Connecticut Horseshoe Pitchers Association

Est. 1935 – "Come Pitch With Us"

News From CTHPA

August 25th, 2017

NHPA membership sanction card dues increase to $30.00 (still $5.00 for Jrs).

 

 As voted on at the NHPA annual meeting at the world tourney in Utah the dues for sanction cards are increasing.  Your costs for a 2018 NHPA/CT Charter membership card will be $30.00 annually.  This card will allow NHPA sanctioned tournament entry in National, Regional, State, local tournaments and sanction leagues, anywhere in the USA (in accordance with NHPA Bylaws and Rules).

 

 As members not only do we play a sport that truly highlights family we receive league patches for competing, patches for winning in tournaments, uniform courts to pitch on, a set of standard rules that govern our sport, an online website to view worldwide averages known as NatStats and the chance to meet players around the world by competing in the annual World Tournament in July.  The CT sanction card gives us additional benefits as we get to complete in the New England Horseshoe tournament every year on Labor Day weekend, where we play against friends from VT, NH, ME, RI and MA.  The sport of horseshoes gives us the opportunity to play horseshoes and make friends across CT, New England and the entire horseshoe world for $30.00.

Visit our websites for more details on horseshoes and follow us on facebook.

  • cthorseshoepitching.com    newenglandhorseshoes.net 

  •    cchc.club (Winter Horseshoes)

 

 

Thank-you for your continured support of the CT Horseshoe Pitchers Assocation.

Debbie Scully,

CTHPA, Charter Secretary

Check This Out

November 18th, 2014

www.horseshoesonline.com/news.asp

If you haven’t seen this 1968 video footage of Three Time (3) champion Dan Kuchcinski pitch shoes on the Johnny Carson Show, you owe it to yourself to watch this short clip.  This is the modern day horseshoe version of the William Tell story of the boy with the apple on his head.

I can confidently say, if it were me throwing the shoes, Johnny Carson would definitely be singing three octaves higher and would be looking at reconstructive surgery.

Type in the web address above and then scroll down and click on either photo to open.