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SOUTHWESTERN EXPOSITION AND LIVESTOCK SHOW TABLE OF CONTENTS - HORSE DEPARTMENT

..................................................................................................................... Dates Inclusive ........ Page Breed Associations................................................................................................................60 Schedule of Horse Events.....................................................................................................61 Horse Show General Rules and Regulations.......................................................................76 Collegiate Colt Starting Challenge...................................................February 5–6............109 Cowboy Mounted Shooting..................................................................January 29............121 Equine Scholarship P rogram............................................................................................................. 83 Equine Public Speaking Challenge..............................................January 19.............86 Equine I.Q. Contest.....................................................................January 20.............87 Donkeys and Mules...........................................................................January 25-26.............89 Escaramuza Competition.......................................................................February 2.............95 FWSSR Fiddle Showdown.....................................................................January 27.............96 Miniature Horses.............................................................................January 23–24.............99 NCHA Cutting Horses...........................................................................January 21...........103 NRCHA Working Cow Horses......................................................January 19–20...........105 NRHA Reining Horses.........................................................................January 30...........107 Paint Horses........................................................................................................................111 Barrel Racing.............................................................................February 3–4 Cutting........................................................................................... January 22 Halter and Performance............................................................February 7–8 Pole Bending................................................................................. February 5 Ranch Horse Riding. .................................................................... January 18 Ranching Heritage Challenge..............................................January 16 & 18 Reining...........................................................................................January 30 Team Roping................................................................................ January 27 Tie-down Roping.......................................................................... January 28 Versatility Ranch Horse Show.................................................January 16–17 Working Cow Horse................................................................January 19–20 Ranch Work Championships.................................................................January 31.........147 THANKS TO OUR MAJOR SPONSORS Barrel Racing................................................................................. February 3 Halter and Performance............................................January 30–February 2 Pole Bending................................................................................. February 5 Reining.......................................................................................... January 30 Palomino Horses.....................................................................................February 6.. ........117 Pony of the Americas.........................................................................January 28–29.........123 Quarter Horses....................................................................................................................135

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n accordance with the spirit upon which it was founded and its current bylaws, the Southwestern Exposition and Livestock Show is committed to the following objectives: To promote continuing improvement in the breeding, raising and marketing of livestock and to encourage the pursuit of excellence generally throughout the livestock and agriculture industries. To organize and administer each year a world-class Stock Show event composed of various public competitions, exhibitions and entertainment such that (1) the event enhances interest and encourages participation in the livestock and agri-business fields by recognizing and rewarding outstanding achievement in them, and (2) the event attracts as many visitors as possible from throughout the state, across the nation and around the world to Fort Worth, the city of this Stock Show’s historic origin in 1896. To include in Stock Show activities continuing encouragement for young people to pursue careers in livestock and agri-business through programs and incentives especially tailored to their interests. To advance education by providing learning opportunities as an ongoing part of Stock Show events, and by funding research grants and scholarship endowments at a variety of educational institutions. To insure that the Stock Show grows and adapts to the ever-changing needs of the livestock and agri-business industries, encompassing not only cattle, horses, swine, sheep, mules, poultry, and traditional agri-business products, but other livestock and emerging agri-business technologies as well. To utilize efficiently, maintain and periodically improve the physical facilities in which the annual event and its various activities are held to ensure that they remain in the front rank of such facilities worldwide, to ensure that they continue to serve the needs of the people and organizations using them, and to preserve their value as a major income-producing asset for the City of Fort Worth.

SOUTHWESTERN EXPOSITION AND LIVESTOCK SHOW

2020 We invite you to attend the 124 th Southwestern Exposition and Livestock Show from January 17 through February 8. You will be joined by more than 1 million visitors and exhibitors including international guests from more than 60 countries who will come to Fort Worth to enjoy this annual legendary event and share our western heritage. Our livestock show, where more than 30,000 animals will be on exhibit during our 23-day run, continues to be priority one. Our schedule includes several prestigious national and regional livestock shows and a wide variety of auctions. In addition, you are certain to enjoy our many educational exhibits, food for every taste, fun at the carnival/midway and the latest merchandise our vendors have to offer. Come experience exciting rodeo entertainment in the new Dickies Arena starting with our invitational Best of the West Ranch Rodeo, followed by our Best of Mexico Celebración and Cowboys of Color Rodeo. Then on Tuesday and Wednesday evening, January 21 and 22, we will have Bulls’ Night Out – PRCA Extreme Bull Riding, Thursday, January 23, Rodeo X – Extreme Team Competition, and Friday, January 24, begins 18 performances of the World’s Original Indoor Rodeo ® newly reformatted as the FWSSR PRORODEO Tournament. We take pride in being the oldest event of its kind in the nation and our facilities are second to none. So make plans today to be with us at the 2020 Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo to experience our western hospitality and the many interesting things our city has to offer. We look forward to having you with us!

