THE COLORADO RANGER HORSE ASSOCIATION
Forms for all programs can be found on the CRHA Forms page.
The purpose of this program is to recognize the long hours and hard work our members put in while enjoying their Rangerbreds. For hours to qualify, they must be spent either riding or driving a Rangerbred for enjoyment, rather than as a paid trainer, or in a show or competitive environment. For complete rules and entry forms, contact the chairperson, visit the CRHA Forms page, or see your latest issue of THE RANGERBRED NEWS.
If you enjoy distance and/or competitive riding, this is the program for you. Among the awards given are: Distance, Endurance, Versatility, Junior Rider, Senior Rider, and Novice Horse. For more information contact the chairperson, or visit the CRHA Forms page.
This program recognizes the hard work and dedication of CRHA Youth members. Youth members acquire points through competitive showing and riding in 4-H, CRHA, or Open shows, or other organized events. For complete rules, awards, and entry forms, contact the chairperson, CRHA Forms page, or see your latest issue of THE RANGERBRED NEWS.
Futurities and Maturities are designed to cover all aspects of horse showing. Entries are shown at the CRHA National Show each September. Among the classes awarded are Weanling Halter, Yearling Halter, and Yearling Longeline.
Open Show Program
This program is designed to award registered Rangerbreds with lifetime points in approved categories. When enough points are won, Rangerbreds are awarded National Register of Merits (ROMs), Certificates of Versatility (COVs), Superior, and Supreme Awards. Horses qualify by acquiring points through placing in 4-H, CRHA, Open, Breed, or other organized shows. For complete rules and entry forms, contact the chairperson, click here for an application or see your latest issue of THE RANGERBRED NEWS.
Open Show Program