2009 NCHA Area 6 Show results | TSLN.com

2009 NCHA Area 6 Show results

Courtesy photoGrace and Faith Correll of Tryon, NE getting a little help from their father Terry before entering the Youth Class.

Although the skies were uncooperative, the spirit of competition wasn’t dampened by the unseasonably cold weather during the National Cutting Horse Association’s (NCHA) annual Area 6 competition, held at the South Dakota State Fairgrounds in Huron on June 6-7. A large turnout of 173 entries on Saturday and 143 on Sunday ensured strong competition between the cutters from the three state associations that make up NCHA’s Area 6: Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota.

The show also drew many competitors from others states including Nebraska, Missouri and Texas. The South Dakota Cutting Horse Association (SDCHA), who hosted this year’s competition, was very pleased with the number of participants and sponsored a pot-luck dinner on Saturday night.

A fundraiser to benefit the American Cancer Society was also held during the weekend. Youth scholarships of $250 each were won by Kaylea Simons and Ryan Lind. The NCHA awarded a bronze statue for the winner of the $2,000 Limited Rider series to Jill Daniel of Nebraska. A Dennis Moreland Certificate was won by Roger Jensen.

To add a little excitement and state pride to the cutting competition, an unofficial challenge was added to see which state association won the most points – turned out to be South Dakota.

The first and second place winners (listed by horse, rider, owner and score) in each class were as follows:

Although the skies were uncooperative, the spirit of competition wasn’t dampened by the unseasonably cold weather during the National Cutting Horse Association’s (NCHA) annual Area 6 competition, held at the South Dakota State Fairgrounds in Huron on June 6-7. A large turnout of 173 entries on Saturday and 143 on Sunday ensured strong competition between the cutters from the three state associations that make up NCHA’s Area 6: Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota.

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The show also drew many competitors from others states including Nebraska, Missouri and Texas. The South Dakota Cutting Horse Association (SDCHA), who hosted this year’s competition, was very pleased with the number of participants and sponsored a pot-luck dinner on Saturday night.

A fundraiser to benefit the American Cancer Society was also held during the weekend. Youth scholarships of $250 each were won by Kaylea Simons and Ryan Lind. The NCHA awarded a bronze statue for the winner of the $2,000 Limited Rider series to Jill Daniel of Nebraska. A Dennis Moreland Certificate was won by Roger Jensen.

To add a little excitement and state pride to the cutting competition, an unofficial challenge was added to see which state association won the most points – turned out to be South Dakota.

The first and second place winners (listed by horse, rider, owner and score) in each class were as follows:

Although the skies were uncooperative, the spirit of competition wasn’t dampened by the unseasonably cold weather during the National Cutting Horse Association’s (NCHA) annual Area 6 competition, held at the South Dakota State Fairgrounds in Huron on June 6-7. A large turnout of 173 entries on Saturday and 143 on Sunday ensured strong competition between the cutters from the three state associations that make up NCHA’s Area 6: Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota.

The show also drew many competitors from others states including Nebraska, Missouri and Texas. The South Dakota Cutting Horse Association (SDCHA), who hosted this year’s competition, was very pleased with the number of participants and sponsored a pot-luck dinner on Saturday night.

A fundraiser to benefit the American Cancer Society was also held during the weekend. Youth scholarships of $250 each were won by Kaylea Simons and Ryan Lind. The NCHA awarded a bronze statue for the winner of the $2,000 Limited Rider series to Jill Daniel of Nebraska. A Dennis Moreland Certificate was won by Roger Jensen.

To add a little excitement and state pride to the cutting competition, an unofficial challenge was added to see which state association won the most points – turned out to be South Dakota.

The first and second place winners (listed by horse, rider, owner and score) in each class were as follows:

Although the skies were uncooperative, the spirit of competition wasn’t dampened by the unseasonably cold weather during the National Cutting Horse Association’s (NCHA) annual Area 6 competition, held at the South Dakota State Fairgrounds in Huron on June 6-7. A large turnout of 173 entries on Saturday and 143 on Sunday ensured strong competition between the cutters from the three state associations that make up NCHA’s Area 6: Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota.

