With such a large member base in the state of Victoria, it was only natural for the NCHA to take on the running of the Victorian Futurity in 2011 running its first NCHA governed show in Werribee. The show spent its next two years at the illustrious Elmore Events Centre and has since been moved to Tatura Park.
Although the Victorian show is not as large as the Tamworth Futurity, it is NCHA’s objective to build it up, with efforts taken to cut costs and ensure entry fees stay achievable.
2013’s show paid out an estimated total of $87,000 prize money with 302 entries taken across all events.
2012 saw the introduction of the Ladies Pink Cutting, Cutting for Cancer. The Ladies Pink Cutting is a unique event designed to promote the sport of Cutting and raise awareness and funds for Women’s Cancer. The day was created as a tribute to the late Deb Elliott and remains an incredibly popular event for the ladies.