How do I check my AQHA points?
You can check qualifying points on a horse by logging into your account at AQHA Services and clicking on World Show Qualifying Points in the Showing box of the Members page. You will need to have an account created and be signed into the website to access.
What does LTE mean for horses?
Lifetime Earnings (LTE) in National Cutting Horse Association shows are listed behind names in the pedigrees of sale horses . Produce Earners (PE) is listed after horses that have produced earners of that amount.
How much money can you make cutting horses?
A young, untrained cutting horse with a good bloodline can sell for $30,000 to $50,000, while a trained mare with proven skills can be worth more than $100,000.
What are the levels in AQHA?
AQHA youth, amateur and open divisions are divided into levels. The levels – Rookie, Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3 – are formulated from an objective handicapping system that assigns exhibitors and horses to competition levels. Classes are leveled based on exhibitor or horse records.
Did Yellowstone buy metallic Cat?
Yellowstone Appearance Metallic Cat’s owner, Bobby Patton, purchased the right for the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Futurity Open Champion to be on the show at a charity auction during last year’s NCHA Futurity.
Who owns Aaron Ranch?
Phillip and Lori Aaron
Owners Phillip and Lori Aaron started Aaron Ranch’s horse-breeding operations in 2010 with one Blue Valentine-bred stallion, Funny B Blue Muchaman, and four mares.
How much did Royal Blue Boon’s foals earn?
Royal Blue Boon’s produce report totals 18 performing foals with more than $2 million in earnings.
What kind of horse is Royal Blue Boon?
Foaled in 1980, Royal Blue Boon had the genetic potential to become a great cutting horse. The blue roan mare found success after success in the cutting pen under the hand of Larry Reeder and Larry Hall, competing from 1983-1987. Bred by Curt Donley of Whitesboro, Texas, Royal Blue Boon was sired by Boon Bar and out of Royal Tincie (by Royal King).
When did Larry Reeder ride Royal Blue Boon?
* Photo by John Brasseaux. Foaled in 1980, Royal Blue Boon had the genetic potential to become a great cutting horse. The blue roan mare found success after success in the cutting pen under the hand of Larry Reeder and Larry Hall, competing from 1983-1987.
How many times has once in a Blu Boon won?
Once In A Blu Boon has 14 major limited aged event championship titles, and 2 reserve titles with an impressive 29 times to finals. Trained and shown by James Payne.