If Katherine Queen had a familiar feeling in the Area 18 Youth Scholarship finals at the Augusta Futurity, it wasn’t because she was suffering from a case of déjà vu .
Cade Shepard hasn’t been to every Augusta Futurity, but the high schooler figures he’s been to every one during his lifetime. “I love this show,” said the 16-year-old from Summerdale, Alabama. “I’ve been coming here ever since I was pretty much born.”
Chubby Turner finally won the Open Championship at the Augusta Futurity. It only took 38 years.
Amanda Standish was out of the saddle for eight months surrounding the birth of her daughter, Eloise, but on Thursday showed her 7-month-old mom was back in top form by nabbing the Augusta Futurity 5/6-Year-old Unlimited Amateur Championship.
Madalyn Colgrove said she wasn’t nervous before the Mercuria/National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) World Series of Cutting event at the Augusta Futurity. Two cows into Thursday night’s Non-Pro finals, that began to change.
Even though Time To Hangem had spent more than a year on the sidelines after surgery, Gaylon Wells rode the 10-year-old gelding into the James Brown Arena Thursday night with confidence.
It was a Carolina showdown in the $35,000 Non-Pro Any Age finals at the Augusta Futurity.
Rhein and Amanda Standish watched from the stands as their Deluxe Checks won the 2017 National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Open World Championship, but on Monday, Rhein earned a new title from the saddle.
The British Columbia Cutting Horse Association (BCCHA) Maturity Classic/Challenge, originally scheduled for April 12-14 in British Columbia, Canada, has been canceled for 2018.
Ashley Flynn and LHR Smooth James Rey drew last in the Abilene Spectacular 5/6-Year-Old Non-Pro finals, held Tuesday, Jan. 9 at the Taylor County Expo Center. The cattle were fractious, and that position in the draw is notoriously not the best for handling angsty cows. Still, Flynn and her gelding powered through and marked a […]