WNCHA Show 8-9 September 5-6, 2020, Tommy Lee’s, Fallon, NV
Face masks are not mandatory to wear while at the show. However, we will have masks available for any member who wishes to wear one. WNCHA will have gloves available as well for members who wish to use them. WNCHA will have plenty of hand sanitizer for members to use. Any member who uses the flag the hand control will be disinfected after each use in order to keep members safe and follow CDC guidelines.
WNCHA asks anyone who will be attending our upcoming show if you show signs of a fever, sore throat, cough,
shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, chills, muscle pain, or loss of
smell and taste or have come into contact with someone who has COVID-19 we
encourage you to stay home and follow the guidelines placed by the CDC.
By attending WNCHA Show at Tommy Lee’s Feedlot, you acknowledge that you may become in contact with someone who may have COVID-19 and not know it. WNCHA and Tommy Lee’s Feedlot is not to be held liable if this is to occur. We encourage everyone to follow social distancing guidelines whenever possible. Any questions with the above please do not hesitate to ask.
WNCHA Show 8-9 September 5-6, 2020, Tommy Lee’s Fallon, NV
Judge: Jack Hutchings
Arena Director: Kitty Mlakar
Circuit Awards: TBD
Concessions: Café on site.
Jackpot: Each class can be Jackpot
At this time due to CDC Guidelines of social
distancing, All Entries need to be made
by Friday, September 4, 2020, by 7 PM. This
includes both days.
The first four classes must be made by Wednesday, September 2, 2020
Entries need to be made with Patti at or call her at 775-691-6487 we also have our online form which you can access through our website. wncha.com
Classes are $85, except for youth.
$25,000 Novice Non Pro
$5,000 Novice Non Pro
$2,000 Limit Rider
$1,000 Non Pro
Ranch Class Cow horse/Rommel Friendly
No rotating schedule class order is the same for the year.
Classes may be combined due to entry numbers
Click the online entry button
2020 Show Results/Standings
Nevada Cutting Horse Association encourages the development of and public interest in promoting and sponsoring public cutting horse contests; public exhibition of cutting horses in conjunction with cattle and livestock; presenting and participating in cutting horse events and other general livestock exhibitions, shows and expositions; establishing standard rules for cutting horse contests; standardizing selection of equipment, judges and directors or spokesmen for such contests; and encouraging the development and breeding of finer cutting horses.
Our organization does everything necessary, appropriate, or proper to fully implement the objectives and purposes of the association.
For more information about our organization, please contact any of the directors listed on our Contacts page.