In recent years the Tulsa Reining Classic has grown to be a super-show of massive import. Besides the array of Limited Age events, the US Equestrian Reining Championships, the National Reining Horse Association South Central Affiliate Region Finals, and double slate of ancillary classes, there are tremendous learning opportunities.
This year one such key event will be the Non Pro Clinic with Matt Mills set for Friday, September 1 and it will present a remarkable opportunity to learn from an NRHA Professional who is a great motivator and proven trainer. Consistent NRHA Top 20 Professional Matt Mills is a multiple finalist at NRHA major events and has also been a successful Non Pro and youth coach over the years.
Cheryl Cody of the Tulsa Reining Classic Show Manager said, “Matt is the consummate professional – not only is he able to achieve success in the arena – for example as in being part of the Gold Medal Team USA in World Equestrian Game competition – but he is also able to successfully coach and help others. We are very happy to welcome him back as coach of the Non Pro Clinic this year!”
Mills said, “I’m excited to be selected to do the Non Pro clinic at the Tulsa Reining Classic. I really enjoy the challenge of helping Non Pro riders reach their goals and I have coached several very successful youth and Non Pro riders over my career. My first trainer as a youth rider emphasized the basics of good horsemanship and I believe a good foundation is the key to a successful Non Pro. I have spent considerable time developing a series of “real life” training videos for all riders that emphasizes good communication and helps understand the reason behind the training. I’m really looking forward to sharing my knowledge with a great group of Non Pros!”
The clinic will start at 4 pm in the Super Duty Arena and admission is free!
Entering is Easy!
$10,000 Added Up for Grabs in Adequan USEF Championship
Sponsored by Markel
There is $10,000 Added up for grabs in the 2017 Adequan US Equestrian Championship at the Tulsa Reining Classic sponsored by Markel. It’s a great title and impressive credential on a horse’s record, plus the CRI3* run concurrently with the championship (open to everyone) will help fulfill the requirement for qualifying for a team at the upcoming Tryon World Equestrian Games.
Entering is easy for the USEF Championship! All riders need to be Senior active USEF Member and USA Reining members in good standing with the owner an active member in good standing and the horse must be recorded with USEF and USA Reining (annual or lifetime).
Normal FEI conditions determine entry in the FEI event run concurrently.
Visit the Tulsa Reining Classic website to find the entry forms and enter today. The championship and CRI3^ take place on Friday, September1.