It’s time for the dirt to fly

Looking for something to do after the long Thanksgiving Holiday? Tired of football? Come to the Reining Futurity. As Horse Show Capital of the World, Oklahoma City once again welcomes the 2002 National Reining Horse ...Looking for something to do after the long Thanksgiving Holiday? Tired of football? Come to the Reining Futurity. As Horse Show Capital of the World, Oklahoma City once again welcomes the 2002 National Reining Horse ...

Story originally posted by: Kim Watkins

Looking for something to do after the long Thanksgiving Holiday? Tired of football? Come to the Reining Futurity. As Horse Show Capital of the World, Oklahoma City once again welcomes the 2002 National Reining Horse Association Futurity and Championship show to the Oklahoma State Fairgrounds November 29th through December 7th, 2002.

Even if you don’t know much about reining but love the beauty of horses then the NRHA Futurity is an event you’ll enjoy. Long manes and flowing tails set the reining horse apart from other equine sports. Witness the spinning and the fast runs and sliding stops reining horses are famous for.

Keep the tradition of shopping the day after Christmas but instead of fighting the mall traffic come to the Reining Futurity trade show. The trade show lives up to its reputation as the place to shop til you drop. Find that unique item for your home or do your Christmas shopping.

From the U.S. to Switzerland, Italy to Japan, Israel to Germany – horses and reiners from around the world will be here – you should too! Help us give that warm Oklahoma welcome to our friends and horse lovers across the world. Join us at the NRHA Futurity.

The National Reining Horse Association is the worldwide governing body of reining, responsible for promoting the sport, working to insure the highest standards of competition. With corporate support from Cinch, Sundowner Trailers, Saddlesmith, Profile Nutrition, Horse & Rider magazine, Markel Insurance, Pfizer Animal Health, Quarter Horse News, Kiser Arena Specialists, State Line Tack, Sam Houston Ranch and Classic Equine the NRHA continues to educate its members and the public about reining. For information on the NRHA visit the Web site at www.nrha.com or call 405-946-7400.