Beau Galyean swung a leg over another winner at the West Texas Futurity – this time partnered with Metallic Cat son Stevie Rey Von to clinch the 5/6-Year-Old Open Championship.
Eric Wisehart had a plan in mind when he walked into the herd for the Cascades Futurity Intermediate Open finals. It worked out even better than he hoped.
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Breast Collars, in one form or another, have been in use ever since riders began putting padding between themselves and the horse. The purpose: to keep the cinched saddle from sliding back and out of place. Ancient sculptures show Assyrian, Egyptian, Greek and Roman horsemen using a breast collar. The use of a breast collars […]
Hott Rox was making his career debut at the Cascades Futurity, but the sorrel gelding put not one, but two, high-scoring runs on finals night.
Late summer is a busy time for reiners preparing for the National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Affiliate Regional Championships and the NRHA Futurity & Adequan® North American Affiliate Championship Show. With the vast amount of events taking place, it’s an exciting time for not only exhibitors but also owners eagerly awaiting results to watch their […]
When Julie Clarke thought about how many horsemen she might attract to the inaugural Cascades Futurity cutting in Oregon, she set her goal at filling 300 stalls. She got a lot more than that.
The West Texas Futurity kicked off on Thursday, Aug. 9, in Amarillo, Texas. On Sunday, Aug. 12, the Derby Open featured 24 horse-and-rider teams competing for the title, two of which marked a 225, tying for the win. Matt Miller, aboard Carolena Reyn, and Beau Galyean, riding Rollz Royce, were both awarded a check for $8,000. […]
Cutter McLaughlin knows what it’s like to win a World title – he’s been winning them for years aboard CD Dee Vee Dee.
Taylor Zimmerman, of Rogersville, Missouri, wasn’t leaving anything to chance on her quest to win a World championship. That determination helped the 17-year-old rider, who has lifetime reining earnings of $136,943, win the American Quarter Horse Youth Association (AQHYA) Reining World Championship, as well as Reserve honors.
Winning an American Quarter Horse Youth Association (AQHYA) World title is not an easy task, but winning back-to-back World titles is doubly hard. Newly crowned Level 3 Cutting World Champion Faith Farris, of Midway, Texas, is the second member of her family to win back-to-back AQHYA World titles, with her older brother, Kyle, having won […]