This riders shows how it is done. They will get another chance when the Big River Cutting Club hosts its anniversary event on April 16-17.
This riders shows how it is done. They will get another chance when the Big River Cutting Club hosts its anniversary event on April 16-17.

Riders hope to cut down opposition

COPMANHURST recreational grounds will see horses cutting it up on April 16 and 17.

In line with this, the Big River Cutting Club will be celebrating their 25th year of shows.

Quarter horses will mirror a beast in a pen for two-and-a-half minutes.

President of the club, Fiona Brown, said cutting is hard to do.

“The show will ultimately display the best of the Hurst,” she said.

A presentation will be held for cutters on Saturday, April 16.

With spectators, current and past members are welcome to attend



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