In the Unlimited Amateur, Kaitlyn Laube and her mare Cowgirlbluz came out on top earning World Champion honors.
An average of $32,812 was realized on the eight highest sellers, with a top 20 average of $25,960, and the overall average of $9,585, with 73% sold from 422 catalogued horses.
The Texas Best Rope Futurity took place over September 22-23 in the Somervell County Expo Center in Glen Rose, Tx and brought forth the best in the industry for one of the final rope futurities of the season.
Meet the National Cutting Horse Association's Open, Non-Pro and Amateur Horse of the Year winners.
Metallic Cat lead the way on the 2020 NCHA Futurity Sires list with more than $1 million in offspring earnings at the show.
All Spice and trainer Adan Banuelos etched their names in the history books as winners of the 2020 NCHA Futurity Open Championship.
On the final day of The Bonanza in Belton, Texas, Once In Love and Traci Shehady made a statement in the cutting pen as the 4-Year-Old Unlimited Amateur winners. The […]
It was just like another day at the office for Myles Brown as the Stinnett, Texas, rancher and Twice In A Blu Moon successfully completed their cow work during the […]
Few stallions have risen up the sire ranks as quickly as Once In A Blu Boon has in the past two years.
As the final days of the long-awaited National Reined Cow Horse Association’s (NRCHA) Snaffle Bit Futurity®, presented by Metallic Cat, draw nearer, the field has been thinned for the show’s […]