Road to the Horse Announces Move from Kentucky to Texas for 2021 Event

Roots run deep in Texas for Road to the Horse. This year, the prestigious colt starting competition will make the unprecedented move from the Kentucky Horse Park to Fort Worth, Texas, for the 2021 event. Road to the Horse 2021 will retain the same dates, during the last weekend of March, and will work diligently to comply with all health and safety protocols for attendees. Additional event details, including venue specifics, will be released next week.

Returning to its Texas roots, Road to the Horse 2021 will host the same talented line up from the postponed 2020 event. Championship competitors competing are Wade Black, Craig Cameron, and Ken McNabb. The Wild Card competition will feature three of the nation’s best up and coming colt starters and include Wylene Davis, Cole Cameron and Craig Moore.

Road to the Horse is dedicated to educating fans in the art of natural horsemanship. Year after year Road to the Horse has been an innovative force as it looks back to respect tradition while moving forward in pursuit of its vision. The coronavirus pandemic created new challenges for the event, and Kentucky state regulations will prevent the event from returning to Lexington in 2021. Undeterred, Road to the Horse continues to move forward with the same tenacity and pioneering spirit from which it was established.  

“The health and safety of our attendees is our paramount concern, and a comprehensive plan will be in place to create a safe and enjoyable event,” stated Morris Media Network President Tina Battock. “The history Road to the Horse has in Texas is undeniable. There’s not a better place to celebrate the event and what it means to all those associated with it, than deep in the heart of Texas.”

The refund process for the Kentucky event ticket holders will begin next week. Additional ticket and event information will be available soon at Ticket sales will be limited to comply with state regulations.