The NRCHA Board extended a set of special qualifying requirements originally implemented last year to help riders qualify for the NRCHA World Show during the pandemic.
Oklahoma Professional Horseman Kyle Noyce and SJR Smooth Lil Oak started 2021 with a new title: NRCHA Open Hackamore World Champions.
Results from the 2021 NRCHA Celebration of Champions, which was held Feb. 9-21 in Fort Worth, Texas.
When Its Time To Smokum and trainer Mark Sigler were named the NRCHA Open Bridle World Champions, announcer Darren Moore said what was on many people's minds: Someone upstairs was smiling.
It may have taken Wendi Lund and Smooth As Tamulena awhile, but they finally captured that elusive World title in Fort Worth. Wendi Lund had mixed feelings as she rode […]
The No. 13 has gotten a bad rap over the centuries, thanks largely — the wanna-be numerologists believe, anyway — to Judas Iscariot being the 13th to have a sit […]
Friday’s Non-Pro Hackamore finals of the National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA) Celebration of Champions at the John Justin Arena came with a moral of the story. It’s amazing what […]
Cody Crow and You CD Signs’ Limited Open Bridle finals round started out a little shaky at the John Justin Arena. You CD Signs’ tail extension nearly fell off and […]
When Jeffrey Heyer stepped into the John Justin Arena for the National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA) $5,000 Non-Pro Limited Finals on a brisk Thursday morning, he didn’t think he […]
Neil Taylor fulfilled a dream years in the making by guiding 2012 mare Hickorys Prize Doll to a National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA) Novice Non-Pro Bridle World Championship on […]