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“From the time I was 3 or 4 years old, my dad always had Quarter Horses,” Boechat said. “I began competing in barrel racing and then moved on to roping calves and team roping. While I was doing all this, all I wanted to do was reining.”

A new professional way of training quarter horses with the best trainers in Purcell, Oklahoma


At 11 years old, Boechat had his first reining horse and began showing in the sport. He wisely attended a clinic taught by Jango Salgado, one of the top reining trainers in Brazil. The clinic fueled the young rider’s passion, providing invaluable reining training tips and most importantly, the idea he could make training and riding his profession. 



2018 AQHA WORLD CHAMPION- Senior Reining on Ruf Lil Magnum

2018 OKRHA Ride & Slide Open Derby Reserve Champion- Ruf Lil Magnum

2017 AQHA World Champion Senior Reining- Wimpys Little Nite

2017 NRHA Derby Open L3 Co-Champion- Ruf Lil Magnum

2016 NRBC Open Developing Horse Division Champion- Xtra Voodoo Doc

2016 NRHA Derby L4 Open finalist on Xtra Voodoo Doc

2016 OKRHA Ride & Slide L3 Derby Reserve Champion on Xtra Taris Voodoo
2016 NRBC L4 Open Finalist on Xtra Taris Voodoo and Xtra Voodoo Doc, L3 Open Finalist on Xtra Taris Voodoo and Xtra Voodoo Doc
2016 NRBC Developing Horse Open Champion on Xtra Voodoo Doc
2015 NRBC L4 Open Finalist on Walla Whiz Affair
2015 NRHA Derby Finalist on Walla Whiz Affair
2015 Darling 888 Developing Horse Futurity Champion on Xtra Taris Voodoo
2015 AQHA World Show Junior Reining Finalist on Wimpys Little Nite and Walla Whiz Affair
2015 NRHA L4 Open Futurity Finalist on Xtra Taris Voodoo



World-class reiner Trevor Dare has dedicated his life to all things horse. Born on his family’s horse farm in central Ohio, he was raised by professional horse trainers –father Rusty Dare and uncle Rocky Dare – and mother Linda Dare, a horseback riding instructor and coach of hunt seat and national champion western middle school, high school and college equestrian teams.


Trevor started riding with his parents as a baby and independently at age three. An athletic rider, Trevor played sports as a youth including soccer and novice youth wrestling in addition riding horses. By age five he was loping older show horses for his Dad daily. At eight years, he began helping in the lesson program, riding behind new riders. He also did most of the riding on his own show horses while his Dad supervised. He never owned one horse for very long. Initially, his parents purchased his horses for him, but soon he was training horses and selling them to purchase better ones to show.




2019 AQHA World Champion- Senior Reining on Electric Wind

2019 Open Futurity Finalist- L3 & 4 on Magic Mann, Level 3 on Xtra Handsome Shiner and Jerseys Baby Driver

2019 NRHA Derby Open L4 Finalist on Xtra Dun Step and Xtra Gotta Step

2019 NRHA Derby Open L3 Reserve Champion on Xtra Dun Step

2019 NRHA Derby Open L3 3rd place on Xtra Gotta Step

2019 NRBC- Open Level 3 Finalist on Xtra Dun Step and Xtra Gotta Step

2017 NRHA Futurity Open Level 4 Finalist- 3rd place- Xtra Dun Step

2016 NRHA FUTURITY L4 - 4th  on Xtra New Pal Voodoo

2016 AQHA World Champion- Junior Reining on Xtra Black Magic
2016 L4 Open Derby Finalist on Xtra Voodoo Step
2015 NRBC L4 Open Finalist on Sugar Pop Step Ahead
2015 NRBC L3 and L2 Reserve Champion on Sugar Pop Step Ahead
2015 NRBC L2 Finalist on Xtra Vintage Step
2015 NRHA Derby L2 & L3 Open Finalist (Sugar Pop Step Ahead)
2015 Hollywoodstinseltown Open Futurity
L2, L3 & L4 Reserve Champion on Xtra Ruby Step
2015 NRHA FUTURITY L2 & L3 Finalist, Xtra Hollywood Step, Xtra Black Magic, and Xtra Ruby Step




Since the day Xtra Quarter Horses was originally established, Damian Rico has been a crucial part of the business. Damian is the head of the colt starting division with his main focus being on the younger horses. Here at Silver Spurs Equine, we believe a strong foundation is the key to a successful reining training program, and with Damian we feel we accomplish this with our horses.


With tremendous patience and a passion for the sport, he continues to strengthen his training abilities and learn from experience. In addition to the training department, Damian is in charge of overseeing a group of employees and managing day to day tasks for the ranch.

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