Oklahoma Professional Horseman Kyle Noyce and SJR Smooth Lil Oak started 2021 with a new title: NRCHA Open Hackamore World Champions.
Gunna Be A Smartie and Shane Steffen had the lead when they walked into the arena at Will Rogers Memorial Center for the cow work of the 2021 World's Greatest Horseman. They needed a good run in the cow work to bring it home. That's a lot easier said than done.
Results from the 2021 NRCHA Celebration of Champions, which was held Feb. 9-21 in Fort Worth, Texas.
When Its Time To Smokum and trainer Mark Sigler were named the NRCHA Open Bridle World Champions, announcer Darren Moore said what was on many people's minds: Someone upstairs was smiling.
Stirrups? Who needs two of those? Sareece Brown didn't when she piloted Nee On Lights to a gutty victory in the NRCHA Celebration of Champions Non-Pro Bridle.
When Snapdragons and Zane Davis won the Tres Osos Cow Horse Derby, it was a validation for an owner who took a chance a few years ago on a yearling whose bloodlines were ahead of his time.
Riders will be shooting for a big chunk of added money at the NRCHA Celebration of Champions, which kicked off today at Will Rogers Memorial Center in Fort Worth.
Rule changes were recently enacted to make it easier to qualify for the 2021 NRCHA Celebration of Champions.
As soon as Kelly Warner rode her beloved stallion, Metallic Pearl, out of the show pen, she was on a mission.
The National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA) Youth Bridle finals were stacked with talented young riders. Familiar last names such as McLaughlin, Lisac and Swales graced the draw sheet. But it was Emily Kent of Jacksboro, Texas, who grabbed the title by two points, earning a 438 and edging out Cutter McLaughlin with his two […]