Acampo cowboy John Primasing collects world-champion hardware
Acampo’s John Primising finished as the National Cutting Horse Association’s top money winner and world champion in the $35,000 Non-Pro Division.
- Cutting 101
The horse and rider select and separate a calf out of a cattle herd. The calf then tries to return to the herd; the rider loosens the reins and leaves it entirely to the horse to keep the calf separated. A contestant has 2 1/2 minutes to show his horse; typically three cows are cut during a run, although working only two cows is acceptable. A judge then awards points to the cutter.
Posted: Thursday, December 19, 2013 12:00 am
On week days, Acampo’s John Primasing is an average white-collar worker. By weekends, he’s a modern-day cowboy.
Primasing, 60, is the chief credit officer at Bank of Stockton in Stockton. However, he grew up riding horses and about five years ago got into the sport of cutting cattle.
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