An enthusiastic crowd of bidders, owners, and spectators, watched as 48 yearlings sold for an average of $91,548 (80% of the offering compared to 75% sold in 2022).
Two National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Horse of the Year winners are among those pointed at The American Performance Horseman.
Meet the National Cutting Horse Association's Open, Non-Pro and Amateur Horse of the Year winners.
Results from the 2021 PCCHA Futurity show held in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Reigning NCHA Futurity Open Champion All Spice and trainer Adan Banuelos are back in the winner's circle, taking the 4-Year-Old Open at The Cattlemen's in a display of style and talent that had one of her owners seeing shades of a cutting great.
Not even a tricky first cow could keep Catolena Cashin In and Tarin Rice from grabbing their first big championship at The Ike Derby & Classic.
All Spice and trainer Adan Banuelos etched their names in the history books as winners of the 2020 NCHA Futurity Open Championship.