LINK: NCHA Rule 35C: Conduct By and Between Members The NCHA expects all members to conduct themselves with proper decorum at all NCHA events. The following activities are strictly prohibited. READ MORE
A competitor must show a minimum of five (5) times to be eligible for any year end awards. Points are awarded based on the CCHA point system. At BCCHA shows there must be at least 2 entries in a class to make the class run. At CCHA and NCHA shows there must be three entrants to make the class run. When two or more fresh cattle regular classes are combined on the first day of a two day cutting, the order will be reversed on the second show day. Jackpot and used cattle classes will always follow the fresh cattle classes and regular classes.
MEMBERSHIPS - Riders and Owners must have memberships for each approving Affiliate; BCCHA, CCHA and NCHA. ALL BCCHA Members must be Horse Council BC members, unless they have insurance through their own province, state or affiliate association!!
For our 3 JACKPOT CLASSES we use the following rules:
$750 PROGRESSIVE HORSE - Any rider, horse has less than $750 in any cutting events, one handed class, rider can stop horse on ends, no training aids, all other judging rules apply.
$750 PROGRESSIVE RIDER - Rider has earned less than $750 in any cutting events, can ride any horse, one handed class, no training aids, all judging rules apply.
NERVOUS NOVICE RIDER - Rider and horse have earned less than $200 lifetime in cutting, ride two handed or one, no training aids.
CLASS ELIGIBILITY - Earnings are checked for Rider/Owner and Horses from BCCHA, CCHA and NCHA databases. Aged Event earning are not included in $ eligibilities.