2022 Calendar

Below is the list of shows we have on our calendar this year.

You'll see, on several weekends, there are overlaps between 2 different shows.  In those cases, we have an option as to where to go.  Choosing one show over another will depend on several factors (driving distance, number of horses/clients wanting to go to one over the other, show facility conditions, etc).

The shows we are *intending* on going to are in red.

All the shows are either AQHA or NRCHA recognized.
 

March 4-6, 2022 

Utah Quarter Horse

Hurricane, UT

March 18-20, 2022

Slidin Daze

Cheyenne, WY

March 25-27, 2022

Internal Horsemanship,

External Performance Clinic

Delta, CO

April 8-10, 2022

Slidin Daze

McCook, NE

April 20-24, 2022

Colorado Reined Cowhorse

Pueblo, CO

April 21-24, 2022

Utah Quarter Horse

South Jordan, UT

May 5-8, 2022

Slidin Daze

Elbert, CO

May 19-22, 2022

Colorado Reined Cowhorse

McCook, CO

June 3-5, 2022

Utah Quarter Horse

Ogden, UT

June 17-19, 2022

Internal Horsemanship,

External Performance Clinic

Westcliffe, CO

June 28-July 3, 2022

Colorado Reined Cowhorse

Douglas, WY

July 21-24, 2022

Utah Quarter Horse

Ogden, UT

July 21-24, 2022

Slidin Daze

Eaton, CO

July 29-31, 2022

Utah Reined Cowhorse

South Jordan, UT

August 18-21, 2022

Colorado Reined Cowhorse

Montrose, CO

September 1-4, 2022

Utah Quarter Horse

South Jordan, UT

September 14-18, 2022

Colorado Reined Cowhorse

Douglas, WY

September 27-October 1, 2022

WDAA World Show

Guthrie, OK

September 29-October 2, 2022

Slidin Daze

Elbert, CO

October 14-16, 2022

Slidin Daze

Fort Collins, CO

October 27-November 19, 2022

AQHA World Show

Oklahoma City, OK

November 4-6, 2022

Slidin Daze

Torrington, WY

This is the goal: when you reach, or you let him know, he shapes up and the whole horse is all together – balanced.

-Tom Dorrance

 

 

Respect is understanding, not fear.

-Ray Hunt

 

 

If the inside of a person or a horse is bothered, it’s for sure that the outside is going to show it.

-Tom Dorrance

 

 

Instead of a hard tightness, try to find a soft firmness.

-Ray Hunt

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