Officials late last week announced that Triangle Horse Sales would relocate its sale site from Shawnee, Oklahoma, to the State Fair Park in Oklahoma City. The OKC location will serve as the new home for Triangle’s annual sales and will debut as host site with its “January Sale,” scheduled for Jan. 24-25. Jim Ware, owner […]
Two special meetings planned during the NCHA Futurity to discuss proposed changes to the association's bylaws have been postponed.
The Fort Worth City Council has agreed to allow a section of land at the Will Rogers Memorial Center to be developed for a possible location for the AQHA headquarters and museum.
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.
The Western performance horse industry has changed forever with the loss of an undeniable legend.
The NRHyA is set to auction a piece of history: NRHA Professional Bob Avila’s 1994 NRHA Futurity champion saddle.
Equine communities across the world conveyed feelings of sadness upon learning of the passing of acclaimed sire Hydrive Cat.
The late Pat Feuerstein was an editor, writer and a member of the National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Hall of Fame. The former senior reining editor of Quarter Horse News died Oct. 18.
To much of the world, the late Bob Kingsley was the voice of country music. He brought them the top songs in the nation on the radio for decades. Cutters knew him for a lot more than that.