A look at the horses, sires and broodmare sires from the 2020 NCHA Futurity Open finals.
Most of the more than $4 million Todd Bergen has won in his career came in the reining and reined cow horse arenas.
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Riding Hawk Falcon, Charles Russell Bushaw won his first NCHA Futurity in this year's Unlimited Amateur.
Brandon Westfall & Fiddle And Steel battled a tough cow to win the 2020 NCHA Futurity Non-Pro Championship.
Justin Rockey had the lead going in the Amateur World Standings going into the NCHA World Finals, but he had a sneaking suspicion James Vangilder was going to give him a run for his money. He was right.
Elizabeth Quirk didn't plan to haul for a World Championship this year, but horses like Reystylin Smooth put her into the hunt.
Makayla Cowan had never showed at the NCHA Futurity before, but she and homebred Redneck Hillbillie made it count in the Amateur.
Believe In Science, whose mother is a clone, is trying to become the highest-placing offspring of a clone at the NCHA Futurity show.
Laura Bennett didn't plan on winning the NCHA Futurity Limited Non-Pro with Charlie Brown. She didn't even expect to be in the horse's saddle at all.
With trainer Mike Wood in the saddle, Little Jackson Cat grabbed the Open World Championship with an exceptional run at the NCHA World Finals. It was Wood's third World championship this year.