National Cutting Horses Association (NCHA) Super Stakes Open title and $75,000.Some Kinda Highbrow and Austin Shepard set the bar high with 222, but 4-year-old mare Junie Wood, owned by Slate River Ranch, and John Mitchell topped it with a 229 to win Saturday night’s
National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Super Stakes has been a successful one for Kristen Galyean. The Claremore, Okla., non-pro followed up a first- and second-place finish in the Gelding Non-Pro with a Super Stakes Non-Pro Championship.This year’s
National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Super Stakes Limited Non-Pro finals Friday night. Royal Red Hal, bred by Gary and Kathy Benton, of Arkansas City, Kan., is sired by Halreycious and out of the Peptoboonsmal mare Royal Red Pepto.Whitney Hall, of Commanche, Okla., and Royal Red Hal earned a 219 to win the
National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Eastern Nationals Open Champions Big Bow Pepto and Josh Dozier, who earned $5,026 March 5 with a dramatic 220.5 finish in Jackson, Miss.The last 10 seconds probably seemed like 10 minutes to
After a full day of go-rounds for the Mercuria/National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) World Series of Cutting’s San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo leg, 13 Open horse-and-rider teams returned to the finals for a piece of the any-age prize. A Little Bossy and R.L. Chartier wrapped up the win.
Augusta Futurity, in Augusta, Ga., dealing with the paradox.A relative newcomer to cutting, Desmond Robbins still has a hard time with the competitive aspect of the sport. Of course he wants to win every time he goes out. Then again, he doesn’t like watching his friends lose. Monday night, he walked out of the James Brown Arena at the
Robbins claimed his first major title when he and Nurse Charles rung up a score of 217 to win the $35,000 Non-Pro Any Age by 2.5 points. With his first Augusta Futurity title, Robbins of Goldsboro, N.C. earned $2,600.