National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA) Snaffle Bit Futurity Level 1 Open Championship Wednesday, Oct. 2, in Reno, Nev.A 20-year-old assistant trainer in his first year of showing reined cow horses claimed the
HERITAGE REINING FUTURITY
Katy, TX – Oct. 2-5, 2014
181 Entries - $52,000 Added - $79,241.20 Total Purse
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Competing at their first limited-age cutting Tuesday in Weatherford, Texas, Quick To Dual and Jason Clark earned $20,000 with a 226 to win the Brazos Bash Derby Open.
Six-year-old mare Sly Playgirl and her career-long trainer Jaime Snider won Tuesday’s Brazos Bash Classic Open finals with a 228 to earn $20,000 with their best and perhaps last competitive cutting run.
The National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) and the National Western Complex of Denver, Colo., have reached an agreement to host the NCHA Western National Championships presented by 6666 Ranch in Denver, April 28-May 9, 2014. It has previously been in Reno, Nev., and Ogden, Utah.
In late July, I decided to put my house on the market, and by early September, I had an offer on the table. As I write this, I’m house shopping for something a little closer to the Quarter Horse News office, and packing and scheduling inspectors and appraisers and repairmen. Selling a house, buying another house and moving have got to be some of the more stressful events we go through in life. But, the entire process can also be a time of great reflection and introspection and inspiration.
Australian Futurity Non-Pro Champion Dara TR Cocoas Preview continued her successful season by carrying Spud Sheehan to a 221 and a victory worth $21,000 in the Brazos Bash Futurity Open.
The National Cutting Horse Association, in partnership with the City of Fort Worth, received $2.1 million from the Texas Major Events Trust Fund on Sept. 25. The payment includes funds derived from the 2012 NCHA Futurity. The funds are the final payment of more than $4.1 million received from the METF for the 2012 NCHA Triple Crown events.