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SOUTHWESTERN EXPOSITION AND LIVESTOCK SHOW 2019–2020 OFFICERS, HONORARY VICE PRESIDENTS AND EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

OFFICERS Edward P. Bass................................................................................................. Chairman of the Board Bradford S. Barnes. ................................................................................... President/General Manager Charlie Geren..................................................................................................................Vice President Charles B. Moncrief................................................................................................................. Secretary Randy Rodgers........................................................................................................................Treasurer W. R. Watt, Jr.........................................................................................................President Emeritus

HONORARY VICE PRESIDENTS

Bill Barclay Martin C. Bowen L. O. Brightbill, III R. A. Brown R. A. Cantrell, Jr. I. B. (Barney) Chapman, II

William E. McKay Ronnie McNutt John L. Merrill Billy Minick W. A. Moncrief, Jr. Joseph A. Monteleone Bob Moorhouse Dan Nance Gary H. Pace John V. Roach Charles R. Rollins Abel Sanchez Chris Scharbauer W. A. (Mickey) Schmid, III Alan Schutts Robert W. Semple David J. Simons Vernell Sturns Cliff Teinert John R. Thompson, Jr.

John B. Collier, IV Richard L. Connor Earl Cox Dan Craine William S. Davis John E. Dudley Ralph H. Duggins

Gene Gray Marcus Hill

Edward R. Hudson, Jr. T. E. (Gene) Jernigan Wayne C. Jordan Jim Kelley William A. Landreth, Jr. Arvil J. Lewis Manuel López, III G. Malcolm Louden Anne W. Marion Kaye Buck McDermott Elaine B. Agather Rose M. Alvarez William C. Anderson Larry Anfin Bradford S. Barnes Edward P. Bass Jon Brumley Matthew R. Carter J. T. Dickenson Charlie Geren Debra Johnson Head Kate Johnson Dee Kelly, Jr. Robert H. Merrill

Don E. Weeks Bert Williams

J. Roger Williams Tom L. Woodward

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

Charles B. Moncrief J. C. Pace, III F. D. (Trey) Quinn, III Mary Margaret Richter Randy Rodgers Mike Sands Philip L. Schutts Theo Thompson Michael D. Warner Randy Watson W. R. Watt, Jr. J. R. Williams, III Philip C. Williamson

SOUTHWESTERN EXPOSITION AND LIVESTOCK SHOW 2019–2020

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Fln Neve R. Blair Norman Philip E. Norwood Mark G. Nurdin S. Dale Ousley J. C. Pace, III Robert L. Patton Howard Peña Ross Perot, Jr. Gerald H. Perry G. Martin Phillips Bill Poteet, III

Rob Green Gary E. Griffin Michele Hahnfeld Pat Hamilton Chris Harrison Michael B. Harrison Debra Johnson Head John J. Hernandez Robert Herod J. D. Johnson Kate Johnson Roland K. Johnson Sherman Jones Dee Kelly, Jr. J. Luther King, Jr. Scott Kleberg Mark Lansford R. Mike Lansford Robert M. Lansford Charles R. Lasater Kenneth K. Leiber Jason Lesikar John L. (Rusty) Lewis James E. Link Raymond P. López Mary-Ralph Lowe Brian Luig Kent Lynch Louis E. Martin, III Wilson Martin Gavin Massingill David McDavid Bailey McGuire William W. Meadows Clayton E. Melton John Menzies Robert H. Merrill A. M. (Al) Micallef Mary Beth Millett Pam Minick Bill J. Mobly Charles B. Moncrief Kit Moncrief Mike Moncrief Wm. David Moore

Dan L. Adams Elaine B. Agather Rose M. Alvarez William C. Anderson Larry Anfin Dave Appleton T. Ross Bailey Bradford S. Barnes Edward P. Bass Lee M. Bass Glenn Beck Ed Farmer Beggs, II George Beggs, IV Mike Berry Pete Bonds Becky Renfro Borbolla John P. Boswell Lowell Boswell Von R. Box Madelon L. Bradshaw Joe Brhlik Stephen L. Brotherton Dannie J. Bruce Jr. Jon Brumley Jonny Brumley Jim Calhoun, Jr. Matthew R. Carter Todd Davenport J. T. Dickenson W. Craig Doyle Roy J. Eaton Crawford Edwards Rebecca Clegg Emery Jay Ewing Chris Farley Tom Feller Rob Felton Ted Ford Wilson D. Franklin David Gallagher Gilbert Gamez, Jr. Gilbert G. Gamez, III John T. Gavin Charlie Geren Bob Glenn Frank H. Goldthwaite, Jr. Trey Gordon Doug Cassidy Jeff H. Conner A. V. (Scott) Corpening, III

Trent Prim Scott Prince Chris Quinn F. D. (Trey) Quinn, III William Durrah (Bill) Ratliff, IV

Breck Ray Gary Ray Thomas B. Reynolds Jake Richter Martin Richter Mary Margaret Richter Kelly Riley Gordon H. Roberts Randy Rodgers Rozanne Rosenthal Charlie Royer III Eddie Sandoval, III Mike Sands Thomas B. Saunders, V Philip L. Schutts Morris L. Sheats, II Kelly R. Thompson Theo Thompson Todd M. Tippett Randy Upshaw Rosario Villalpando Adam J. Waldeck Michael D. Warner Randy Watson W. R. Watt, Jr. A. B. Wharton J. R. Williams, III Philip C. Williamson James Wood Rodney Woodson Bob R. Wright George M. Young, Jr.

