McKown Quarter Horses’ homebred MK Reymate and Tommy Marvin scored a 220 to win the 4-year-old Open at the Arbuckle Mountain Futurity in Ardmore, Okla., on Feb. 22.
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By Anna Mitchell
Disappointments come in all shapes and sizes in the world of competitive sports. Sometimes the disappointment is minor and we can shake it off and go on. Other times the disappointment can be crippling, making it very difficult for us to put it behind us and move on. Understanding why we feel so disappointed at times and learning how to deal with that disappointment is a crucial skill for competitive athletes to learn if they hope to have a successful and fulfilling career in sports.
One of the most discussed topics in the horse world has got to be spectators. Does your event have spectators? How do you get spectators? Will spectators pay to come watch my cutting/reining/reined cow horse event? What do spectators need? And, more importantly, do we need spectators? While the issue is oft discussed, the questions, it seems, are rarely answered.
Glen Rose, TX - Feb. 6-15, 2014
637 Entries - $135,000 Added - $673,011.90 Total Purse
Starting with the July 11-Aug. 2 National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Great American Insurance Summer Spectacular, entry fees will increase at Fort Worth’s Triple Crown cutting events to maintain their current payout levels.
Fifth U.S. District Court of Appeals to set an oral arguments hearing in a Feb. 27 brief filed with the court.Attorneys for cloned horse owners Jason Abraham and Gregg Veneklasen and companies owned jointly and separately by them asked the New Orleans-based
NRCHA) World's Greatest Horseman Championship finals, held Saturday, Feb. 22, in Fort Worth, Texas, came down to the very last fence run. The showdown in Cowtown ended with Spearman, Texas, professional Boyd Rice capturing the $25,000 World's Greatest Horseman Championship by a half-point aboard Oh Cay N Short.True to form, the National Reined Cow Horse Association (