Cutting horse


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Cutting horse

not a breed, but a class of horse used for working cattle on the range, in cattle camps and in yards. Several varieties exist, e.g. Canadian Cutting horse, American Cutting horse. See also australian Stock horse.
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The events include the 2011 Super Bowl XLV, the 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 National Cutting Horse Association Triple Crown, the 2012, 2013 and 2014 Formula One United States Grand Prix and the 2013 NBA All Star Game.
Miller is a professional cutting horse trainer and competitor from Poolville, TX.
Purple Badger was the name of the horse she had bought after finally acting on a lifelong dream to ride in cutting horse competitions - where a rider and horse try to separate a calf from the rest of a herd of cattle.
Besides, he "can't take my friends for a ride on a cutting horse," he says.
Royal Blue Boon, who earned more than $380,000 as a top cutting horse during the 1980s, is the leading dam of cutting horses by progeny earnings, with 17 successful foals who have collectively earned more than $2.
The auction is scheduled to be held in Cutter's Cantina, which is part of the elaborate cutting horse arena.
Former world champion rider (NCHA - National Cutting Horse Association) and horse trainer Shelly Martin will be spearheading sales efforts for E.
The lineage of WR This Cats Smart is a veritable who's-who in the cutting horse industry - by High Brow Cat, NCHA's #1 All-Time Leading Sire, and out of Million Dollar Producer The Smart Look.
In Fort Worth, for example, the comptroller has approved millions of dollars in state tax funding for shows put on by the National Cutting Horse Association, the American Paint Horse Association (both based in Fort Worth) and other equestrian groups.
Cord recently returned to his first love, writing, and penned a book titled ``A Feather in the Wind,'' the story of a horse-training bronco-buster who competes in the National Cutting Horse Championship.