The show also drew many competitors from others states including Nebraska, Missouri and Texas. The South Dakota Cutting Horse Association (SDCHA), who hosted this year’s competition, was very pleased with the number of participants and sponsored a pot-luck dinner on Saturday night.

A fundraiser to benefit the American Cancer Society was also held during the weekend. Youth scholarships of $250 each were won by Kaylea Simons and Ryan Lind. The NCHA awarded a bronze statue for the winner of the $2,000 Limited Rider series to Jill Daniel of Nebraska. A Dennis Moreland Certificate was won by Roger Jensen.

To add a little excitement and state pride to the cutting competition, an unofficial challenge was added to see which state association won the most points – turned out to be South Dakota.

The first and second place winners (listed by horse, rider, owner and score) in each class were as follows:

Although the skies were uncooperative, the spirit of competition wasn’t dampened by the unseasonably cold weather during the National Cutting Horse Association’s (NCHA) annual Area 6 competition, held at the South Dakota State Fairgrounds in Huron on June 6-7. A large turnout of 173 entries on Saturday and 143 on Sunday ensured strong competition between the cutters from the three state associations that make up NCHA’s Area 6: Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota.

The show also drew many competitors from others states including Nebraska, Missouri and Texas. The South Dakota Cutting Horse Association (SDCHA), who hosted this year’s competition, was very pleased with the number of participants and sponsored a pot-luck dinner on Saturday night.

A fundraiser to benefit the American Cancer Society was also held during the weekend. Youth scholarships of $250 each were won by Kaylea Simons and Ryan Lind. The NCHA awarded a bronze statue for the winner of the $2,000 Limited Rider series to Jill Daniel of Nebraska. A Dennis Moreland Certificate was won by Roger Jensen.

To add a little excitement and state pride to the cutting competition, an unofficial challenge was added to see which state association won the most points – turned out to be South Dakota.

The first and second place winners (listed by horse, rider, owner and score) in each class were as follows:

Although the skies were uncooperative, the spirit of competition wasn’t dampened by the unseasonably cold weather during the National Cutting Horse Association’s (NCHA) annual Area 6 competition, held at the South Dakota State Fairgrounds in Huron on June 6-7. A large turnout of 173 entries on Saturday and 143 on Sunday ensured strong competition between the cutters from the three state associations that make up NCHA’s Area 6: Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota.

The show also drew many competitors from others states including Nebraska, Missouri and Texas. The South Dakota Cutting Horse Association (SDCHA), who hosted this year’s competition, was very pleased with the number of participants and sponsored a pot-luck dinner on Saturday night.

A fundraiser to benefit the American Cancer Society was also held during the weekend. Youth scholarships of $250 each were won by Kaylea Simons and Ryan Lind. The NCHA awarded a bronze statue for the winner of the $2,000 Limited Rider series to Jill Daniel of Nebraska. A Dennis Moreland Certificate was won by Roger Jensen.

To add a little excitement and state pride to the cutting competition, an unofficial challenge was added to see which state association won the most points – turned out to be South Dakota.

The first and second place winners (listed by horse, rider, owner and score) in each class were as follows:

Although the skies were uncooperative, the spirit of competition wasn’t dampened by the unseasonably cold weather during the National Cutting Horse Association’s (NCHA) annual Area 6 competition, held at the South Dakota State Fairgrounds in Huron on June 6-7. A large turnout of 173 entries on Saturday and 143 on Sunday ensured strong competition between the cutters from the three state associations that make up NCHA’s Area 6: Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota.

The show also drew many competitors from others states including Nebraska, Missouri and Texas. The South Dakota Cutting Horse Association (SDCHA), who hosted this year’s competition, was very pleased with the number of participants and sponsored a pot-luck dinner on Saturday night.

A fundraiser to benefit the American Cancer Society was also held during the weekend. Youth scholarships of $250 each were won by Kaylea Simons and Ryan Lind. The NCHA awarded a bronze statue for the winner of the $2,000 Limited Rider series to Jill Daniel of Nebraska. A Dennis Moreland Certificate was won by Roger Jensen.

