If Katherine Queen had a familiar feeling in the Area 18 Youth Scholarship finals at the Augusta Futurity, it wasn’t because she was suffering from a case of déjà vu .
Cade Shepard hasn’t been to every Augusta Futurity, but the high schooler figures he’s been to every one during his lifetime. “I love this show,” said the 16-year-old from Summerdale, Alabama. “I’ve been coming here ever since I was pretty much born.”
The chief marketing officer of the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) has resigned.
Nicole Pietrafeso was named the winner of the 2017 Todd Drummond Memorial Award, an annual honor that highlights Youth members who demonstrate scholastic achievement in addition to cutting and extracurricular activies.
Non-Pro cutter Paula Wood was honored for her pursuit of excellence with the 2017 Bill Freeman Award.
Session II of the Western Bloodstock National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) 2-Year-Old Sale offered plenty of variety, with 110 prospects set to sell. A large crowd of industry members brought big bids for the athletes they saw as the industry’s future stars, and the it was Royal Red Brow who brought the highest figure.
The Limited Non-Pro finals at the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Futurity did not disappoint, with 29 combinations vying for the title. Ultimately, two pairs shined above the rest.
Long-time National Cutting Horse Association [NCHA] member Bernie Kirkland was selected as the 2017 Mary Kingsbury Amateur Sportsmanship Award recipient.
Great American Insurance Group and the North Texas Chevrolet Dealers are proud to announce the bonus money payout for the 2017 National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Futurity.
Entrants in the 2017 National Cutting Horse Association [NCHA] Futurity cannot be shown in any other event involving cattle from the time of nomination through the end of the Futurity, including non-Futurity events held during the prestigious show in Fort Worth, Texas, the association announced Thursday.