May 19, 2018 – May 20, 2018 all-day
Central Coast Ranch Horse Classic @ Grounds

Howdy Friends,

Thank you to all for making 2018 our biggest and best Ranch Horse Classic! Please make plans to attend in 2019 (date to be in May but confirmed). And if you’re looking for another great weekend, please visit us again September 8-9 for our Ranch Roundup.

Happy Trails,

Trail & Saddle Club

Links to the Saturday and Sunday results are below:

Howdy Friends,

We are looking forward to a great show this weekend! We have some wonderful prizes and the weather is looking to be perfect. The order of classes, both Saturday and Sunday, will be as follows:

Ranch Cutting ~ Ranch Trail ~ Ranch Riding
Ranch Reining ~ Working Ranch Horse ~ Conformation

Links to the Saturday and Sunday draws are below:

Links to the Ranch Riding and Ranch Reining patterns are below:

If you are camping, please look for our camping wrangler, Nancy, when you drive in. She will help you find your horse pens and get settled. If you still need to reserve camping, please send us an email below.

Laura will be in the registration booth to help you get your paperwork finalized and take care of any last-minute entry changes.

As in years past, Good Time Catering will be providing a barbecue lunch during the mid day break. New this year will be a vegetarian sandwich option.

Have a safe and uneventful journey, and we'll see you soon!


NEW FORMAT: The Ranch Horse Classic will now span two days, with all divisions competing on both Saturday and Sunday. For the Ranch Versatility show, Saturday classes are Cutting, Trail & Ranch Riding, and Sunday classes are Reining, Cow Work and Conformation. For the Ranching Heritage Challenge show, Saturday classes are Ranch Riding, and Sunday will be Ranch Reining and Working Cow Horse.

Both the Ranch Versatility and Ranching Heritage Challenge shows are AQHA sanctioned. This means that riders on AQHA registered horses can earn points in any division- Open, Amateur, Limited Amateur or Youth Limited. Additionally, participants may opt to enter individual classes and can earn AQHA points for that class only.

Of course as in years past you are not required to ride a quarter horse! Riders on non-AQHA horses may still compete and be eligible for the day’s prizes and awards, just not AQHA points.

We hope you will enter and also bring your friends and family. We’ve a great judge, good food and a beautiful setting for these exciting events. Prizes will be awarded to Champion, Reserve Champion and Runner Up in the Open, Amateur and Limited Amateur divisions. For the Youth Limited division, prizes will be awarded to High Point and Reserve High Point. Additionally, there will be First Place award in all divisions for each individual class.

Entries open April 1st

  • 2019 Judge: Fielding 'Bozo' Rogers of Rhome, Texas
  • ALL ENTRIES must be made online. See button above.
  • Entries received after Saturday, May 4 will incur a $50 late fee (or $10 per individual class)
  • NOTE that general entries will close Monday, May 13 at 5 pm. Individual classes that do not require cattle (Trail, Ranch Riding, Ranch Reining) will close Wednesday, May 15 at 5pm.
  • ALSO NOTE that although you may pay by either credit card or check, checks will not be accepted after the cutoff for late entries, Saturday May 4.
  • No scratch/drop fee if Tuesday, May 14 or earlier; $85 if Wednesday, May 15 or later (for these classes only: Cutting, Working Ranch Horse)

DOG POLICY: No dogs are permitted on the T&SC grounds during any show or clinic. The Trail & Saddle Club is a horse facility, and the safety of horse and rider is our first priority. Thank you for your cooperation.

For more information, contact Saddle Up Enterprises: