National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Super Stakes has been a successful one for Kristen Galyean. The Claremore, Okla., non-pro followed up a first- and second-place finish in the Gelding Non-Pro with a Super Stakes Non-Pro Championship.This year’s
National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Super Stakes Limited Non-Pro finals Friday night. Royal Red Hal, bred by Gary and Kathy Benton, of Arkansas City, Kan., is sired by Halreycious and out of the Peptoboonsmal mare Royal Red Pepto.Whitney Hall, of Commanche, Okla., and Royal Red Hal earned a 219 to win the
Kristen Galyean, of Claremore, Okla., picked up champion and reserve champion honors in the 2014 Super Stakes Gelding Non-Pro on April 17 in Fort Worth. Riding Im Reydioactive third in the first set, Galyean marked a 217. With ZR One, Galyean was next to last to work in final set and marked a 215.
Boonbay Cat, a 4-year-old bred and owned by NCHA President Barbara Brooks’ Painted Springs Farm, of Nashville, Tenn., carried trainer Brad Mitchell to an early 219 and a victory worth $11,580 Tuesday during the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Super Stakes Gelding Open finals.
About an hour and a half after making the Open semifinals with a strong effort in Saturday’s second go of National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Super Stakes Open, Metalic Al and Tom Shelly returned to the same arena and earned $10,137 with a 222 in the John Deere Open finals.
Mondays are usually a day of dread as a new work week begins, but the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Super Stakes packed April 8 with a day full of Amateur cutting finals. More than $375,000 was awarded to the finalists in the Amateur and Unlimited Amateur, as well as the Classic Amateur and Unlimited Amateur finals.
National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Super Stakes in the Classic/Challenge division, Tuesday, April 8. In each set, a horse-and-rider team managed to put a 220-worthy run together, ending the Non-Pro finals in a tie.Two sets of tough cattle challenged non-pro competitors in the finals at the
There was one thing wrong with TGI Playtime and Skip Queen’s 223-point effort that won Friday’s National Cutting Horse Association Super Stakes Classic Open title and $37,295 – it came too early.