Cat Sheree and Wayne Robinson claimed the top spot with a blazing 223 effort to earn $22,267 as the John Deere Open finals at the National Cutting Horse Association Futurity heated up during its last run Wednesday in Fort Worth.
The National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Futurity & Adequan® North American Affiliate Championship is edging closer to its final weekend. The show runs through Dec. 7 at Oklahoma State Fair Park in Oklahoma City, Okla. Mandy McCutcheon, of Aubrey, Texas, and her Ms Whiz Dunit (Topsail Whiz x A Bueno Poco Dunit) jumped to the top of the Level 4 Non-Pro standings with a go-round score of 219.
Some of the world’s best riders battled it out in the final section of the nearly $500,000-added National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Futurity Open go-rounds during the NRHA Futurity & Adequan® North American Affiliate Championship (NAAC) Show. The event runs through Dec. 7 at Oklahoma State Fair Park in Oklahoma City, Okla., with the NRHA Futurity Open finals featured on the closing day.
National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Futurity Open ended Sunday, Dec. 1, at the 2013 NRHA Futurity & Adequan North American Affiliate Championship (NAAC) Show, which continues through Dec. 7 in Oklahoma City. The high score of 222.5, marked Saturday by REF Magico (Big Chex To Cash x Skeets Genuine Miss x Skeets Peppy) and NRHA Professional Jordan Larson, held through more than 100 runs from Sunday’s section.The first go-round of the nearly $500,000-added
Mary Jo Milner begins her quest for an eighth National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Non-Pro World Championship and three horses will vie for the 2013 Open title as the NCHA World Finals start Friday night in Fort Worth, Texas.
Mary Ann Rapp and Reyzin did what they wanted to do on Nov. 3 in Paso Robles, Calif. They won the Pacific Coast Cutting Horse Association/Borjon Auto Center Futurity Non-Pro Cutting Stakes with a 225 to earn $10,688, and more importantly to Rapp, 12 National Cutting Horse Association Non-Pro Horse of the Year points.
Those dozen points catapulted Rapp’s 4-year-old mare from a nine-point deficit to a three-point lead over her 6-year-old rival Light N Lily, a mare owned and ridden by Kaitlyn Larsen Wimberly of Millsap, Texas.