Extreme Cowboy Association Presents its 2009 World Championship in Topeka
Bluff Dale, TX – August 21, 2009 – The equestrian world’s fast growing sport converges on the Kansas Expocentre in Topeka, Kansas November 13-15 as Craig Cameron’s Extreme Cowboy Association (EXCA) presents its 2009 World Championship.
The events will be hosted with live commentary by the organization’s founder, Craig Cameron and will take place in the Expocentre’s R.R. Domer Livestock Complex indoor arena, boasting seating for 1400, a large warm up arena and stalls for 245 horses.
Over 300 Horse/Rider teams from across the country—including the game’s most talented–will be invited to compete for the title of Extreme Cowboy Association World Champion in each of the five divisions: Young Guns, Youth, Non-Pro, Pro and Ride Smart.
Each day of the competition, EXCA Founder and Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame member Craig Cameron will present educational and entertaining riding demonstrations in addition to his live commentary for the competition.
Extreme Cowboy events are designed to challenge both horse and rider to maneuver through a series of obstacles. Event scores are given for each obstacle on the course as well as for overall horsemanship and speed. Membership in the Extreme Cowboy Association is required and is open to riders of all ages and all breeds of horse and mule. Western-style clothing and tack is also a requirement.
Tickets for the 2009 Extreme Cowboy World Championships may be purchased in advance by logging onto www.extremecowboyassociation.com or www.craigcameron.com .
To learn about the Extreme Cowboy Association, visit http://www.extremecowboyassociation.com .