The Riata Buckle’s second full season came to a close the first week of November at the Lazy E, with the event doubling its size in just one year—paying out […]
The Darkk Side breedings cost $6,500 + chute fee, and were limited due to the number of syndicate members which kept their breedings.
A remarkable 5-year-old grade black gelding offered by Mitch Wilkinson fetched a final bid of $17,000, securing its place as the second-highest seller of the event.
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.
In an ode to those programs which breed, raise and train top level rope horses, entire breeding programs (or ranches/training programs) were enrolled to participate in the futurity and sale.
Legend Buttes Spring Horse Sale, organized by Crawford Livestock, culminated on June 16th, showcasing a remarkable collection of 75 exceptional horses that left buyers captivated, both in the stands and […]
“They (equine syndicates) basically bring sports of billionaires down to the hard-working common Americans,” Blanton said. “That collaboration is what life’s all about.”
The Oklahoma Quarter Horse Association boasts one of the American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA)’s top ten shows, the Redbud Spectacular. American Rope Horse Futurity Association (ARHFA) hosted a full slate […]
In one day a total of 671 head of horses came to Billings, Montana for the May 27 Cow Country Classic Catalog Billings Livestock Horse Sale. Celebrating a sale high […]
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