As the Classic/Challenge division of the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Super Stakes winds down, new Limited Non-Pro champions were crowned on Saturday, April 5, in Will Rogers Coliseum, of Fort Worth, Texas. A pair of 218s would secure the title for two horse-and-rider duos.
Amafoxy Cat and Wes Ashlock bested the field by a half-point with a 217 during Thursday’s John Deere Classic Open finals at National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Super Stakes to earn their first limited-age win. The Championship was worth $6,755 for owners John and Jana Thacker, of Abilene, Texas. The 6-year-old mare (Cats Red Feather x Amafoxy Sneakin x Sneakin Lena) and Ashlock also will compete in tonight’s Super Stakes Classic Open finals.
Cactus Reining Classic in Scottsdale, Ariz., held March 5-9, was high during the Lucas Oil Derby Open finals. The Level 4 Championship came down to the very end, when CFR Centenario Wimpy and Show Me The Buckles ran off a 225.5 tie.The excitement at the
Cactus Reining Classic, held March 5-9 in Scottsdale, Ariz., attracted horses and competitors from near and far to the WestWorld of Scottsdale Equidome arena. During the Protect the Harvest Derby Non-Pro, Tish Fappani rode two horses to Level 4 paychecks.The
National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Eastern Nationals Open Champions Big Bow Pepto and Josh Dozier, who earned $5,026 March 5 with a dramatic 220.5 finish in Jackson, Miss.The last 10 seconds probably seemed like 10 minutes to
The National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA), along with the American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA), is pleased to announce the 2014 AQHA/NCHA Cutting Weekend locations that will host three days of fun-filled cutting action for weekend cutters. The shows kick off May 30 and run through June 1 at 25 select locations across the United States.