Welcome To The Cowboy States Reining Horse Association
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A huge THANK YOU from the Cowboy States Reining Horse Association to all the competitors, horses, sponsors, donors, vendors, spectators, volunteers, auction bidders, spouses and kids, and reining horse enthusiasts for making the 2013 Energy City Classic and Derby a great success. While the conditions outdoors were less than ideal Thursday and Friday, everybody managed to muddle through the puddles and had a good time. Thanks again to all. We hope to see you at our remaining affiliate shows and again at the 2014 Energy City Classic and Derby.
Final results for the Energy City Classic are now posted on the Shows and Events page by day and by class.
Scribe score sheets from the Energy City Classic in Gillette are now posted on the Shows & Events page following the Results. The scribe sheets are in class number order by judge (when double judged) so you will have to look through them to find your class and number.
Our objectives: To promote and encourage development of public interest in agriculture and ranching through the promotion of public Reining Horse Shows; the development of suitable and proper standards of performance and judging intended to govern all Reining Horse Contests sponsored and approved by the National Reining Horse Association (NRHA); to encourage the development and breeding of better Reining Horses; and to develop and disseminate informational material deemed desirable to provide contestants and spectators a better understanding of a proper performance of the Reining Horse in the show arena.
Description of a Reining Horse: A reining horse may be of any breed, size, shape or color (a legal size horse). To rein a horse is not only to guide him, but also to control his every movement. The best reined horse should be willingly guided or controlled with little or no apparent resistance and dictated to completely.
CSRHA Purpose Statement: To promote and encourage interest and participation in the sport of reining through informational clinics and public reining horse shows . Our shows will adhere to the standards of performance and judging as set down by the National Reining Horse Association.
NRHA web site at www.nrha.com .
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