Awards Banquet for 2019 Season 

*Make sure to purchase tickets BEFORE January 23, 2020.


NERCHA Membership File 2020



Fall Spectacular September 7th-8th -Reach Huron, Clinton, ON

NOTE: Paid cattle warm ups are on Friday September 6th at 8pm.  

Rules for Sept 2019 08.26.19

September Show Bill 2019 08.21.19

Online Entry Form

Fall Spectacular Entry Fees

Cutting Line Up Sat Sept 7 Special Events


Chicken dinner Saturday- free for exhibitors, $5 for guests.  Email for your ticket to 

Fees and entries for the special events are due August 23rd, 2019.  Please ensure both are sent to secure your spot! 

We are looking forward to having this show at reach in their 200′ ring with fresh cattle.  
There is an appreciation supper being held on Saturday evening of the show.  If you are an exhibitor, this is included in your show fees.  For any additional tickets for supper please email  

NERCHA 4-Event Challenge

For the first time in Ontario, the NERCHA is putting on a 4-Event challenge at the September 7-8 show, with $1000 in added purse money. The NRCHA sanctioned challenge consists of the rider and horse combinations competing in four events: herd work (cutting), reined work (reining pattern), steer stopping (roping), and cow work (fence run) that will run throughout the weekend.

The Details:

-The challenge is open to all breeds of horses at any age, regardless of their show history.

-Horses must be show in a NRCHA legal shanked bridle and must use the same bridle in each event.

-Riders may only compete on one horse in the event.

-Pre-entry is required (stay tuned for further information).

*Reach has made some changes to their ground and has installed trailer plug-ins. We also have the use of a drag, Reach will be also adding sand to help with the condition of the ring for us.

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May18-19 -Ilderton Fairgrounds, Ilderton, ON

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July 13-14 Reach Huron, Clinton, ON

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NERCHA Mission Statement:

Our mission is to promote NRCHA horse shows in Ontario, educate the general membership through lectures, clinics, newsletters, meetings, and seminars, to promote reined cow horse among the youth and to provide special events for members.

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