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Super Nice Ranch Riding/ ASHA/ SHOT Mare
Name: Palo Duro Playgirl
The American Quarter Horse is an American breed. It is generally a calm and docile horse with a compact short body and head and is defined by its heavily muscled body, powerful shoulders and hind quarters along with strong sturdy legs.
Discipline: Cowhorse, Cutting, Ranch Horse Pleasure, Ranch Versatility, Reined Cowhorse, Reining
Also know as reined cow horse, Working Cow Horse is judged where exhibitors are asked to work a single cow in the arena, while performing specfic maneuvers that include a reining pattern, circling a cow, and turing the cow on the fence. The competition consists of 3 phases reined work, fence work, and herd work. The highest compost score from all phases determines the overall winner. Horses are judged on responsiveness, accuracy, and timing and how well they handle that live cow.
Cutting is a western event that requires the rider to "cut" a cow out from herd and demonstrate their ability to keep the cow away from the herd(group). Rider's are given 2:30 to cut a minimum of 2 cows from the herd. Riders are assisted by 4 helpers: 2 herd holders, and 2 turn back men, to keep the cattle from running away.
Judges score the run 60 to 80, with 70 being an average score. Horse recieive extra credit for their skill, style, and exertion used to keep the cow under control. The rider can ncur a penalty for picking up his reins, or losing a cow.
Ranch Horse Pleasure
Ranch Horse Pleasure's main purpose is to showcase a working horse's movement, attitude, and versitility. The main consideration in Ranch Horse Pleasure is the horse's overall manners, responsiveness, and qualty of movement. The class shows the horses ability to work at a forward speed while remaning under control with light contact by the rider.
Judging is scored on the basis of 0 to 100, with 70 denoting an average performance. Penalties include: too slow, break of gait, wrong lead, blatant disobedience.
Working cow horse, Reined Cow Horse, is judged where exhibitors are asked to work a single cow in the arena, while performing specfic maneuvers that include a reining pattern, circling a cow, and turing the cow on the fence. The competition consists of 3 phases reined work, fence work, and herd work. The highest compost score from all phases determines the overall winner. Horses are judged on responsiveness, accuracy, and timing and how well they handle that live cow.
Reining is a judged western discipline designed to show the athletic abilities of the cowboys ranch horse, and the confines of the show arena. The National Reining Horse Association has 13 approved patterns that include small slow circles, large fast circles, 360 degree spins, flying lead changes, roll backs over the horses hocks and the hallmark sliding stop that are always a crowd favorite.
The NRHA judging system is judged from 0-100 with a 70 denoting an average score. Each maneuver in the reining pattern recieves a score of +1 1/2 to -1 1/2, with half point increments with 0 indicating an average maneuver.
Sire: Palo Duro Cat
Dam: Sheza Playgun
Year foaled: 2012
Height: 14.1 hh
Weight: 900 Lbs
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More information about the horse
Button is a super quite mare that has had a little more then 6 months cutting training(super cowy). She is going to to make a super SHOT/ASHA, and will be able to compete successfully in the AQHA Versitility. She is a very typey mare that is super balanced and will be able to hold her own in the Peformance halter classes. She has never been shown, but has been hauled around quite a bit, and will fit an intermediate youth or non-pro rider. She has been ridden outside and over all types of trail obstacles.
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