There are many factors that go into making sure your headstall is working safely and securely the way it should says Dennis Moreland of Dennis Moreland Tack. Things such as proper fit and watching for wear and tear on your equipment will help keep your tack in great working shape. However, another important thing to […]
An awards program is offering $1,000 to up to three young writers interested in careers in equine publishing to attend the annual American Horse Publications (AHP) Equine Media Conference. The event, held May 30 to June 1, 2019, in Albuquerque, New Mexico, provides educational and professional development for equine journalists
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It’s only fitting that Bill Cowan and Catty Hawk each hit the $1 million mark this summer. The Oklahoma rancher, who owns the stallion with his wife, Michelle, has spent several years supporting the stud career of a horse they now consider part of the family.
First in the arena, Katie Fox and Metallic Heritage put together a solid reining pattern and electric cow work to set the standard for the other finalists competing in the Lucas Oil American Quarter Horse Association’s (AQHA) World Championship Show on Monday, Nov. 12. The pair was also the last to be standing in the […]
Actress Susan Lucci was nominated 19 times before she finally took home the Daytime Emmy for her work on the soap opera All My Children. Trainer Casey Crouch – who before this year had been nominated several times for the Zane Schulte Award, but never won – will now receive the esteemed bronze named in […]
When Dan Huss rode Ms Dreamy into the pen for the Senior Reining finals at the American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) World Show, he had a lot on his mind. It was the mare’s final run, and he was hoping to gain her a World title before her retirement. After winning the silver Individual medal […]
I don’t know if it is a good thing or a bad thing to pin all of our hopes and dreams on one show, but that is what we do in our industry. The FUTURITY, whether it is cutting, reining, reined cow horse or now barrel racing, the Futurity is the gold standard for each […]
The American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) Lucas Oil World Championship Show experienced a thrilling display of competition in the Junior and Senior Reining finals on Nov. 9-10. Guaranteed A Magnum and Jimmy Van Der Hoeven, of Whitesboro, Texas, marked a 225.5 in the Junior Reining finals – but so did Oops Itsa Spooks (Spooks Gotta Gun x […]
When Janice Little learned that she was this year’s recipient of the Mary Kingsbury Amateur Sportsmanship Award, the Johnson City, Texas, cutter needed to have the news repeated to make sure she heard it correctly.
On Nov. 15, more than 1,000 3-year-old performance horses will descend on Fort Worth, Texas, for the highly anticipated National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Futurity. These cutting prospects will make their debuts under the bright lights of the Will Rogers Coliseum, riding to the herd while spectators eagerly lean forward for a better look. Behind […]