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Wayne Hodges Trailer Sales and Outlaw Conversions combine efforts for NCHA sponsorship

NCHA Press Release

(Fort Worth, TX)—The National Cutting Horse Association is pleased to announce a new partnership agreement with Wayne Hodges Trailer Sales and Outlaw Conversions. The new agreement gives the title rights to both NCHA’s Eastern and Western National Championships.

NCHA members can look for spectacular benefits from this partnership. One three-horse slant load trailer will be given away at both the Eastern and Western National Championships.

“Introducing someone as close to the industry as Wayne Hodges, as an official sponsor is a great honor,” said Jeff Hooper, NCHA executive director. “We look forward to being able to build a very rewarding, long-lasting partnership for both NCHA and Wayne Hodges and Outlaw Conversions.”

Wayne Hodges built his first horse trailer in 1953, beginning a long and esteemed career in the business. His first dealership was in Wasco, CA, but Hodges has recently moved to Weatherford, TX.

“We sell trailers to all kinds of horse people, but cutting is my first love,” said Hodges. “The cutting industry has been good to me.

Collaborating with Hodges is the young company, Outlaw Conversions. Founded in 1996, Outlaw Conversions’ primary business line is the manufacturing of living quarters for horse trailers.

“I feel you just can’t go wrong being an NCHA sponsor,” said John Walker, sole proprietor of Outlaw Conversions. “Our cliental has been the cutting horse industry and now we can be a part of it. I look forward to being able to build long term relationships with this customer base.”

The National Cutting Horse Association is made up of 16,000 members across the United States with a wide range of backgrounds. The sport of cutting has roots in Western ranching traditions, where good horses were a necessity for everyday ranch work and cattle handling. From cowgirls to CEOs, from firefighters to professional football players, the common ground is often in the cutting arena. Each year more than 1,400 NCHA-approved events are held throughout the country with more than $30 million in prize money awarded.

To learn more about the National Cutting Horse Association and the sport of cutting, call 817-244-6188 or visit