On Friday evening, April 12,Bob Anthony, 79, Tallahassee, Fla., experienced chest pains; however, he chose not to go to the hospital. By Saturday morning, when the pains had not lessened, Anthony agreed to go to be hospitalized. It was determined that he had indeed suffered a heart attack.
A stent was placed in the blocked artery, which immediately eased the pain and got the blood flowing. Anthony had quadruple bypass surgery in 1998.
Starting in December, the National Cutting Horse Association’s (NCHA) three highest-profile limited-age shows – the NCHA Futurity, NCHA Super Stakes and NCHA Summer Spectacular – will all be highlighted in national cable television network broadcasts less than one week after they end.
It’s a first for the European reining world, made possible thanks to the generosity of those who are always ready to help promote reining. The 2013 NRHA Futurity Online Stallion Auction is opening its doors to the rest of the world, and mare owners can start making bids for breedings to history-making sires on www.nrhaeuropeanfuturity.com. To bid, simply click on the 2013 NRHA Futurity Online Stallion Auction link.
Tapt Twice, the 1999 mare (Dual Pep x Tap O Lena x Doc O’Lena) who carried her breeders and longtime owners and riders Phil and Mary Ann Rapp, Weatherford, Texas, to combined cutting earnings of $285,226, recently became the 15th mare to produce cutting earners of more than $1,000,000.
Magnum Chic Dream reached a milestone in his career by becoming the National Reining Horse Assocation’s (NRHA) 12th Two Million Dollar Sire. Owned by Viola Scott, the 17-year-old sorrel stallion currently stands at Cedar Ridge Stallion Station, Whitesboro, Texas.