IBHA World Show Adds NSBA Classes

The International Buckskin Horse Association will also offer National Snaffle Bit Association classes July 29 - August 1 in Indiana.

From the National Snaffle Bit Association

Access the IBHA World Show schedule and premium at www.ibha.net. (Credit: Journal)

The International Buckskin Horse Association – the largest registry in the world for buckskin, dun, red dun and grulla horses – presents the 2015 IHBA World Championship Show in July 29 - August 1 with added classes approved by the National Snaffle Bit Association.

Before the IBHA World Show gets underway in Cloverdale, Indiana, the Mid-America Buckskin Horse Association of Indiana and IBHA will offer a show July 27 with three judges, followed by a warm-up show July 28 with four judges. 

Highlights of the 2015 IBHA World Show include:

  • Five added-money classes
  • Youth team tournament
  • Youth scholarship contest
  • Youth scholarship auction
  • Miss Buckskin World queen contest
  • NSBA classes and trophies

Access the IBHA World Show schedule and premium at www.ibha.net

About IBHA and NSBA

The International Buckskin Horse and National Snaffle Bit association are AQHA alliances. 

The mission of the International Buckskin Horse Association is to record and preserve the pedigree of buckskin, dun, red dun and grulla horses. First incorporated in 1971, the IBHA provides beneficial services for its members that enhance and encourage ownership of IBHA registered horses and participation in the association; improve the well-being of IBHA horses by establishing safe and humane rules, while enforcing such rules; and generate growth of IBHA membership through the promotion, advertising and publicity of the association.

The purpose of the National Snaffle Bit Association is to define, promote and improve the quality of the pleasure horse. Established in 1983, NSBA promotes exhibits, events and contests in expositions and shows; strives to improve the training of pleasure horses; cultivates interest in pleasure horses among younger horsemen; and encourages the use of the standard rules for holding and judging contests of the pleasure horse.