After hosting it for two years, Elmore Events Centre has lost the National Cutting Horse Association Futurity.August 19, 2014 3:02am
After hosting it for two years, Elmore Events Centre has lost the National Cutting Horse Association Futurity.
It will move to Tatura Park for the 2014 event next month.
Greater Shepparton City Council recently committed $625
Last Friday the Victorian Government contributed $10
Although the Victorian show is not as large as the Tamworth Futurity, NCHA’s aim is to build it up, with efforts taken to cut costs and keep entry fees reasonable.
The 2013 show paid out an estimated $87
Entries closed on Friday, but they will still be taken for 50 per cent more of the entry fee. The event will be held from September 10 to 14.
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