The Tulsa Reining Classic, held at the Built Ford Tough Livestock Complex in Expo Square, kicked off its 13th annual event on Monday with the American Quarter Horse Association All Age Reining, Open Schooling and USA Reining Open.
This year the class features an impressive 209 entries and contestants will be working pattern No. 8.
Competition continues at the Tulsa Reining Classic on Tuesday in the Ford Truck Arena with the AQHA All Age Reining, Open Schooling and USA Reining Open. Classes also begin in the Mustang Arena on Tuesday with the Novice Horse Open Levels 1 and 2, working pattern No. 8. Also in the Mustang Arena will be the Jackpot Rookie Level 1, 2 and Jackpot Prime Time Rookie, also working pattern No. 8.
The week will be filled with impressive maneuvers, championship awards and reiners from across the nation. With 963 stalls filled the total economic impact the Tulsa Reining Classic has on the city of Tula reaches a lucrative $6,933,600, showing the immense impact this great show has on the local community.
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