It’s Nikki Here! Most of you know me from my work with some of the most well-known breeding facilities in the Western performance horse industry, but my life is changing. Along with a relocation and job change, I’ve accepted an offer to bring you this new monthly column, “Breeding & Beyond.” I look forward to […]
Hottish started his stallion career with a bang last year when son Dual Reyish won the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Futurity Open Championship, landing his sire the sport’s biggest prize in his freshman year at stud. Things didn’t slow down in his sophomore season, and Hottish is now an Equi-Stat Elite $1 Million Sire.
The first foal by the late Doc’s Hickory to be born in more than a decade hit the ground earlier this year at Oswood Stallion Station in Weatherford, Texas.
A legend in the cutting industry has died.
One of the leading American Paint Horse sires of Western performance horses has died. The sorrel overo stallion Like A Diamond (PT) would’ve turned 26 this year.