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2011 Ranch Sorting National Championships start June 26

Ranch sorting and team penning competitors from all across the U.S. will flock to the Hardy Murphy Coliseum in Ardmore, OK, June 26 for the Ranch Sorting National Championships.

AQHA team penning and ranch sorting classes will be held on June 26, beginning promptly at 1 p.m., and open, amateur and youth classes will be available. The AQHA classes will be a double show and double judged, meaning that twice the amount of points is available. The RSNC Finals will start June 27.|

Entries for the AQHA event close at 11:30 a.m., June 26. To avoid confusion at the show, pre-enter at http://www.sortingcow.com. The entries are $33 for open and amateur classes and $23 for youth classes. Be sure to bring your registration papers, current membership card, Coggin’s and health certificates. All of this will be checked at the show.

Almost 4,000 teams competed at the 2010 RSNC. The RSNC has been existence for less than five years and has over 11,000 members. The RSNC truly represents a diverse group of competitors – contestants from New York to Florida to California will make their way to Ardmore for the 2011 RSNC.

Ranch sorting and team penning competitors from all across the U.S. will flock to the Hardy Murphy Coliseum in Ardmore, OK, June 26 for the Ranch Sorting National Championships.

AQHA team penning and ranch sorting classes will be held on June 26, beginning promptly at 1 p.m., and open, amateur and youth classes will be available. The AQHA classes will be a double show and double judged, meaning that twice the amount of points is available. The RSNC Finals will start June 27.|

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Entries for the AQHA event close at 11:30 a.m., June 26. To avoid confusion at the show, pre-enter at http://www.sortingcow.com. The entries are $33 for open and amateur classes and $23 for youth classes. Be sure to bring your registration papers, current membership card, Coggin’s and health certificates. All of this will be checked at the show.

Almost 4,000 teams competed at the 2010 RSNC. The RSNC has been existence for less than five years and has over 11,000 members. The RSNC truly represents a diverse group of competitors – contestants from New York to Florida to California will make their way to Ardmore for the 2011 RSNC.

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