Jamie Morgan J. Tyler Morris Greg Morse Paxton Motheral Stormy Mullins

MEMBERS

Steve A. Pickens Bill Royer James A. Ryffel L. J. (Larry) Sadlowski Danny R. Smith Bob Walsh

Ralph F. Cox Terry R. Dallas Michael Dietrich A. R. (Buddy) Dike Marvin Gearhart Joseph M. Grant Barry Green Jeffrey Michael Harp

Gerald Huck W. Clay Jones Carter King O. Paul Leonard, III Joe K. Matthews Carl Mullins Erle Nye Ronald L. Parrish

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Bradford S. Barnes...................................................................................... President/General Manager Sonia Benavides.............................................................................................. Sponsorship Coordinator Jessica Birge..............................................................................................Assistant Operations Manager Matt Brockman............................................................................................. Communications Manager Ginny Brown...........................................................................................................Accounting Manager Meredith Case................................................................................................. Group Sales Coordinator Ashley A. Davis.......................................................................................Commercial Exhibits Manager Susie Mitchell Heil........................................................................................... Administrative Assistant Marlina Jedro....................................................................................................Horse Show Coordinator Melissa Johnson.................................................................................................Livestock Show Assistant Dana Lewis.........................................................................................................Administrative Manager Stefan Marchman............................................................................................. Livestock Show Manager Karen Maynard....................................................................................................... Accounting Assistant Bruce E. McCarty..............................................................................................Executive Vice President Lauren Lovelace Murray........................................................................................Horse Show Manager Amy Myers.............................................................................................................................Art Director Jordan Simons...................................................................................................... .Social Media Manager Lisa Slaton .............................................................................................................Horse Show Assistant Laura Standley...................................................................................................Livestock Show Assistant Shanna L. Weaver............................................................Editor, Premium List & Rodeo Souvenir Annual Cal White.................................................................................................Assistant Operations Manager Pamela D. Wright.............................................................................................. Special Events Manager OFFICIAL VETERINARIAN William C. Anderson, D.V.M. HORSE SHOW SUPERINTENDENTS Glenn Beck, Bowie, Texas

Kelly Lynch, Granbury, Texas Kent Lynch, Granbury, Texas Stormy Mullins, Mineral Wells, Texas Gerald Perry, Streetman, Texas Donna Pressly, Granbury, Texas Bobby Randolph, Springtown, Texas Adelaide Royer, Fort Worth, Texas Harry Smith, Fort Worth, Texas Kathy Welch, Weatherford, Texas Trey White, Crowley, Texas

Nancy Braesicke, Scurry, Texas Josh Donegan, Graford, Texas Mat Galliton, Weatherford, Texas Nancy Gill-Pardue, Weatherford, Texas Charley Grimes, Venus, Texas Robert Herod, Cleburne, Texas Kate Johnson, Fort Worth, Texas Becky Kegley, Peaster, Texas Roddy Lowrie, Weatherford, Texas

THANKS TO OUR MAJOR SPONSORS

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BREED ASSOCIATION DIRECTORY The following organizations will be providing registries, premium awards and/or sanctions for the 2020 Show. The Southwestern Exposition and Livestock Show expresses appreciation for their support.

HORSES

Southwestern Miniature Horse Club 3321 Springfield Rd. Springtown, TX 76082-6169 412-952-4166 Southwestern Donkey & Mule Society PO Box 869 Collinsville, TX 76233-0869 903-429-1410 Texas Paint Horse Club 1009 Briarcreek Dr. Arlington, TX 76012-1822 817-379-0655 Texas Palomino Exhibitors Association PO Box 26867 Benbrook, TX 76126-0867 817-597-6623 Texas Pony of the Americas Club PO Box 145 Lone Oak, TX 75453-0145 903-662-5087 Texas Quarter Horse Association

Lone Star Regulators 3401 Lipan Highway Granbury, TX 76048-4164 817-219-6775 Mustang Heritage Foundation PO Box 979 Georgetown, TX 78627-0979 512-869-3225 National Cutting Horse Association 260 Bailey Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76107-1862 817-244-6188 National ReinedCowHorse Association 1017 N. Highway 377 Pilot Point, TX 76258-3763 940-488-1500 National Reining Horse Association 3021 W. Reno Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73107-5302 405-946-7400 Palomino Horse Breeders of America 15253 E. Skelly Dr. Tulsa, OK 74116-2637 918-438-1234 Pony of the Americas Club 3828 S. Emerson Ave. Indianapolis, IN 46203-5923 317-788-0107

All Star Equestrian Foundation PO Box 892 Mansfield, TX 76063-0892 817-477-1437 American Donkey and Mule Society PO Box 1210 Lewisville, TX 75067-1210 972-219-0781 American Miniature Horse Association 5601 S. I-35W Alvarado, TX 76009-5941 817-783-5600 American Paint Horse Association PO Box 961023 Fort Worth, TX 76161-0023 817-834-2742 American Quarter Horse Association PO Box 200 Amarillo, TX 79168-0001 806-376-4811 Brazos Valley Cutters PO Box 839 Weatherford, TX 76086-0839 325-277-5330 Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association, Inc. PO Box 157 Roswell, NM 88202-0157 888-960-0003

