Come to the Pinto World Championship Horse Show at Tulsa’s Expo Square to witness the largest gathering of Pinto horses, ponies and miniatures on Earth. Exhibitors will compete in a wide range of disciplines including Western, English, driving, pleasure, halter, roping, speed events and trial. Just for fun, guests can also enjoy a costume class, dog show, ice cream social and cookout. Special events each night showcase the versatility and beauty of the Pinto. A large trade show will also be on the grounds featuring tack, gift items and more. There is no charge to watch the show or browse through the vendor booths, so come to the Pinto World Championship Horse Show to see these beautiful equines in action.
The American Quarter Horse Association brings together four ranch-horse shows in one great competition at the 2018 Zoetis AQHA Versatility Ranch Horse World Championships, Zoetis AQHA Ranching Heritage Challenge Finals. For additional information, visit www.AQHA.com.
Get ready for edge of your seat action at the American Heritage in Duncan. Held at the Stephens County Fairgrounds and hosted by American Bucking Bull Inc., this three-day event features yearling, junior, cowgirl, limited and open futurities. After all the action, stick around for a delicious dinner followed by the yearling sale. This event will wrap up with an awards ceremony and derby. For additional information, visit www.americanbuckingbull.com.
Go nuts at the Pecan Festival in Okmulgee. This three-day event offers something for the entire family, with a carnival, turtle races and a pet parade, food vendors, arts and crafts vendors, a local barbecue competition, and musical entertainment. Don’t miss out on the fun in Historic Downtown Okmulgee.
This two-day, family-friendly festival kicks off on Friday with a bank robbery at high noon, followed by a spectacular parade and rodeo. Launch your Saturday morning bright and early with a 5K, followed by a train robbery and jailbreak. This fun event also features several food booths, a costume and cute baby contest, dog races, skillet toss and a cook-off for both the adults and kids. Visit www.wilburtonchamber.com for more information.
Make your way to Pauls Valley for the 19th Annual Okie Noodling Tournament. This event features concerts, food and more! Be sure to visit www.okienoodling.com for additional information.
The Cattlemen’s Convention, an annual gathering in Pawhuska, showcases Oklahoma’s unique Western heritage with numerous cowboy-themed events. Join the citizens of Pawhuska and visitors from the surrounding area for a Western trade show, street dance and demonstrations of steer roping. Feast on piping hot barbecue, sign up for a ranch tour or dance the night away under the open skies above Pawhuska to live Western music. Don’t miss what is perhaps the most popular event at Pawhuska’s Cattlemen’s Convention, Ben Johnson Memorial Steer Roping, which is held on the last day. Call 918-287-4170 for more information.
Attend the Oklahoma Dressage Society Show at Claremore Expo Center for a pool of equestrian talent. See riders and horses compete for top marks in a series of difficult tests at this spring showcase. Witness horses perform a series of bouncy walks and trots in a memorized sequence, an impressive feat to all watching from the stands. Visit www.dressageoklahoma.org for additional information.
Come on out every Wednesday at 9 a.m., where we will be selling calves, yearlings, bulls, pairs and cows. For additional information, visit www.solallc.com or call 580-436-5033.
Visit the Lazy E Arena in Guthrie for the annual Oklahoma State 4-H Horse Show. This is the biggest equine event of the year for four-leaf clover riders. The state’s youth will be grouped into three age groups including 9 to 11 year olds, 12 to 14 year olds and 15 to 19 year olds. Competitive events include barrel racing, showmanship, trail, flags, English, pole bending, stakes, Western, Western pleasure, English and more. Cheer on Oklahoma’s 4-H members at the State 4-H Horse Show.