Scott McCutcheon has consistently been one of the top trainers in NRHA, AQHA, and APHA competition since 1982. With over $690,000 in NRHA earnings, Scott has won numerous industry titles, as well as several APHA and NRHA World Championships. He also is a multiple NRHA Open Futurity Finalist, NRHA Open Derby Finalist, and NRBC Open Finalist.
In 1993 Scott rode Dunnit Like A Cowboy to the NRHA Open Futurity Reserve Championship. In 1997 he rode industry legend Marthas Mega Jac to an NRHA Open Reserve World Championship.
Scott and Mega Jac also paired up to win a USET Silver Medal in 1999, and were crowned the 2000 USET Nations Cup Individual Gold Medalists as well. Mega Jac has since gone on to become one of the top modern day reining sires.
In 2002, Scott McCutcheon had a stellar year that started by first riding Inwhizable to a 3rd place finish at the USET Reining Championships in Gladstone, NJ. This secured the pair a slot on the first ever USET Reining Team, where they represented the United States at the prestigious World Equestrian Games (WEG) in Spain. While in Spain, they put in two stellar performances and helped Team USA win the first ever WEG Reining Gold Medal.
Later in 2002, Scott teamed up with Any Whiz Way to win numerous fall futurity titles. And in December of 2002, the duo claimed the NRHA Intermediate Open Futurity Championship out of over 270 entries. Kathy McCutcheon also is heavily involved in reining, and is an accomplished Non Pro herself. With nearly $18,000 in NRHA earnings, Kathy has been a finalist at many major events including the NRHA Non Pro Derby and the NRHA Non Pro Futurity.