NATIONAL CUTTING HORSE ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCES 2021 VICE-PRESIDENT CANDIDATES
FORT WORTH – The National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) announces the two Vice-President candidates running for election in 2021: Toddy Pitard from El Dorado, Arkansas and Tatum Rice of Weatherford, Texas.
Toddy Pitard has been an NCHA member since 2004. Pitard has served as an NCHA Director in addition to serving on multiple NCHA committees since 2015 including the Amateur Committee, Competition Committee, Promotion and Development Committee, and the Executive Committee. Pitard was also appointed chair of the Vice President-Elect Committee and was on the hiring committee of the Director of Judges.
Tatum Rice became an NCHA member in 1997. Rice began his leadership with NCHA as an NYCHA Director, later becoming an NCHA Director and joined the Executive Committee in 2017. Additionally, Rice has served on the Horse and Cattle Welfare Committee, Amateur Committee and Limited Age Events Committee.
Each candidate will share their full background within the industry and their vision for the future of NCHA in the upcoming March issue of the Cutting Horse Chatter and is available online at nchacutting.com/vpelection.
Voting for the NCHA Vice-President Election will run from April 2-30. Ballots will be sent out by Simply Voting, NCHA’s third-party election administrator, by email and US Postal Service on April 2, 2021. You may vote either electronically or by paper ballot, but not both. Completed ballots must be received by Simply Voting NO LATER THAN APRIL 30, 2021. Please note that the ballots must be received, not postmarked, by the deadline. If you have questions, please contact Cathy Marie Aleff at firstname.lastname@example.org.