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World Reining Trophy 2004 Sets New Category 1 Added Money Record!

Press Release


Mooslargue, France will be the place to be June 8 through 13, 2004. The first World Reining Trophy 2004 show has been National Reining Horse Association approved and at stake is $176,288 (US Funds) in added money. Four National Reining Horse Association approved classes are part of the line up and include an National Reining Horse Association $125,920 added Open, $6,296 added Intermediate Open, $37,776 added Non Pro, and a $6,296 added Intermediate Non Pro. Daniel Straumann and his Mooslargue Showmanagement team will oversee the show.

This new event, along with the response to the new programs that National Reining Horse Association introduced for 2004, attest to the popularity that the sport is enjoying worldwide. “The World Reining Trophy 2004 has created a great deal of excitement within the National Reining Horse Association and the sport of Reining. This is the largest added money Category #1 event in National Reining Horse Association history! Given the added money and the overall growth that reining is experiencing in Europe, the World Reining Trophy 2004 will have a tremendous impact on the sport, as well as the 2004 National Reining Horse Association World Championships,” enthused National Reining Horse Association Executive Director Dan Wall.

For World Reining Trophy 2004 information and nominations contact the event’s Show Office: Dirk Braun: 49-421-6530-854.

The National Reining Horse Association is the governing body of the sport of Reining, responsible for promoting the sport, working to ensure the highest standards of competition. With corporate support from Cinch, Cowboy Central, Profile Nutrition, Horse & Rider magazine, Markel Insurance, Oklahoma City Convention and Visitors Bureau, Quarter Horse News, Kiser Arena Specialists, Houston Embryo Transfer Center, Classic Equine, Bloomer Trailer Mfg., Cowboy Tack, John Vance Auto Group, and LaQuinta Inns & Suites, the National Reining Horse Association continues to educate its members and the public about Reining. For information on the National Reining Horse Association or the sport of Reining visit www.nrha.com or call 405-946-7400.
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