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The PCCHA is bringing back its sale this year, and the event will include incentives for sale horses that return to compete in the association's major futurity. • Photo by Kelsey Pecsek Hruska

PCCHA Futurity Sale Postponed

The Pacific Cutting Horse Association (PCCHA) Sale planned for the 2021 PCCHA Futurity show has been postponed.

The sale, which was planned for Oct. 1, has been pushed back to 2022.

According to the sale’s Facebook page, the PCCHA Executive Committee made the decision to hold off on the sale until next year.

“Due to an impacted show schedule, the PCCHA Executive Committee has chosen to postpone our Fall Horse Sale Event until 2022 where we will be adding additional days to accommodate a successful sale,” according to a statement on the sale page. “We apologize for any inconvenience but we want to be proactive with our plans as we want to bring you the best Futurity and Horse Sale Event possible!

The sale would have featured two incentives, one for yearlings and one for 2-year-olds. To have been eligible, horses must change hands during the sale and come back to show in the PCCHA Futurity as 3-year-olds.

This year’s sale would have been a revival of the event. Though it hasn’t held a sale in recent years, the PCCHA had sales accompanying their events including the Gelding Stakes in the 1980s and 1990s.

For more details and consignment forms, visit pcchasales.com.