To add a little excitement and state pride to the cutting competition, an unofficial challenge was added to see which state association won the most points – turned out to be South Dakota.

The first and second place winners (listed by horse, rider, owner and score) in each class were as follows:

Although the skies were uncooperative, the spirit of competition wasn’t dampened by the unseasonably cold weather during the National Cutting Horse Association’s (NCHA) annual Area 6 competition, held at the South Dakota State Fairgrounds in Huron on June 6-7. A large turnout of 173 entries on Saturday and 143 on Sunday ensured strong competition between the cutters from the three state associations that make up NCHA’s Area 6: Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota.

The show also drew many competitors from others states including Nebraska, Missouri and Texas. The South Dakota Cutting Horse Association (SDCHA), who hosted this year’s competition, was very pleased with the number of participants and sponsored a pot-luck dinner on Saturday night.

A fundraiser to benefit the American Cancer Society was also held during the weekend. Youth scholarships of $250 each were won by Kaylea Simons and Ryan Lind. The NCHA awarded a bronze statue for the winner of the $2,000 Limited Rider series to Jill Daniel of Nebraska. A Dennis Moreland Certificate was won by Roger Jensen.

To add a little excitement and state pride to the cutting competition, an unofficial challenge was added to see which state association won the most points – turned out to be South Dakota.

The first and second place winners (listed by horse, rider, owner and score) in each class were as follows:

Although the skies were uncooperative, the spirit of competition wasn’t dampened by the unseasonably cold weather during the National Cutting Horse Association’s (NCHA) annual Area 6 competition, held at the South Dakota State Fairgrounds in Huron on June 6-7. A large turnout of 173 entries on Saturday and 143 on Sunday ensured strong competition between the cutters from the three state associations that make up NCHA’s Area 6: Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota.

The show also drew many competitors from others states including Nebraska, Missouri and Texas. The South Dakota Cutting Horse Association (SDCHA), who hosted this year’s competition, was very pleased with the number of participants and sponsored a pot-luck dinner on Saturday night.

A fundraiser to benefit the American Cancer Society was also held during the weekend. Youth scholarships of $250 each were won by Kaylea Simons and Ryan Lind. The NCHA awarded a bronze statue for the winner of the $2,000 Limited Rider series to Jill Daniel of Nebraska. A Dennis Moreland Certificate was won by Roger Jensen.

To add a little excitement and state pride to the cutting competition, an unofficial challenge was added to see which state association won the most points – turned out to be South Dakota.

The first and second place winners (listed by horse, rider, owner and score) in each class were as follows:

Although the skies were uncooperative, the spirit of competition wasn’t dampened by the unseasonably cold weather during the National Cutting Horse Association’s (NCHA) annual Area 6 competition, held at the South Dakota State Fairgrounds in Huron on June 6-7. A large turnout of 173 entries on Saturday and 143 on Sunday ensured strong competition between the cutters from the three state associations that make up NCHA’s Area 6: Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota.

The show also drew many competitors from others states including Nebraska, Missouri and Texas. The South Dakota Cutting Horse Association (SDCHA), who hosted this year’s competition, was very pleased with the number of participants and sponsored a pot-luck dinner on Saturday night.

A fundraiser to benefit the American Cancer Society was also held during the weekend. Youth scholarships of $250 each were won by Kaylea Simons and Ryan Lind. The NCHA awarded a bronze statue for the winner of the $2,000 Limited Rider series to Jill Daniel of Nebraska. A Dennis Moreland Certificate was won by Roger Jensen.

To add a little excitement and state pride to the cutting competition, an unofficial challenge was added to see which state association won the most points – turned out to be South Dakota.

