Alice Walton Inducted into the National Cutting Horse Association Members Hall of Fame

In 2020, Alice Walton was inducted into the National Cutting Horse Association Members Hall of Fame, one of the association’s highest honors.

“While I may have hung up my spurs, I’ll always be a cowgirl,” Alice shared in a statement.

“This Hall of Fame honor holds a special place in my heart – an honor I am so fortunate to share with my ranch family who grew with me, challenged me, and supported me in the cutting horse world since I was 13 years old.”

“Cutting” is a western-style equestrian competition where a horse and rider work together to demonstrate the horse's ability to “cut” (isolate) livestock from the rest of the herd before a panel of judges. 

The video below played at the December 13 event honoring the 2020 National Cutting Horse Hall of Fame Inductees. Read more about the Hall of Fame