NCHA Futurity - Tamworth, NSW

Held at the leading Australian Equine and Livestock Events Centre, the annual NCHA Futurity is second to none in the nation and offers an estimated $700,000 in prize money over the 13 day event.

Featuring open and non pro aged events for three, four and five/six year olds as well as the prestigious Open and Open Non Pro Gold Cup, the NCHA Futurity attracts more than 500 competitors and their horses from all over Australia as well as USA, Canada, New Caledonia and New Zealand.

If you are after your very own top of the line bred cutting horse, come to the NCHA Select Cutting Horse Sale where only the best blood lines in the country and some of the world are showcased for auction.

The Affinity Insurance Rodeo is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat with some very talented cowboys competing for top prize.
 NCHA National Finals/Snafflebit Futurity & Breeders Incentive - Tamworth, NSW
At the end of every point score year the NCHA hold their annual National Finals. Where only the top point scorers for the year were usually invited, this has since been changed and entries are open to all members.
The show features a number of popular events including an Open & Open Non Pro, Snafflebit, $7,500 Non Pro, $15,000 Non Pro, Novice and Youth events.
With the NCHA Futurity well and truly packed, the Snafflebit Futurity for three-year-olds was moved to the National Finals and has become a truly popular event averaging more than 50 entries a year with prize money of $18,000 up for grabs and a very handy little $3,000 incentive for the highest scoring horse purchased from the previous Landmark Sale.
The newly introduced Breeders Incentive show was added to the National Finals schedule in 2014, with the show receiving a warm welcome. The show features two aged events - Derby and Classic - and their non pro categories and is designed to promote the leading sires in the industry. The show prize money is based on nominations from stallions and entries for their
progeny as well as added money from the NCHA. 2014 saw an estimated $50,000 paid out over the four classes.
NCHA Victorian Futurity - Tatura, VIC
With such a large member base in the state of Victoria, it was only natural for the NCHA to take on the running of the Victorian Futurity in 2011, running its first NCHA governed show in Werribee. The show spent its next two years at the illustrious Elmore Events Centre and has since been moved to Tatura Park.
Although the Victorian show is not as large as the Tamworth Futurity, it is NCHA's objective to build it up, with efforts taken to cut costs and ensure entry fees stay achievable.
2013's show paid out an estimated total of $87,000 prize money with 302 entries taken across all events.
2012 saw the introduction of the Ladies Pink Cutting - created as a tribute to the late Deb Elliott and remains an incredibly popular event for the ladies with Deb's daughter Lacy taking out the title in 2013.