"I'm very thankful and grateful to have some success, but I just hope that it inspires some people to not quit and keep toughing it out."
Sometimes a special horse just has a way of working her way into your heart.
It all comes down to this.
Kyle Birkenfeld and TAMU Bettin A Dual’s composite 634.5 landed them the Level 1 Non-Pro Championship.
The excitement continued Tuesday, Oct. 18, at the National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA) Snaffle Bit Futurity, presented by Metallic Cat, with the conclusion of the Open cow work prelims.
NRCHA announced purse increases in multiple divisions and classes at several major NRCHA events next year.
Proving to yourself that a setback isn’t permanent can feel impossible, but for Kelsey Delaplaine Fulmer, disappointment from one run only fueled a better one at the biggest show in cow horse.
When a horse named Vyntage steps into the ring and the phrase “sired by Doc’s Hickory” rings out over the Will Rogers Coliseum, ears are sure to perk up and heads turn.
The NRCHA announced two industry partners for its upcoming Snaffle Bit Futurity®. It also announced a partnership with the Stock Horse of Texas.
Amid the most entries ever recorded at the NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity, officials voted to increase the finalist cap.