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Chandal Huber 306-315-0476 or
Entries are due before 9pm on the Monday prior to the show.
Late fee will be set at $30 per entry per day & late entry will go to bottom of draw.
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Monday, June 8th, 2015
To our SRCHA members and fellow cow horse enthusiasts,

As we all know our 2015 show-schedule has taken a major hit due to the high cost of cattle and the reality of the lack of availability of cattle to use at our shows in general.

Your board of directors has been working hard to find a way to rectify this problem while keeping both showing at our shows and hosting one of our shows affordable for everyone. The reality is that we have to pay a LOT more for cattle this summer than we have ever had to before. We have no idea how long this increased cost will last, but the reality is, that as long as cattle are worth what they are currently worth, that people renting cattle for recreational use, like we do, are going to have to pay a lot more.

The solution that we are proposing going forward is to add an extra fee onto our regular entry fee as a “cattle surcharge”. This fee will cover the added cost of cattle for each particular show on an individual basis. Because of the fact that based on location and cattle supplier, the cost of cattle & trucking varies greatly between our different shows, this number will fluctuate to cover the added costs of cattle & trucking that each particular show-host is actually paying, and will only be used to cover the added cost of cattle & trucking alone. The intent of the surcharge is to cover the cattle costs ABOVE what is already accounted for in the regular entry fees...



BOONS SMART N DRY ridden by Connor Wonko

The Farrow Family

Jaret Farrow

2014 winners
photos © Dare to Dream Photography

The Saskatchewan Reined Cow Horse Association, with the generous sponsorship of Vetoquinol, was proud to introduce two very exclusive &elite year-end awards in 2011. These two beautiful perpetual travelling bronze awards have become an on-going record of the Vetoquinol SRCHA Horse of the Year and the Vetoquinol SRCHA Most Sportsmanlike awards. Each trophy has the winner’s name engraved on a brass name plate, mounted on the trophy base each year &the winners keep the actual bronze trophy for one year at which time they receive a commemorative plaque from the SRCHA and the trophy will be presented to the award winner for the next year.

The voting for these two distinctive awards is made by SRCHA members themselves making the awards very special indeed. To be eligible for either the horse of the year award or the sportsmanlike award, horses or members need to attend at least half of the shows in the current show season and this is also the criteria used to decide eligible voters as well, so that the people most familiar with what actually happened at the shows were the ones making these very important decisions. Nominations close at the end of the last regular jackpot show of the season and voting is completed and awards presented at our year-end finals futurity &derby show where both the horse and riders are recognized for their contributions &performance throughout the year.

In making the decision to nominate or vote for HORSE OF THE YEAR award, the SRCHA encourages nominations of horses that personify a willing attitude and natural cow sense, and that make an athletic consistent team with their rider(s); therefore, it does not need to necessarily be the most successful in the show pen. In 2014 the horses nominated for the SRCHA Horse of the Year Award were:
                CD Fancy King
                Majors Smoke Signal
                BH Continental
                BR Starlit Nic
                Boons Smart N Dry
                Duchess Perfect Image

For the SPORTSMANLIKE award, the SRCHA encourages the nomination of persons who are consistently courteous and supportive of their fellow competitors and show personnel, and who encourage and promote the sport of Reined Cow Horse. 2014 SRCHA Sportsmanlike Awards nominations were as follows:
                Ron & Marilee Farrow & Family
                Taylor Douglas
                Barry Clemens
                Ron Farrow
                Willie Thompson
                Jody Eyolfson
                Sandi Marchant
                Delphine Asplind
                Blair Marchant

With the fantastic participation in our youth classes in the last number of years we are also including an award specifically for our youth riders, the MOST IMPROVED YOUTH award. We have a number of dedicated youth members who work hard at &between every show to improve their performance every time they show and we’d like to recognize them for their efforts. 2014 SRCHA Most Improved Youth nominations for 2014 were:
                Jeret Farrow
                Taylor Farrow
                Connor Wonko

The 2014 Horse of the Year award was presented to BOONS SMART N DRY, 5 year old roan QH gelding, who has been shown &trained by youth rider Connor Wonko. Connor, as a youth rider, showed this horse all season in the OPEN Snaffle bit/Hackamore class and has also done the training on his horse on his own. Our most sportsmanlike award this year had a bit of a change from our norm &was presented to a group of people rather than an individual. Ron &Marilee Farrow and their family, Kody, Jeret &Taylor were the very worthy recipients in 2014. The Farrow family are not only all always there encouraging all their fellow competitors in the arena, but are also always busy behind the scenes at the shows and in between as well helping to keep the association running smoothly. Ron &Marilee this past year have taken care of a lot of the details to keep many of the shows running efficiently and the kids keep busy helping in the barns &stalls, always pleasant &willing to lend a hand when asked and are often left on their own to get themselves and their horses ready for the show pen when their parents are too busy doing behind the scenes work for the club.

The SRCHA 2014 Most Improved Youth award also went to Jeret Farrow. Jeret had a big year this year, not only moving up into the SR youth class for the first time, but he also started with a new &younger horse and they ended up making a great team and having a very good year together. Thank-you once again to Vetoquinol for sponsoring the wonderful bronze trophies that are used for these prestigious awards in our association.


    SRCHA Horse of the Year Award
    2011 – Smokin Frizz (Ron Farrow)
    2012 – Spooks Delta Dude (Noreen Fenske)
    2013 – Majors Pic A Nic (Barry &Brenda Clemens)

    SRCHA Most Sportsmanlike Award
    2011 – Jessica Wruck
    2012 – Roger Johnson
    2013 – Bryan Birkett

    SRCHA Most Improved Youth
    2013 – Kody Farrow

Thank-you once again to Vetoquinol for sponsoring the wonderful bronze trophies that are used for these prestigious awards in our association.


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