It’s one thing to end a show on a high note, but Stacie McDavid took that to another level at the Bonanza Cutting in Weatherford, Texas.
Two cows into a great run in the first-ever Invitational Amateur Blow Out in Vegas, Virginia Kilduff threw caution to the wind. In her final cut – with everybody watching – she gathered her courage and chipped her last cow.
Morgan Cromer began to notice a change in Stylish Look Bella last fall. At first, she didn’t quite believe what she was seeing in the flashy sorrel mare nicknamed “Shakira.”
Bill Cowan entered his first Mercuria/National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) World Series of Cutting event on Saturday in Las Vegas, Nevada. After tying for the Non-Pro Co-Championship, it’s safe to say he’s a fan.
Even though she’s won more than $2 million in cutting, Paula Wood admitted to feeling a few nerves when she walked into the herd as the fifth draw of the Bonanza Cutting 4-Year-Old Non-Pro finals.
The Non-Pro Plus The Open will move to a new location in 2018, but it won’t be leaving the Sooner State.
Kobie and Paula Wood have another winner on their hands.
It’s tough to win any major limited-age cutting event, given that the field is typically filled with talented combinations. Winning two of those events in less than a month is a feat few can pull off. But Cade Shepard made clinching three major titles in that time frame look easy.
A Western performance horse facility in Acampo, California, started a new program to help the community by donating a portion of chute fees to charity.
Young and talented cutting horses typically make their first impressions at the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Futurity. But when Julie Jarma’s mare Blackish was sore before the 2017 premier event, her plans had to shift.