The Tulsa Reining Classic, one of the National Reining Horse Association’s Top 10 ranked shows, has become a member of 100X Shows, a subsidiary of 100X Equine, LLC. The transfer of ownership is effective for the 2023 show, scheduled August 25-September 3 at the Built Ford Tough Livestock Complex at Expo Square in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
“When we were approached by 100X Shows, we were excited about the opportunities they proposed to grow the event and contribute to the reining industry,” said Pete Kyle, Tulsa Reining Classic owner and manager. “Tamra and I are grateful to have the support of tremendous sponsors, exhibitors and breeders who have been an integral part of the show’s growth and success. We will remain involved with the show and know that the 100X Shows team will continue to make the Tulsa Reining Classic a standout event.”
Carter Smith, 100X Shows and 100X Equine co-founder and owner said, “We have been looking to expand in the horse show industry and acquiring a top reining show is a great opportunity. We are honored that Pete and Tamra have allowed us to take over the reins of TRC and look forward to working with them to carry on the great tradition of this event.”
The Tulsa Reining Classic celebrated its 20th year in 2022. The TRC home to the South Central Affiliate Regional Championships, the largest qualifying event for the 2022 Adequan® North American Affiliate Championships. The show also includes American Quarter Horse Association approved classes along with a National Reining Horse Youth Association team tournament, plus several futurities and derbies. The Tulsa Reining Classic also hosted the inaugural National Ranch Riding Futurity for 3-year-old ranch riding horses and The Invitational Reining, a junior stallion stakes futurity program with a payout of $575,000 across Level 4 and Level 2 in open and non pro divisions.
A new addition for the show will be the 100X Stakes, as an exclusive 4-year-old only stallion stakes that will pay out a guaranteed $1,000,000 between Levels 1-4 of both the open and non-pro divisions. Stallion owners must enroll their stallions yearly for foals to be eligible to enter. For more information about the program, contact Andrea Stillo at (817) 403-1630 or Chloe Lawrence at (682) 229-0876.
Stay up to date with information about the Tulsa Reining Classic by visiting tulsareining.com.
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