The Southwest Reined Cow Horse Association (SRCHA) Pre-Futurity and Horse Show came to a head on Aug. 19 with the Futurity Open, Futurity Non-Pro and Derby Non-Pro cow works. The 30 highest-scoring total on two Open finals runs were held separately, making the John Justin Arena the place to be on Saturday evening.
California horseman Justin Wright and the gritty gelding Lil Bay Hawk each won their first major title at the National Reined Cow Horse Association Derby on Saturday.
Hope Miller, of Vancouver, Washington, and Dare To Sioux swept Saturday's National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA) Derby Non-Pro
Brother Jackson gave National Reined Cow Horse Association Hall of Fame rider Ken Wold the fence run he’d been chasing throughout his career.
The Open finals aren’t until Saturday night, but several riders have already secured Championships at the National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA) Derby. Jorge Cid, of Caracas, Venezuela, captured the NRCHA Derby Amateur Championship with his mare, Wright On Hickory. They won the class with a composite score of 640.5 (215 herd/215 rein/210.5 cow), banking $1,620. […]