The coronavirus continues to shape the spring show season for cutters, reiners and reined cow horse participants.
Along with a recommendation to postpone or cancel shows through April 20, the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) has suspended several program standings.
Following mandates from the mayor of Fort Worth, Texas, the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) and the City of Fort Worth are examining their options for the Kit Kat Sugar Super Stakes.
The repercussions of the coronavirus are being felt across the country in the horse industry.
Reiners hoping to qualify for The Run For A Million (TRFAM) Million Dollar Invitational are having to adjust course.
Another major industry event is postponed due to concerns about coronavirus.
The highest-earning stallion out of million-dollar producer Louella Again has retired.
A stallion known for his versatility as both a performer and a sire has died at the age of 25.
It was a triple threat at the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Futurity 2-Year-Old Sales, held Dec. 9-10 in Fort Worth, Texas. Three consignments, led by Fancy Deville, attracted bids of $300,000 or more.
The National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) tried a new schedule at the Futurity Sales to give the Marketplace session a boost, and it paid off. Xtra Half N Half did his part to lift the numbers.