Members please note, if you would like to enter the Amateur NP Futurity, Amateur NP Derby or Amateur NP Classic, an entry form is required to be filled out and returned to the NCHA office by the start of the Futurity on Wednesday. Entry forms can be found on the Futurity page of our website or please click here...
The NCHA office is in the process of moving out to AELEC for the Futurity at present. Staff will have limited access to computers for the interim but should be up and running again by approx 3 this afternoon. Apologies if this causes any inconvenience.
DTM will have golf carts for hire during the Futurity. Bookings are required. 02 6762 2606
While the Futurity webcast will cover the entire Futurity event, the days of the Finals (being Thursday 9th, Friday 10th and Sunday 12th) will be pay per view at $15 per day or $30 for the 3 days. All details will be on our website www.ncha.com.au during the webcast.
Attention members: There has been a program change at the PVCC Barraba show this weekend, the open will be moved to after the rookies on Sunday.
The NCHA has 53 affiliates that conduct shows, practice days and clinics throughout Australia. All levels of competition (including youth classes) are catered for with over 200 shows throughout Australia. These shows occur in Brisbane, Melbourne and at Sydney Royals and culminates with the NCHA National Finals in Tamworth, New South Wales. High Point Awards are highly prized and competitors travel many kilometres to achieve success.
The showcase of Cutting is the NCHA Futurity held every May/June in Tamworth. The Futurity has grown into the richest three year old performance horse event in the Southern Hemisphere. It incorporates the best cutting seen anywhere, the largest country/western rural trade display outside the metropolitan areas, restaurants, bars, big screen, live country music entertainers, and the NCHA Select Cutting Horse Sale which auctions some of the best bred performance horses in Australia.