The first and second place winners (listed by horse, rider, owner and score) in each class were as follows:

Although the skies were uncooperative, the spirit of competition wasn’t dampened by the unseasonably cold weather during the National Cutting Horse Association’s (NCHA) annual Area 6 competition, held at the South Dakota State Fairgrounds in Huron on June 6-7. A large turnout of 173 entries on Saturday and 143 on Sunday ensured strong competition between the cutters from the three state associations that make up NCHA’s Area 6: Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota.

The show also drew many competitors from others states including Nebraska, Missouri and Texas. The South Dakota Cutting Horse Association (SDCHA), who hosted this year’s competition, was very pleased with the number of participants and sponsored a pot-luck dinner on Saturday night.

A fundraiser to benefit the American Cancer Society was also held during the weekend. Youth scholarships of $250 each were won by Kaylea Simons and Ryan Lind. The NCHA awarded a bronze statue for the winner of the $2,000 Limited Rider series to Jill Daniel of Nebraska. A Dennis Moreland Certificate was won by Roger Jensen.

To add a little excitement and state pride to the cutting competition, an unofficial challenge was added to see which state association won the most points – turned out to be South Dakota.

The first and second place winners (listed by horse, rider, owner and score) in each class were as follows:

Although the skies were uncooperative, the spirit of competition wasn’t dampened by the unseasonably cold weather during the National Cutting Horse Association’s (NCHA) annual Area 6 competition, held at the South Dakota State Fairgrounds in Huron on June 6-7. A large turnout of 173 entries on Saturday and 143 on Sunday ensured strong competition between the cutters from the three state associations that make up NCHA’s Area 6: Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota.

The show also drew many competitors from others states including Nebraska, Missouri and Texas. The South Dakota Cutting Horse Association (SDCHA), who hosted this year’s competition, was very pleased with the number of participants and sponsored a pot-luck dinner on Saturday night.

A fundraiser to benefit the American Cancer Society was also held during the weekend. Youth scholarships of $250 each were won by Kaylea Simons and Ryan Lind. The NCHA awarded a bronze statue for the winner of the $2,000 Limited Rider series to Jill Daniel of Nebraska. A Dennis Moreland Certificate was won by Roger Jensen.

To add a little excitement and state pride to the cutting competition, an unofficial challenge was added to see which state association won the most points – turned out to be South Dakota.

The first and second place winners (listed by horse, rider, owner and score) in each class were as follows:

Although the skies were uncooperative, the spirit of competition wasn’t dampened by the unseasonably cold weather during the National Cutting Horse Association’s (NCHA) annual Area 6 competition, held at the South Dakota State Fairgrounds in Huron on June 6-7. A large turnout of 173 entries on Saturday and 143 on Sunday ensured strong competition between the cutters from the three state associations that make up NCHA’s Area 6: Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota.

The show also drew many competitors from others states including Nebraska, Missouri and Texas. The South Dakota Cutting Horse Association (SDCHA), who hosted this year’s competition, was very pleased with the number of participants and sponsored a pot-luck dinner on Saturday night.

A fundraiser to benefit the American Cancer Society was also held during the weekend. Youth scholarships of $250 each were won by Kaylea Simons and Ryan Lind. The NCHA awarded a bronze statue for the winner of the $2,000 Limited Rider series to Jill Daniel of Nebraska. A Dennis Moreland Certificate was won by Roger Jensen.

To add a little excitement and state pride to the cutting competition, an unofficial challenge was added to see which state association won the most points – turned out to be South Dakota.

The first and second place winners (listed by horse, rider, owner and score) in each class were as follows:

Although the skies were uncooperative, the spirit of competition wasn’t dampened by the unseasonably cold weather during the National Cutting Horse Association’s (NCHA) annual Area 6 competition, held at the South Dakota State Fairgrounds in Huron on June 6-7. A large turnout of 173 entries on Saturday and 143 on Sunday ensured strong competition between the cutters from the three state associations that make up NCHA’s Area 6: Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota.

The show also drew many competitors from others states including Nebraska, Missouri and Texas. The South Dakota Cutting Horse Association (SDCHA), who hosted this year’s competition, was very pleased with the number of participants and sponsored a pot-luck dinner on Saturday night.

