Im Countin Checks is rising in the ranks of National Cutting Horse Association.
Armani Blue and Adan Banuelos added a second futurity victory to their show record, winning the Futurity Open Championship at the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) El Rancho Futurity and Foothill Fiesta with a 225 finals score at the Murieta Equestrian Center in Rancho Murieta, California. At the end of August, Banuelos rode the blue […]
The National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Executive Committee voted Aug. 7 to pass new rules limiting the number of horses a rider can show. Approximately one month later, they changed their minds.
The 2019 Return To The Remuda Sale will feature 169 horses from historic ranches with world-renown Western performance horse breeding programs.
Horses from counties with positive cases of Vesicular Stomatitis (VSV) — including several with a large number of Western performance horses — will not be allowed to compete at next month's All American Quarter Horse Congress in Ohio, officials say.
The new executive director of the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) has announced his resignation.
A Star Is Borne and Michael Cooper, a cowboy from Bucyrus, Kansas, rode away with the $10,100 grand prize in the Futurity Open of the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Cotton Stakes on Thursday in West Monroe, Louisiana. A Star Is Borne, a mare, is by Boon Too Suen and out of Holly Is Smooth […]
New rules limiting the number of horses competitors can show in certain classes will be discussed next week at a special meeting of the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Executive Committee, an official says.
Adan Banuelos had two good reasons to celebrate at the Idaho Cutting Horse Association (ICHA) Futurity in Nampa after riding Armani Blue to victory in the Futurity Open finals and Badboonarising to the 4-Year-Old Open winner’s circle. Also claiming two aged-event championships at the Ford Idaho Horse Park was Elizabeth Quirk, who rode Dressedin Smartstyle […]
The National Youth Cutting Horse Association (NYCHA) is going to look a little different this time next year, officials say.