Ranch Sorting National Championships Australia (RSNCA) is the exclusive provider of Ranch Sorting in Australia affiliated with RSNC in the USA, giving our contestants the opportunity to compete Nationally & Internationally
What is Ranch Sorting?
Ranch Sorting is one of the only sports in the Equine World where everyone in the family can compete… and together. It gives everyone the opportunity to compete, win and get the recognition and rewards that in most equine sports are only for the very top competitors.
Why are RSNCA events so popular?
RSNCA offers a competitive family fun horse sport anyone can afford. The comradery amongst contestants and also fellow producers is an asset to our sport and provides a welcoming and enjoyable environment.
Is Winning Attainable?
Any person that can ride a horse can be competitive in RSNCA ranch sorting. The RSNCA 9-point rating system, combined with the handicapping system, levels the playing field and gives all participants a fair chance to WIN!
The handicapping system encourages the teaming of skilled sorters with less experienced partners while the Masters classes fee the appetite of the mature competitor.Find out more about Ranch Sorting
Join the great sport of Ranch Sorting today!
New contestants join Free for their first points year, now is the perfect time to try it.
Events and Clinics
- Armidale Exhibition Centre
- Kylie Jones
- 0428 535 201
The fairness in the RSNCA Ranch Sorting rating system, handicaps and unique class structure allows everyone the opportunity to participate in a class matched to their level of riding ability and be competitive!Cindy Henderson, RSNCA Executive Officer
Everyone was very friendly and encouraging. We found ourselves cheering for people we didn't even know and it seems everyone was doing the same.Jodie White
What do you enjoy most about Ranch Sorting? Everyone is very supportive – cheering you on and it’s a family sportSherrie Whitty
What do you enjoy most about Ranch Sorting? The people, the atmosphere and the ease of a friendly sportTerrie Thompson