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SCHEDULE OF HORSE EVENTS 2020 SCHEDULE OF HORSE EVENTS Horse Show Premium List Schedule will be followed as closely as possible. Schedule subject to change. MONDAY, JANUARY 13 10:00 a.m. – Chisholm Challenge for Special Riders – Justin Arena TUESDAY, JANUARY 14 8:00 a.m. – Chisholm Challenge for Special Riders – Justin Arena WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15 8:00 a.m. – Chisholm Challenge for Special Riders – Justin Arena THURSDAY, JANUARY 16 8:00 a.m. – AQHA Ranching Heritage Challenge – Justin Arena ( For more information, see Page 127) CLASSES WILL RUN CONCURRENTLY AS GROUPED 1781 – Ranching Heritage Challenge Working Ranch Horse, Open, 4 years old 1782 – Ranching Heritage Challenge Working Ranch Horse, Limited Open, 4 years old ****** 1791 – Ranching Heritage Challenge Working Ranch Horse, Open, 5 & 6 years old 1792 – Ranching Heritage Challenge Working Ranch Horse, Limited Open, 5 & 6 years old ****** 2789 – Ranching Heritage Challenge Working Ranch Horse, Amateur, 4 years and over 3789 – Ranching Heritage Challenge Working Ranch Horse, Level 1 (Novice) Amateur, 4 years and over ****** 1785 – Ranching Heritage Challenge Working Ranch Horse, Cowboy Class, 4 years and over ****** 2795 – Ranching Heritage Challenge Working Ranch Horse, Amateur, Limited, 4 years and over (Box-Drive-Box-Drive) 3795 – Ranching Heritage Challenge Working Ranch Horse, Level 1 (Novice) Amateur, Limited, 4 years and over ****** 4789 – Ranching Heritage Challenge Working Ranch Horse, Youth, 4 years and over 5789 – Ranching Heritage Challenge Working Ranch Horse, Level 1 (Novice) Youth, 4 years and over ****** 4795 – Ranching Heritage Challenge Working Ranch Horse, Youth, Limited, 4 years and over (Box-Drive-Box-Drive) 5795 – Ranching Heritage Challenge Working Ranch Horse, Level 1 (Novice) Youth, Limited, 4 years and over (AQHA Versatility Cutting Classes will begin 30 minutes after conclusion of the AQHA Ranching Heritage Challenge Classes) AQHA Versatility Ranch Horse Show – Justin Arena 1820 – Versatility Ranch Cutting

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2820 – Versatility Amateur Ranch Cutting 4820 – Versatility Youth Ranch Cutting 9:00 a.m . – AQHA Versatility Ranch Trail – Coliseum

(Trail classes will be held at will until 4:00 p.m.) 1810 – Versatility Ranch Trail

2810 – Versatility Amateur Ranch Trail 4810 – Versatility Youth Ranch Trail

SCHEDULE OF HORSE EVENTS FRIDAY, JANUARY 17 Priority Arena will be posted at Horse Show Stall office upon arrival.

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8:00 a.m. – AQHA Versatility Ranch Horse Show – Justin Arena 1830– Versatility RanchCowWork 2830– Versatility AmateurRanchCowWork

2850– Versatility AmateurRanchCowWork,Limited, (Box-Drive-Box-Drive) 4830– VersatilityYouth Ranch CowWork 4850– VersatilityYouth Ranch CowWork,Limited, (Box-Drive-Box-Drive) 1800– Versatility Ranch Riding

2800– Versatility AmateurRanch Riding 4800– Versatility Youth RanchRiding 1880– Versatility Ranch Conformation

2880– Versatility AmateurRanch Conformation 4880– Versatility Youth RanchConformation 9:00 a.m. – AQHA Versatility Ranch Horse Reining – Coliseum (Reining classes will be held at will until 2 p.m.) (For more information, see Page 135-142) 1840 – Versatility Ranch Reining

2840 – Versatility Amateur Ranch Reining 4840 – Versatility Youth Ranch Reining 7:30 p.m. – Best of the West Invitational Ranch Rodeo – Dickies Arena SATURDAY, JANUARY 18 8:00 a.m. – AQHA Ranch Horse Riding – Coliseum CLASSES WILL RUN CONCURRENTLY AS GROUPED 1430 – Ranch Riding, horses any age 1788 – Ranching Heritage Challenge Ranch Riding, 3 years and older ******* 2430 – Amateur Ranch Riding, horses any age

2788 – Ranching Heritage Challenge Ranch Riding, Amateur, 3 years and older ******* 4430 – Youth Ranch Riding, 18 and under 4788 – Ranching Heritage Challenge Ranch Riding, Youth, 3 years and older

11:00 a.m.– All Western Parade – Downtown Noon – Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo Heritage Sale – Justin Arena Featuring: AQHA Best of the Remuda Sale 64th Annual Select Breeders Quarter Horse Sale 7:30 p.m.– Best of the West Invitational Ranch Rodeo – Dickies Arena

STOCK SHOW GOES PINK TUESDAY JAN. 28

50% of the day’s rodeo ticket sales benefit the Susan G. Komen Greater Fort Worth Affiliate.

