Less than a year after turning in his non-pro card, Cade Shepard rode Countess Catrina to the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Super Stakes 5/6-Year-Old Open Championship.
Wood She B Magic & Austin Shepard held their ground against a tough cow in Augusta to win her first Open championship.
Stepping into the Open division is an intimidating feat, and competing from the first hole in a deep NCHA Futurity Limited Open finals only adds to the pressure.
A mare named Flawless lived up to her name for Cade Shepard at the famed Will Rogers Coliseum with a win in the 4-Year-Old Non-Pro in Fort Worth, Texas.
Cade Shepard entered three horses in the 4-Year-Old Non-Pro at The Ike, but it was family favorite Skeeter Pop who carried him to victory.
The late Sam Shepard won more than $2.6 million during his 50-some-year cutting career, but while his friends immediately note he was a great horseman, the things they admired most about him had nothing to do with horses.
After 15 days of lead up, the Breeder’s Invitational Derby Open finals took place, and the exhibitors made the class worth the wait. Held May 25 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, the […]
The first go-round of the Eastern Nationals Non-Pro started at 8 a.m., with three sections of competitors dueling it out to return to the arena for the finals held later […]
Cade Shepard thought he knew which one of his three finalists had the best shot in the Augusta Futurity 4-Year-Old Non-Pro. Fortunately, he didn’t share his guess with a mare […]
Twenty horses. Two sets. The National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Futurity Non-Pro finals, held Dec. 7 late in the evening, boasted some of the best talent in the industry, and […]