ROYAL REWARDS: How the Best Young Horses in the Game Were Made
Rhen Richard, Daniel Rice and Cole Davison explain the ins and the outs of making and showing their Royal Crown-winning futurity and maturity horses.
Daniel Rice

The Royal Crown in Buckeye, Arizona, paid out hundreds of thousands of dollars to some of the best young rope horses in the country Feb. 13-14.

Rhen Richard dominated the event, winning three different divisions—two heading and one heeling. Daniel Rice and Cole Davison each won a heeling spot, and they all stop by The Score to talk to host Chelsea Shaffer about their horses.

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