Quarter Horse News Sponsors NRBC Slide Street Journal

This year, Quarter Horse News remains a partner to the National Reining Breeders Classic as the exclusive sponsor of the NRBC Slide Street Journal. The Slide Street Journal is the voice of the NRBC, emailed periodically year-round with news of the program and the event. During the show, this year set for April 13-19, it is printed and hand-delivered to the stall area early each morning along with being emailed around the globe in digital form.

NRBC Vice President Colleen McQuay commended Quarter Horse News for its longtime support of the National Reining Breeders Classic and of the reining industry. “Quarter Horse News was a loyal partner to our sport and to the National Reining Breeders Classic for over a decade as the sponsor of the NRBC Victory Party. Then last year, it increased its support by moving to presenting the Slide Street Journal.”

She continued, “The NRBC has always been proud to have both the Quarter Horse News media and marketing teams be a part of this event. Quarter Horse News is the performance horse industry’s news leader and it is wonderful to have it sponsor the NRBC’s news vehicle.”

Amanda Johnson, Cowboy Publishing Group Marketing Manager, agreed that the sponsorship was a great fit. “The reining industry continues to grow, and we want to grow with it by being involved in the elite events such as the NRBC.”

The leading source for news in the Western performance world, Quarter Horse News is a staple for any serious reining participant or fan for event coverage, profiles and in-depth reporting on issues that impact the industry. For information on Quarter Horse News, visit the website at www.quarterhorsenews.com.

For nearly two decades, the National Reining Breeders Classic has been the reining industry’s most successful stallion incentive program. It has grown to include upwards of 225 subscribed stallions and annually enrolls more than 2,000 foals.  For information on the NRBC, visit the website at www.nrbc.com, email [email protected] or call 580-759-3939.