Nebraska Horse Clubs Association

  Open Horse Shows in Nebraska

2021 Shows...


**This is a volunteer opportunity for members towards year-end awards...we can use any and all help to make the show run smoothly! 



PLEASE NOTE------On the NHCA hosted shows---Please read the entire show bill to see what classes are offered on what day!




MAY SHOW DATES:


May 16 - Sheriff's Posse Arena, Grand Island, NE Showbill ***


May 28 - Ag Park, Columbus, NE   Showbill    ***


May 29- Ag Park, Columbus, NE   Showbill***


May 30- Ag Park, Columbus, NE   Showbill ***

 



JUNE SHOW DATES:

June 26 - Sherriff's Posse Arena, Grand Island, NE*** Showbill




JULY SHOW DATES:


July 17- Sherriff's Posse Arena, Grand Island, NE*** Showbill


AUGUST SHOW DATES:


August 6-8 - Sherriff's Posse Arena, Grand Island, NE ***


Aug 6 Showbill

Aug 7 Showbill

Aug 8 Showbill





In conjunctions with our shows held at the Sherriff's Posse Arena, the Hall County Sheriff's Posse Club is having shows the same weekend as ours on the opposite day. We would like you to patronage them. Their show dates are listed below. These shows are NOT NHCA, NON NHCA Pointed, NON NHCA volunteer hour opportunity.


May 15

July 18

September 12


Contact any NHCA Board Member to reserve your show date! 

Remember, your show date is not official until a show bill has been submitted to the NHCA board for approval!



Win or Lose

Don't lose sight of the fact that the horse show should be kept a sporting proposition.  It is a gentleperson's game.  If you aren't inherently a gentleperson, you should quit showing horses and take up something else.

There is really no place in the game for avaricious, grasping egotists. Be a good sport. If you don't

agree with the judge, forget it. There are other shows coming and maybe some day you will find a just that sees your horse as you do.We can't all win and we can't all agree as to which is the best horse.  The judge has been selected because he or she is an expert.  Take his or her decision in good grace and be a good sport, a gentleperson and a horseperson worthy of the title.


It's a great game for fine people and may the best horse win.