The Brazos Bash saw 15 horse-and-rider teams on Saturday, Oct. 4, and right out of the gate, Abilene, Texas, resident Lindy Ashlock laid down a run to mark a score of 218 aboard Little Miss One Time, setting the bar high. It turned out to be the score to beat, because 14 entries later, she was announced the Derby Non-Pro Champion.
Two sets of tough competition took over the Brazos Bash on Oct. 3 in Weatherford, Texas, during the Classic Non-Pro finals, and efforts made by Patrick Collins and Julie Jarma ended in a Co-Championship.
Brazos Bash on Sept. 29 in Weatherford, Texas. Both held tough competition and both turned out to be close races. In the Derby Open finals, Slate River Ranch’s Junie Wood and John Mitchell took the top honors with a crowd-pleasing run.Two finals were held at the
The 2014 NCHA Summer Spectacular Sale, produced by Western Bloodstock Ltd., preceded the NCHA Derby finals on Aug. 2 at Will Rogers Memorial Center in Fort Worth, Texas, and topped the 2013 NCHA Summer Spectacular Sale with 87 percent completed sales, including a strong $33,300 average for the top five highest-sellers.
National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Summer Spectacular Derby Amateur and Classic/Challenge Amateur finals – sisters Blakley and Madalyn each took home a title. Their grandfather, Joel M. Colgrove Sr., got in on the fun, too, taking reserve champion honors in the Derby Amateur.It was a Colgrove family affair on July 23 during the