Metallic Cat continues to shatter records and overtake his competition. Yet again, he surpassed an elite mark as a Western performance horse sire.
Metallic Cat became an Equi-Stat Elite $20 Million Sire last year. About seven months later, the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Futurity Open Champion has already hit another major milestone in the breeding shed.
Sometimes it’s better when things don’t go as planned.
Trainer Justin Wright’s staff call Metallic Flame “Tex” around the barn. Given the sterling performance the son of Metallic Cat put in at the Reno Snaffle Bit Futurity, that could be exactly where the gelding will be going next.
Two top-notch stallions joined the National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA) Million Dollar Sire league: Metallic Cat and Smooth As A Cat. The offspring of these elite sires, both sired by High Brow Cat, have exceeded the prestigious seven-figure milestone inside the reined cow horse industry.
The owners of Metallic Cat have announced three new breeding incentives for owners of offspring by Equi-Stat Elite $20 Million Sire Metallic Cat.
Tammy Hays is thrilled Metallic Sparks is so short. If he was much bigger, she probably wouldn’t have gotten the chance to win the National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA) Stallion Stakes Non-Pro Championship with him.
The owner of Equi-Stat Elite $17 Million Sire Metallic Cat is offering a new performance bonus for 2018.
Alvin and Becky Fults, of Amarillo, Texas, on Friday became the newest owners of National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Futurity Open Champion Stevie Rey Von. It was the second time the stallion changed hands in 24 hours.
After performances by his offspring caused Metallic Cat to lead the 2017 Abilene Spectacular as the No. 1 sire, the 2005 red roan stallion hit the mark again at the 2018 edition of the show. Twenty-eight of his offspring garnered $154,934 while in Abilene this year, nearly $50,000 more than No. 2 sire High Brow […]