It’s hard enough to claim a World Championship at the American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA)/Lucas Oil World Championship Show, given the volume of tough competitors to perform in Oklahoma City. But attempting to clinch the same title two consecutive years is an even more daunting task.
Some of the cow horse industry’s leading professionals convened for the Senior Working Cow Horse finals at the American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA)/Lucas Oil World Championship Show, and they certainly put on exciting performances.
Sixteen horses showed up at the American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA)/Lucas Oil World Show Junior Working Cow Horse finals with the hopes of taking home the World Championship title, but only one combination walked away with the honors.
The American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA)/Lucas Oil World Championship World Show is still in full swing, and the Junior reiners added to the excitement of the event.
There has already been plenty of action at the American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA)/Lucas Oil World Championship World Show, and when the Senior reiners took the stage, the dirt-kicking energy didn’t die.
The American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA)/Lucas Oil World Championship Show kicked off on Nov. 2, and the cutting finals were the first to take place in Oklahoma City. In the Senior Cutting, it was Equi-Stat Elite $5 Million Rider Kobie Wood and his homebred Donas Suen Boon who went home with the title.
The No. 1 National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Futurity money-earner is The Gemnist, who was ridden by Kathy Daughn to win the 1985 Futurity Open Championship. The Gemnist (Doc Bar Gem x Miss Fancy Zan x Black Gold Zan), a 1982 gelding whose Equi-Stat record totals $368,547, was bred by Jim and Mary Jo Milner, […]
Metallic Rebel. The name speaks for itself. He is a force in the cutting pen that can seldom be beat. At the Southern Cutting Futurity, he added a couple major accomplishments to his list of accolades – National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Open Horse of the Year and a career record score.
During the Legacy Reining Sales this year, big crowds made high bids on well-bred prospects and proven performers. The sale, held at Cardinal Training Center in Aubrey, Texas, Oct. 20-21, is a mainstay each year for reiners and other Western performance industry members.
The last finals of the Brazos Bash just wrapped up, and the action of the show continued through the final buzzer.