2016 Cutting Annual Statistics

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 […]

2017 Lifetime Cutting Statistics

The 2017 Lifetime Cutting Statistics contain information compiled, researched and tabulated through the end of 2016. The charts rank cutting’s all-time leaders according to money won at aged and any-age events. The data contained in this review includes regular purse money and money awarded by incentives open to all stallions. The money attributed to a […]

Moms Stylish Player Marks Big at Breeder’s Invitational

Mom Stylish Player grabbed the attention of many in the cutting industry after marking a killer 228 with Kenny Platt to win the 2016 National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Super Stakes Open. The gelding’s (Lizzys Gotta Player x Moms Stylish Babe x Docs Stylish Oak) momentum stayed strong when he carried Platt to another winning […]
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Copperish Continues Success

Copperish LCox 030917Copperish & Lloyd Cox • Photo by Kelsey PecsekCopperish may have lost a cow in the Open semifinals at the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Futurity, but she has come on with power as a 4-year-old this year. She followed up several strong showings at early limited-age events with an impressive win at The Cattlemen’s Derby & Classic.


Jordan Vaughn & Wild Haired Fitz Take Unlimited Amateur Title

JVaughnJordan Vaughn & Wild Haired FitzThe Augusta Cutting Horse Futurity, held Jan. 17-24 in Augusta, Georgia, crowned the first of its limited-age champions on the evening of Thursday, Jan. 22. In an exciting night of Amateur finals, Wild Haired Fitz and Jordan Vaughn topped the 4-Year-Old Futurity Unlimited Amateur division.


Once In A Blu Boon Chalks Up Another Championship

onceinabluboonOnce In A Blu Boon and James Payne - Photo by Kelsey PecsekOnce In A Blu Boon did a lot right to earn a 228 and a much-coveted championship on the floor of Will Rogers Coliseum. With James Payne aboard, the stallion won the Classic/Challenge Open at the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Summer Spectacular on July 18, earning nearly $40,000.