There was no splitting Rick Thompson and Marcos Chocron at The Cattlemen’s.
For Von Sutten and Knicks N Lakers, the connection was immediate.
Brandon Westfall and the stallion Fiddle And Steel have had some tough luck in 2021, but at the Cattlemen’s Derby and Classic things fell back into place for the reigning NCHA Futurity Non-Pro champions.
Reigning NCHA Futurity Open Champion All Spice and trainer Adan Banuelos are back in the winner's circle, taking the 4-Year-Old Open at The Cattlemen's in a display of style and talent that had one of her owners seeing shades of a cutting great.
The Cattlemen’s Derby and Classic 4-Year-Old Non-Pro ended in a tie after two exhibitors marked matching scores of 217. The first was Dustin Adams, who rode Hottish For You from the third draw. Catching them at the end of the class were Kade Smith and Playboy Bunny. Hottish For You is a homebred mare by […]
The Cattlemen’s Derby & Classic kicked off its first finals on March 5 in Graham, Texas. Thirteen teams vied for the 5/6-Year-Old Open Championship, but it was Once In A Blu Boon and Equi-Stat Elite $1 Million Rider James Payne who bested the field to win the title for the second year in a row.