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JULY 2017 THE RIDER /13


this year. And a big thank you to our sponsors: J.P. Gravel, HFH - Home For Hearts, 860 Dental, Noreen Whyte, Van Boekel Hog Farms, Don- aldson Ranch, Andrea McDonald, Reed Farm, and Schade Equestrian.


Ontario Cutting Horse Association Visit us at: www.ontariocuttinghorseassociation.com


Executive Directors: President


Vice-President


Kathy Armstrong 416-931-0204 kathyaarmstrong@hotmail.com Scott Reed


Treasurer/Show Sec. Juanita MacKay 519-753-1565 Secretary


Anne Lorimer


Eric VanBoekel 519-879-6699 Michelle Waters 519-209-6969


Directors: Troy Donaldson 519-443-7263 Jim MacKay Lisa Minshall Scott Reed


519-753-1565 519-855-6602 519-443-6639


905-864-5312 scott_reed_farm@hotmail.com 905-542-2796 aa.lorimer@sympatico.ca


Ernie Wilson Noreen Whyte


minshall_farms@icloud.com scott_reed_farm@hotmail.com


melafontaine@gmail.com Kathy Armstrong 416-931-0204 kathyaarmstrong@hotmail.com


Newsletter: Noreen Whyte


OCHA News July 2017


2017 Show Schedule August 12 & 13 - Stelzl Farm, Aylmer, ON September 9 & 10 - Russell Fair, Russell, ON September 23 & 24 - Minshall Farm, Hillsburgh, ON


Spectators are welcome, as


are new cutters, who are encour- aged to come try our Ranch Cut- ting class! Those interested are welcome to contact OCHA Vice President Scott Reed.


High Point Award Winners Congratulations to all our


members who have won an aggre- gate high point class award so far


$2 000 Limit Rider - James Cook riding Dual Peps Tom Cat Photo provided by Anne Lorimer


Please direct mail to our treasurer: Juanita MacKay


304 Conklin Road, R.R. #2, Brantford, Ontario N3T 5L5


519-855-6960 519-443-8435


NCHA Area 21 Director Lisa Minshall


519-855-6602 519-443-8435


kelsolook@gmail.com weavencut@kwic.com


minshall_farms@icloud.com weavencut@kwic.com


Updates from the 2017 NCHA


Conference in Texas


Competition Committee - NCHA is forming a new committee with represen- tation from Limited Aged Events and Weekend Shows to receive and as- sess all competition re- lated matters.


New Unlimited Amateur Class - at Limited Aged Events, an unlimited ama- teur class will be offered on a trial basis for riders who have won over $50 000 but are still consid- ered amateurs according to the NCHA definition.


For more details


about the changes and up- dates from the NCHA conference, please contact OCHA Regional Director Eric VanBoekel.


$1 000 Amateur - James Cook riding Dual Peps Tom Cat. Photo provided by Laurie Reed


Visit our website at: www.ontariocuttinghorseassociation.com


Good Things Come in Threes for VanBoekel at the NCHA NonPro in Oklahoma


Ontario Cutting


$35 000 Non Pro - Karen Hudon riding Little Zack Lena Photo provided by Anne Lorimer


Horse Association Direc- tor Eric VanBoekel placed not once, but three times at the NCHA Non- Pro in Oklahoma. Van- Boekel tied for third in the 4 Year Old Unlimited Amateur on Ichis Ice Man, and placed 5th and 14th in the 5/6 Year Old Unlimited Amateur on Peppys Cashin Checks and Time For Desire.


$25 000 Novice Horse Non Pro - John Martin


riding Ray Too Smart. Photo provided by Laurie Reed


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