Oklahoma City, OK - June 21-29, 2014
1,228 Entries - $618,500 Added - $969,821.11 Total Purse
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New sponsors, new activities and increased opportunities for growth and learning insure that the Tulsa Reining Classic, set for Aug. 26-31, will be another hallmark event. As it begins its second decade, the popular show continues to focus on the horses, the exhibitors and the show experience.
Facing a field including three National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Non-Pro Hall of Fame members, including his mom, 13-year-old Brandon Westfall rode 5-year-old gelding Gentle Ben to a 220 and a victory worth $8,949 during the Mercuria/NCHA World Series of Cutting Non-Pro June 14 in Las Vegas.
A 230-point run by Auspicious Cat and Ed Dufurrena dominated the Mercuria/National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) World Series of Cutting stop in Las Vegas on June 14.
The other day I was scanning the news headlines when one in particular peaked my interest. “Humane Society, others to pay Feld, Ringling Bros. $15 million in Asian elephant lawsuit.” The article reported on the conclusion of the 14-year lawsuit between the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) and other animal rights groups and Feld Entertainment, parent company of Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, over the care of its elephants.
Wareable carried trainer Morgan Cromer to a 224.5 and a win worth $11,245 Thursday at the South Point Equestrian Center in Las Vegas during the Classic/Challenge Open finals at the Pacific Coast Cutting Horse Association Derby.
Dual Smart Kitty extended her edge Thursday in Las Vegas, hitting the jackpot in the Pacific Coast Cutting Horse Association Derby Open finals with a 226 to earn $18,012, plus quite a few more Horse of the Year points.National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Open Horse of the Year leaders