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November 1st Table of Contents — Quarter Horse News Magazine

The Professionals Successful SalesThrough proper preparation, solid marketing and good sale-day practices, consignment experts can stand behind the prospects sold under their name at major performance horse sales. By Kate Bradley Byars, Page 38 Strength in NumbersTrainers Justin Wright and Casey Deary have carved out success with unique programs that harness the power of a […]
Bobby Ingersoll speaking.

Bobby Ingersoll still riding high in the saddle 49 years later

Looking back, Bobby Ingersoll remembers well the ephipany that would shape all of his days, from the rest of that one until the end. He was 12 years old, watching a bridle horse show his father had taken him to in their native California. On display were the horsemen of the Spanish vaquero tradition.  “I […]
Blind Sided, a 2019 Freshman Reined Cow horse sire, going down the fence

2019 Freshman Reined Cow Horse Sires

The first year a stallion’s offspring compete can trigger many emotions. A mix of excitement, anxiety and hopefulness flood the senses for those who spend years waiting. For the 31 freshman sires in the Western performance horse industry this year, the successes and failures of their own show careers are no longer the gauge. It’s […]
ARC Gunnabeabigstar tops the list of 2019 freshman reining sires

2019 Freshman Reining Sires

The first year a stallion’s offspring compete can trigger many emotions. A mix of excitement, anxiety and hopefulness flood the senses for those who spend years waiting. For the 31 freshman sires in the Western performance horse industry this year, the successes and failures of their own show careers are no longer the gauge. It’s […]
Meteles Cat a 2019 freshman cutting sire

2019 Freshman Cutting Sires

The first year a stallion’s offspring compete can trigger many emotions. A mix of excitement, anxiety and hopefulness flood the senses for those who spend years waiting. For the 31 freshman sires in the Western performance horse industry this year, the successes and failures of their own show careers are no longer the gauge. It’s […]
Slate River Ranch mare named Pet Squirrel competing in the cutting pen

In Total Harmony: Slate River Ranch

The successful teamwork between Slate River Ranch owner Glade Knight and trainer John Mitchell has produced numerous champion cutting horses. A “magic cross” may produce a champion performer that will reward his or her breeder with a ranking among the industry leaders. When it comes to Glade Knight’s Slate River Ranch, which ranks among the […]
Reyly and Regan Plendl standing with their horses

Living the Dream: Reyly and Regan Plendl

Regan Plendl just won the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Summer Spectacular Classic/Challenge Non-Pro on her family’s homebred Cats Lightning Rey. Here’s a throwback to the day Quarter Horse News caught up with the cutting-crazed teenager and her twin back in 2017. Ten years ago, twin sisters Reyly and Regan Plendl sat in front of the television […]
Kelly Moran sitting on stone during one of her travles

Gettin’ Personal With… Kelly Moran

This reiner from California has turned her passion for travel and photography into a way of life. Not all who wander are lost, and even though Kelly Moran might not know exactly where she will be heading months – or even years – from now, her love for travel has become a way of life. […]

A Place to Call Home: The Story of CD Lights

It’s good to be Boss. Wet from his daily bath, muscles rippling under his sorrel coat, CD Lights – better known as “Boss” – went to work at one of the many pleasures of a robust equine retiree: his daily roll. Probing out a soft spot in the sand, the stallion folded his legs under […]
three women standing with horse wearing CR RanchWear shirts

CR Serendipity — Get to Know CR RanchWear

Rhea Follett started her clothing business by making women’s Western pajamas in her garage. Now, she designs popular high-end show shirts for the Western performance industry. CR. In the Western performance world, those initials could stand for anything – Carol Rose, Finis Welch’s Center Ranch or Chad Bushaw’s Crown Ranch, among others. When they are […]