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FutureSWRHA Futurity Dates
Oct 25-30 2016
Oct 24-29 2017 

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Hardy Murphy Coliseum Ardmore, Oklahoma
October 20-30, 2016
2016 SWRHA Futurity Schedule

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2016 SWRHA Futurity Webcast
(10-25 to 10-30)


Awards for Top Paints at the 2016 Southwest Reining Horse Association Futurity

The American Paint Horse Association is partnering with the Southwest Reining Horse Association, giving exhibitors riding registered Paint Horses the opportunity to earn extra awards along with 2017 APHA World Championship Show qualification credit.

Top-finishing Paint Horse exhibitors at the 2016 SWRHA Futurity will be awarded custom Gist Silversmiths trophy buckles in the following six classes:
  • Open Futurity
  • Non-Pro Futurity
  • Open
  • Non-Pro
  • Rookie
  • Youth
"We're so pleased to welcome the American Paint Horse Association to the Southwest Futurity," said Cheryl Magoteaux Cody, whose Pro Management, Inc runs the event. "Thanks to APHA some great Paint reining horses will get extra recognition and extra awards. We so appreciate being a part of this great program!"

The annual event is scheduled for October 20-30 at Hardy Murphy Coliseum in Ardmore, Oklahoma. The SWRHA Futurity and Show features more than $114,000 added money in the futurity classes, as well as a brand-new Rookie Challenge sponsored by Lucas Oil and Protect the Harvest.
All Paints that compete at this year's SWRHA Futurity are eligible to use the show as qualification for the 2017 APHA World Championship Show. In 2017, the World Show takes place September 20-30.

This November, more than $40,000 is up for grabs in reining events alone at the 2016 APHA World Show, set for November 2­-12 in Fort Worth, Texas. That includes world championship classes for Open (Junior & Senior), Amateurs and Novice Amateurs, as well as added-money classes for 3-year-olds (Open & Non-Pro) and 4-, 5- & 6-year-old horses (Open & Non-Pro).

"I hope Paint Horses, owners and exhibitors join us in Fort Worth in November for even more great prizes, cash and recognition at the APHA World Show," Director of Youth and Awards Christine Henry said. "To get the whole scoop, visit apha.com/oawcs."

The SWRHA is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of the reining horse, including breeding, training and exhibition. For more information about the Southwest Reining Horse Association or the SWRHA Futurity, call 580-759-2929 or visit www.swrha.com.