2013 NCHA Futurity

Fort Worth, TX - Nov. 21-Dec. 14, 2013
1,813 Entries - $1,425,000 Added - $4,033,653 Total Purse

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Newest Adequan NAAC Champions Crowned

TheWhizWay SArcherThe Whiz Way & Stephen Archer • Photo by WaltenberryThe National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) hosts the Adequan North American Affiliate Championships (NAAC) each year during the NRHA Futurity in Oklahoma City. The championships are for NRHA members and horses that have qualified through their respective Regional Affiliate Finals. Each finals sends its eight highest-placing riders, plus ties, to the Adequan NAAC to compete for North American bragging rights.

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2013 NCHA World Championship Futurity Pays Millions

ncha logo2The National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Futurity, known as one of the world’s richest equine events, wrapped up the 2013 show on Sat., Dec. 14, sending hundreds home with hefty rewards in titles, cash and prizes.  Clay Johnson of Stephenville, Texas, took home the prestigious Open Championship title worth $200,000 when he rode Dual Smart Kitty to a 224.5 for owners Rusty and Shelley Simpson, Nemo, Texas.


NCHA Futurity to Air Dec. 21 and 23

dualsmartkittyDual Smart Kitty and Clay Johnson - photo by Stacy PigottThe National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) World Championship Futurity will take to the airwaves on rural America’s most important network, RFD-TV, Dec. 21 and 23. The $4 million competition for 3-year-old cutting horses will be made available to more than 61 million households across the United States.

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Craig Crumpler & Junie Wood Top NCHA Futurity Non-Pro

JunieWood CCrumplerJunie Wood & Craig CrumplerWith a huge crowd filling the seats of Will Rogers Coliseum in Fort Worth, Texas, the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Futurity Non-Pro finals kicked off Thursday, Dec. 12. With 26 horse-and-rider teams in the finals, it was Craig Crumpler and Junie Wood who came out on top with the Championship.

A Winning Birthday Present

sheridanclarkSheridan Clark (center) with her grandfather, Ron Clark, and mom, Becky ClarkSheridan Clark turned 14 on Dec. 2. Her birthday gift was Meradas Puddy Cat, a filly by Athena Puddy Cat out of Meradas Beauty Bars. On Dec. 10, the duo won the Limited Non-Pro at the NCHA Futurity with a score of 220. Earning a check for $11,601 will make it an even more memorable birthday.