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Central Wyoming Cutting Club News – Nov 20, 2022

CWCC is getting ready for the 2022-23 show season! MARK YOUR CALENDAR with our cutting dates: November 18-20, December 16-18, January 13-15, February 17-19, and March 16-18. All cuttings are held at the Hot Springs County Fairgrounds in Thermopolis, Wyoming. Join us for quality cutting in a fun and friendly environment with good ground and good cattle. Thank you to our sponsors: Miller’s Horse Palace in Laurel, Montana, Helen Larsen and High Brow Tuesday, and Rod Smith. We appreciate your support!

Gentle reminder that it is the rider and horse owner’s responsibility to make sure entries are eligible for the classes entered. CWCC counts all cutting money won(except three year old horse winnings). If you are not sure of winnings please get an Equistat report to verify eligibility. Also remember that classes must be designated prior to showing to be eligible for the high point horse and high point rider awards.

Cutting class order and start times: Friday starts at 2:00 P.M. with the open two handed class followed by the $1000 novice horse class’ two go rounds of each class. Saturday and Sunday start at 8:00 A.M. with the open, nonpro, youth, $15,000 novice horse, $15,000 novice horse nonpro, $50,000 amateur, $35,000 nonpro, $5,000 novice horse, $5,000 novice horse nonpro, $10,000 amateur, nonpro rancher class, $2,000 limited rider, and Never Won a Cutting Buckle class.

Make your stall reservations by calling 307-921-1219. Fresh cattle practice Fridays at 10:30 A.M. Rerun cattle practice Friday nights. The Host hotel is the Hot Springs Hotel. Call 307-864-3131 and ask for the “cutters rate”.

Thank you to our sponsors: Central Bank & Trust, White Horse Country Store, Rod Smith, Bruce Keller Performance Horses, Hayden Heaphy, 3 J’s Arena, the V Ranch, Hot Springs Hotel, Canyon Concrete, Bailey Tire and Pit Stop, Dr. Clay Turner, Shaun Musselman, Dave Slover, 760 Ranch/Lynn Moore, Ryan Trucking, HD Ranch/Josh Longwell, Mel Dahl and Diana Brodie, Mel Robinson, Karen Coon, and Helen Larsen/High Brow Tuesday.

Officers for 2022-23 are President Hayden Heaphy, Vice-president Justin Johnson, Secretary Debbie Keller, Treasurer Diana Brodie and Rules Hayden Heaphy. The directors for 2022-23 are Mel Dahl, Jonah Deines, Hayden Heaphy, James Johnson, Justin Johnson, Bruce Keller, Shaun Musselman, Billie Jo Norsworthy, and Rod Smith. The goal of the Central Wyoming Cutting Club is to create a fun, relaxed atmosphere for horses and riders of all skill levels to participate in and enjoy the wonderful sport of cutting.


Check out our website at www.centralwyocutting.com and join us on Facebook.

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