After three days of top-notch horseflesh passing through the sale ring, the National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Markel Futurity Sales wrapped up with three six-figure sellers.
For the second year in a row, Little Jackson Cat won the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) $25,000 Novice World Finals Show Championship. This time, she and trainer Mike Wood did one better and also won the year-end World Championship.
The National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Futurity Non-Pro finals began Friday morning, Nov. 30, with section one. In section two, held later in the afternoon, 33 of the top competitors rode into the arena aboard the hottest futurity prospects in the industry.
Michelle Lemaster and Mootalic Cat entered the $5,000 Novice Non-Pro World Finals with an insurmountable $34,567 lead over the next-closest pursuer. But, they weren’t done winning yet.
When Brian Pearse needed another horse to ride to finish out the $35,000 Non-Pro World Championship race, he didn’t have to look very far to find one. He didn’t even have to look outside the family to find a good partner in Reys Hot Wheels.
Tears filled Tulsa Beck’s eyes after she finished her run in the second round of the $2,000 Limit/Rider World Finals. After two round-topping rides aboard a horse called Jet, the rider from Arizona, was the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) World Finals Show Champion.
Sometimes it’s better when things don’t go as planned.
The Colorado Reined Cow Horse Association (CRCA) has made the decision to cancel the CRCA Last Chance Futurity due to weather precautions. The show was to be held Nov. 30-Dec. 2 at the Kiplinger Arena in McCook, Nebraska. Meteorologists predict surrounding areas of Nebraska and Colorado will receive 3-9 inches of snow in the next […]
In 2019, the American Horse Council (AHC) will be celebrating 50 years of service to the equine industry. As part of their celebration, they plan to publish the most in-depth, robust Horse Industry Directory (HID) ever.
The reined cow horse industry lost a great supporter when Dominic “Dom” Conicelli died in October. The Collegeville, Pennsylvania, resident and pioneer of reined cow horse on the East Coast was 86.