The American Stock Horse Association (ASHA) is committed to educating people about stock horse training, and offers an opportunity for those people to participate in sanctioned ASHA events in regular and collegiate divisions. Because rewarding competitors for their accomplishments is a significant part of the organization’s objectives, they have introduced new national awards.
Will Rogers Memorial Center is fast becoming the home of champions and championships.
Ranch Sorting National Championships (RSNC) will bring two premier events to the Fort Worth facility this year, including its national finals. The South Central RSNC Ranch Sorting World Series comes to Will Rogers April 26-28, followed by the 2013 RSNC National Finals June 4-9.
The Executive Committee of the American Paint Horse Association (APHA) recently approved changes to qualification requirements – including cutting and working cow horse classes – for their World Shows. The association hosts two World Show competitions annually: the AjPHA Youth World Show in the summer, and the APHA World Show for Open and Amateur exhibitors in the fall.
The American Paint Horse Association (APHA) and the Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association (CMSA) have partnered to provide a host of new achievement opportunities for American Paint Horses. Beginning in April, Paints competing at select CMSA events can earn double recognition, winning prizes and accolades from both associations.
The stage is set for a remarkable celebration at Road to the Horse 2013 and you won’t have to miss a thing! Brought to you by Horsecity.com, the live webcast from the Kentucky Horse Park will feature the complete lineup of clinics and demonstrations as well as every minute of action from the competition.
The 2013 American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame induction ceremony, part of the 2013 AQHA Convention, will be aired live for free via webcast on March 10 at approximately 7:30 p.m. CDT at www.aqha.com/convention.