Long-range plans have their benefits, but sometimes it pays to work up some courage and just take a shot.
Veteran non-pro Kathy Wilson knew Ima Prizcee Hickory was a cow horse for her as soon as she saw footage of him loping around in a sale video.
Deadlines are coming up fast for the 2018 National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA) Snaffle Bit Futurity.
The National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA) Stallion Stakes is the second of the association’s premier events. Held March 24-31 at the South Point Hotel, Casino & Spa in Las Vegas, the Stakes welcomed winners from across the continent. Read all about this year’s action at the Stakes here.
Jessica Draper had very little to lose when she rode Workin Mans Blues into the arena for her boxing run in the National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA) Stallion Stakes Non-Pro Limited finals.
Friends of the late Shawn Renshaw are hosting a benefit for the California reined cow horse competitor’s family.
National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA) Premier Event exhibitors will see substantial increases in added money in 2018 – $65,500 in all – with a particular boost to the Open Bridle classes at three of the NRCHA’s major shows, thanks to additional support from longtime NRCHA sponsor Holy Cow Performance Horses.
Last month, the Stock Horse of Texas (SHTX) Board of Directors approved rule changes for the 2018 competition year. Significant changes include rules in the Open division, altering the format of the Limited, Junior and Intermediate cow work class, and the collegiate year end awards calculations. SHTX members are encouraged to become familiar with these […]
We all know how important it is to check our latigo and double off for wear and deterioration each time we saddle up http://bit.ly/1Lhi39f. If you’ve purchased a new latigo and would like to attach it to your saddle dee with a clean, nice-looking and nearly flat knot, this guideline will show you how.
The simple definition of welfare, “quality of life,” can sometimes be unclear, as this term can mean different things to different people. In the past, society normally regarded equine welfare only as it relates to the animal’s physiology and environment, such as feeding and shelter. Over the past 15 years, the science of animal welfare has made huge developments in recognizing needs by expanding the concept to also include horses’ well-being and related tolerable threshold of pain, suffering or neglect.