A fundraiser to benefit the American Cancer Society was also held during the weekend. Youth scholarships of $250 each were won by Kaylea Simons and Ryan Lind. The NCHA awarded a bronze statue for the winner of the $2,000 Limited Rider series to Jill Daniel of Nebraska. A Dennis Moreland Certificate was won by Roger Jensen.

To add a little excitement and state pride to the cutting competition, an unofficial challenge was added to see which state association won the most points – turned out to be South Dakota.

The first and second place winners (listed by horse, rider, owner and score) in each class were as follows:

Although the skies were uncooperative, the spirit of competition wasn’t dampened by the unseasonably cold weather during the National Cutting Horse Association’s (NCHA) annual Area 6 competition, held at the South Dakota State Fairgrounds in Huron on June 6-7. A large turnout of 173 entries on Saturday and 143 on Sunday ensured strong competition between the cutters from the three state associations that make up NCHA’s Area 6: Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota.

The show also drew many competitors from others states including Nebraska, Missouri and Texas. The South Dakota Cutting Horse Association (SDCHA), who hosted this year’s competition, was very pleased with the number of participants and sponsored a pot-luck dinner on Saturday night.

A fundraiser to benefit the American Cancer Society was also held during the weekend. Youth scholarships of $250 each were won by Kaylea Simons and Ryan Lind. The NCHA awarded a bronze statue for the winner of the $2,000 Limited Rider series to Jill Daniel of Nebraska. A Dennis Moreland Certificate was won by Roger Jensen.

To add a little excitement and state pride to the cutting competition, an unofficial challenge was added to see which state association won the most points – turned out to be South Dakota.

The first and second place winners (listed by horse, rider, owner and score) in each class were as follows:

Although the skies were uncooperative, the spirit of competition wasn’t dampened by the unseasonably cold weather during the National Cutting Horse Association’s (NCHA) annual Area 6 competition, held at the South Dakota State Fairgrounds in Huron on June 6-7. A large turnout of 173 entries on Saturday and 143 on Sunday ensured strong competition between the cutters from the three state associations that make up NCHA’s Area 6: Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota.

The show also drew many competitors from others states including Nebraska, Missouri and Texas. The South Dakota Cutting Horse Association (SDCHA), who hosted this year’s competition, was very pleased with the number of participants and sponsored a pot-luck dinner on Saturday night.

A fundraiser to benefit the American Cancer Society was also held during the weekend. Youth scholarships of $250 each were won by Kaylea Simons and Ryan Lind. The NCHA awarded a bronze statue for the winner of the $2,000 Limited Rider series to Jill Daniel of Nebraska. A Dennis Moreland Certificate was won by Roger Jensen.

To add a little excitement and state pride to the cutting competition, an unofficial challenge was added to see which state association won the most points – turned out to be South Dakota.

The first and second place winners (listed by horse, rider, owner and score) in each class were as follows:

Although the skies were uncooperative, the spirit of competition wasn’t dampened by the unseasonably cold weather during the National Cutting Horse Association’s (NCHA) annual Area 6 competition, held at the South Dakota State Fairgrounds in Huron on June 6-7. A large turnout of 173 entries on Saturday and 143 on Sunday ensured strong competition between the cutters from the three state associations that make up NCHA’s Area 6: Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota.

The show also drew many competitors from others states including Nebraska, Missouri and Texas. The South Dakota Cutting Horse Association (SDCHA), who hosted this year’s competition, was very pleased with the number of participants and sponsored a pot-luck dinner on Saturday night.

A fundraiser to benefit the American Cancer Society was also held during the weekend. Youth scholarships of $250 each were won by Kaylea Simons and Ryan Lind. The NCHA awarded a bronze statue for the winner of the $2,000 Limited Rider series to Jill Daniel of Nebraska. A Dennis Moreland Certificate was won by Roger Jensen.

To add a little excitement and state pride to the cutting competition, an unofficial challenge was added to see which state association won the most points – turned out to be South Dakota.

The first and second place winners (listed by horse, rider, owner and score) in each class were as follows: