Metallic Cat lead the way on the 2020 NCHA Futurity Sires list with more than $1 million in offspring earnings at the show.
The 2020 Quarter Horse News Equi-Stat Five-Year Cutting Sires Stats ranks the top cutting sires over the last five years.
The 2019 Quarter Horse News Equi-Stat Annual Cutting Stats includes information on the leading horses, riders and people from the past year.
The 2019 Quarter Horse News Equi-Stat Annual Cutting Stats ranks the top horses, riders, breeders and owners from the 2019 show year.
The review contains information compiled, researched and tabulated through the end of 2018. The charts rank cutting’s all-time leaders according to money won at aged and any-age events. The horses and individuals included in this statistical review are among the cutting industry’s star performers. Many of them have been at the top of their game for […]
What does it take for a stallion to build a name for himself? With the quantity of top-level sires available in the Western performance horse industry today, it’s not an easy feat. Still, the cream always seems to rise and quality genetics endure. The 2019 Equi-Stat Five-Year Stallion Statistics were created to give credit where it […]
Earnings for this statistical section were compiled by Equi-Stat, a division of Cowboy Publishing Group. All of the main cutting, reining and reined cow horse breed- er charts include major limited-age money through Dec. 31, 2018, as well as earnings from weekend, ancillary or horse show events that were recorded in the database through Aug. 31, 2018. […]
The Equi-Stat Owner Statistics were first published by Quarter Horse News in 2012. This statistical section was established to recognize cutting, reining and reined cow horse owners for their horses’ accomplishments in the show pen. The owners range from veterans — who have been in the industry for decades — to new- comers, all of whom are […]
This 32nd annual Quarter Horse News Equi-Stat Annual Cutting Statistical Review contains information that was compiled, researched and tabulated by Equi-Stat, a division of Cowboy Publishing Group. Money attributed to a horse is the amount of money that particular horse won and is in no way related to who actually received the money. In the […]