NCHA Super Stakes Champion Hiss N Vinegar
The Texas Quarter Horse Association is offering incentives to Texas-foaled horses at the 2020 Kit Kat Sugar NCHA Super Stakes. Last year, the Super Stakes Open Championship went to Texas-foaled Hiss N Vinegar. • Video West Productions.

NCHA Super Stakes Offers $100,000 Texas Incentive

Horses born in the state of Texas will have a shot at a $100,000 incentive at the Kit Kat Sugar National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Super Stakes.

Offered by the Texas Quarter Horse Association (TQHA), the incentive will be available to the highest-placing Texas-foaled horses in the 2020 NCHA Super Stakes Classic that are ridden and owned by current TQHA members. Money will be doled out in the Open, Non-Pro and Amateur Divisions.

Horses must be registered with the American Quarter Horse Association in order to be eligible. In addition, their trainer and owners must all be members of the TQHA.

The NCHA Super Stakes, scheduled for March 22 to April 18, will be leveled this year. It will be the first of NCHA Triple Crown event to use the format.

Last year, the Super Stakes Open Championship went to Texas-foaled mare Hiss N Vinegar.

Full breakdown of the incentive:

Super Stakes Open

$50,000 Total Prize Money

Highest Placing – $25,000

Second Highest Placing – $15,000

Third Highest Placing – $10,000

Non-Pro

$25,000 Total Prize Money

Highest Placing – $12,500

Second Highest Placing – $7,500

Third Highest Placing – $5,000

Amateur

$25,000 Total Prize Money

Highest Placing – $12,500

Second Highest Placing – $7,500

Third Highest Placing – $5,000

For show information, entry forms and a complete schedule of the 2020 NCHA Super Stakes, visit nchacutting.com/events/superstakes.