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With the annual NCHA Cutting Futurity attracting more than 500 competitors and paying out over $700,000 in cash and prizes over the duration of the event, it is not hard to believe it is the biggest and richest indoor sporting horse event in the Southern Hemisphere.
Coming from humble beginnings at the Moonbi showgrounds and offering up a prize purse of $10,000 1974 marked the beginning of the first official cutting Futurity, run over 3 days and exhibiting 25 keen competitors.
45 years later the prestigious event is hosted in the Country Music Capital of Tamworth, NSW and is one the biggest draw cards in the region, bringing in an estimated $2.3 million to the local economy each year. The Futurity attracts on average 15,000 spectators throughout the 14 day program, not only from all parts of Australia, but also worldwide.
The event is housed at the spectacular $38 million dollar Australian Equine, Livestock & Events Centre (AELEC) and offers 59 premium indoor trade sites, along with approximately 600 stables and 191 powered campsites, with plenty of room for non-powered camping.
|Dedicated to serving each of our 6,000 members, the Association provides programs, incentives, and beneficial services to everyone involved with the Australian Quarter Horse. The registry contains over 179,000 registered Quarter Horses. We will continue to further extend the range of the Association to cover all expanses of the Quarter Horse industry. To find out more about AQHA or the Quarter Horse, visit us at our office located opposite the Australian Equine Livestock & Events Centre in Tamworth or head to the website www.aqha.com.au or call 02 6762 6444.|
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