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SCHEDULE OF HORSE EVENTS

SUNDAY, JANUARY 19 9:00 a.m. – AQHA and NRCHA Working Cow Horse Classes – Justin Arena CLASSES WILL RUN CONCURRENTLY AS GROUPED

2160 – AQHA Amateur Working Cow Horse, any age 5 – NRCHA Working Cow Horse, Non Pro Bridle 6 – NRCHA Working Cow Horse, Intermediate Non Pro Bridle 7 – NRCHA Working Cow Horse, Novice Non Pro Bridle ******* 4160 – AQHA Youth Working Cow Horse, 18 and under 12 –NRCHA Youth Working Cow Horse, Youth Bridle ******* 4170 – AQHA Youth Working Cow Horse, Boxing Only 13 –NRCHA Youth Working Cow Horse, Youth Limited, Boxing Only ******* 9 – NRCHA Working Cow Horse, Non Pro Two Rein *******

3170 – AQHA Level 1 (Novice) Amateur Working Cow Horse, Boxing Only 10 –NRCHA Working Cow Horse, $5,000 Non Pro Limited, Boxing Only ******* 2170– AQHA Amateur Working Cow Horse, Boxing Only 11– NRCHA Working Cow Horse, Non Pro Limited, Boxing Only 9:00 a.m. – Cowboy Church provided by Shepherd’s Valley Cowboy Church – Auditorium Noon – Equine Public Speaking Challenge – Richardson-Bass Building – Room C (For more information, see page 86) 1:00 p.m. – Southwestern Exposition and Livestock Show, Invitational Ranch Horse Show and Sale – Coliseum 7:30 p.m. – Best of Mexico Celebración – Dickies Arena MONDAY, JANUARY 20 9:00 a.m. – AQHA and NRCHA Working Cow Horse Classes – Justin Arena CLASSES WILL RUN CONCURRENTLY AS GROUPED 1161– AQHA Junior Working Cow Horse, 5 years and under 1– NRCHA Working Cow Horse, Open Hackamore 2– NRCHA Working Cow Horse, Limited Open Hackamore ******* 1162– AQHA Senior Working Cow Horse, 6 years and over 3– NRCHA Working Cow Horse, Open Bridle 4– NRCHA Working Cow Horse, Limited Open Bridle ******* 8– NRCHA Working Cow Horse, Open Two Rein 9:00 a.m. – Equine I.Q. Contest – Richardson-Bass Building – Room C (For more information, see page 87) 2:00 p.m. – Cowboys of Color Rodeo – Dickies Arena TUESDAY, JANUARY 21 Dickies Day 9:00 a.m. – NCHA Cutting Classes – Justin Arena 1– Open Cutting Horse Contest 2– Non-Professional Cutting Horse Contest 3– $25,000 Limited Novice Cutting Horse Contest 4– $25,000 Novice Horse, Non-Professional Cutting Horse Contest 5– $50,000 Amateur Cutting Horse Contest 7:30 p.m. – Bulls ’ Night Out – PRCA Extreme Bull Riding – Dickies Arena WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22 9:00 a.m. – AQHA Quarter Horse Cutting Classes – Justin Arena

1141– Junior Cutting, 5 years & under 1142– Senior Cutting, 6 years & over 2140– Amateur Cutting 4140– Youth Cutting 7:30 p.m. – Bulls ’ Night Out – PRCA Extreme Bull Riding – Dickies Arena

SCHEDULE OF HORSE EVENTS THURSDAY, JANUARY 23 8:00 a.m. – Extreme Mustang Makeover presented by Lone Star Ag Credit – Coliseum 9:00 a.m. – Miniature Horse Classes – Justin Arena (FOR SHOW SCHEDULE, SEE PAGES 99-101) 7:30 p.m. – Rodeo X - Extreme Team Competition – Dickies Arena FRIDAY, JANUARY 24 8:00 a.m. – Extreme Mustang Makeover presented by Lone Star Ag Credit – Coliseum 9:00 a.m. – Miniature Horse Classes – Justin Arena (FOR SHOW SCHEDULE, SEE PAGES 99-101) 6:00 p.m. – Mustang Magic Celebrity Freestyle presented by Lone Star Ag Credit – Coliseum (This event requires an additional ticket.) 7:30 p.m. – FWSSR PRORODEO Tournament – Bracket 1 Round 1 – Dickies Arena SATURDAY, JANUARY 25 7:00 a.m. – Extreme Mustang Makeover presented by Lone Star Ag Credit – Coliseum 8:00 a.m. – Donkey and Mule Classes – Justin Arena (FOR SHOW SCHEDULE, SEE PAGES 89-92) 1:00 p.m. – Extreme Mustang Makeover – Live Auction – Coliseum 2:00 p.m. – FWSSR PRORODEO Tournament – Bracket 1 Round 2 – Dickies Arena 6:00 p.m. – Extreme Mustang Makeover – Top 10 Freestyle Finals – presented by Lone Star Ag Credit - followed by Mustang Auction of Top 10 – Coliseum (This event requires an additional ticket.) 7:30 p.m. – FWSSR PRORODEO Tournament – Bracket 2 Round 1– Dickies Arena SUNDAY, JANUARY 26 8:00 a.m. – PRCA Championship Rodeo Camp – Coliseum 9:00 a.m. – Donkey and Mule Halter and Performance Classes – Justin Arena (FOR SHOW SCHEDULE, SEE PAGES 89-92) 10:00 a.m. – Cowboy Church provided by Shepherd’s Valley Cowboy Church – Auditorium 1:00 p.m. – American Bucking Bull, Inc. Camp – Coliseum 2:00 p.m. – FWSSR PRORODEO Tournament – Bracket 2 Round 2 – Dickies Arena TUESDAY JAN. 21 DICKIES DAY Sponsored by

