As the bidding for Wood She B Magic climbed in the Watt Arena at the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Futurity Sales, consignor Wes Ashlock was overcome with emotion. He never expected the filly would reach seven figures.
I’ve been lucky enough to enjoy several different sports throughout the years. In that time, I’ve also had the pleasure of training with all kinds of coaches.
The richest event in reining isn’t happening this year.
Another National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA)-produced show has been cancelled.
The last thing you want is to read another commentary about the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 or the respiratory disease COIVD-19. But as a journalist, I would be remiss not to address it. The situation is fast-changing. What is true today may be vastly different from what is happening in the world by the time you […]
Where do good horses come from? What about great ones? I think most of us can agree it’s a careful balance of genetics, athleticism, conformation and trainability … all with at least a pinch of God-given talent. But what it takes to develop great horses into performers in our industry is a different matter. Along with […]
The Pacific Coast Cutting Horse Association (PCCHA) Core Balance Derby has just joined a long list of events called off due to COVID-19.
The coronavirus continues to shape the spring show season for cutters, reiners and reined cow horse participants.
Just two weeks after her dam’s death, 2014 National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Open Horse of the Year Junie Wood was laid to rest. She was 10 years old.
Learn more about the NCHA’s candidates for vice president this year, as well as their opinions on important issues affecting cutting today.