Top cutters compete for futurity honours

By Ruth Caskey
Updated December 31 2015 - 9:51am, first published May 22 2014 - 4:00am
Cutting competitor Dean Holden, Nundle, with horse Bad Hattie; National Cutting Horse Association president Peter Shumack, and competitor Hugh Miles, Woolomin, with Chic Acres.
Cutting competitor Dean Holden, Nundle, with horse Bad Hattie; National Cutting Horse Association president Peter Shumack, and competitor Hugh Miles, Woolomin, with Chic Acres.

THE largest cutting show outside the United States is on again, and there are great expectations for the National Cutting Horse Association's 2014 Imax Gold Tamarang Futurity, to run from May 27 to June 8.

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