National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Eastern National Championships Wednesday in Jackson, Miss.A final-round 225 by Gabe Reynolds and 10-year-old stallion Reyn Storm claimed the $10,000 Novice Open title at the annual
2013 NRHA Cowtown Classic will run Aug. 10-17 and once again will bring the sport of Reining to the “City of Cowboys and Culture.”The National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) has hosted two successful events at the Will Rogers Memorial Center in Fort Worth, Texas and has finalized its plans for a third event. The
The annual National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Eastern National Championships, featuring competition for any-age horses and Open, Non-Pro, Amateur and Youth riders, begins Monday, March 4, at the Mississippi State Fairgrounds in Jackson, Miss., and continues through March 16.
ARC Ruby Playgunia and Matt Budge won the Open division of the Mercuria/National Cutting Horse Association World Series of Cutting, held Feb. 24-25, at the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo in Texas.
The Arbuckle Mountain Futurity took place in Ardmore, Okla., Feb. 18-25. Sly Chance (That Sly Cat x Oaks Smart Chance x Doc’s Oak) carried Ashley Snider, Lipan, Texas, to a 224 in the 5/6-Year-Old Non-Pro for the win. The duo took home $13,089 for their performance.
2012 Florida Classic Non-Pro Derby Level 4 title on Miss Whizarima (Boggierima x Ghost Buster Baby x Topsail Whiz). They scored a 218.5 to win this year’s class and $5,363. Miss Whizarima is owned by Josiane’s dad, Francois Gauthier.Josiane Gauthier, Lucama, N.C., defended her
Red Strip Spook (Smart Spook x Ms Red Capri x Jacs Aledo Bar) owned by David Evans, Mike McEntire, Selma, N.C., scored a 226.5 to win the $10,000 added Level 4 Open division of the Florida Reining Horse Association (FRHA) Florida Classic Derby, held during the FRHA Florida Classic, Feb. 19-24 in Tampa, Fla.Riding
Reyzin and Mary Ann Rapp made their third straight finals and earned their second title since early January by topping Wednesday’s Bonanza Cutting 4-Year-Old Non-Pro finals with a 222.5 to earn $13,692 at the Glen Rose, Texas show.
A 224 score marked by Ashley Snider, 26, the mother of two young children and the wife of Lipan, Texas, trainer Jaime Snider, and her 6-year-old gelding Sly Chance stole the show and the day’s top check, $15,556, Wednesday at the Bonanza Cutting.
Sweet Little Cats and Austin Shepard continued a great comeback following a slow start Tuesday in Glen Rose, Texas, by winning the Bonanza Cutting 4-Year-Old Open finals with a 219 to earn $35,133.