Halter training a colt or young horse is one of the most important first steps in the development of a well-trained mount. As we begin to show a horse how to respond to the halter and lead, we want to be certain the communication with the horse is clear. The finer tuned your horse’s response […]
Officials with the Cactus Reining Classic announced Sunday morning that this year’s event, set to begin this week, has been called off because of continued and growing concerns with the national health emergency, COVID-19. Organizers of the Scottsdale, Arizona, event made the call a day after the National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) recommended from its […]
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National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Hall of Famer and Three Million Dollar Sire Nu Chex To Cash has died, his owners announced on social media on Saturday evening. The palomino stallion was 30. “Today we say goodbye to an old friend,” said Hilldale Farm, which had owned him for 25 years, from its Facebook account. […]
The National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) has issued an official recommendation for event postponement.
Following mandates from the mayor of Fort Worth, Texas, the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) and the City of Fort Worth are examining their options for the Kit Kat Sugar Super Stakes.
The repercussions of the coronavirus are being felt across the country in the horse industry.
Reiners hoping to qualify for The Run For A Million (TRFAM) Million Dollar Invitational are having to adjust course.
He was after all bred by leading cutting breeders and owners Phil and Mary Ann Rapp of Weatherford, Texas, so when Main Street Boon was born in 2004, he seemed destined to become a champion cutting horse — just like his sire and dam. Instead, though, Main Street Boon (Peptoboonsmal x Playboys Ruby x Freckles […]
Another major industry event is postponed due to concerns about coronavirus.
They say true superstars go by their first names. Maybe that's why the late Woody Be Lucky -- one of the all-time leading non-pro cutting horses -- was better known as "Freak."