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.