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Congratulations to the winners!
(They are shown receiving their scholarship certificates from PCHA board member Coby Summers.)

1st - Brea Collier, combined score of 225,
earning a $1500 scholarship

2nd - Jewel Duval, combined score of 221,
earning a $1000 scholarship

3rd - Brinley Lippincott tied for 3rd with combined scores of 219,
each earning a $250 scholarship.

3rd - Will Akin tied for 3rd with combined scores of 219,
each earning a $250 scholarship.



Congratulations to the winners!

1st - Brea Collier and Weeping Widow with 223.5, earning $1500 scholarship money

2nd - Sterling Decker and CD Smoothie with 218, earning $1000 scholarship money

3rd - Jewel Duval and Short Drive with 216, earning a $500 scholarship

A fundraiser was held during the Oiler Circuit Finals to raise money for the Christmas Angel Tree project. Young cutters McKenzie and Zachary Corvin of Canyon, TX, are shown as they purchased and wrapped Christmas gifts to deliver to a family who recently lost everything in a house fire. McKenzie and Zachary and their parents, Zeb and Melissa Corvin, expressed how grateful they were to get to participate in this project. Thank you to the Oiler Circuit and the Corvin family for helping spread these Christmas blessings!

Youth cutters Creedence and Trystan Crow are shown as they shopped for and wrapped gifts to take to children of prisoners, through the Prison Fellowship Angel Tree ministry. These gifts were also made possible through money raised at the Oiler Circuit Finals fundraiser. Thank you so much to the Crow family for helping bring Christmas cheer to these families!

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Pictured Left to Right: Wyatt Lewis, 3rd place scholarship winner, $500, Emma Grace Rapp, 1st place scholarship winner, $5000, Owen Cogdell, 2nd place scholarship winner, $1000

We had a great turnout for the Scholarship Cutting at Lubbock, TX on September 3, 4, and 5. We had planned to award 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place scholarships of $1500, $1000, and $500. We got an awesome surprise on Friday when Toby and Mary Crow announced that they would be adding $3500 to the 1st place winner, bringing the 1st place award to a total of $5000! The final results were very close, coming down to a 1 point difference between Emma Rapp and Owen Cogdell for 1st and 2nd place, with Emma having a combined score of 227 and Owen having a combined score of 226. Wyatt Lewis took 3rd place with a combined score of 219.5. Thank you to all the Youth competitors and parents, and to Toby and Mary Crow for their support of the scholarship cutting!

1st place Scholarship winner Emma Grace Rapp is pictured with Hershay Kiss, owned by Lori Gale of Conway, SC, as she receives her $5000 scholarship certificate from sponsors Toby and Mary Crow of Dimmitt, TX.

Emma Rapp with PCHA Board members, Left to Right: Josh King, Abraham Calvillo, Coby Summers, Tyler Lewis, Shane Decker, Jeff Decker, President Brad Baxter, and Richard Hicks.

Owen Cogdell with PCHA Board Members

3rd place scholarship winner Wyatt Lewis with PCHA Board members


Panhandle CHA nominee Cash Carpenter was honored at the NCHA Open Futurity Finals as the 2019 Todd Drummond Award winner. Cash is pictured receiving his award with Vice-President Elect Steve Norris, Executive Director Jay Winborn, and President Ron Pietrafeso.
We are so happy and proud for Cash!!

PCHA c/o Cheryl Callis
Box 68
Texline, Tx. 79087
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