Today’s blog entry is being typed less than twenty-four hours from the saddest thing I have ever seen in my 40 years of being an American.
Stallion owners look forward to celebrating a major limited-age event Open championship by one of their stud’s get. Thanks to Smart Lookin Sannman, the wait is officially over for one stallion.
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High-caliber derby-age reined cow horses will have a chance at some big money in the Golden State this year at a new show in Paso Robles.
When choosing reins you’ve got to consider the functionality, safety, and traditions of each type along with your personal preferences, says Dennis Moreland of Dennis Moreland Tack.
Two new awards honoring young cutters for their scholastic achievements have been created by the NYCHA.
Western performance horse owner/breeder and Texas oilman Charles Moncrief has passed away.
Cutting horse trainer David Scribner was remembered as a mentor and friend, and great supporter of the cutting horse industry in his home state of Minnesota.
The Augusta Futurity will not be held later this month as planned. Officials say they will reschedule.
An NRCHA Futurity Non-Pro Champion topped the Marketplace at Ardmore’s New Year’s Day Sale.
Tish Fappani’s win with Joes Genes in the NRHA Level 3 Non-Pro Futurity was more than just another great night under the bright lights of the Jim Norick Arena.