Here Comes The Boon was named in a play on the artist Nelly’s song titled, “Here Comes the Boom.” In it, the rapper says: “ain’t in it to win; to win it I’m all in.” For Here Comes The Boon’s pilot, Lance Johnston, the words are spot on target. To win the Open and Intermediate […]
Today, I feel impressed to share with my readers the freakishly amazing run that James Payne had on PG Heavily Armed last week in the second round of the Mercuria/National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Open World Finals. They marked an ASTOUNDING 232! Check this out: My hat’s off to James and his whole crew. Wow! […]
It’s hard to know how a 3-year-old cutter is going to handle its first time going to the herd. Jeff Barnes added anther wrinkle to the equation with Tuff Crowd at the Cascades Futurity: It was the first time he’d ever cut a cow on the gelding.
Moon Cat CD was a wild child in her training, but the California-bred mare delivered a professional performance Friday night in the Pacific Coast Cutting Horse Association (PCCHA) Futurity Open in Las Vegas.
Several small cutting futurities have already taken place, and the 3-year-old athletes have built more confidence in the herd. That sureness in tough situations proved to be valuable in the Futurity Open at the Brazos Bash, where the cattle were testy.
The 30th anniversary of the Southwest Reining Horse Association Futurity is almost ready to begin in Ardmore, Okla. The event is set to take place at the Hardy Murphy Coliseum starting on Tuesday, Oct. 21, and competition will continue through Sunday, Oct. 26. Visit SWRHA online for the show schedule and draws, as more information […]
National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Futurity. Norris laughed when first approached for an interview and said, “Y’all forgive me if I don’t remember everything about my run – that was 34 horses ago.”Kayla Norris of Hattiesburg, Miss., and CD Kual Gun set the bar high with a 219 as the first team to work in the Unlimited Amateur finals at the
Competition at the National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Futurity & Adequan® North American Affiliate Championship Show in Oklahoma City, Okla., held Dec. 6, featured the $260,000-added Cinch NRHA Futurity Non-Pro finals. The event welcomed back 53 non-pros to compete in a clean-slate format for nearly $600,000 in cash. From the fifth draw in the second section, Mandy McCutcheon, of Aubrey, Texas, set the bar for the remaining finalists.