Seth Ingram grew up in Idaho and Wyoming and has been riding with his parents before he could even walk or talk. As a youngster, he spent a lot of his time in the barn or in a pick-up truck. By the age of eight, he was training his own horses, and two years later was showing reining horses.
It seems Seth has always had a passion for training and showing these remarkable equine athletes. From 2002-2005, Seth trained and showed reining horses to several titles on behalf of Ed Fear Quarter Horses and Double J Ranch.
But as he matured, his dreams to compete in the National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Open divisions became reality. Seth is 2002, 2007, 2009, 2012 Top Ten Rider in two NRHA Open divisions. His lifelong passion and involvement in training and showing horses continue to drive his success in competition. Seth participates in NRHA Futurity and Derby Shows and Auxillary classes and titles.
Special Horses Are the Start of a Seth Ingram Legacy
In fact, in 2020 Seth rode Dreamin’ About Cash to the Level 1 NRHA Futurity Finals in Oklahoma City. Plus, he came close to making the semi-finals with another horse in the same event.
Big Hollywood Dun was an exceptional horse that Seth started and was thrilled to show. Seth went on to win the 2012 NRHA Derby Levels 1, 2, and 3 on this exceptional horse. He was also first to win all four levels in 2012 at the DRHA Derby Bill Horn Memorial. Mike McEntire went on to show the same horse in the 2013 FRHA Derby and DRHA Derby. He was 2nd in Level 4.
Happy to call Oklahoma home, today, Seth and family continue to train reining horses and performance horses as well as coaching non-pros. He sells, shows, and trains competitive futurity and derby horses. You can contact Seth here.