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NCHA ANNOUNCES SELECTION FOR THE 2021 NCHA OILER CIRCUIT FINALS
FORT WORTH – The National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) is excited to announce that the Panhandle, Palo Duro, and Big Country Cutting Horse Associations were selected to produce the 2021 NCHA Oiler Circuit Finals. The Oiler Circuit Finals is scheduled for October 15-17 at the Nolan County Fairgrounds in Sweetwater, Texas.
The Panhandle, Palo Duro, and Big Country associations have all agreed that they are going to make this the best show ever for their members.
The NCHA Oiler Circuit Finals will invite the top 30 competitors from the Oiler Circuit to compete this fall in each of the NCHA weekend classes. For the 2021 event, all youth members who have designated the Oiler Circuit for this point year will be allowed to enter regardless of their place in the year-end standings.
“All three of these affiliates have done an excellent job producing shows across all levels,” said Jay Winborn, NCHA executive director. “With Big Country and Palo Duro’s successes in the weekend realm and Panhandle’s experience in premier events, I have no doubt this is going to be a great event.”
For additional information on the National Circuit Program
and the most up to date circuit standings, visit
Congratulations to our sister club,
Palo Duro CHA,
on being named the 2020 NCHA Affiliate of the Year runner up.
Lisa Reese of Millsap, TX won our buckle class 9/5/20 riding Mo Metallic. She is shown with her trainer, Kristi Johns, receiving her buckle from PCHA board member Tyler Lewis. Congratulations, Lisa!
Jason Fenton won the Buckle class on August 1, riding Desde El Comienzo, owned by Josh and Amy King. He is shown receiving his buckle from PCHA Awards Chairman Sherryl Courson. Jason is getting ready to leave on a trip for the mission field and had told his friends, the King family, that he would like to win a buckle before he had to leave, so they entered him up on warhorse Desde El Comienzo (aka Jake From State Farm). Thanks to Jason and the King family for coming to our shows and helping promote cutting!
Jessica Floyd marked a 216 on her horse Smooth Lil Kit Kat
to claim The Bonanza Cutting 5/6 50K Amateur Championship.
Courtney Hurt of Canyon, TX
won the January 2020 Buckle Class riding Cat Larapin.
Palo Duro CHA & Panhandle CHA are once again
joining together to offer saddles in all classes.
You must show in 60% of all shows produced by Palo Duro CHA & 60% of all shows produced by Panhandle CHA.
PCHA dates can be found here. Palo Duro dates are located at palodurocha.com
If you would like to help out as a sponsor for the saddles,
Lee Ann & Cheryl will be happy to accept your donation in any amount.
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