For our 2022 Graduating Seniors:
We are happy to be able to offer scholarship funds to assist you with your post-high school education. Funds are awarded through The Opportunity Plan, Inc. on a per semester basis. To apply, please fill out the attached PCHA Scholarship Application and return to Lee Ann Bates, email@example.com.
Our first Never Won a Buckle class winner for 2022 is Koby Kile, who rode JQH Metal Princess, owned by Skip Jones.
He is pictured receiving his buckle from PCHA Awards Chairman Sherryl Courson. Congratulations Koby!
Unlimited Amateur Class:
For the January 15-16, 2022 show in Amarillo, the new NCHA-approved Weekend Unlimited Amateur class will be held in the following format:
- 3rd class of the day (following NCHA Open and Non Pro)
- Fresh cattle
- $400 added purse
- $120 Entry Fee
- $120 Cattle Charge
- $41 office charge
- $6 video charge
- $3 National Circuit Finals fee
- Sr World Tour also offered for Unlimited Am class
- There must be 3 entries in order to have a class
There are several options available for the format of this new class. This is how it will be run at the January show, but we can make changes for future shows if needed. Amateurs, we will need your feedback at the January show, please.
- Hold an Amateur card
- NOT a Riders Hall of Fame member
- Open to anyone age 60 and over, regardless of earnings
- Open to anyone under age 60 who has NOT WON MORE THAN $250,000 in weekend Non Pro money or LAE Non Pro classes
To determine your eligibility, click on https://www.nchacutting.com/ncha-shows/secretary-tools/rider-eligibility and type in your name. It will tell you Yes (Y) or No (N) regarding eligibility for each class.
Show Schedule Has Been Posted.
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Tri-State Fairgrounds Still Requiring Special Check-In Procedures
Saddles will be given for 1st place in each class. You must attend 60% of Panhandle CHA shows to qualify for year-end awards.
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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HOST HOTEL: Comfort Inn & Suites, 2101 I-40 East, Amarillo, TX (806)
Ask for Angelica for help with reservations.