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Josh Armstrong

Born: October 6, 1968
Hometown: La Mesa, New Mexico

Josh Armstrong has been training reining and cowhorses for more than 20 years.

Armstrong has trained many horses that have earned Top 10 placings at the World Championship Quarter Horse Show, The National Reining Horse Association Futurity, the North American Reining Championships, the World Championship Reined Cowhorse Futurity and the All-American Quarter Horse Congress.

Armstrong is also the first competitor to show a horse in a reining class without reins or a bridle. He performed this feat at the All-American Quarter Horse Congress.

Armstrong is a two-time winner of the Freestyle Reining Championship at the All-American Quarter Horse Congress.

In 2009, Armstrong was sixth in the CRI2* at the International Reining Festival riding his own Quarter Horse Stallion, Von Reminic.

Armstrong started the 2010 season by competing in the Cowboy Capitol Classic with Von Reminic.

Armstrong also is a world-renowned trainer and coach having instructed riders from Europe, South America, Asia, Australia and Africa.
Armstrong runs the Armstrong Equine Services in La Mesa, NM.