Colt Starting Demo To Be Presented During NRHA Futurity

On Saturday, December 7, Clinton will present a colt starting demonstration at the NRHA Futurity & Adequan North American Affiliate Championship at the Oklahoma State Fair Park in Oklahoma City. The demonstration will begin at 8 a.m. in Arena 6, and doors will open at 7:30 a.m.


The demo will showcase groundwork exercises Clinton uses to prepare young horses for a safe first ride. Once in the saddle, Clinton will detail the steps he takes to allowing the horse to get comfortable with a rider on his back and the beginning stages of steering and body control. 


Tickets are available online in advance at or can be purchased at the door. General Admission tickets are $20. With the purchase of any ticket, spectators will be granted entrance into the NRHA Futurity Open Finals later that day at 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. in the Coliseum. For fans wishing to sit close to the action, NRHA will offer a limited number of arena-floor bleacher seats for $30. Fans in these "up-close seats" will have the advantage of getting in line first for Clinton's autograph signing following the demonstration. 


During the demo, Clinton will give away a Colt Starting Series ($599 retail value) to one lucky audience member. The training kit is filled with 11 DVDs and 26 Arena Mates. In the Colt Starting Series, Clinton covers every aspect of starting a young horse from catching a wild horse to safely walking, trotting and cantering on a loose rein both in the arena and on the trail. The series is filled with countless success tips, safety precautions and troubleshooting advice. There will be other giveaways during the demo to look forward to as well.


About the NRHA Futurity & Adequan North American Affiliate Championship:
It's the most elite reining event in the world with more than 3,000 entries competing for nearly $2 million in cash and prizes. More than 1,300 horses and 127,000 visitors come from nearly 20 countries to compete and watch the excitement unfold. During its 10-day run, the show contributes more than $67 million to the overall Oklahoma City economy. Go to for more information or purchase tickets here.

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