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Wear your Dickies ® apparel and enjoy complimentary grounds admission!

EXERCISE ARENAS Exercise arenas are available in the Will Rogers Equestrian Center. The John Justin Arena and Will Rogers Coliseum will also be open for exercising horses when available. Please see Horse Show Stall Office for availability.

SCHEDULE OF HORSE EVENTS MONDAY, JANUARY 27 9:00 a.m. – Quarter Horse Team Roping Classes – Justin Arena

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AQHA Classes 1221 – Junior Dally Team Roping (Heading) 1241– Junior Dally Team Roping (Heeling) 2220– Amateur Dally Team Roping (Heading) (exhibitor must be 19 or over) 2240– Amateur Dally Team Roping (Heeling) (exhibitor must be 19 or over)

1222– Senior Dally Team Roping (Heading) 1242– Senior Dally Team Roping (Heeling) Ranching Heritage Challenge classes are not eligible for Western Horseman Timed Event Challenge or Jud Little Ranch “Fast Five” 1794– Ranching Heritage Challenge Team Roping, 4 years and over 2794– Ranching Heritage Challenge Amateur Team Roping, 4 years and over

5:00 p.m. – FWSSR Fiddle Showdown – West Arena (For more information see page 96) 6:00 p.m. – Western Horseman Timed Event Challenge – Team Roping – Justin Arena Jud Little Ranch “Fast Five” Top 65 Team Ropers 7:30 p.m. – FWSSR PRORODEO Tournament – Bracket 3 Round 1 – Dickies Arena TUESDAY, JANUARY 28 Stock Show Goes Pink 9:00 a.m. – POA Horse Halter and Performance Classes – Coliseum (FOR SHOW SCHEDULE, SEE PAGES 123-125) 9:00 a.m. – Quarter Horse Tie-down Roping Classes – Justin Arena AQHA Classes 1181– Junior Tie-down Roping 2180 – Amateur Tie-down Roping (exhibitor must be 19 or over) 1182 – Senior Tie-down Roping Women’s Invitational Breakaway Roping presented by Western Horseman (Featuring the Top 5 Women’s Professional Rodeo Association Breakaway Ropers) 6:00 p.m. – Western Horseman Timed Event Challenge – Tie-down Roping – Justin Arena Women’s Invitational Breakaway Roping presented by Western Horseman – Finals Jud Little Ranch “Fast Five” Top 65 Tie-down Ropers 7:30 p.m. – FWSSR PRORODEO Tournament – Bracket 3 Round 2 – Dickies Arena WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29 9:00 a.m. – POA Horse Performance Classes – Coliseum (FOR SHOW SCHEDULE, SEE PAGES 123-125) 10:00 a.m. – Cowboy Mounted Shooting – Justin Arena (FOR MORE INFORMATION, SEE PAGE 121) 7:30 p.m. – FWSSR PRORODEO Tournament – Bracket 4, Round 1 – Dickies Arena

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SCHEDULE OF HORSE EVENTS THURSDAY, JANUARY 30 TCU Day 9:00 a.m. – NRHA and Quarter Reining Horse Classes – Justin Arena CLASSES WILL RUN CONCURRENTLY AS GROUPED NRHA Class 1 – Rookie Level II * * * *  BREAK – 10 MINUTES * * * * NRHA Classes 2 – Novice Horse, Open, Level II 3 – Novice Horse, Non-Pro, Level II 4 – Open 5 – Limited Open AQHA Class 1340 – Reining, horses any age * * * *  BREAK – 10 MINUTES * * * * NRHA Classes 6 – Non-Pro 7 – Limited Non-Pro AQHA Class 2340 – Amateur Reining * * * *  BREAK – 10 MINUTES * * * * NRHA Classes 8 – Youth, 13 and under 9 – Youth, 14 to 18 AQHA Classes 4347 – Youth Reining, 13 and under 4348 – Youth Reining, 14 to 18 9:00 a.m. – Paint Horse Reining and Ranch Classes – Coliseum 48 – Ranch Trail, all ages * * * *  BREAK – 10 MINUTES * * * * NRHA Classes

