POT OF GOLD BRINGS NEW LOOK TO SCHEDULE!
Please note that there is a change of show days for RANCH RIDING, OPEN BRIDLE, and OPEN HACKAMORE classes! OPEN BRIDLE and OPEN HACKAMORE will run FRIDAY after the herd work classes. RANCH RIDING will take place on SATURDAY during the OPEN BOXING class. Please note that there will be a 30 minute lunch break on FRIDAY between the OPEN BRIDLE and OPEN HACKAMORE classes.
A New Look for the scrcha
A new year equals a new look for the SCRCHA classes! All SCRCHA classes will run under NRCHA concurrently unless otherwise noted. This new format is in an effort to help our non-pros and those looking to qualify for the NRCHA World Show. There are no changes to year end SCRCHA awards, however the BOD streamlined the class offerings. SCRCHA (Club Classes) will now be offered in conjunction with NRCHA classes. That means you will no longer have to pay the SCRCHA entry fee, but you will still be eligible for year-end awards (provided you meet the qualifications). For most members that enter both NRCHA and SCRCHA classes this will save them on average $100 per block entry and it will also increase the amount of points earned. Throughout the year, we will monitor this new format and look for input from our members. We look forward to seeing everyone at the first show in January!
Congratulations to our SCRCHA Champions!
Thank you Allison Dedden for the photos.
SCRCHA KNOWS HOW TO HAVE A GOOD TIME...
"Preserving a California Tradition"
The SCRCHA, an affiliate of NRCHA, is an organization of people passionate about their horses and the reined cow horse discipline.
The SCRCHA holds an average of eight events per year, including the Jimmy Flores, Sr. Memorial Derby. All of our events are held at various facilities in the Temecula area. SCRCHA is a dedicated and friendly organization of people that are welcoming and open to new participants. Come out and watch a show and talk with our many members. We hope to see you soon!
Alex Haden (714) 878-9385 email@example.com
important drug testing information
New rules are now in effect for drug testing at equine events. Exhibitors, please take the time to review the following documents from the Equine Medication Monitoring Program (EMMP):