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thank you letter to NCRCHA for their
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Judges & Competitors- everyone welcome
Dates: Jan 18th & 19th 2014 (1 day or both)
Corning, Ca - Rolling Hills Casino
Auditors Only- Fill this
out too & submit with registration form
California Reined Cow Horse Association Welcomes You!
if you want a fun, affordable environment to come & show your horse, the
NCRCHA is the club for you!
The Events page is updated with our
show schedule so you can get our dates on your calendar, &
additional activities in the area. We
also have some great clinics & events coming up.
The Show/Info page has anything you
need to know to show at our club; forms, entries, rules, patterns, etc.
The Awards Program page defines
our awards program, & qualifying classes, along with All Arounds. Browse
through it, we may offer something that you haven't been aware of!
The Contact page has who you need to
contact for what, & the Show page has the NCRCHA Rulebook.
The Sponsors page lists all
sponsors along with the great opportunities in becoming a sponsor
The Educational Resources page is great
if you are new to the Reined Cow Horse sport. It gives you some basic
info along with scoring system, rules & resources for additional
The NCRCHA is a non-profit organization founded in 2000 in Red Bluff,
California to help promote the reined cow horse equine sport by
providing members a place to show horses in herd work, reined work,
fence work & boxing classes along with participating in educational
seminars & riding clinics the association provides. The NCRCHA
encourages membership participation & fun. If you haven't shown with us,
check out what we have to offer in the range of classes & awards,
everything from pros to beginners at an affordable price and with fun!
Educational Resources page, NRCHA Drug
Rules article along with link to "From the Judge's Chair" articles.
Discussion & input from the judge's perspective on judging the reined