NRHA Futurity First entry payment due Feb. 1
Oklahoma City, Okla., January 19, 2015 – The 2015 NRHA Futurity is scheduled to take place Nov. 27 – Dec. 5, 2015, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Exhibitors planning to attend this pinnacle event to vie for an estimated total cash purse and prizes of more than $2 million must send the first of five payments to NRHA with a postmarked date no later than Feb. 1, 2015, to avoid late fees.
Payments for the 2015 Futurity are due Feb. 1, April 1, June 1, Aug. 1 and Oct. 1. In a concerted effort to make payment deadlines more accommodating for owners and competitors, NRHA’s Board of Directors voted to adjust the payment schedule from six payments to five throughout the calendar year. Streamlining the payment schedule in this format greatly reduced the stress of meeting the old deadline, and removed the fear of sending late payments due to the busy holiday season.
Owners and exhibitors are encouraged to visit nrhafuturity.com/forms.php now to download and view the complete 2015 Futurity Payment Guidelines, 2015 Futurity Conditions and the 2015 Futurity Entry Form. Competitors and owners can also select to have one time or installments automatically drafted from credit cards by downloading the easy-to-follow credit card form as well.
Not only is the NRHA Futurity one of the world’s most sought after western competitions by spectators and competitors alike, NRHA is also proud to celebrate the 50th running of this spectacular event this November! The world’s best reining horses and competitors come to Oklahoma City to compete for an estimated total purse and cash prizes of more than $2 million.
Spectators are encouraged to start making plans now to come of Oklahoma City to watch the thrilling action and witness who will take home a check worth $150,000 in the Level 4 Open and the title of NRHA Open Futurity Champion!
Competitors and owners are strongly encouraged to mark February 1 on their calendar to not miss this extremely important first of five payment deadlines.
Incorporated in 1966, the National Reining Horse Association is the standard-setting body for the sport of Reining. NRHA, with their International Headquarters in Oklahoma City, is responsible for promoting the sport of Reining and working to ensure the highest standards of competition. To learn more about the NRHA, its programs and family of corporate partners, visit nrha.com.
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