Poco Bueno gravesite.
Poco Bueno was put to rest standing, as outlined by his owner's will. Photo by Gerald McLeod

Writer details trip to the gravesite of Poco Bueno

When rancher E. Paul Waggoner died in 1967, he left instructions in his will that directed his heirs on burial arrangements for American Quarter Horse Hall of Famer Poco Bueno. When that time came, in 1969, Waggoner’s estate complied with that request and set “Pokie” at rest in a plot just south of Vernon, Texas, […]
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Metallic Cat: Soaring to New Heights

He wowed right out of the gate at the 2008 National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Futurity, and the spotlight has never dimmed. Indeed, Metallic Cat has stormed the Western performance horse industry.
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Ohio Officials Relax Ban on Vesicular Stomatitis

Horses from counties where vesicular stomatitis (VSV) has been found may now be able to enter the state of Ohio for next month's All American Quarter Horse Congress. The change comes from new rules announced this week.
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Big Chex To Cash Rolls Past $1 Million Sire Status

 Big Chex To Cash has unofficially joined the National Reining Horse Association’s (NRHA) Million Dollar Sire list. NRHA congratulates the 2002 stallion and his owners, Silver Spurs Equine, LLC. Big Chex To Cash is by NRHA Three Million Dollar Sire Nu Chex To Cash and out of Snip O Gun, who will be inducted into the […]