Hello to all! I hope each of you are excited about our upcoming trip to Buffalo. Upon reviewing everyone's entries, we have discovered several release of liability waiver's that still need signed. PLEASE TAKE NOTE: If you are possibly sending a youth contestant to the show with another family... send a signed release form along with them so that they are able to compete once we get there. Our insurance require these signatures. You may also find yourself on a list to come see me in the office while at our contestant's meeting, as we have found several under 18 contestant's that have signed the waiver's for themselves. A legal guardian or parent must sign for them. Please help me out here... if you think you haven't signed one, get them to your team captain's or send them with your members to give to me in the office. Thanks very much! Looking forward to visiting with each of you soon. :) Kim
The National Saddle Clubs Association (NSCA) was established in January of 1965 as the first national organization of saddle clubs. The NSCA held its first national championship show in 1966, the first national saddle clubs show in the history of the nation.The NSCA has adopted and will promote the sport of "pattern horse racing" referred to as O-Mok-See. This sport allows the entire family to compete and enjoy its horses together. The NSCA has adopted a set of pattern horse racing events for national competition. Competition is the very keenest, but with the greatest regard for sportsmanship and fair play.Through standardized rules and regulations for pattern horse racing events, the NSCA is working to promote and cultivate cooperation and friendly relationships between saddle clubs throughout this nation, which is the prime purpose and objective of the NSCA.This website is published to promote and inform other saddle clubs of the great sport of O-Mok-See along with its scholarship and leadership opportunities. Feel free to browse this site and learn about the NSCA and the family horse sport of O-Mok-See.