NRCHA) World's Greatest Horseman Championship finals, held Saturday, Feb. 22, in Fort Worth, Texas, came down to the very last fence run. The showdown in Cowtown ended with Spearman, Texas, professional Boyd Rice capturing the $25,000 World's Greatest Horseman Championship by a half-point aboard Oh Cay N Short.True to form, the National Reined Cow Horse Association (
Celebration of Champions, held Feb. 14-22 at the Will Rogers Equestrian Center in Fort Worth, Texas, began with the Aaron Ranch Cow Horse Classic, a three-event herd work, rein work and cow work derby for 4- and 5-year-old horses, shown in the snaffle or hackamore.The National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA)
NRCHA Celebration of Champions, aboard Checkn Out The Ladys (Im Countin Checks x No Lady Wood x Zack T Wood).In only his second time to show at a major National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA) limited-age event, Parke Greeson, of Lubbock, Texas, won the Aaron Ranch Cow Horse Classic Derby Amateur Championship, held in conjunction with the
Some 2014 National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA) rule books in circulation contain typographical errors. Those inaccuracies have been corrected in the online publication, and the NRCHA is working to correct all printed materials.
tickets for the 2014 National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA) World's Greatest Horseman finals are on sale now.Get them while they're hot! Box seats and general admission
National Reined Cow Horse Association's (NRCHA) newest Million-Dollar Sire. The 1993 stallion became a part of the iconic reined cow horse breeding program at the Ward Ranch in Kingsburg, Calif., when ranch founder Greg Ward purchased him as a 2-year-old. John Ward piloted him to the majority of his Equi-Statearnings, totaling $87,762, both in National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) and NRCHA arenas.Smart Little Pepinic has become the
Lyn Anderson and Tuckers Smart Cat win Open Two Rein; Glenn Kaplan and No Wright To Smoke top Non-Pro division
As the sun went down in Pueblo, Colo., on Thursday, May 2, the first of the NRCHA Hackamore Classic horse show competitors entered the arena for the Open and Non-Pro Two Rein classes.
Cutting is fun. It is supposed to be fun. Fun is a very important component of Cutting. If you, your trainer and/or your next of kin are not having fun, then your program is all messed up.
People tend to get it backwards. They aren’t winning, so it isn’t fun. Not winning isn’t fun, but quitting the fun part won’t make you start winning. When it isn’t fun is when the winning quits. If the only thing that makes you happy is winning, then you won’t be happy very often. After all, the Cutter’s prayer is, “Lord, I don’t need to win, just let me be third. Every time.”