Tinselshine hasn’t made very many trips into the show pen, but the red dun reiner and owner Jennifer Gilliam have already made a mark.
Internships are available this year at the NCHA Futurity show.
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The National Cutting Horse Association is accepting applications from prospective judges for an upcoming judge's clinic in Fort Worth.
At Dennis Moreland Tack, we know checking latigos for wear and damage is important but often overlooked. It’s easy to make checking latigos http://bit.ly/2dHjuYn a habit every time you ride, and it only takes a minute or two. Weak and worn latigos can cause accidents and should be replaced right away. Several years ago, I […]
The AQHA is now accepting applications for its Best Remuda and International Best Remuda awards.
The American Quarter Horse Association announced it will add more age divisions to its popular ranch riding classes.
Authorities in North Texas are asking the person who took video of a horse trainer with cutting earnings allegedly abusing a mule to come forward and speak with investigators.
A group of loose cattle that escaped from holding pens at Will Rogers Memorial Center Tuesday night entered the city of Fort Worth's Cultural District, officials say.
Spectators will be allowed at the 2020 National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA) Snaffle Bit Futurity. There will be social distance and capacity restrictions.
With progeny like two-time NRCHA Stallion Stakes winner Scooter Kat, broodmare Scooters Daisy Dukes turned out to be the buy of a lifetime for former major league pitcher-turned cutting horse enthusiast Aaron Cook and his wife, Jennifer.