Canadian Cutting Horse Association
The Canadian Cutting Horse Association champions and embraces the values of the west and ranching heritage by promoting the cutting horse through ethical, fair, and competitive horsemanship. The CCHA honours the rich history of cutting in Canada and preserves this legacy by advocating for growth, education, and financial sustainability while exposing the sport of cutting to a broad audience.
2020-21 standings have been posted as of Aug 10
If you do not have a current membership your points will not count toward year end standings. Please contact the office to renew your membership
CCHA 2020 Game Plan!
Due to Covid 19 and the uncertainty of the 2020 show season the CCHA board has come up with a plan of action.
The CCHA will allow points (as defined by the CCHA) earned during weekend events for the show season of 2020 be carried over to the 2021 show season for the year end awards in that year. All participants would still need to meet eligibility rules for each class as defined by the NCHA.”
As an example a participant in the 2000 Limit Rider could take all CCHA points earned during the 2020 show season over into the 2021 show season provided that that participant was still eligible to show in that same class based on NCHA rules. Remember this motion is only for CCHA points not dollars.
Reminder! You must have a current CCHA Membership for your points to count toward year end awards.
New for 2019
CCHA Dave Robson Award
In honor and appreciation of Dave Robson’s long-time support of the Canadian Cutting Horse Association, we would like to announce a “CCHA Dave Robson Novice rider class” in Dave Robson’s name. The intention of this class and award is to benefit the “Novice Cutter” and promote growth to our sport while paying tribute to Dave Robson.
The CCHA will donate a bronze to each Affiliate to be awarded to the Champion of their chosen novice class(s) The details will be up to each affiliate so watch show entry info for more info.