The Western Horseman Stock Horse World Championship is held the last weekend in October in Abilene, Texas. Stock Horse World Champions will be crowned in all seven SHT divisions. This show is open to ANY exhibitor – you do not need to qualify!
There will be 2 complete shows (one on Friday and one on Saturday) with placings and awards for each day. Points earned on both days of competition are added together to determine the Stock Horse World Champions.
The 2016 Western Horseman Stock Horse World Championship featured more than 200 horses and 1,300-plus entries, as well as a Futurity and Derby aged event. For more information on the Stock Horse Futurity and Derby, click here.
--- WORLD SHOW SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES ---
During the Stock Horse World Championships, more than $60,000 of cash and prizes will be awarded. Sponsorships are available for individual divisions or specific prizes at the World Show.
Certain levels of sponsorship include arena banners, booth space and advertising in the World Show program. Contact the SHTX office at 855-846-7468 for more information.
--- WORLD SHOW PROGRAM ADVERTISING ---
Showcase your business or wish your friends good luck in the Stock Horse World Championship Program. Programs are handed out free of charge at the Stock Horse World Championship.
Full page ad: $500
Half page ad: $250
Quarter page ad: $150
If you are interested in advertising, contact the SHOT office (855-846-7468) no later than Oct. 1.
Get more info here!
--- WORLD SHOW TRADE SHOW ---
A limited number of booths are available at the Stock Horse World Show. Booth space is reserved for sponsors first, and remaining booth space is sold for $100.
--- WORLD SHOW PHOTOGRAPHER ---
Willie Gomez Photography is the official photographer of the Stock Horse World Championship. Photos can be purchased on site. Proofs are available here.
Congratulations to the 2016 Stock Horse World Champions!
Open: Cowpony Express, shown by Mike Major, owned by Diamond JK Ranches
Non Pro: Smart Lil Redman and Jayton Baca
Limited Non Pro: The Dream Senorita and Emily Woodard
Intermediate: Conchos Colonel and Peggy Hughes
Novice: TAMU Reyette Olena and Anissa Cervera, owned by Texas A&M University
Junior Horse: Cattasan and Matlock Rice, owned by Susan Rice
Youth: Jac Smart and Teghan Brooks
Collegiate Team: Texas Tech Ranch Horse Team