Thackerville, OK – March 14, 2019 – The World Conformation Horse Association, Twin Cities South Trailers “The Official Trailer Dealer Of WCHA” and Sundowner “The Official Trailer Of WCHA” announces an exciting new incentive for Non-Pro halter futurity competitors who compete in multiple WCHA sanctioned events.

“The concept is simple,” said Don Falcon, Executive Director of WCHA. “The Highest Money Earning Non-Pro Halter Exhibitor for 2019 will receive a new three horse, gooseneck trailer for the use of one year! All monies earned will count, including Non-Pro, Open, Color and Owner/Breeder/Exhibitor paybacks. Collectively, monies earned in five futurities will be tabulated towards the Trailer Race.

Included Futurities:
• The Yellow Rose Futurity, held in conjunction with the Palomino World Championship in Tunica, MS in July – All Breed Futurity
• WCHA Big Money Futurity, Fort Worth, TX, APHA World Championship Show – All Breed Futurity
• WCHA Breeders Championship Futurity, Fort Worth, TX, APHA World Championship Show – All Breed Futurity
• Go For The Gold Halter Futurity, Claremore, OK – All Breed Futurity
• WCHA Junior World Championship Classes, AQHA World Championship Show, Oklahoma City, OK.
• Best in the West Futurity, Scottsdale, AZ, January 1st. – All Breed Futurity

Check each futurity to see what classes are offered; some will be Weanlings, others will be Weanlings and Yearlings, and a few will also offer Two-Year-Old Classes.

“We wanted to both encourage and reward our Non-Pro exhibitors who compete at several WCHA events throughout the year,” explains Falcon. “We can’t thank our Corporate Partner, Gary & Tammy Raak and Twin Cities South Trailers enough for their support of WCHA. Not only do all of these participating futurities have great paybacks but now a well deserving Non-Pro will have a significant prize waiting at the end of the futurity season.”

In order to be eligible for the WCHA Race for the Trailer, exhibitors must be a current must be a current WCHA Member, must compete in at least three of the five WCHA sanctioned events and must be showing a horse(s) that is sired by a WCHA Nominated Stallion; this list of stallions can be found on the WCHA Web Site at New stallions are being added each week, be sure to contact your stallion owner
if he isn’t listed yet. Continually check the Web Site and Social Media pages for updates, formal rules, entry forms, deadlines of these participating futurities, and the standings will be posted after each event.

“Non- Pros are the mainstay of WCHA and to provide a trailer as a “Year-End High-Point Award” takes our futurities and WCHA as an association to another plateau, it really is special time to be a WCHA Member,” expresses Falcon.

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For More Information on The Race for the Trailer contact:
Don Falcon