Lloyd Cox posted his first check to Equi-Stat in 1985. The Delta, Missouri, native got his start with a $751 payday in the Futurity Open of the South Dakota Cutting Horse Futurity and Maturity. It was merely the beginning of a storied career in Western performance’s richest sport. Today, the industry giant stands at $9,540,351 […]
Ricky N Reyd Streaks and Rieta Dufurrena, the winners of the Amateur Cutting Level 3 finals, did double-duty in order to claim victory at the American Quarter Horse Association World Championship Show in Oklahoma City. Dufurrena of Gainesville, Texas, and the 6-year-old gelding (Dual Rey x GS Kittys Littlelena x Smart Little Lena), bred by […]
Winners at this year’s 7 Ranch National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) World Finals will be recognized during multiple receptions during the show.
Equi-Stat Elite $4 Million Rider Lindy Burch and her mare Bet Shes Smooth took control in the Senior Cutting Level 3 finals — scoring a 219.5 to win the AQHA World Championship Show in Oklahoma City. Burch said she was happy to draw early, fourth, in the finals. “In the preliminary go-round, I was last […]
Rockin KW and California trainer Dylan Meyer were rockin’ at the American Quarter Horse Association World Championship Show in Oklahoma City. They scored a 225.5 to move to the No. 1 position in the Junior Cutting Level 3 finals on Sunday evening. On Monday morning, the 5-year-old mare, bred by Circle Y Ranch and owned […]
Two special meetings planned during the NCHA Futurity to discuss proposed changes to the association's bylaws have been postponed.
Color Me Smart (PT) has always had a way of standing out in a crowd.
The National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) has hired Jay Winborn as its new executive director.
Jackson, MS – Oct. 18-26, 2019 738 Entries – $225,000 Added – $600,016.64 Total Purse Horse / Rider / Owner / Score / Finals $ / Total $ FUTURITY OPEN – 44 E. – $44,745.80 Add. – $123,132.12 TP 1) CANDY MAN (16G) / Salvador Cabral / Billy W Powell, 224, $15,050.60, $25,078.40 (Kit Kat […]
The Western performance horse industry has changed forever with the loss of an undeniable legend.