There was noticeably more color than usual at Fort Worth’s Will Rogers Memorial Center in September for the American Paint Horse Association World Championship. Among the newly crowned world champions were Steady Joe and rider Bud Lyon, the Junior Reining World Championship titlists. Among those riders and horses winning more than one World Championship during […]
The American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) Adequan® Select World Championship Show, the world’s largest, single-breed world championship horse show open exclusively to amateur exhibitors age 50 and over, kicked off Monday and will conclude Saturday. This is the first year for the Select World Show to have been held at the Will Rogers Memorial Center […]
Participants in National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) events at the Will Rogers Coliseum must be in compliance with the biosecurity practices of that facility, as well as those of the Texas Animal Health Commission. The decree is effective immediately, “moving forward with the 2019 Futurity and all NCHA produced events in Fort Worth, Texas,” said […]
Myles Brown came prepared for the Southwest Reined Cow Horse Association Down Under Pre-Futurity with three horses, and with them he swept the first three spots, including successfully defending his title in the Non-Pro Futurity on Saturday with Dreamin Of Denver at the John Justin Arena at the Will Rogers Memorial Center. Of the three mounts, […]
Bush Whacked, the striking black stallion owned by Jay and Wendy McLaughlin, entertained the John Justin Arena crowd with an electrifying fence run during a triumphant set at the Southwest Reined Cow Horse Association (SRCHA) Down Under Horsemanship Pre-Futurity Open Futurity on Saturday night. Bush Whacked (Blind Sided x Smart Bunny Lena x Smart Little […]
Deadlines are coming up fast for the 2018 National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA) Snaffle Bit Futurity.
The Adequan® Select World Championship Show is moving to Fort Worth, Texas.
How much funding Texas horse shows receive in the near future depends on the final wording of two bills pending in the state’s ongoing legislative session.