2021 Vice President Election
PITARD WINS THE 2021 ELECTION FOR NCHA VICE PRESIDENT
FORT WORTH – The National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) announces the next NCHA Vice President will be Toddy Pitard from El Dorado, Arkansas. Pitard will take on his new position as Vice President starting June 4, 2021.
Pitard received 1,976 votes to win the election with 55.4 percent of the majority.
Pitard has been an NCHA member since 2004 and over the past 17 years, he has been involved in nearly every sector of the industry including owning horses, competing, judging, and breeding, both on the mare and stallion side.
“I have always had a love and passion for the NCHA,” incoming NCHA vice-president, Pitard said. “I am optimistic that the ship is moving in the right direction. With our strong executive board and our new executive director, I believe that the future is promising, and I just do not want the ship to veer off course.”
Pitard’s full biography and plans for serving as an NCHA officer were published in the 2021 April Chatter which can be found online at nchacutting.com/cuttinghorsechatter.