2016 Lifetime Reined Cow Horse Statistics

The Equi-Stat Lifetime Reined Cow Horse Statistics includes reined cow horse money earned between Jan. 1, 1992 and June 30, 2016. Money attributed to a rider, owner or breeder does not reflect who received the payout, but rather the money earned by horses ridden, owned or bred by that person, group or entity. In the […]

2016 Lifetime Reining Statistics

This review contains information compiled, researched and tabulated from 1988 through June 30, 2016. The charts rank reining’s all-time leaders according to money won at aged and ancillary events. The review includes regular purse money and money awarded by incentives open to all stallions. It does not include money awarded by restricted or “closed” incentives […]

2016 Cutting Annual Statistics

This 32nd annual Quarter Horse News Equi-Stat Annual Cutting Statistical Review contains information that was compiled, researched and tabulated by Equi-Stat, a division of Cowboy Publishing Group. Money attributed to a horse is the amount of money that particular horse won and is in no way related to who actually received the money. In the […]

2017 Lifetime Cutting Statistics

The 2017 Lifetime Cutting Statistics contain information compiled, researched and tabulated through the end of 2016. The charts rank cutting’s all-time leaders according to money won at aged and any-age events. The data contained in this review includes regular purse money and money awarded by incentives open to all stallions. The money attributed to a […]

A Rising Star

Her dam wasn’t purchased for any reason other than because she was a cutting-bred mare. She wasn’t bred to excel in any particular discipline. Her foray into the breeding world was a last-minute back-up plan. And yet Myo Starlight has quickly become a rising star, finishing 2016 as the No. 1 dam of reining horses while also producing money-earners in the reined cow horse arena.

Intrinsic Value

As a kid, I showed horses on the Michigan Quarter Horse Association circuit. The prizes were ribbons, and for me and my horse, blue ones were few and far between. My family couldn’t afford a horse that could compete at the top levels, so while I could win at open shows, I was thrilled to pick up a ribbon of any color at a breed show.

PCCHA Derby Open Dominated by Co-Champions

The Pacific Coast Cutting Horse Association (PCCHA) Core Balance Derby and Classic Challenge came to a close June 18 with Crafty With Cows and Reysin Kittens being named co-champions in the feature event after marking scores of 223. Crafty With Cows was ridden by Darren Simpkins, while Jaime Snider rode Reysin Kittens.

Mercuria Wins Shake Up NCHA World Standings

Mercuria/NCHA World Series of Cutting held at the Pacific Coast Cutting Horse Association (PCCHA) Core Balance Derby on Saturday saw new faces jump into the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) World standings in both the Open and Non-Pro.

In the Blood: Cinca Im Hot

Cinca Im Hot marked her emergence into the derby division with a win in the Breeder’s Invitational Derby Open at the Expo Square in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She entered the arena the first time in the 2016 National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Futurity Open, placing 16th in the finals. Shortly after that, she encountered a foot […]

In The Blood: Bea Pure Cat

Bea Pure Cat came away from the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Scottsdale National Championships with a double win. He carried trainer Morgan Cromer to the Open Co-Championship and owner Jill Roth to the Non-Pro Championship. The dual wins brought Bea Pure Cat’s earnings to $121,572.