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Man On Fire – Clay Volmer

November 19th, 2018 by Nevada Huffman

 

Clay Volmer

After just four years of competing in the Snaffle Bit Futurity, Clay Volmer sent the crowd wild with his scorching fence run that saw him take out the 2018 Intermediate Championship at the Will Rogers, Fort Worth on SDP HY Rey Bound.

“I had told people for months, if I get into the finals, it’s going to look like my hair is going to be on fire because we are going to go fast,” he said.

“I knew it was good when I got done. It was one of those deals when you’re in the moment and you’re going as fast as you can possibly go and be as accurate as you can possibly be. It was fun and being in the Will Rogers where everybody was just screaming. After the first turn I couldn’t hear anything, it was so loud,” he said reliving the moment.

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How To Develop A Winning Attitude In Cutting!

February 18th, 2016 by CHTO

Attitude is everything! You may have the best horse and a lot of skill, but if your mind isn’t in the right place, you may as well say goodbye to success.

Not only that, how do you overcome the tough times, or if something goes wrong? It’s all in your perspective says trainer Gavin Jordan. Gavin, who has not only won more than $2-million in earnings himself, has been a caddy to a professional golfer because of his highly effective motivational skills.

Have a listen to some of Gavin’s great advice!

Surrounding yourself with successful people is key to your own success. Imagine watching, listening and learning from the best in cutting 24/7 and what that can do for you achieving your goals? Whether you want to start a colt, make a final, win a weekend cutting or just feel more confident in the show pen, Cutting Horse Training Online can help you do that.

If you’re not a member to Cutting Horse Training Online and you’d like to gain your competitive advantage, we’re offering 10% off for those who sign up this week. That’s 10% off any subscription, whether it be monthly, 3,6 or 12 month terms, which could save you up to 30% off total!

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Adan Banuelos Wins $60,000 In First Slot Cutting Show!

July 15th, 2015 by CHTO

A 4yr old beat horses up to two years older in the Western Bloodstock and National Cutting Horse Association first Slot Cutting Final in Fort Worth!

Adan Banuelos put on an awesome show to clinch the winning run with a 226 on Pedel To The Metall owned by Faith Mountain Ranch.

A great final on steers, Adan’s four year old defeated 4, 5 and 6 year old horses to take home the coveted $60,000 prize purse in the Showdown in Cowtown event.

Phil Rapp riding Reyzin owned by Gale Force Quarter Horses came second with a 223 earning $39,500. All 12 riders who made the final won very respectable earnings, with the bottom hole still getting $10,000, which was twice their entry fee back.

Watch Adan’s winning run below!

The Amateur Slot Cutting Final is on July 19th, with the winner taking home $20,000.


Showdown In Cowtown Makes Its Mark!

July 12th, 2015 by CHTO

A brand new type of cutting competition got underway this week that’s expected to inject $2-million back into the industry!

It’s called Showdown in Cowtown and it’s the brainchild of Jeremy Barwick, owner of Western Bloodstock, who is co-hosting it with the National Cutting Horse Association.

The event is a slot cutting, the first such competition in the sport, where only 100 slots are available for sale, making the payouts highly lucrative. The top 20 make the final (when all 100 slots are filled) with the winner earning $100,000 in the open, $60,000 in the Non-pro and $30,000 in the Amateur. The bottom hole in the final still payouts out double the entry fee.

There are two separate events, one in July in conjunction with the NCHA Summer Spectacular and in December that ties in with the Futurity.

Cutting Horse Training Online spoke with Jeremy at Silverado, Weatherford, TX where the first go round of the July event was underway.  Of the 100 slots available, Jeremy said 59 had sold for July,  a result he was pleased with for the first ever event. He told Simone Cobb he thinks December could even be a sell out with 70 slots already sold! Press play to watch.

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With 59 entered into the July event, the payouts will be $60,000 to win the Open, $35,000 in the Non-pro and $20,000 to the Amateur winner. The top 12 will make the final.

Slots cost $5,000, $3,500 and $2,500 in the Open, Non-Pro and unlimited Amateur divisions respectively.

The slot cutting takes no ties either into the final or to win first place. If the two people tie for champion, there will be a work-off for the buckle. Jeremy said this makes for exciting cutting action for spectators.

Points are not awarded to Horse of the Year and money won at the slot cutting does not count towards world standings. However Amateur earnings go towards lifetime earnings but not eligibility earnings.

The final takes place on July 12 during the NCHA Summer Spectacular in Fort Worth.

Jeremy said he believes the slot cuttings will catch on and expects to host more events in the future.

If you’d like to have success in an event like this, join Cutting Horse Training online to improve your showing skills by learning from the best in the business! Click on the button below to get a free week’s access!

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Cutting’s $8-Million Man Shares His Tips & Tactics In The Show Pen!

June 13th, 2015 by CHTO

While he mightn’t actually be bionic, Phil Rapp’s track history in cutting certainly suggests something super human when it comes to winning events!
As the top money earner in the history of the sport, more than $8.4-million to date, Phil has truly spent his life showing and training cutting horses.
He recently shared this vast experience with around 25 amateurs and non-pros at an NCHA Cutting Academy clinic in Fort Smith, Arkansas sponsored by Waco Bend.
Phil zeroed in on rider’s skills in the herd, and emphasized the importance of driving forward for decisive cuts.
Phil revealed many gems including:
•  How to clear the herd on your cut
•  Why you need to use two hands sometimes to get a square stop
•  Why, if you’re having trouble on one side of the arena, it’s probably because of what you  may be doing on the other side
•  How waiting on your cow can help you get even with the cow
•  How to stay even, on both sides of the cow and why it’ll help your scores and much more….
Cutting Horse Training Online now features three videos from the clinic available to watch now!

Tell us your favorite nugget of wisdom from Phil Rapp below!


How To Identify Cows And Save Your Sanity!

April 23rd, 2015 by CHTO

Could you identify this cow Black angus cow in a lineup?? lol! black angus cattle

Every cutter’s worst nightmare is getting a herd of black cattle, the same size, the same everything it seems and having to differentiate between them at shows.

To make matters worse, everyone on your team has different idea of what to call or how to label each cow, leaving huge room for error and creating plenty of tension during those two and half minutes.

So CuttingHorseTrainingOnline has sought out some expert help to get you and your team on the same page when identifying and describing cows.

Up and coming trainers Cullen Chartier and Gabe Reynolds show you common, simple and most importantly, memorable ways to identify cows.

We’d love to hear any tips or methods you use for identifying, describing and remembering cows!!! Post your comments below!

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