Four Sixes Ranch/NCHA Western National Championships in Denver, Colo., cutters are still giving it their all to walk away with the remaining titles. On May 6, Reyly Plendl won the $50,000 Amateur Championship aboard Dual N Tuff.As the last few days of competition wind down at the
Four Sixes Ranch/National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Western National Championships on May 5 in Denver, Colo. The show was filled with excitement and competition as cutters competed for $35,000 Non-Pro and $15,000 Amateur Championships.Another great day of finals was had at the
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Cutting is 90 percent mental, the rest is in your head. Even if someone could program what needs remembering into a ’puter, it wouldn’t be fast enough. Besides, cows are always thinking up new stuff. Someday I want to meet one of the cow trainers, just to ask why they are so hateful.
With the month of April being a busy time in National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) competition, the legend of NRHA Hall of Fame stallion Colonels Smoking Gun (Gunner) had more pages added to the story. Thanks to the success of his offspring, Gunner has become the NRHA’s fifth Six Million Dollar Sire. His official NRHA offspring earnings now are $6,013,250.
The National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) congratulated its newest Two Million Dollar Rider, Mandy McCutcheon, for unofficially becoming the first non-pro and first female rider to earn the designation.