NCHA Cutting Academy Events Begin In May

The National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Cutting Academy will make its first stop for 2013 in Hillsborough, Ont., Canada, May 4, followed by a second clinic on May 10 in Lady Lake, Fla., in the start of its summer-long tour providing education and instruction to aspiring cutting horse enthusiasts.

2002 NCHA Derby underway

The National Cutting Horse Association Derby - officially called the Summer Spectacular - is underway in Fort Worth, Texas, and will run until July 28. The show, for 4-year-old cutting horses, began on July 9, making it a 20 day event, second only to the NCHA Futurity in length.The National Cutting Horse Association Derby - officially called the Summer Spectacular - is underway in Fort Worth, Texas, and will run until July 28. The show, for 4-year-old cutting horses, began on July 9, making it...

The Tomato Futurity

For Frank and Ora Diehl, cutting is synonymous with tomatoes. penning shows held at their facilities, the Diehls invite their cutting friends to their place outside Ruskin, Fla. The big show in the fall is called "The Tomato Futurity."For Frank and Ora Diehl, cutting is synonymous with tomatoes. penning shows held at their facilities, the Diehls invite their cutting friends to their place outside Ruskin, Fla. The big show in the fall is called "The Tomato Futurity."

Clone Offspring Denied Entry At Breeder’s Invitational

The cutting horse industry has been on the forefront of equine cloning, with one of the reasons being that horses don’t need to be registered to compete at National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA)-approved events. That wasn’t the case at the Breeder’s Invitational (BI, however, where amateur Jason Abraham was not allowed to show his two 4-year-old mares – Rubys Metallic Matti and Metallic Lil Melody – both sired by Metallic Cat and out clone mares.

NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity Begins Monday, September 22nd

At this time three years ago, they were weanlings. Now, hundreds of talented young horses from the foal crop of 2011 face the biggest test of their young lives: the National Reined Cow Horse Association Snaffle Bit Futurity. A $100,000 prize awaits the Open Futurity Champion, and the entire show is expected to pay out more than $1.1 million. The 44th annual NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity begins Monday, Sept....