PINTO WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW
June 8-20, 2020 / Tulsa, OK
Many Pinto horses, ponies, miniatures, and long ears will compete to be champions at the 55th Pinto World Championship show, held June 8 - 20 at the Built Ford Tough Livestock complex in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
No qualification necessary!
Over $350,000 in Awards and $30,000 in payouts!
Join us for 13 days, over 700 classes for all types and disciplines, World and Reserve title buckles, High Point Awards in all divisions, special events throughout, all in a fun, family-friendly atmosphere!
Produced by the Pinto Horse Association of America Inc., the Pinto World Championship will showcase many types of equine, from pleasure horse to utility, from color to solid, even long ear. And we also have minis and ponies.
NSBA dual approved classes
Amateur classes for three age groups
Youth classes for two age groups
Walk-trot and Novice classes for Youth and Amateurs
NEW THIS YEAR • ADDED PAYOUTS
Color World Series by Appaloosa Pleasure Horse Association
WCHA Stakes Class
Valley Vet Supply Yearling Versatility Challenge
Call (405) 491-0111 ext. 216 for more information about these added payouts.
2019 PWC COVERAGE
Top Notch equines competed at the Pinto World Championship® show
Tulsa, Okla., June 10-22, 2019 – A wide array of Pinto horses, ponies, miniatures, mules and donkeys vied to be champions at the 54th Pinto World Championship®, held June 10 - 22 at the Built Ford Tough Livestock complex in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Exhibitors and their equines traveled far to earn an array of awards and world champion titles.
This year the Built Ford Tough Livestock Complex at Expo Square played host to 1,336 Pintos and more than 2,345 exhibitors from 43 states and three Canadian provinces. This year, the PWC had over 39,200* judged class entries. Produced by the Pinto Horse Association of America Inc., the Pinto World Championship® showcased many disciplines for just about every type of equine.
This year’s PWC was filled with great awards with an estimate of $325,000. Awards included: ARC saddles and bridles, Gist Silversmiths belt buckles, rosette and neck ribbons, trophies, Kensington products, Herron’s Tack driving carts and harnesses, and Tioga Territory Jackets and Vests. Payouts for the 2019 PWC estimated to $29,400 awarded to Charity Walk/Trot, Color World Series Futurity and National Snaffle Bit winners.
“We enjoy awarding top quality prizes to talented equine and exhibitors each year. We were excited to welcome so many new faces and equine to their first Pinto World Championship® show,” said Darrell Bilke, PtHA® Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. “Our Corporate Partners step up to the plate each year with the awards we give out; we could not thank them enough.”
Proving the Pinto World Championship® isn’t all about equine competition, many special family-friendly activities were held during the two-week show in Tulsa, Okla. These included: The Pinto Party Cookout Sponsored by George’s Foods, with free food and drinks; The Youth and Amateur Ice Cream Social, The PWC Costume Class and the PWC Dog Show. The show and The Tulsa Chamber also hosted a reception for The Red Hat Society.
This year, the Pinto Heritage Foundation Challenged Rider’s Leadline class gave challenged riders a chance to win a world champion buckle in front of their family and friends. Eight proud World Champions walked away with this year’s shiniest buckle from Gist Silversmiths. The Pinto Heritage Foundation also was able to raise $750 towards the Youth Scholarship Fund during the new Miniature Barrel Racing Calcutta Fundraiser.
As always, we look forward to seeing our exhibitors at our upcoming events. The 2019 Color Breed Congress® will be held Nov. 1-9. The Long Ear Congress, The All Breed Ranch Horse Congress, and The New AMHR/PtHA® Miniature Horse Shows will all be held in conjunction with the Color Breed Congress. The 2020 Pinto World Championship® Show will be tentatively held on June 8 – 20. The Built Ford Livestock Complex, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, will host both events.
Incorporated in 1956, the Pinto Horse Association of America was formed to encourage the promotion of quality horses, ponies and miniatures with color and to establish a registry for maintaining their show records and pedigrees. Currently, the association serves over 78,000 members and boasts more than 155,000 registered Pintos.
For more information about the 2019 Pinto World Championship® and for complete results, please visit www.pintoworld.com. To learn more about the Association, visit www.pinto.org or call the PtHA® headquarters (405) 491-0111.
*Four judges evaluate each World Championship class, plus the average card.