Mike Honald has been riding from more than four decades, and the 56-year-old from Oregon hit it big with Shiney Travalena at the Reno Snaffle Bit Futurity.
Gun Dun It and Americas Supermodel turned in two great performances for Andrea Fappani and Casey Deary at the High Roller Reining Classic. In the end, the judges weren't able to separate them.
SJR Metallic Beau and trainer Ron Emmons put together a championship performance in the Sherri Gilkerson Memorial Open Bridle at the 2020 Reno Snaffle Bit Futurity.
The High Roller Reining Classic provided two talented riders a shot at redemption after disappointing results at the National Reining Breeders Classic (NRBC).
A stocky, dark sorrel, Colonel Freckles was a stallion whose athletic prowess in the cutting pen was only overshadowed by his offspring’s abilities in several Western performance disciplines. He passed away at the age of 13, but his genetics remain in the blood of horses that still step into the cutting, reining and reined cow […]
At the turn of the century, versatile stallion Smart Chic Olena’s career as a sire was taking off, buoyed by waves of successful offspring. The late stallion, who died in June 2012, now stands at $14 million in progeny earnings, with foals competing in cutting, reining, reined cow horse, barrel racing and team roping — […]
The Drought Buster reined cow horse show has relocated to Rapid City, South Dakota, and is poised to take place May 14-17.
A handsome, rich-colored sorrel, Doc Quixote turned heads wherever he went. 1973 National Cutting Horse Futurity (NCHA) Non-Pro Futurity Champion and Equi-Stat Elite $10 Million Sire are just a few highlights of Doc Quixote’s life. Doc Quioxte’s Performance and Genetics Listed for sale as a Futurity prospect in 1973 for the alleged price of $12,000, Doc […]
Dual Pep — a chestnut stallion with three white socks and a proud, intelligent aura — made a lasting impression on the Western performance horse industry through his own accomplishments and progeny. Dual Pep’s Performance Dual Pep accumulated a hefty $307,384 in lifetime earnings throughout his six-year cutting career. The stallion competed in the 1988 […]
At 20 years of age, National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Amateur Futurity Champion and decorated youth competitor Wood Ya Wanna has moved to greener pastures.