NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity Champion Zak 34 is preparing to take on a new discipline, expanding his horizons in the Western performance world.
Four American Quarter Horses were recognized as the Top Ranching Heritage-Bred Horses over and above their show accomplishments. Each of these horses earned a $250 cash prize and a custom trophy for their owners. Their breeders also each received a $250 cash prize.
Ranch Sorting National Championships (RSNC) was formally established in the spring of 2007 to improve the sport of ranch sorting through affordability and a fair rating system.
In 2022 the National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA) Western Derby boosted EquiStat offspring earnings for a select number of EquiStat sires. In honor of the 2023 Western Derby May 31 -June […]
Two of last year’s classic winners – Zak 34 and Janie Wood – offer an interesting study in pedigree patterns and the concept of sex-linked genes.
They say good things come in sets of three, and that's certainly been the case for the stallion Woody Be Tuff.
How high will horse prices go?
EquiStat Elite $7 Million Sire Woody Be Tuff and a roster of noted producers will highlight the Center Ranch Dispersal Sale at Western Bloodstock's NCHA Futurity Sales.
Named after his owner's late son, Zak 34 won the NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity Open Championship – and gave a family hope in their grief.
As the bidding for Wood She B Magic climbed in the Watt Arena at the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Futurity Sales, consignor Wes Ashlock was overcome with emotion. He never expected the filly would reach seven figures.