The National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Executive Committee voted Aug. 7 to pass new rules limiting the number of horses a rider can show. Approximately one month later, they changed their minds.
New rules limiting the number of horses competitors can show in certain classes will be discussed next week at a special meeting of the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Executive Committee, an official says.
The National Youth Cutting Horse Association (NYCHA) is going to look a little different this time next year, officials say.
Entrants in the 2017 National Cutting Horse Association [NCHA] Futurity cannot be shown in any other event involving cattle from the time of nomination through the end of the Futurity, including non-Futurity events held during the prestigious show in Fort Worth, Texas, the association announced Thursday.