The National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) has hired a Colorado resident to oversee programs and activities for its youth members.
During the Texas Winter Series at the Great Southwest Equestrian Center (GSEC), which ended Feb. 24, two horses developed fevers of unknown origin. The facility followed its isolation protocol, which requires horses with elevated temperatures to be immediately removed from the premises. It also reached out to the Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine […]
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The National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) has settled on dates for its 2019 Futurity & Adequan North American Affiliate Championship Show.
Hi all! Spring is on its way, finally! We had a cold, wet winter here in Arizona, with snow in Scottsdale! I’m glad we are back to the 70s with no rain. I have had a lot of inquires and comments about our experiment, Pale Taschka, so I’m going to tell you all about him. […]
Spence and Kristin Bell’s small breeding operation at Rafter Bell Ranch relied upon a handful of broodmares to elevate them into the top 10 on the Reining Up-and-Coming Breeder Statistics.
We all know that High Brow CD was the highlight of Western Bloodstock’s The Evening Session sale, held during the 2018 National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Futurity. We all watched $7 million rider Austin Shepard tear up as he spoke of High Brow CD, stating, “He is the best horse I have ever rode.” Chris […]
The South Point Arena & Equestrian Center was named the Facility of the Year from a horse industry professional organization.
All-time National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) leading sire High Brow Cat is now owned by a newly formed partnership.
In the car business, from time to time, an individual who had successfully climbed the ladder to a highly compensated level retired with a sizable piece of money. Some wanted to become dealers. Having worked with dealers for 20 years, they knew how stupid and inept dealers were, so this would be a piece of […]
Researchers at the University of Kentucky are seeking participants for a survey about the horse industry. The goal is to better understand who participates in horse activities and sports.