Oldest Female Jockey Wins At ThistleDown

ThistleDown Racino became home to racing’s eldest female jockey to win a thoroughbred race in North America today. Diane King, 67, won in the 8th race today at ThistleDown, riding her own horse, Ledgehill. Read more at The Paulick Report.

Moving With Horses

trucktrailerSalem, Ore., realtor Catherine Ulrey, of Keller Williams, specializes in buying and selling horse properties. As a competitive horsewoman, she understands the value of finding the perfect horse property, and also makes sure her clients understand the value of a well-planned move.

Moving a family and household can be stressful enough, without the additional work and concern of moving a barn and horses. 

Common Knowledge?

In another life, I would have been a veterinarian. Ever since I was a horse-crazy little girl, I wanted to be a vet. It was a dream I kept through middle school, through high school and into my college years. It wasn’t until my second year in college, the year I first took the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT), that I began to doubt my intended career path. That was when I finally admitted that, while I was an average science student, it was not my forte. Veterinary school, I realized, would be more difficult because of it. While I was ready to tackle the book work, there was another reason for my doubts.
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bankston jimmyCutting and life are similar in that they are both long, forked trails. Decisions beget decisions. Some are harder than Chinese arithmetic. Making no decision is a decision. Allowing others to make your decisions is a decision. All decisions are ultimately yours. No one always makes the right decision, but making the decision the right way for the right reasons will go a long way toward making it the right decision. Making the right decision for the wrong reasons may well doom the decision. 


Hall Of Fame Cutting Trainer Pat Earnheart Dies

PatEarnheartKelle-webPat Earnheart and daughter, KelleAccomplished cutting horse trainer and aged event producer Pat Earnheart, 65, Hernando, Miss., passed away Tuesday, May 28, following a long illness.

A member of the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Open Riders’ Hall Of Fame, Earnheart earned $1,940,955 during a career that started in the early 1970s. He also worked many years with partners producing several major limited-age events, including the Memphis and Tunica futurities and the Cotton Stakes Derby and Classic.

NCHA Releases Statement On Pending Kurtz Lawsuit

The National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA), based in Fort Worth, Texas, has released a statement regarding its pending lawsuit against Glory Ann Kurtz, the owner and moderator of allaboutcutting.com. View the NCHA’s statement about its reason for filing suit.
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Buying Your First Horse Property

01 Driveway 13CPhoto courtesy of Coalson Real EstateThe right facility is one of the most important tools a horseman can have. Whether you are a professional trainer or a breeder with a few mares in the pasture, the right facility can make horsekeeping at home easier. However, many people find the real estate search to be intimidating and overwhelming. A few real estate professionals in the horse industry and some experienced buyers offer their advice on the matter of buying that first place.

What to Expect When Vaccinating Horses

vaccinationWe know you love your horse and understand that vaccinations can help protect it from life-threatening diseases. But vaccines can come with side effects due to the immune stimulation they have to create. Most of these effects are mild and transient, but it's important to be able to distinguish between minor side effects and those reactions that warrant a call to your veterinarian.

NCHA Sues Allaboutcutting.com blogger Glory Ann Kurtz

Last week, the Fort Worth-based National Cutting Horse Association sued Glory Ann Kurtz, an NCHA who requested records, saying the woman refused to sign a nondisclosure form. Read more from the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.  Read more here: http://www.star-telegram.com/2013/05/27/4885819/cutting-horse-group-takes-member.html#storylink=cpy

Lil Catbaloo & Lloyd Cox Win Breeder’s Invitational Derby Open

LilCatbalooLloydCoxLil Catbaloo with trainer LloydCox (left) and owners Gene and Michelle Morris

A 227 posted Saturday, May 26, by cutting stallion Lil Catbaloo gave trainer and rider Lloyd Cox his second straight Breeder’s Invitational (BI) Derby Open victory. It was an exciting day for owners Gene and Michelle Morris, who were there to celebrate their first “rock star” horse’s win.