Anderson Arena in Kamuela to Host 2010 Hawaii Island Cow Horse Championship

Scott Desa at Anderson Arena Kamuela

Scott Desa performing a winning reining pattern at Anderson Arena in Kamuela

Hawaii Island Cutting Horse Association Event

As a Realtor specializing in large-acreage ranch and horse properties from the Hamakua coast to Wood Valley, I am excited that the horse community on the Big Island is gearing up for one of the Hawaii Island Cutting Horse Association’s biggest events of the year.

On November 13th and 14th, the 2010 Annual Hawaii Island Cow Horse Championship will be held at Anderson Arena in Kamuela (Waimea). Rick Drayer, a respected trainer and NRCHA judge from California, will be the judge for the competitions, including:

  • Snaffle Bit Futurity
  • Snaffle Bit Maturity
  • Super Horse
  • Two-Year-Old-in-Training
  • Cutting and Reining Championship Titles
Kalai Nobriga at Honokaa Arena

Kalai Nobriga making a quick cut in the Open Cutting Class at Honokaa Arena

HICHA Silent Auction

At the event this year, we’re holding a silent auction in which bidders will vie for stud services to top quarter horse stallions, a Kapohokine Zipline Adventures family pack, Island Princess candies and other horse and non-horse related items.

This event is free to the public. Please come by to watch the competitions and to participate in our silent auction. Proceeds benefit our Hawaii Island Cutting Horse Association for future events.

Hawaii Equestrian Property

If you are exploring the possibility of purchasing a Big Island horse property, please contact me. When I am not working on my East Hawaii ranch, my other favorite way to spend my time is helping buyers find just the right property where you can begin to build your Big Island dreams. If you have questions about farms, ranches or equestrian properties, I would be happy to help get you started in your research or property search.

Lora Ayers of Clark Realty-Hilo has been involved in showing, breeding and raising rein cow-horse performance horses for the last 18 years. She is an active member of the Hawaii Quarter Horse Association and the Hawaii Island Cutting Horse Association and is the owner/operator of Kahealani Ranch in East Hawaii.



Comments

  1. It’s great to see that the love and culture of horsemanship on the Big Island isn’t just a Parker Ranch phenomenon. Truly, our bond with horses weaves itself around us in countless ways on our Big Island.

    Putty Clark on November 4, 2010 at 1:45 pm
  2. The fence competition was the most exciting horse event I’ve ever watched—thrills, chills and spills. It’s sure not for the faint of heart!

    Karen Clarkson on November 15, 2010 at 10:50 am

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