Western Bloodstock recently announced that it will conduct a sale in Amarillo, Texas during the 16th annual Working Ranch Cowboys Association (WRCA) World Championship Ranch Rodeo, November 10-13, 2011. The sale will offer cutting, ranch, working cow, roping, and reining horses of all ages.
“To be able to create a sale where there is already an event such as the WRCA Finals is an incredible boost,” said Jim Ware, a partner in Western Bloodstock, the company that produces three annual sales in Fort Worth for the National Cutting Horse Association.
The WRCA is dedicated to preserving the heritage and lifestyle of the Working Ranch Cowboy, and the WRCA World Championship Ranch Rodeo draws more than 50,000 competitors and western enthusiasts to Amarillo, home of the American Quarter Horse Association world headquarters.
The WRCA World Championship Ranch Rodeo and the HeadQuarters Sale will be held at the Tri-State Fairgrounds in Amarillo.
“The facility and the hospitality alone will make you want to be included in the HeadQuarters Sale,” said Western Bloodstock partner Ben Emison. “This is going to be a great, new venture and we will manage and promote it with the same level of professionalism people have come to expect from Western Bloodstock.”