The first draw in the Breeder’s Invitational Classic/Challenge Non-Pro finals on May 19 rode out of the arena with a 222 flashing on the screen overhead. Greg Coalson, aboard Bets On Bathsheba, stole the show right from the get-go, leaving the remaining 15 teams vying for second place. The 6-year-old mare by Bet Hesa Cat […]
The Breeder’s Invitational (BI) kicked off May 12 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and the Classic/Challenge Open finals, held May 15, hosted a field of 23 horses. One five-year-old superstar had to wait for 22 of them to make their runs before he could spar for the championship as the last draw of the second set. Two-and-a-half […]
Updates to the class-restructuring proposal released by the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) would establish a top 100 ranking in each division to establish a revolving door in cutting’s limited-age event divisions, allowing riders to drop down a level in competition.
The National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) has released details of a class restructuring proposal that will be discussed at the association’s upcoming convention.
A Canadian horseman beat out several talented competitors to win the Colt To Cow Connection colt-training event in Eastern Washington State.
Voting will open soon for the office of National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) vice president. The association announced Steve Norris and Jim Johnson are this year’s candidates.
“Leave them with a smile,” said Judy Boozer, the first recipient of the National Cutting Horse Association’s (NCHA) Sandy Sokol Show Secretary of the Year award. Six months ago, NCHA Vice President Ron Pietrafeso convinced the NCHA Executive Committee that as show secretaries are paid employees and not eligible for the Member’s Hall of Fame, […]
It’s tough to win any major limited-age cutting event, given that the field is typically filled with talented combinations. Winning two of those events in less than a month is a feat few can pull off. But Cade Shepard made clinching three major titles in that time frame look easy.
Jim and Mary Jo Milner were recognized with the Modine Smith Humanitarian Award in honor of their contributions to the sport of cutting.
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 .