When Somethingtobelievein set foot in the deep Will Rogers sand, it probably looked like any other cutting to the sorrel mare.
Texas horseman and long-time member of the cutting horse community Gary Ray has died.
A spell of bad luck didn’t deter Thomas Bray and Im Highly Decorated from cutting their way to victory in the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Metallic Cat Summer Spectacular Classic/Challenge Limited Open. The duo scored a 221.5 to bring home the title, winning $11,954. “I hadn’t made the finals in here [Will Rogers Coliseum] […]
After having won the 5/6-Year-Old Unlimited Amateur Championship at The Non Pro plus The Open a few weeks prior to the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Western Nationals, Regan Plendl and her fancy gelding Cats Lightning Rey continued their winning streak. The pair claimed the Non-Pro Championship with a 221 score to earn a $5,070 […]
A Texas plane crash that reportedly killed four members of a prominent cutting horse breeder’s family is under investigation by federal authorities.
It could have been beginner’s luck, but more than likely, winning the $50,000 Amateur finals at her first National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Western Nationals was the result of Misty Greeson’s hard work and determination to make Lil Maddy Rey a show champion. The duo scored a 222 for the win and garnered $4,303. Greeson […]
The NCHA Summer Spectacular will be two days longer than anticipated due to increased entries.
Metallic Cat continues to shatter records and overtake his competition. Yet again, he surpassed an elite mark as a Western performance horse sire.
Homebred A Groovy Kindof Love made owner and rider Traci Shehady proud when he won the 4-Year-Old Unlimited Amateur Championship at The Non Pro Plus The Open. The pair scored a 219 together, besting second place Emmy Be Tuff and rider Margot Hazell by 4 points. “He was just really spot on and had it […]
Some comebacks are years in the making. They’re carefully choreographed, plotted and mapped out – maybe even years in advance. James Vangilder’s return to cutting wasn't like that. It was an accident.