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3709 S. Thompson Springdale, AR 479-751-4563
 
 
 
 
****MAKE PLANS TO ATTEND THE ****
 
 
Talmadge Green School Of Champions
 
 
 
Annual Talmadge Green School Of Champions Barrel Racing Clinic Reschedule Date to be posted soon.
At the Marchant Hills Arena in Elm Springs, AR 
 
Cost of clinic $400.00
 
Non Refundable $100.00 Deposit and the Deposit will be accepted until the date of the clinic.
 
3 Award Buckles and Trophy Halters will be given away on the last day of the clinic.
 
He accepts 20 students on horses $400.00 each. Spectators $100.00 each. Please contact me to get your sign up form and place your deposit for the clinic. There are 2 RV hookups and concessions on the ground. 10 pens outside of the arena to use for stalls if needed or parking lot is a large grassy field and you can tie out or make your own pens. Water on either end of the parking area. Secure your spot in the clinic now! Click on links below.
 
 
Go Team Talmadge!
 
 
 
About NBHA
 
 
The National Barrel Horse Association, headquartered in Augusta, Georgia, is the largest barrel racing organization in the world. In 1992, the NBHA revolutionized the barrel racing industry by pioneering the divisional format, which allows riders of all skill levels a chance to win money and prizes in barrel racing competition.

NBHA has over 23,000 members of all ages across the United States and affiliates in twelve countries: Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Hungary, Italy, Mexico, Panama, Spain, Switzerland and the Netherlands. Find out more about barrel racing's international presence at
IBHF.

NBHA official home office events to date have paid out $12,157,330.00. Added money is over $2.5 million.

Divisional barrel racing, using the 4D format, is the heart of NBHA. Divisional barrel racing gives ALL competitors - from beginners to professionals, from youth to seniors - a chance to compete, learn and succeed in barrel racing. The Divisional format encourages riders to improve their skills and work toward the higher Divisions, while still having a chance to be competitive. To learn more about how Divisional format barrel racing works, visit our
Frequently Asked Questions.

NBHA Members compete at District, State, National and World Championship levels. Each state is divided into competition Districts where members compete for money and prizes at a local level. Discover which one of the NBHA's more than 300 Districts you can compete in at
www.nbha.com/overview/comp_dist.shtml.

Most states hold
State Championship Shows; find out if your state does here. The NBHA National Office currently produces five National Shows and five Super Shows annually throughout the country. Check out our National Shows page for dates and locations.

The ultimate goal of NBHA competition is to qualify for the prestigious NBHA World Championships: The Youth & Teen World Championships, held the last week of July, and the Open & Senior World Championships are held in October annually.

NBHA enjoys sponsorship from several companies that offer special programs - Incentives, discounts, merchandise and more - to NBHA Members. Visit the
National Partners page and the Show Sponsors page to find out what benefits NBHA Members receive from NBHA's sponsors.

Whether you're an experienced rodeo rider, a top futurity trainer, a weekend jackpot competitor or a beginning barrel racer, NBHA is right for you! Visit our
FAQ page to learn more about the organization that is #1 in Barrel Racing.
 
Whether you're an experienced rodeo rider, a top futurity trainer, a weekend jackpot competitor or a beginning barrel racer, NBHA is right for you! Visit our FAQ page to learn more about the organization that is #1 in Barrel Racing.
 

**State Show Qualification**

In order to compete at a NBHA State Championship Show you must have competed in three shows in your declared district to qualify for a State Finals. An NBHA member is only allowed to compete in one state show per calendar year.

 

 

 

 

****About NBHA AR 07 District****

 

AR 07 is part of the Dixie Region and is comprised of 12 Counties in the state of Arkansas which include Benton, Carroll, Crawford, Franklin, Johnson, Logan, Madison, Pope, Scott, Sebastian, Washington & Yell.
 
Members and Non Members can run at our District shows. Only Members will receive points in each class (1-5 placings) to qualify for the Yearend Awards.
 
Exhibitions $4.00 each or 3 for $10.00
 
Classes
 
Open  $35.00
Senior $20.00
Youth  $20.00
Non Sanctioned Pee Wee class $5.00
 
The 8yr old and under Pee Wees that attend half of our district races and pays their $25.00 sponsorship fee will receive yearend awards.
No Pee Wee membership required.
 
Everyone must have current coggins papers on all horses. No expections can be made.
See Connie Whiteley our districts official coggins checker.
 
$ Please pay entry fees in Cash. All payouts will be in Cash at the races. $
 
80% pay out with $5.00 office/timer fee
 
Pee Wee Class is 100% pay out at each race. Every Pee Wee entered wins!
 
 
 
2014 Year End Award Eligibility
 
1. Current NBHA Member
 
2. Members will receive Points in each class (1-5 placings)
 
3. Members in the Open, Youth, Senior and Non Sanctioned Pee Wee classes are required to come run and have Fun!
 
4. Open, Youth and Senior class awards will be based on most points in each D and $40.00 sponsorship paid to receive yearend awards
due by May 1st.
 
5. The 8yr old and under Pee Wees that attend half of our district races will receive yearend awards. Pee Wee sponsorship fee $25.00 due by May 1st.
Pee Wees cannot run in the Open or Youth classes.
 
6. A $40.00 Sponsorship fee from each member in the Open, Youth and Senior Classes. (Get a sponsor to dontate the money for you). Due by May 1st for current members. If you are a new member joining after May then that person can pay the sponsorship fee as they become a member.
 
 
Please help get Sponsors for our District. Thats how we can buy our nice yearend awards. The more money or donations of items we have the more awards we will have at the end of the year.
 
We have official forms that explain the benifits of becoming a sponsor for our district.
 
All members will need to help at the races by setting up barrels, watching arena gate or anything you see that needs to be done. Lets work together as a Team and help our district grow. Dont hesitate to jump in anywhere its GREATLY APPRECIATED!
 
 
$FUNDRAISER DETAILS$
 
We dont have one in progress but, its an option if anyone has a good idea.