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post #1 of 2 Old 07-07-2012, 01:36 AM Thread Starter
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Yet ANOTHER reining question!

Ok, now I just looked through the NRHA's entire listing of shows for this year....and there is not a single one within at least 5 HOURS from where I live (I live in ND). So are there any other associations for reining? I'm trying to find some shows in my state or at least less than 5 hours. I'm too busy to drive that far for a show. So, any help finding shows? Cause if I am not ever going to show off my skills, then why bother?
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post #2 of 2 Old 07-07-2012, 12:18 PM
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Contact your local NRHA affiliate. They can better help you out.

Also keep in mind that there are also NRCHA (reined Cow Horse) AQHA shows. There might even be some local jackpot shows that are not NRHA approved.

If they are not on the NRHA web site they are not NRHA approved shows but does not mean there are not some around.

Also reining training is never a wast. At somepoint as the affilite grows and that means you might need to drive a bit to help it grown they will add shows and move them around.

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