Elizabeth Kania and Hickory Dickory Time were the picture of consistency at the National Stock Horse Association Pre-Futurity.
Justin Wright could've kicked himself for letting Stylin Metal get by him at a major horse sale. Fortunately, the horse made its way to his barn in the end.
The NRCHA has found a new spot on the calendar for its 2020 Stallion Stakes.
Las Vegas, NV – Aug. 20-25, 2019 351 Entries – $50,225 Added – $347,576.94 Total Purse Horse / Rider / Owner / Score / Finals $ / Total $ FUTURITY OPEN – 107 E. – $18,000 Add. – $156,565.02 TP 1) HERE COMES THE BOON (16S) / Lance B Johnston / Rocking Bs Ranch, 656.5, […]
For the second year, Eric Freitas took the Non-Pro Futurity title at the National Stock Horse Association’s event in Las Vegas, Nevada. This time, Freitas was aboard Loves Blu Boon.
Lance Johnston hit on a lucky streak at the National Stock Horse Association Futurity, Derby and World’s Richest Stock Horse event in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Lindsay, Calif., horseman rode to the Open and Intermediate Open Futurity titles on Here Comes The Boon (by Once In A Blu Boon) on Sunday, August 25. And, Johnston […]
The ink on Trinity Haggard’s college diploma was barely dry when he moved from Texas to California three months ago to work for cow horse trainer Ken Wold. It was an exciting opportunity for the Texan, and Haggard didn’t make the journey alone.
When Ken Wold decided to geld his family’s versatile bridle horse, Real Smooth Cat, it wasn’t because the trainer didn’t think a lot of the stallion. It just made sense given the situation. Then Wold went and won last weekend’s National Stock Horse Association (NSHA) Futurity Intermediate aboard the stallion’s daughter, Real Smooth Liz.
Will Pennebaker entered the National Stock Horse Association Futurity not really knowing what to expect from Smart Lookin Dual. However, the horse gave him a performance that has him eyeballing more futurities.
All through his training, Scooter Cat gave trainer Justin Wright all the right signs. But, there was no way for the California trainer to know how good the horse really was until he proved it in the show pen.