The tentative 2021 show schedule is out!

 

As always, please check our Facebook, Instagram, and website pages before you load up the trailer in the event that

we face further cancellations. 


The June 26th show will be held with MiRCHA's weekend show.
We are looking forward to getting our horses legged up and ready to go!

Let's make this a great and safe year - we cannot wait to see ya'll!


Greg Flowers Ranch in Nashville, MI:
9770 Butler Road
Nashville, MI 49073


BBH in Brooklyn:
7420 Turk Road
Brooklyn, MI 49230


MiRCHA produced show at the Midland County Fairgrounds:
6905 Eastman Ave
Midland, MI 48642
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POSTPONED

Watch this space for more information

We are in the planning stages of hosting a show at the

MSU Pavilion on MAY 14th, 15th, and 16th, 2021!
We will tentatively offer vendor spaces,

so if you are interested in renting an area for your business during the show,

please let us know through PM, email (greatlakescutting@gmail.com),

or call our president Dan Agnew (248-765-1821).

Please let us know if you are interested in being a general sponsor

or would like to sponsor a specific class as well! 
We are also tentatively providing 4 year old classes,

an amateur tournament, and a full slate of classes all three days! 
There will be plenty of stalls and hookups,

so come join us for a full weekend of fun in the cutting pen!
 

The address for the Pavilion is 
4301 Farm Lane
Lansing, MI 48910

A great weekend for GLCHA at the MiRCHA show!

We loved seeing new faces from the cowhorse crowd along with

our regular cutters who made it out for one last GLCHA show this year.

Congratulations everyone on making it through an unusual, yet fantastic season! 

 While we do not have many photos from the weekend

(our social media manager was busy showing with us and in the reined cowhorse classes),

Check out TM Photography and Design for all your professional winning pictures from the weekend!

You also have access to free videos from your runs through the MiRCHA,

but if you would like videos filmed straight on from the judge's perspective,

please contact Andrea Becker, our official NCHA certified videographer.

She can be reached at andreab1015@icloud.com 


We are very proud of three of our GLCHA Youth who participated in the

MiRCHA costume class Saturday night.

Myla Hochstein and Ryann and Joey Grasman put together a couple of creative costumes!

Even the Grasmans' dog, Murphy, put his outfit on.

We are not sure how he felt about it,

but Myla's horse "Spoon" and Ryann's horse "General" are definitely a couple of saintly geldings.

Not to mention, they were each busy showing with us all day! 
 

We would also like to congratulate our GLCHA members who

absolutely killed it in the reined cowhorse! 


 Starting off with Crystal DeWitt and her famous 2019 Congress cutting champion

Oh Why Not who WON the whole Non-Pro MiRCHA weekend!

She received a saddle for the overall high score, a trophy for the Non-Pro Limited class,

and a buckle for the Non-Pro Herdwork. Way to go Crystal and Ivy!! 
Congratulations Joey Grasman on winning the Youth Herdwork class! 
Congratulations Courtney Overstreet on winning the 2 Handed Rookie class

and the Non-Pro Hackamore! 
Congratulations Amanda Powell on winning the Non-Pro Select Boxing class! 
Not pictured is Shelby Agnew who tied for first in the Non-Pro Boxing! 


 It is so awesome to hear that some of our cutters stepped into the cowhorse

(as well as the costume) pen and had a successful and fun time! 
Thank you MiRCHA for having us! We hope to see y'all next year!

Amanda Powell

Crystal Dewitt

Courtney Overstreet

Joe Grasman

Hot Dog Grasman

Ryan Grasman and

her little pony

Rick DuBay Memorial Youth Scholarship

It was all about the youth with our

GLCHA Hall of Famer Rick DuBay.

In honor of his dedication to the youth and the cutting horse, the DuBay/Delange family has asked GLCHA to help put together a scholarship program to start next year.

We’re off to a great start with a lot of contributions to fund this program, and thanks to all those donors! In addition, we’re planning some fund raisers for next year to add to the pot so stay tuned, but more donations are always welcome to help keep it going year-after-year.

Details on Youth page

Our wonderful sponsors

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Call us:

810-356-3338

 

Images featured on the site provided by Shelby Agnew at sm.agnew.photography@gmail.com

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