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83 – Amateur Ranch Trail, all ages 122 – Youth Ranch Trail, 18 & under * * * *  BREAK – 10 MINUTES * * * * 43 – Ranch Rail Pleasure, all ages 77 – Amateur Ranch Rail Pleasure, all ages 116 – Youth Ranch Rail Pleasure, 18 & under * * * *  BREAK – 10 MINUTES * * * * 44 – Ranch Riding 78 – Amateur Ranch Riding 117 – Youth Ranch Riding, 18 & under * * * *  BREAK – 10 MINUTES * * * * 37 – Ranch Reining 73 – Amateur Ranch Reining, all ages 126 – Youth Ranch Reining, 18 & under * * * *  BREAK – 10 MINUTES * * * * 36 – Reining, all ages 36A – Solid Paint Bred, Reining, all ages

72 – Amateur Reining 125 – Youth Reining, 18 & under

5:00 p.m. – Stock Show Bowl - Varsity Equestrian Competition TCU vs. Delaware State University – Justin Arena 7:30 p.m. – FWSSR PRORODEO Tournament – Bracket 4 Round 2 – Dickies Arena

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SCHEDULE OF HORSE EVENTS FRIDAY, JANUARY 31 8:00 a.m. – Paint Horse Performance Classes – Justin Arena

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(Trail Warm Up will be held Thursday night following the Varsity Equestrian Competition until 6:00 a.m. Friday morning in the Justin Arena) 142 – Walk Trot Trail, 5 to 10 years old 45 – Green Trail, all ages 136 – Novice Youth Trail, 18 & under 120 – Youth Trail, 13 & under 100 – Amateur Walk Trot Trail, all ages 95 – Novice Amateur Trail 121 – Youth Trail, 18 & under 46 – Junior Trail, 5 years & under 82 – Amateur Masters Trail, 45 & over 81 – Amateur Trail, all ages 47 – Senior Trail, 6 years & over * * * * BREAK – 20 MINUTES * * * * 38 – Green Western Riding, all ages

113 – Youth Western Riding, 18 & under 74 – Amateur Western Riding, all ages 39 – Western Riding, all ages 143 – Youth Lead Line, 3 to 8 141 – Walk Trot Western Horsemanship, 5 to 10 140 – Walk Trot Western Pleasure, 5 to 10 40 – Green Western Pleasure, all ages 132 – Novice Youth Western Pleasure, 18 & under 114 – Youth Western Pleasure, 13 & under 115 – Youth Western Pleasure, 18 & under 98 – Amateur Walk Trot Western Pleasure, all ages 94 – Novice Amateur Western Pleasure 76 – Amateur Masters Western Pleasure, all ages 75 – Amateur Western Pleasure, all ages 41 – Junior Western Pleasure, 5 years & under 42 – Senior Western Pleasure, 6 years & over 133 – Novice Youth Western Horsemanship, 18 & under 118 – Youth Western Horsemanship, 13 & under 119 – Youth Western Horsemanship, 18 & under 99 – Amateur Walk Trot Western Horsemanship, all ages 96 – Novice Amateur Western Horsemanship 80 – Amateur Masters Western Horsemanship, 45 & over 79 – Amateur Western Horsemanship, all ages

1 0:00 a.m. – Ranch Work Championships – Coliseum (For more information see page 147) 7:30 p.m. – FWSSR PRORODEO Tournament – Bracket 5 Round 1 – Dickies Arena SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1 9:00 a.m. – Paint Horse Performance Classes – Justin Arena

138 – Walk Trot Hunt Seat Equitation, 5 to 10 137 – Walk Trot Hunter Under Saddle, 5 to 10 53 – Green Hunter Under Saddle, all ages 134 – Novice Youth Hunter Under Saddle, 18 & under 127 – Youth Hunter Under Saddle, 13 & under 128 – Youth Hunter Under Saddle, 18 & under 101 – Amateur Walk Trot Hunter Under Saddle, all ages 92 – Novice Amateur Hunter Under Saddle 88 – Amateur Masters Hunter Under Saddle, 45 & over 87 – Amateur Hunter Under Saddle, all ages 54 – Hunter Under Saddle, all ages

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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, continued 135– Novice Youth Hunt Seat Equitation, 18 & under 129 – Youth Hunt Seat Equitation, 13 & under 130 – Youth Hunt Seat Equitation, 18 & under 102 – Amateur Walk Trot Hunt Seat Equitation, all ages 93 – Novice Amateur Hunt Seat Equitation 90 – Amateur Masters Hunt Seat Equitation, 45 & over 89 – Amateur Hunt Seat Equitation, all ages

1:00 p.m. – North Texas High School Rodeo Association Scholarship Rodeo – Coliseum 2:00 p.m. – FWSSR PRORODEO Tournament – Bracket 5 Round 2 – Dickies Arena 7:30 p.m. – FWSSR PRORODEO Tournament – Bracket 6 Round 1– Dickies Arena SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 2 9:00 a.m. – Paint Horse Halter & Showmanship Classes – Justin Arena 103 – Youth Halter Mares, all ages 104 – Youth Performance Halter Mares, all ages 105 – Youth Grand Champion Halter Mare 106 – Youth Reserve Grand Champion Halter Mare 107 – Youth Halter Geldings, all ages 108 – Youth Performance Halter Geldings, all ages 109 – Youth Grand Champion Halter Gelding

