The 2014 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games will take place during the Tulsa Reining Classic.
Fortunately, attendees at Tulsa will not have to miss the action from the Caen Exibition Center in Normandy, France, thanks to plans to provide a large-screen monitor that will be hooked up to the live webcast during the Tulsa show.
Global Reining Sport Group partner, Colleen McQuay, noted. “The World Equestrian Games are so important to the reining industry. The Tulsa Reining Classic has been a USEF qualifier and Finals in the past and this show has long supported international reining. As part of our commitment to the exhibitors at our show, we want to provide a way for them to keep up with Team USA.”
The first round of WEG Reining Team Competition is set for Monday, August 25 with round two slated for the next day. The excitement continues with Individual Qualifying competition on Thursday, and the Individual Finals on Saturday, August 30.
Because of the time differential – the competition will be early morning and plans are being made for watch parties for key events!
Youth evening (August 29) at Tulsa is slated to begin at 6 pm with a tribute to the games – and to supporting Team USA!