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The 49th U.S. Nationals Is In the Books


The 2015 U.S. Nation-


al Arabian & Half-Arabian Championship Horse Show was held Oct. 23 to 31 at Tulsa Expo Square in Tulsa, Okla. The event was another great success.


There were 1,800 horses shown over the nine day peri- od with 7,200 exhibitors in at- tendance and taking up 3,300 stalls in the different facilities. Classes ranged in every disci- pline from English pleasure to working cow horse, to driving and more; showing the versa- tility of the Arabian horse. This was the eighth year


for U.S. Nationals to be held in Tulsa and numerous indi- viduals came out to attend the show,


watch the numerous


classes, shop among the many vendors and to enjoy the Tul- sa area. Last year alone, the economic impact that U.S. Na- tionals had on Tulsa was $35 million, with a large impact expected again for 2015. More information about the show can be found at arabianhorses.org/USN. w


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