Welcome to the official
Clements Cutting Club, Inc. website.
Our club is a membership association dedicated to the sport, promotion, and breeding
of cutting horses. Cutting is family friendly too!
New members are always welcome. Just join at a Show! Or, you can
download our Membership/Insurance form here.
2017 Tentative Show Dates
- March 19 - CANCELLED!
- April 9 - (Rescheduled from March 19)
- April 12-15 - CCC Spring Fling NCHA/PCCHA Approved @ Rancho (Outdoors!)
- April 23 - CANCELLED!
- May 28
- June 25
- July 23
- August 20
- September 24
- October 22
- *** All dates are pending rain
IMPORTANT: For show information and to enter the April 12-15th show only
contact Kathy Grimes at 805-680-1294 or email
For all Clements Cutting Club Shows, please send reservations, entries, any questions to Debra Robbins at email@example.com or 530-701-0824.
If you would like to Sponsor an Award at our Club Shows,
please contact Debra at
firstname.lastname@example.org or text/call 530-701-0824 . The earlier you
Sponsor, the MORE advertising your business will receive throughout
Clements Cutting Club would like to Thank all of
our members for their Support of our Club and Shows!
We have more
very exciting announcements that will be released on Facebook and
our website later this week - stay tuned!
Shows start at
8:00 AM until further notice
2017 Show Schedule
Entries are due no later than 9:00 pm Wednesday before the show.
We order cattle on Thursday morning. Owner and Rider must be a member of CCC to participate. Please fill
out membership/release of liability form before you ride.
Need a horse? Have a horse for sale?
CHECK OUT OUR CLASSIFIED ADS!
Classified ads are now FREE for members and sponsors. Need to sell something horse related?
Looking for something special?
Let Jainet know and we will add it to our classified section.
Check it out!!!
Just a reminder:
You must fill out membership forms and release forms before you mount a horse on the CCC show grounds. We also
appreciate payment before you show your horses or leave an open check with the secretary in the show office.
Message from the Club President
Hello Cutting Community!
Welcome to the start of the Clements Cutting Club 2017 show year.
We have some long awaited exciting news and it’s finally time to get things started. Due to the weather,
we’ve had a hard time getting off and running this year, our cattle pens are still a swamp and the
pastures are still too wet to park our rigs but we do have on the schedule our first show just around the
corner, April 9th.
As some of you might have heard the exciting new, NCHA has started a new program, which the
Clements Cutting Club has chosen to embrace called, The Challenger Series. After looking over the pros
and cons of the program, I, along with the rest of the Board members, felt this was an amazing
opportunity to enhance the club cutting experience. The upfront cost is $5.00 per work more than last
year’s fees but what you will receive in return outweighs the small cost. The $5.00 fee covers each ride
being videotaped, ($3.00 NCHA requirement) plus the $2.00 fee to NCHA. The club will pay an
additional $100.00 per show to participate. Importantly, NCHA will establish Regional Top 15 Standings
for the new Challenger shows. The Challenger Standings will be based strictly on points, rather than
money earned. However, money won at Challenger Shows will count toward lifetime earnings, rider and
horse eligibility and achievement awards. This allows riders only showing at the club level to have
money earned on their horse and themselves. It also will give judging credits to our judges, which will in
turn, broaden our pool of potential judges. Additionally, since all CCC members will need to be NCHA
members, NCHA will be waiving membership fees for 2017 for those who have never been a member or
for those that have had your membership’s lapse for more than a year. You will however, need to
complete the Amateur and/or Nonpro application if showing in either of those classes. (Those
applications will be available in the office at the first show). In short, I feel this is a real attempt by NCHA
to reach out to those of us who can’t afford to go “down the road” or feel more comfortable at the club
level to obtain some of the NCHA awards. For more information, please visit the NCHA website:
Additionally, I am in the process of building a second cutting arena which will be parallel to the original
show pen. This should help speed up our show days, provide easier cattle movement and make for an
overall more enjoyable experience.
When we finally get started next month, I think we will all be in for a great year. See you all at the April