If you like horses and celebrities, you won’t want to miss the 22nd Annual Careity Celebrity Cutting, Friday December 2, 7:00PM during the NCHA Futurity at Will Rogers Memorial Coliseum.
Chris Cox, Three-Time Undefeated Colt Starting World Champion and internationally known Horseman, will join with a millionaire’s club of cutting horse professionals December 7 at the National Cutting Horse Association’s World Championship Futurity for a seminar focusing on cutting horse competition from start to finish.
When the word “futurity” is heard in the horse world, one can usually anticipate the subject is about the $3.2 million National Cutting Horse Association’s World Championship Futurity, the horse industry’s richest discipline event, taking place Nov. 25 through Dec. 15 in Fort Worth, Texas.
The National Youth Cutting Horse Association "Cut Above" Incentive Program designed to boost funds provided for youth programs and activities to keep youth members interested and inspired has an annual October "Program Push!"
The All American Quarter Horse Congress will kick-off their 2012 Lecture and Demonstration Series with a Cutting Demonstration given by three of the biggest stars in the cutting industry in the Coliseum on Friday, October 12th at 3:00pm.
by Chris Gay, Augusta Chronicle Staff Patrick Collins and Diana Helm came to a quick agreement at the conclusion of the Classic Non-Pro finals late Friday night.
by Chris Gay, Augusta Chronicle Staff Writer Kaitlyn Larsen lives with scars up her right arm and a small tattoo of a broken heart on the outside of her hand. Before she competes, she holds a cross around her neck and rubs the silver belt buckle on her waist. Both items serve as reminders of her fiancee, Reagon Walker, who died in a car accident last year.
from NCHA Buster Welch, rancher and horseman, as well as member of the American Quarter Horse Association and National Cutting Horse Association Halls of Fame, will receive the 35th annual National Golden Spur Award on September 7, in Lubbock, Tex.
by Chris Gay, Augusta Chronicle Staff Writer Being a Georgia cutter, Jay Klamon said his victory Thursday night held extra meaning. Aboard Somebody Somewhere, Klamon won the $35,000 Non-Pro Any Age by 2.5 points at James Brown Arena with 221.
Julie J. Bryant of Fort Worth, Texas, has been named Director of Marketing for the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) in Fort Worth, Texas. Bryant assumed the role June 18 after having served the horse industry as a marketing and strategic planning consultant for the past 12 years through her agency, Latigo Associates.