The early futurities are offering a preview of what may be to come later this year in the race for the top of the freshman cutting sire rankings with two high-profile stallions recently getting winners.
The morning of the Fults Ranch Absolute Reduction Sale, co-owner Alvin Fults looked around the sprawling ranch and wondered: Was anyone going to show up?
A list of horses and embryos consigned to the Fults Ranch Absolute Reduction Sale in Amarillo has been released.
Metallic Cat became an Equi-Stat Elite $20 Million Sire last year. About seven months later, the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Futurity Open Champion has already hit another major milestone in the breeding shed.
The National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) has placed Janie Vogel, former partner in and eventual owner of NCHA Futurity Open Champion Stevie Rey Von, on probation for three years for allegedly violating Non-Pro rules. Vogel denied wrongdoing.
Beau Galyean swung a leg over another winner at the West Texas Futurity – this time partnered with Metallic Cat son Stevie Rey Von to clinch the 5/6-Year-Old Open Championship.
A National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Futurity Open winner and two of his children have been suspended for violating non-pro horse ownership rules, the association announced.
With Stevie Rey Von added to their arsenal, Fults Ranch Ltd. is proving it won’t fade quietly into the background after the sale of Metallic Cat. Their new 6-year-old stallion and a 6-year-old mare they bred – both by “Denver” – clinched the top placings in the Lucas Oil National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Super […]
The ninth annual Cattlemens Derby and Classic offers $125,000 in added money, which draws much of the industry’s top talent. On March 7, the 5/6-Year-Old Open finalists were the first to officially cash in. It was Stevie Rey Von who delivered for his new owners Alvin and Becky Fults, of Amarillo, Texas.
Alvin and Becky Fults, of Amarillo, Texas, on Friday became the newest owners of National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Futurity Open Champion Stevie Rey Von. It was the second time the stallion changed hands in 24 hours.