2017 World Tournament
Jerry Dugan is the first World Class Champion from KS in the preliminaries of the 2017 World Tournament . He finished 13-2 with a 29.33% ringer average in Elders G2
Dan Hiatt of KC became a World Class Champion in the Men’s D1 class of the preliminary rounds of the 2017 World Horseshoe Tournament. Dan had to win an exciting come from behind playoff game to seal the deal. He finished with 12 wins and 4 losses with a 35.47 ringer average.
Sandy Rongish of Wichita became a World Class Champion in Women's K Class of the preliminary rounds of the 2017 World Horseshoe Tournament . She had 11 wins and 2 losses with a 17.31% ringer average.
Kayla Kvacik became the 4th Kansas pitcher to become a World Class Champion at the 2017 World Horseshoe Tournament. Her 1st place finish come in Women E class where she finished with 10 wins and 3 losses and a 49.42% ringer average.
Kansas Horseshoe Pitchers Association
National Horseshoe Pitchers Association
The NHPA card is a combination membership of the state and the national horseshoe pitching associations. This card entitles you to participate in NHPA sanctioned play throughout the United States and much of Canada, where ever you meet the requirements of the event. You must pay your dues through the state charter where you maintain legal residence as determined by voting, tax and/or drivers license laws.
Dues are based on the calendar year. New Members may pay next years dues after Oct. 1st of the current year and will be eligible to participate in sanctioned events for the final 3 months of the current year, as well as all of the next year. As a member of the Kansas Charter, you will receive newsletters and a schedule of all sanctioned and some non-sanctioned tournaments for the state.
Your pitching stats from all sanctioned events will be forwarded to the NHPA stats headquarters called NatStats. These stats are updated weekly and can be accessed through the NHPA website. To make all this possible, your NHPA card will have six digits followed by two decimals. Kansas is region 18, followed by four digits, which is your membership number. The two decimals represent the calendar year. The decimal and color of the NHPA card change each year. Your membership number will remain with you as long as you reside in Kansas and continue to maintain your membership. If you ever lose your NHPA card, the charter secretary will issue you a duplicate card free of charge. You need only notify the Sec./Treas.
Please fill in all information on the form below that applies to you and mail along with total amount of dues to the KHPA Sec./Treas. (address below) Please make checks payable to:
Susan Fulton ADULT DUES JUNIORS & CADETS
KHPA Sec./Treas. 17.00 National 5.00 National
1407 SW Fairlawn RD 8.00 State 2.00 State
Topeka, KS 66604 $25.00 Total $7.00 Total
Phone: (785) 845-4573