Once Spence found out about cutting and tried it, he fell in love with it. He has now spent quite a few years watching, learning, practicing and training. He has put a lot of blood, sweat and tears (well maybe not tears, but quite a few cuss words) into learning the art of cutting and has gotten good enough to train his own horses. It has taken a lot of time and a lot of hard work. This fall, he was able to take two colts he trained to the Arizona Futurity; a competition for young horses that are just starting to show. He also showed his favorite mare in a different class. He did really well and won money on all of the horses. I want him to know that I am really proud of him. I never brag about him on here, but I’m making an exception this time.
Spence on Peptobelle. She’s the older (5 or 6 years old?) horse.
This is Smoothie, one of the colts.
And finally Spanky.
Way to go Spence!