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Industry Leaders Join Solo Select, Relentless Remuda in Time To Glo Partnership

Updated: Jun 29

Time To Glo Black Stallion
Time To Glo | Elite Equine Promotions Photo

Some of the performance horse industry's most influential owners have joined Solo Select and Relentless Remuda in the Time To Glo Partnership on the 2019 stallion who's already won $140,082 in just 16 months of competition, including two Gold Buckle Futurities Superhorse titles.


"When we considered who we wanted on this team, we knew we needed individuals committed to advancing the rope horse futurity industry," said Melanie Smith. "Each member brings a unique set of strengths and perspectives that we believe will ensure Time To Glo's success and expedite the growth of our industry."



The partnership includes Kaleb Terlip, co-owner of Woody Be Tuff, Pride And Joyy and OE Nutraceuticals; Redgie Probst, owner of 3 String Cattle Co and COO of Quanta Services; Trevor Brazile and Miles Baker of the Relentless Remuda; and Miguel Guerrero Elias, owner of Las Tunas Cattle Co.


"I've been fascinated by the job Melanie and Ty do, and what can I say about Miles and Trevor?" Elias said. "It’s not just about the horse, it’s about the people. I’m very much looking forward to this business, and we're part of The Darkk Side Syndicate, too. I’m very glad we got the opportunity to get our hands on Time To Glo. He will be a light at the end of the tunnel to see a new line of rope horses, and he will make his own history. He has a big heart, and he has a lot to give in the hands of Miles and Trevor. I think Time To Glo has a light of his own. He is one of a kind. And now we’re going to start seeing his offspring proving themselves, too."

Miguel Guerrero Elias
Miguel Guerrero Elias, Las Tunas Cattle Co. | Courtesy Las Tunas Cattle Co.

Baker and Brazile will continue to showcase Time To Glo at the elite level of the rope horse futurity business, while Solo Select will cross the son of Hickory Holly Time out of the industry's original blue-hen mare, Look At Her Glo, on hand-picked mares.


Redgie Probst
Redgie Probst at the Ariat World Series of Team Roping Finale | Jennings Photography

"I think for us, it's just trying to make the perfect team roping horse," Probst said. "My interest in it is obviously my kids and our love of team roping, and I think we invested in that horse specifically because you can make heel horses by him, and cross him on some really good race mares to make really good head horses too. He's dang sure athletic enough, and he's pretty. I have three young daughters who all breakaway rope, and that horse has been shown in the breakaway and has potential there. I think siring some good breakaway horses is in his future, too."


Probst is also the co-founder of the Old West Rope Horse Futurity, the $405,000-added event this July 25-27 in Wallsburg, Utah, where Brazile will head and heel on Time To Glo, while three-time National Finals of Breakaway Roping qualifier Cheyanne McCartney will ride him in the breakaway.


Kaleb Terlip
Kaleb Terlip, co-owner of Pride And Joyy, Woody Be Tuff and Time To Glo. | Courtesy Kaleb Terlip

"I'm really excited to get him and be a part of it with the group of partners we got," Terlip said. "I wasn't expecting it. Ty and Melanie and I had started this conversation about six months ago and really hadn't circled back around to it. They called and said they had a chance to get him, and I said I was in. It was kind of a shock, and we'd talked about it and not gotten anywhere previously on it. To know I have part of Woody, Time To Glo and Pride And Joyy and being a share holder on The Darkk Side, it's surreal to say I have part of the best rope horse stallions going. I really enjoy the rope horse futurity deal, having sponsored Jay Wadhams' ARHFA for so many years, having roped in the past, and having been involved in the barrel racing and the cutting. But I've had the roping as my fun thing, and having guys Trevor Brazile, Miles Baker, Paul Eaves, Joseph Harrison and Jeremy Buhler riding these horses is unbelievable."


Solo Select will release more breeding information on Time To Glo in Fall 2024.



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