NRHA AFFILIATE CHAMPIONSHIP
The affiliate championship program was created by the NRHA to promote and develop reining at the grassroots level. To qualify for the NAAF finals, a horse and rider combination must compete at the Eastern Canada – Regional Affiliate Finals and be awarded with a score higher than a zero, for each affiliate class. These riders are eligible for the North American Affiliate Finals (NAAF) in OKC.
- Intermediate Open
- Limited Open
- Rookie Pro
- Novice Horse Open 1 & 2
- Youth 13 & Under
- Youth 14-16
- Short Stirrup
- Non Pro
- Intermediate Non Pro
- Limited Non Pro
- Prime Time Non Pro
- Novice Horse Non Pro 1 & 2
- Rookie 1 & 2
What do I need to represent the ORHA at the RAF?
- Be a current ORHA member in good standing.
- Must be a current NRHA member in good standing.
- Compete in an NRHA affiliate class.
ENTRY LEVEL REINING
Reining is the fastest growing equine sport today and getting started has never been easier. Both the ORHA and the NRHA offer tiered entry level classes allowing beginner riders the opportunity to compete against others with similar skill levels, develop reining experience and have fun. For all entry level class, participants are NOT required to own their own horse and the horse does not need a competition licence to compete.
The ORHA Futurity program was created to promote the breeding, training and showing of reining horses. Developing reining as a sport is a large part of the ORHA’s missions.
Nominated foals are eligible to compete in a 2 year old prospect class, a 3 year old Futurity class and 4-5-6-7 year old Derby class. Nomination starts in your horses’ weanling year and continues to be available all throughout their derby years, We recommend enrolling your foals early as the price increases each year.