Ray Baldwin and Kaitlyn Larsen finished the Augusta Futurity Non-Pro finals tied at 215.5, and though they could’ve worked off for the title it didn’t take long for the two Texans to decide sharing was the right answer.
After five years of successful, classy events, the Western Bloodstock Select Yearling Sale & Gala has come to an end. In its final year, the highest percentage of completed sales (88 percent) and the $57,714 average were evidence of the quality horseflesh that walked through the ring. When Hip No. 35, Nu Metallic Lace, entered […]
The West Texas Futurity’s leading open horse is Dont Look Twice (High Brow Cat x Tapt Twice x Dual Pep), a 2005 mare bred by Phil and Mary Ann Rapp, of Weatherford, Texas, and owned by Waco Bend Ranch Ltd., of Graham, Texas.
National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) World Finals in Fort Worth, Texas.Dont Look Twice, already cutting’s all-time earning mare, became the fifth horse to top $800,000 in career earnings with a spectacular start at the ongoing
Waco Bend Ranch, well known for having one of the strongest breeding programs in the industry, has renewed its relationship as the presenting sponsor of the National Cutting Horse Association’s (NCHA) Cutting Academy program.