiple Derby Champion
Dates: July 7 & 8, 2007
Location: Miller Coliseum, Murfreesboro, Tennessee