2013 marks the eighth annual NSBA World Championship Show where all-breed exhibitors will compete over six days in various pleasure horse events and disciplines. From August 13-18, equestrians in 108 World Show classes will compete for awards and prize money.
SUCCEED is proud to be a part of this celebration of the pleasure horse for the third year in a row, as a Gold Sponsor of the World Show and a co-sponsor of the Heroes on Horses event.
Over 30 prize packages, each including a 60-day supply of SUCCEED Digestive Conditioning Program, will be awarded to class winners throughout the show.
New at the NSBA World Show in 2013
Since 2012, NSBA has added a couple of new classes to the list of events including Open Ranch Horse Pleasure, Non Pro Ranch Horse Pleasure, RWD Showmanship At Halter, RWD Western Horsemanship, and RWD Hunt Seat Equitation.
It seems that the NSBA World Show continues to grow year after year, making it an exciting event to look forward to and something any horse lover can enjoy.
Special Events to Look Out For at NSBA Worlds
Heroes on Horses, Saturday, August 17 – SUCCEED is proud to co-sponsor this event for the third year in a row. Heroes on Horses honors our veterans and wounded, active-duty service men and women and the horses that are helping them heal. They compete in walk/jog western pleasure, often with horses borrowed from local therapeutic programs.
Riders with Disabilities – includes five different classes that include independent and supported riding in Western and Hunter disciplines. The guidelines are adapted from the AQHA Equestrians with Disabilities and Special Olympics Summer Sport Rules.
SUCCEED is also a proud sponsor of NSBA Hall of Fame rider, trainer, and breeder Nancy Sue Ryan and her champion hunter under saddle horses. Nancy Sue and her daughter Courtney Suzanne Ryan will be competing at NSBA Worlds with their Show Stop Farm horses.
Interested in learning more about SUCCEED or signing up to try it risk-free for 60 days? Stop by the Show Stop Farm stall area to pick up some literature or speak with Nancy Sue and Courtney.