He Bea Cat, a 4-year-old gelding trained and ridden by Tarin Rice, made a major and possibly decisive move toward capturing the 2013 National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Open Horse of the Year title with a win at the Southern Cutting Futurity.
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The Southern Cutting Futurity descended on Jackson, Miss., Oct. 21-27, bringing some of the sport's greatest limited-age horses out to compete. As the dust settled on the Futurity Open finals Thursday, Oct. 24, Elseware and trainer Lee Francois were sitting at the top of the scoreboard.
Equine Guelph has launched a new 2 ½-minute video to help horse owners with parasite management. When a growing resistance to dewormers is cited as a major issue concerning horse owners today, a fecal exam to see if your parasite control program is working makes sense. Collecting a manure sample is easy, but it must be done properly to ensure accurate test results.
Exhibitors will be riding, sliding, roping, boxing and fence-turning their way to an inaugural American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) Novice Championship title come April. The very first Zoetis AQHA Cattle Novice Championship Show is on the books for April 17-19, 2014, at State Fair Park in Oklahoma City, Okla.
A 3-year-old stallion named Cataduala and Canadian trainer Gerry Hansma claimed the Wrangler Cutting Futurity Open title and $16,928 on Oct. 19, near the end of the Oct. 16-20 Calgary Stampede limited-age event in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
An early morning traffic accident on Saturday, Oct. 19, along a remote north Texas roadway led to the death of a promising young cutting horse. The vehicle’s driver, National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Hall of Fame trainer Phil Hanson, and three other horses survived.
Aug. 22 court order requiring the association to begin registering clones until an ongoing appeal is completed.On Oct. 14, the American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) filed a stay request with the Northern District of Texas United States District Court in Amarillo, Texas. The stay request asks the court to delay enforcing an