The NSBA World Championship Show has concluded in Tulsa, Oklahoma and according to everyone, it was huge and the pattern classes are at least three times larger than last year.
"They had to move the start time each day up to 7 am to accommodate the large numbers," says Jenna Dempze, who was NSBA Reserve World Champion in the Two Year-Old Non Pro on Friday. "It's been very busy at The Galyean barn with lots of classes everyday; first thing in the morning and the last one of the evening. Tomorrow is another busy day; we have hopes of bringing home more hardware!"
Highpoint trainer, Brad Ost says that the NSBA World is one of his favorite horse shows. "The size of classes are great, and the classes are extremely competitive, not only the rail classes but the horsemanship, showmanship, and trail. Every class also has a decent pay out which is a huge incentive for every discipline."