For the second straight year, the NCHA Convention has been postponed due to COVID-19. • Photo by Molly Montag.

2021 NCHA Convention Postponed

This year’s National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) has been postponed.

The NCHA announced that its Executive Committee determined the event, scheduled for June 4-6, will not be held as planned due to “the current restrictions many of our members are still facing with COVID-19.”

It did not say when the event might be held. It also was postponed in 2020 due to COVID-19.

The NCHA Convention is a place where members can discuss possible rule changes, elect some leadership positions and witness newly elected officers take the helm. It also is a place where members can discuss the most pressing topics facing the association.

In light of the postponement, the NCHA said in a statement it is urging members to make their voices heard.

It asks members to submit suggestions, concerns, or ideas to NCHA by emailing [email protected]

Feedback will be shared with the respective Standing Committee Chair for consideration to discuss during an upcoming meeting.

Information should be sent no later than May 31.