Scott Tuggle -
I wanted to send out my first letter as
CRCC president. Covid-19 gave us a real headache last year,
but we were still able to hold some fun and rewarding shows.
We are planning on having 7 shows in 2021 and are hoping we
will not have to cancel any of them due to the pandemic.
Over the last couple of years under the excellent
leadership of Vanessa Michel’s we have seen our little club
achieve some big things. We made some growth, obtained new
sponsors, added sand at Coleman Ranch and were able to hold
NCHA Challenger shows again in 2020. We are lucky to have a
very dynamic and fun club.
With our new board
members and all our club members we will continue the same
goals to have a fun, warm and challenging club environment.
Part of that is the new NCHA National Circuit Program. I
encourage you to go to the NCHA website at nchacutting.com
to see all that is involved. It is basically the NCHA
Challenger Series, with some new opportunities.
is all I have for now. I hope to see you all at the first
show on 4/24/21, if not sooner.
I will be
your president for 2021, and I would like to tell you a
little bit about myself. I grew up mostly in Woodburn,
Oregon and after graduating from OSU with BS in business I
married my high school sweetheart Cara Rose Tuggle.
From there I was a field representative for a grass seed
company and then started a trucking company in 2006. I am
retired from that now and I help Cara run the horse training
facility. Being married to Cara, I have had my finger on the
pulse of the cutting industry for 35 years. I have seen the
ups and downs and feel we are in an upswing now. This means
more cutting and more fun.
I spent several years
training to ride my mule in the woods hunting and trail
riding. After retirement from trucking, I decided to start
cutting. After all, I do have a close relationship with a
Looking forward to meeting and seeing
everyone in 2021.