Skip to Content



Produced Events

Local Shows and Events





6666 Ranch Partnership

Jan 19, 2022, 16:22 PM by National Cutting Horse Association
NCHA announces a partnership extension with 6666 Ranch


FORT WORTH – The National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) is proud to announce a partnership extension with 6666 Ranch of Guthrie, Texas. 6666 Ranch will continue to be the presenting sponsor of the NCHA Eastern and Western National Championship as well as a corporate partner of the NCHA. 

Founded in 1870 by Captain Samuel “Burk” Burnett, 6666 Ranch has grown into one of the most storied ranches in the United States. Both legendary quarter horses and superior angus cattle are hallmarks of the “Four Sixes.” The ranch is also known for their state-of-the-art reproductive services and a full range of equine veterinary services.

"The Four Sixes Ranch has been proud to support the National Cutting Horse Association since 2009,” said Dr. Glenn Blodgett, horse division manager. “Preserving our western heritage is a common focus for both partners, and our alliance fuels growth and innovation within the cutting horse industry benefitting breeders and competitors alike. As the NCHA Nationals presenting sponsor for ten years now, we are proud to support all levels and ages of competitors, and this year there will be $20,000 added per class at both the Eastern and Western National Events."

The NCHA Eastern National Championship presented by 6666 Ranch is scheduled for March 3-12, 2022, in West Monroe, La., and the NCHA Western National Championship presented by 6666 Ranch is scheduled for May 19-28, 2022, in Reno, Nev.  

“We are pleased to continue our long-standing relationship with 6666 Ranch,” said Jay Winborn, NCHA executive director. “The Four Sixes name is synonymous with both the western lifestyle and top horses and cattle, making this partnership a natural fit for the NCHA. I want to thank 6666 Ranch for their continued support over the years, and we look forward to continuing this longstanding partnership.” 

To learn more about 6666 Ranch, visit

Big Sky Internet Design Logo

Director of Youth

Mike Simmons

Youth Committee

Chairman: Mitch Farris R6

Vice-Chair: Amy Lippincott R7

Shannon Collier (23) R7

Michelle Cowan (22) R8

Casey Crouch (23) R7

Sherry Cowan (24) R2

Barb Himsel (21) R4

Leigh Ann White (24) R6

Kolby Moore (22) R5

Tommy Neal (23) R7

Cindy Smith (23) R7

Nikki Sokol Roberson (22) R5

Scott McKinsey (24) R3

Sabrina Mesalam (24) R4

Kristen York EC



 Purpose of the NYCHA

  • Improve and promote the cutting horse industry
  • Improve and develop the capabilities of youth in the breeding, raising and showing of cutting horses
  • Develop scholarship, leadership, community interest and participation of youth interested in cutting horses
  • Encourage moral character, sportsmanship and clean living among all its members
  • Allow the youth members to learn about the leadership of the NCHA by working in conjunction with the NCHA Youth Committee
  • Acquaint the youth members with the structure and functions of the NCHA

It is a constant goal for the NCHA to do its best to work with and fundraise for our youth members. There is no greater pleasure than watching the children of our industry grow up and become successful adults. All efforts of the NYCHA Officers, Youth Committee Members, and Youth Coordinator are committed to encouraging education and growing funding for scholarships for the youth that will become the future of our industry. Sponsors and donors are always appreciated. Be a part of the future with us!

We Are Here To Help

Visit Us

National Cutting Horse Association
260 Bailey Ave.
Fort Worth, TX 76107

Office Hours

Monday thru Friday 8:30am - 5:00pm CST