Southern Oklahoma Cutting Horse LLC. Ada, OK

Bringing back the weekend cutter to a fun family event.

[03/12/18]   Friday:
4 yr old classes
5/6 yr old classes
Open
Nonpro
$50 Am
$25 N
$25 NNP
$15AM
$5N
$5NNP
$35 NP
$2LR

Saturday:
4 yr old classes
Open
Nonpro
Youth
$50Am
$25 N
$15 AM
$25 NNP
$5 N
$5NNP
$35NP
$2LR

[03/12/18]   So I want to tell everyone that Friday will be the last day to show your 5/6 year olds at our weekend cutting till late fall. It’s just on Friday so as not to hurt the weekend Cutters on Saturday. Thank you all for your support.

[03/12/18]   Don’t forget that this Friday we have both the 4 yr old and 5/6 yr old including amateur division in both before weekend classes.
Saturday will have the 4 yr old division only and also unlimited amateur before weekend classes. Hope to see you all there!!!

[02/17/18]   27 this morning in the 4 year old open. There is no 5/6 offered today.

[02/16/18]   20 horses in the 5/6 open

[02/16/18]   47 entries in the 4 yr old open. 12 in the 4 yr old nonpro.

[02/15/18]   Working order Saturday
4 yr old classes
Open
Youth
NonPro
50,000 Amateur
25,000 Novice
25,000 Novice Nonpro
15,000 Amateur
5000 Novice
5000 Novice Nonpro
35000 NonPro
2000 Limited Rider

[02/15/18]   Working order for Friday
4 yr old classes
5/6 yr old classes
Open
NonPro
50,000 Amateur
25,000 Novice
25,000 Novice Nonpro
15,000 Amateur
5000 Novice
5000 Novice Nonpro
35000 NonPro
2000 Limited Rider

[02/14/18]   If you all have an idea for how many head you will be showing in aged events please give us a heads up. Thank you!

[02/13/18]   Anyone needing stalls this weekend please let me know.

[02/08/18]   Getting close to show time so get your horse tuned up and ready for our show! Heated arena!!! February 16-17!!!

[01/27/18]   Am having some interest in Sr tour. What are your thoughts? Please speak up so others will know.

[01/14/18]   Please share our page with others interested in cutting in Oklahoma or just cut.

[01/12/18]   Remember we have a heated barn!!!! We expect a great turn out this weekend even in The cold!Please text me pics of papers cause it sure cuts down me having to look them up to load them in computer. Safe travels!

[01/09/18]   Working order Friday and Saturday:
Aged events:
4 open,
4 np,
4 unlimited AM
5/6 open,
5/6 np,
5/6 unlimited Am

Weekend classes:
Open
Np
Youth (sat only)
50AM
25n
25np
15
5n
5 np
35 np
2

How many stalls do you need?

[01/06/18]   PLEASE FORWARD TO ALL CONTESTANTS THAT START TIME NEXT FRIDAY & SATURDAY IS 9AM!!!!
THIS WAS CORRECTED WITH NCHA BUT APPARENTLY SINCE THEY ARE SHORT-HANDED THEY HAVEN’T CHANGED ON WEBSITE. I HAVE CALLED AGAIN TO CHECK ON IT.
PLEASE SHARE!!!!!

[12/31/17]   We had a good two day show. Thank you all for coming and Happy New Year!!!

[12/30/17]   Great seeing my cutter friends!!!
We have had a decent show. We need to decide whether to keep on having the unlimited Amateur aged events. I need input. Please comment. Please also let me hear input on aged events and weekend classes. We want to accommodate both but need to know how to make both levels happy. Please give me your input!!!! Thank you.
Happy New Year!!!

[12/27/17]   Aged events (3,4 & 5/6)
Open
Nonpro
Youth
$50 NonPro
$25 Novice
$25 Novice NonPro
$15 Amateur
$5 Novice
$5 Novice Nonpro
$35 NonPro
$2 Limited Rider

[12/27/17]   Reposting! For those of you coming please send me a pic of horses papers if they have NOT been shown at Ada. Also if you could kinda give me a head count of how many aged event horses you are bringing then we can give a better idea to those showing In weekend only

[12/21/17]   Hope everyone will be ready to come show after Christmas!!!! Come to our show the 29-30th! It’s our annual New Year’s Bash! Aged events and full weekend show! Look forward into seeing you all.

[12/17/17]   10 Ranch Women Facts

1. Always load your horse last in the trailer so it is the first one unloaded. By the time he's got his horse unloaded, you will have your cinch pulled and be mounted up ready to go - lessening the chance of him riding off without you with your horse trying to follow while you are still trying to get your foot in the stirrup.

2. Never - and I repeat never - ever believe the phrase "We'll be right back," when he has asked you to help him do something out on the ranch. The echoing words, "this will only take a little while" have filtered through generations of ranch wives and still today should invoke sincere distrust in the woman who hears them.

3. Always know there is NO romantic intention when he pleadingly asks you to take a ride in the pickup with him around the ranch while he checks waters and looks at cattle. What that sweet request really means is he wants someone to open and close the gates.

4. He will always expect you to quickly be able to find one stray in a four-section brush-covered pasture, but he will never be able to find the mayonnaise jar in four-square feet of refrigerator.

5. Count every head of everything you see - cattle especially, but sometimes horses, deer, quail or whatever moves. Count it in the gate, out the gate or on the horizon. The first time you don't count is when he will have expected that you did. That blank eyelash-batting look you give him when he asks "How many?" will not be acceptable.

6. Know that you will never be able to ride a horse or drive a pickup to suit him. Given the choice of jobs, choose throwing the feed off the back of the pickup. If he is on the back and you are driving, the opportunity for constant criticism of speed, ability and your eyesight will be utilized to the full extent. "How in the *@*# could you NOT see that hole?"

7. Never let yourself be on foot in the alley when he is sorting cattle horseback. When he has shoved 20 head of running, bucking, kicking yearlings at you and then hollers "Hold 'em, hold 'em" at the top of his lungs, don't think that you really can do it without loss of life or limb. Contrary to what he will lead you to believe, walking back to the house is always an option that has been used throughout time.

8. Don't expect him to correctly close the snap-on tops on the plastic refrigerator containers, but know he will expect you to always close every gate. His reasoning, the cows will get out; the food will not.

9. Always praise him when he helps in the kitchen - the very same way he does when you help with the ranch work - or not.

10. Know that when you step out of the house you move from the "wife" department to "hired hand" status. Although the word "hired" indicates there will be a paycheck that you will never see, rest assured you will have job security. The price is just right. And most of the time you will be "the best help he has" even if it is because you are the ONLY help he has.

[12/12/17]   I’m also donating my first born mini baby born in 2018 to Louis Costanza’s cause. It will be a surprise! Bidding on my page only. It is up to $500 right now!

[12/12/17]   Hey all my friends with stallions!

Please help me to help my dear friend and BI co-worker - Malissa Costanza Tittle’s Dad-Louis Costanza with donating a breeding to your stallion to be auctioned off here on Facebook. This will help Louis to offset the cost of cancer treatment and travel expenses to treatments. All you cutters know Malissa from helping me and being my right hand at the Breeders Invitational and several of you know Louis from his success showing cutting horses in the past. This is such a great cause for a wonderful man and wonderful family that I am proud to call my friends and might as well be family. Please let me know or post your stallion in comments! Thank you all for your support and kindness.
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