2018 Season Wrap-Up
A big thank you to everyone that attended the AGM and Awards BBQ this past weekend. Thank you to all that made it a huge success. The weather threatened a little but turned out to be a wonderful evening.
President: Lee Poncelet
Vice President: Jerry Rath
Treasurer: Kevin Bennett
Secretary: Carol Schepp
Directors: Jim Rhodes, Tom Danyk, Sandra Rhodes, Lynne Lucas
It was voted to change the Cut for the Cure to Cut for Charity, once a weekend is designated we will go to the membership to vote on a charity to support for the event. More details to come.
Class Cost has been increased to a minimum of $75 per class depending on cattle cost, it may need to increase to be able to host a show.
Class Order for Sunday will again be reversed by herd only. Nothing has changed.
Here are the dates for 2019, once we can secure more cattle we will keep you advised of additions.
We welcome your comments and input, especially if you have comments or suggestions on the Awards, it would be helpful for organizing next year.
Thank you once again to all our fantastic sponsors!! I hope everyone takes the time to thank and support all these wonderful people and organizations that make our cutting year possible by providing fabulous awards for us all to strive for
Grassroots Cutting at its Finest
Introduction to the ICHA
In 1984 an enthusiastic group of individuals decided to form the Interior Cutting Horse Association. It was based on the Shasta Cutting Horse Association of California and the priority of the association was for the beginner and novice horse & rider.
Today our goal is to keep the interest and enjoyment in the sport of cutting going with consideration to the economic level at which our members can still participate in this challenging and exhilarating sport. In addition, we maintain the priority to encourage new membership for beginners, novice horses and novice riders to the sport. Our classes have been created to provide attainable goals for beginners to advanced members, with the consideration of allowing horse and rider as partners to progress to a more challenging level each year if the so choose. We also offer youth classes for our family members.
Our shows are usually two day events and our goal is to provide fresh cattle for ALL classes. The order of classes are drawn each the 1st day and the class order reversed for the 2nd day. The order of go in each class is drawn each day. We provide qualified judges for the benefit of our members to receive realistic and fair scores that are accumulated for year end awards. We are very fortunate to have a good group of turnback and corner help that attend each show. Our club has a fun bunch of members and social coordinators that always ensure the organization of a pot luck supper or appetizer hour and the end of the Saturday show day. This event allows the member's time to visit, socialize and get to know each other.
We wish you the best of luck in attaining your goals.
- Dr. David & Rebecca Ciriani
- Probyn Motors Inc.
- Paton & Martin Veterinary Services Ltd. & Grindrod Feed Store
- Vision Quest Advisors
- Zappone Aggregate Processors
- Armstrong Vet Clinic & Stefan Schwieger
- Ed Hurd
- RV Doctor - AJ Rosseel
- Kamloops Large Animal Veterinary Clinic
- Troy Fischer Silverworks
- Dr. Dale and Marilyn Henry