The Texas Classic certainly achieves its description “It’s not just another horse show”!
The Classic, which is held
at the prestigious Will Rogers Memorial Center in Fort Worth, is the largest
AQHA approved show in the State of Texas and ranks as one of the top show destinations
in the nation. This ten day event features NCHA/AQHA cutting, NRCHA/AQHA Cow
Horse, NRHA/AQHA Reining and a full slate of AQHA & NSBA classes. Drawing
in top competitors from across the US, the show encompassed almost 11,000 entries
in 2007. Professional
staff, fun activities and philanthropic goals will take the 2008 Classic to
a greater level of exposure & quality than it has ever experienced before.
Mustang Smackdown Attracts Top Horsemen
Event brings spotlight to unwanted horses
In what could be considered one of the most unconventional approaches to an equine competition, the Texas Classic, one of the nation’s largest horse shows, is pitting five American Mustangs against some veteran domestically raised show horses in what’s being billed as the “Extreme Mustang Smackdown.”
Texas Classic to Host First-Ever WCHA Classes!
The Texas Classic bills itself as “Not Just Another Horse Show” and never has that been more true for the mammoth event than in 2008. With over 11,000 entries expected and half a dozen different discipline specific association co-approvals, the event is much more than your everyday American Quarter Horse Association event!