Day No. 2 of the National Reined Cow Horse Association Snaffle Bit Futurity ®, presented by Metallic Cat, saw brilliant performances by the top 3-year-old equine tri-athletes in the country as the Open reined work preliminaries came to a close in John Justin Arena at Will Rogers Memorial Center. Each owner and rider team is gunning for their share of the total event payout, which is expected to exceed $1.2 million. The Open Futurity Champion will leave Fort Worth, Texas, $125,000 richer upon the conclusion of the Finals on October 19.

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Last to go, Alvarez Moya clinches it with a superb clear. There was a mixture of joy and regret for the Spanish team after winning tonight’s Challenge Cup at the Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ Final on home ground at the Real Club de Polo in Barcelona, Spain.

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At the first PBR (Professional Bull Riders) Unleash The Beast event in Minneapolis in 13 years, Jess Lockwood (Volborg, Montana) earned his league-best fourth 15/15 Bucking Battle victory of the season, winning the special round held in tandem with the Minneapolis Invitational inside Target Center.

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Now in its 50th year and returning to Fort Worth, Texas, for the third, the NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity is among the most challenging contests in the Western performance horse industry. The event payout is expected to exceed $1.2 million with the Open Futurity Champion receiving a hefty $125,000. The action takes place at Will Rogers Memorial Center October 4 - 19, 2019. With record entries, an expanded schedule and literally something for everyone, such as horse sales, banquets and shopping, the NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity is a must-attend event.

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Thursday, 03 October 2019 20:08

Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ 2019 Final

Defending champions from Belgium top first-round nail-biter: Team Belgium, winners in 2015 and again last year, looked supremely confident when topping today’s first round of the Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ 2019 Final at the Real Club de Polo in Barcelona, Spain. But the battle between the seven countries fighting for the single qualifying spot on offer for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games proved equally as intriguing during an afternoon filled with thrills and surprises.

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After a record-setting 2019, the PBR’s (Professional Bull Riders) Pendleton Whisky Velocity Tour (PWVT) is gearing up to bring fans even more action in 2020. The much-anticipated schedule starts at a breakneck pace with 24 first-half events and visits to six new markets.

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As one of two riders to deliver a flawless performance across the two days of competition inside Cross Insurance Arena, Alan de Souza (Taubate, Brazil) captured his second PBR (Professional Bull Riders) Pendleton Whisky Velocity Tour event win of the 2019 season Saturday evening, victorious at the Portland Chute Out in Portland, Maine.

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Forty-six horse and rider combinations took part in the CSI4* Grand Prix on this last Sunday of September. Eleven combinations managed to qualify for the jump-off on the 1m55 course designed by Louis Konickx, boasting sixteen jumping efforts. Although France was the most represented nation in the jump-off, Italy ended up being victorious, thanks to Piergiorgio Bucci’s wonderful performance with Driandria.

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At the fourth-ever PBR (Professional Bull Riders) Pendleton Whisky Velocity Tour event in Portland, Maine, Ramon de Lima (Rio Branco, Brazil) rode supreme Friday evening inside Cross Insurance Arena, recording the high-marked ride of the night to win Round 1 of the Portland Chute Out.

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Wednesday, 25 September 2019 07:59

Brazos Bash Open Results

The Brazos Bash is always known for big scores and epic runs from year to year. The arena makes for on edge circumstances which in turn equal some pretty impressive finals. It is hard to get to the finals because of the tough situation, but also it has to do with being in the heart of the cutting capital! This time of year should be impressive though, the four-year-old’s are confident, the three-year-old’s are coming into their own, and the five-six year old’s well, they are better than ever. We are steadily approaching the NCHA Futurity, but there are a few big shows left before the granddaddy of them all!

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