Nominations are open for the Horse Stars Hall of Fame, an honor that celebrates horses that have made a life-changing impact on people.
The NCHA has created text-alert services for the Futurity and the World Finals shows.
New York reining horse trainer Dean Brown recently became the newest NRHA Million Dollar Rider.
One year after the FEI voted to terminate its agreement with the NRHA, the two organizations have reached a new agreement to ensure the continuation of reining on an international stage.
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 […]
Winners at this year’s 7 Ranch National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) World Finals will be recognized during multiple receptions during the show.
The American Horse Council (AHC) will soon roll out the 2019 edition of the AHC Tax Handbook, an important reference book for informing members of the horse industry about major changes brought about by landmark tax reform legislation, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (“TCJA”) of 2017. This statute rewrote key provisions of the U.S. […]
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.