110 – Youth Reserve Grand Champion Halter Gelding 139 – Walk Trot Showmanship at Halter, 5 to 10 years 131 – Novice Youth Showmanship at Halter, 18 & under 111 – Youth Showmanship at Halter, 13 & under 112 – Youth Showmanship at Halter, 18 & under 97 – Amateur Walk Trot Showmanship at Halter. all ages 65 – Amateur Junior Halter Geldings, 2 years & under 66 – Amateur Senior Halter Geldings, 3 years & over 67 – Amateur Performance Halter Geldings, all ages 68 – Amateur Grand Champion Halter Gelding 69 – Amateur Reserve Grand Champion Halter Gelding 23 – Geldings, Yearling 91 – Novice Amateur Showmanship at Halter 71 – Amateur Masters Showmanship at Halter 70 – Amateur Showmanship at Halter 24 – Geldings, 2 years old 25 – Geldings, 3 years old 26 – Geldings, 4 years & over 27 – Performance Halter Geldings, all ages 28 – Grand Champion Halter Gelding 29 – Reserve Grand Champion Halter Gelding 60 – Amateur Junior Halter Mares, 2 years & under 61 – Amateur Senior Halter Mares, 3 years & over 62 – Amateur Performance Halter Mares, all ages 63 – Amateur Grand Champion Halter Mare 64 – Amateur Reserve Grand Champion Halter Mare 12 – Mares, Yearling 13 – Mares, 2 years old 14 – Mares, 3 years old 15 – Mares, 4 years & over 16 – Performance Halter Mares, all ages 17 – Grand Champion Halter Mare 18 – Reserve Grand Champion Halter Mare 55 – Amateur Junior Halter Stallions, 2 years & under 56 – Amateur Senior Halter Stallions, 3 years & over 57 – Amateur Performance Halter Stallions, all ages 58 – Amateur Grand Champion Halter Stallion 59 – Amateur Reserve Grand Champion Halter Stallion 19 – Solid Paint Bred Junior Mares, 2 years & under 20 – Solid Paint Bred Senior Mares, 3 years & over 21 – Grand Champion Solid Paint Bred Halter Mare 22 – Reserve Grand Champion Solid Paint Bred Halter Mare

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1 – Stallions, Yearling 2 – Stallions, 2 years old 3 – Stallions, 3 years old 4 – Stallions, 4 years & older 5 – Performance Halter Stallions, all ages 6 – Grand Champion Halter Stallion 7 – Reserve Grand Champion Halter Stallion

30 – Solid Paint Bred Junior Geldings, 2 years & under 31 – Solid Paint Bred Senior Geldings, 3 years & over 32 – Grand Champion Solid Paint Bred Halter Gelding 33 – Reserve Grand Champion Solid Paint Bred Halter Gelding 8 – Solid Paint Bred Junior Stallions, 2 years & under 9 – Solid Paint Bred Senior Stallions, 3 years & over 10 – Grand Champion Solid Paint Bred Halter Stallion 11 – Reserve Grand Champion Solid Paint Bred Halter Stallion

34 – Overo Color, 1 year & older, all sexes 35 – Tobiano Color, 1 year & older, all sexes 10:00 a.m. – Cowboy Church provided by Shepherd’s Valley Cowboy Church – Auditorium Noon – Texas Invitational Escaramuza Competition – Coliseum 2:00 p.m. – FWSSR PRORODEO Tournament – Bracket 6 Round 2 – Dickies Arena

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3 Military Appreciation Day 9:00 a.m. – Paint and Quarter Horse Barrel Race Classes – Justin Arena APHA Classes 49 – Barrel Race, all ages 84 – Amateur Barrel Race, all ages 50 – Solid Paint Bred Barrel Race, all ages

85 – Amateur Solid Paint Bred Barrel Race, all ages 123 – Youth Barrel Race, 18 & under

AQHA Class 1282 – Senior Barrel Race, 6 years & over Ranching Heritage Challenge Classes are not eligible for Barrel Horse News Timed Event Challenge or Jud Little Ranch “Fast Five” 1793 – Ranching Heritage Challenge Barrel Race, 4 years & over 2793 – Ranching Heritage Challenge Amateur Barrel Race, 4 years & over 4793 – Ranching Heritage Challenge Youth Barrel Race, 4 years & over 7:30 p.m. – FWSSR PRORODEO Tournament – Bracket 7 Round 1 – Dickies Arena TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4 9:00 a.m. – Quarter Horse Barrel Race Classes – Justin Arena AQHA Classes 1281 – Junior Barrel Race, 5 years & under 2280 – Amateur Barrel Race (exhibitor must be 19 or over) 4280 – Youth Barrel Race, 18 & under 10:00 a.m. – Rafter G Bucking Bull Sale – Coliseum 6:00 p.m. – Barrel Horse News Timed Event Challenge – Barrel Race – Justin Arena Jud Little Ranch “Fast Five” Top 65 Barrel Racers 7:30 p.m. – FWSSR PRORODEO Tournament – Bracket 7 Round 2 – Dickies Arena

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