Lee Garner, a National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Members Hall of Famer, World Champion and one-of-a-kind personality and cutting horse promoter died Tuesday in Batesville, Mississippi, his beloved hometown. Garner was 75. A funeral will be conducted at 11 a.m. Friday at the First United Methodist Church of Batesville. Visitation is scheduled to take place […]
For the second year in a row, Blakley Colgrove and Cat Man Blue were both in Fort Worth during the month of December. Last year, he became her horse. This year, they won a championship.
Moms Stylish Player and Kenny Platt were a force to be reckoned with at the 7 Ranch National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) World Finals. Platt, of Fort Lupton, Colorado, and the bay gelding nicknamed “Sprout” won three of four rounds in the Open – starting with a 227 in round one followed by a pair […]
The $15,000 Amateur National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) World Finals and the World Championship race went down to the wire. In the end it was a pair of “Benjamins” — Benjamin James and Raven Benjamin — who proved victorious during the 7 Ranch NCHA World Finals in Fort Worth.. The top contenders in the World […]
German Lugo began showing cutting horses back in 2008 in his native Venezuela. He moved his tack to the United States in 2013, and has been an avid student of the game ever since. On Saturday (Dec. 7), Lugo and his bay stallion, Too Hot To Copy, aced the $25,000 Novice Non-Pro class in the […]
The $5,000 Novice World Finals is Mike Wood’s world. The rest of us are just living in it. For the sixth year in a row, Wood took home the $5,000 Novice National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) World Finals Show Championship. This time, he did it with Christine King’s gelding, This Isa Third. They clinched the […]
Aden Bernhagen had the biggest cheering section during Thursday’s action in the 7 Ranch NCHA World Finals
Mike Wood’s goal for TRs Best Player at the beginning of the year was simply to make the 7 Ranch NCHA World Finals. They did that, but also took home a slew of prizes and a championship.
Some people plan their whole year around making enough money to qualify for the NCHA World Finals. Marilyn Kittelman had no idea she was in the top 15, and didn't plan to go. Fortunately, her friends stepped in.
Gavin Clarke had a narrow lead going into the $35,000 Non-Pro at the NCHA World Finals. He needed a solid performance to clinch the title. Good thing Rubys CD Legacy is a "once-in-a-lifetime" horse.