he National Circuit Program has 12 circuits where cutters compete for points at every weekend competition approved by NCHA. The points will be tracked by NCHA and used for circuit standings and circuit finals qualifications. At the end of the circuit point year, all 12 circuits will host their NCHA Circuit Finals where the top 30 in each class will be invited to compete.
This program allows for cutters of all experience levels to compete for NCHA titles.
Championship Weekend Shows will now provide two ways to earn recognition:
1. Points towards circuit standings
2. Money towards world standings
The National Circuit Program does not change the current World Finals structure; competitors can work towards both simultaneously.
I am honoured and excited to be the British Columbia Cutting Horse Associations President for 2021.
I am also working with a dynamic team of enthusiastic Directors who bring a tremendous amount of knowledge and experience to the table.
With that, it gives me great pleasure to introduce your new BOD
Vice-President: Amanda Fill
BC CUTTING HORSE