A Star Is Borne rolled into Las Vegas for this week's Holy Cow Performance Horses Pacific Coast Cutting Horse Association (PCCHA) Futurity on a two-show win streak. She'll leave with a 226-point victory and, arguably, claim to being the hottest 3-year-old cutting horse in the country.
Following a victory at the Cotton Stakes, A Star Is Borne (Boon Too Suen x Holly Is Smooth x Smooth As A Cat) marched into the Silverado On The Brazos arena during the Brazos Bash with confidence.
A Star Is Borne and Michael Cooper, a cowboy from Bucyrus, Kansas, rode away with the $10,100 grand prize in the Futurity Open of the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Cotton Stakes on Thursday in West Monroe, Louisiana. A Star Is Borne, a mare, is by Boon Too Suen and out of Holly Is Smooth […]
The Brazos Bash Futurity Open Championship was led by a 217 marked from the first draw, which held strong throughout nearly the entirety of the class. That is, until the Dual Pep mare Tears From Heaven and Michael Cooper earned a 222 from the last draw with a performance that wowed the crowd and sent […]
Going into the Bonanza Cutting, Tatum Rice wanted some perspective on how to get top-caliber cutter Hashtags back into the elite form he displayed while racking up Open Derby championships in 2017. He knew exactly who to ask.
Abilene Spectacular are already landing their first victories of the New Year in Abilene, Texas. During the 4-Year-Old Open finals on Jan. 7, Dual Smart Kitty and Clay Johnson bested the field to take home the Championship.While some people may still be gearing up for the 2014 show season, cutters at the
Cotton Stakes Classic with a 225 worth $11,000 Sept. 11 at the West Monroe, La., show.Consistent finalists Jett Setter and John Wold broke through for their first high-profile cutting victory during the Derby Open finals at the
National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Summer Spectacular. This time they topped the Derby Non-Pro finals with a 221 to earn $20,870.College senior Kevin Murray and Travelin Smooth won for the second night in a row Aug. 3 at the