Cutting horse competitors will notice several changes – some big and some small – were implemented this year by the NCHA. There also are new NCHA programs.
Producers of cutting events approved by the NCHA will now have greater flexibility to make changes.
The NCHA has changed the penalties for violations of its prohibited drug policy. Rules go into effect Jan. 1.
The NCHA announced it will launch a new program for weekend cutters called the National Circuit Program.
Weekend cutters will take center stage later this year at a show co-sanctioned by the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) and United States Cutting Horse Association (USCHA).
The National Cutting Horse Association is accepting applications from prospective judges for an upcoming judge's clinic in Fort Worth.
Yellowstone co-creator and executive producer Taylor Sheridan will be at the mic for a fundraising event for the NCHA Charities Foundation in December in Fort Worth, Texas.
Chaser Crouch was only a few weeks old when he went to his first cutting.
Cutting horse trainer Matt Miller’s criteria for picking a prospect differs from purchasing a finished performer, and he tailors the choice to the buyer’s criteria.
New protocols and guidelines will be in place during next month’s NCHA Metallic Cat Summer Spectacular in Fort Worth, Texas. The regulations are in place to protect riders and fans from COVID-19.