Supermodel Bella Hadid competes in local cutting horse competition

The supermodel scored eighth in a cutting horse competition at Bosque Ranch in Weatherford.


Bella Hadid rode Metallic Tito in the NCHA $50,000 Limited Amateur competition.

Screenshot from @bellasdamage on TikTok

Is there anything she can’t do? Supermodel Bella Hadid competed in a cutting horse competition in Weatherford over the weekend.

The celebrity — who’s been riding horses since childhood — participated in the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) $50,000 Limited Amateur competition on Saturday, Jan. 20 at Bosque Ranch, which is owned by local filmmaker Taylor Sheridan.

According to Sports Illustrated’s Rodeo Daily, the runway star rode a bay roan stallion named Metallic Tito, who is owned by Iron Heart Trust. Hadid and her horse scored 132, finishing in eighth place.

This isn’t the first time the once-Olympic hopeful has been seen around Cowtown.

Back in October, she was spotted in the Stockyards holding hands with a cowboy, who was later revealed to be Adan Banuelos. The Weatherford-based cutting horse training prodigy was inducted into the NCHA Riders Hall of Fame in 2017 as one of the youngest inductees ever.


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