2014 Heritage Futurity

Katy, TX – Oct. 2-5, 2014
181 Entries - $52,000 Added - $79,241.20 Total Purse


Quick To Dual Wins Brazos Bash Derby Open

quicktodualQuick To Dual, with trainer Jason Clark (right) and assistant trainer Ernesto CalvilloCompeting at their first limited-age cutting Tuesday in Weatherford, Texas, Quick To Dual and Jason Clark earned $20,000 with a 226 to win the Brazos Bash Derby Open.


Sly Playgirl Tops Brazos Bash Classic Open

slyplaygirl2Jaime and Ashley Snider with Sly PlaygirlSix-year-old mare Sly Playgirl and her career-long trainer Jaime Snider won Tuesday’s Brazos Bash Classic Open finals with a 228 to earn $20,000 with their best and perhaps last competitive cutting run.


Australian Champion Tops Brazos Bash Futurity Open

daratrcocoaspreviewDara TR Cocoas Preview, Lindsey Wheatley and Spud Sheehan.Australian Futurity Non-Pro Champion Dara TR Cocoas Preview continued her successful season by carrying Spud Sheehan to a 221 and a victory worth $21,000 in the Brazos Bash Futurity Open.


Two Non-Pros Share NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity Lead

JaysonFisherJayson Fisher, pictured with Catjumpoverspoon 10 after winning the 2013 NSHA Futurity Non-ProTwo out of three events are now complete for Non-Pro competitors at the National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA) Snaffle Bit Futurity at the Reno-Sparks Livestock Events Center in Reno, Nev. A pair of California horsemen are tied for first place in the Non-Pro and Intermediate Non-Pro composite with identical 430 scores.


Tish Wilhite & Bless Your Hart Lead NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity Non-Pro

tishwilhiteTish WilhiteThe first test of the National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA) Snaffle Bit Futurity is over for all the 3-year-old horses in Reno, Nev., as the herd work preliminaries concluded in the Non-Pro, Intermediate Non-Pro, Novice Non-Pro, Amateur, Non-Pro Limited and Level 1 Limited Open divisions.

Louellas Cat Carries Lindy Burch To Win Mercuria/NCHA Open

LindyBurchLindy BurchA full crowd filled the stands at the El Rancho Futurity on Sept. 14 in anticipation of the Mercuria/National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) World Series of Cutting finals in Rancho Murieta, Calif. Through all the high scores being posted in the Open finals, it was Louellas Cat and Lindy Burch who bested the competition and took the Championship.