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NCHA seeking new executive director

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The National Cutting Horse Association is searching for a new executive director.

The association announced the group has “decided to move in a different direction,” according to a posting on their website, and that Jim Bret Cambell will no longer serve as executive director.

“The NCHA thanks Jim Bret Campbell for his service and wishes him the best of luck in the future,” according to the posting. Campbell has been executive director of the organization since May 2013.

The NCHA will immediately begin its search for a new executive director with NCHA President Chuck Smith serving as interim executive director in the interim.

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