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NCRCHA 2017 Judge Clinic Registration (Submit One Form per Participant)
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ALL participants must have a current NCRCHA membership to attend the Judge clinic. Anyone taking the judge test Saturday afternoon must also have a current NRCHA membership. Membership forms will be available at the clinic.
NCRCHA Mem ($30/single, $35/family, $15/youth)
NRCHA Mem (New-free, Renewal $75)
Best Western Saratoga Inn, Cannon Falls, MN - 507-263-7272
Caravan Motel, Cannon Falls, MN - 507-263-4777
Mail Clinic Fee to:
All participants are expected to pre-pay for the clinic by March 31st, 2017
to ensure we have an accurate count of who is attending – and for sizing of the lecture room. No guarantees that we can accommodate drop-in participants the day of the clinic – so be sure to pre-register and pre-pay.
Mail checks made out to NCRCHA to:
NCRCHA, c/o Lance Scheffel
2409 25th Ave,
Rice Lake, WI 55868
Are you a youth participant?
Will you be taking the test Saturday afternoon?
Friday: 9am – 4pm
Saturday: 9am – Noon*
*Judged test to follow end of lecture on Saturday – Allow extra time if you are taking the test.
Pre-Registration fee: $150 for the clinic, includes lunches.
$175 if paid at the clinic. No discount for partial days
$40 additional to take the Judge test on Saturday.
Concessions will be available
April 14 & 15, 2017 (Fri & Sat)
Bill Enk, NRCHA Director of Judges
Simons Arena Lobby, Cannon Falls, MN
RSVP / Info Contact:
Deb Matko: 612-860-6371;
This clinic is for everyone; whether it’s your first year showing, you just want to learn more about the sport of reined cow horse, or you want to take the test to be a carded judge. It is a great learning experience for Non Pros to understand what a judge looks for in the show pen, and Bill always has entertaining stories.
If you attend the clinic, you do not have to take the test. Only those who want to be a carded judge would stay Sunday afternoon to take the test (there is no additional charge for testing). This is a very informative, classroom style clinic with the use of DVD’s, written material and white board.
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