There’s no denying that the colts are the stars of the show. Watching the Road to the Horse Remuda gallop onto the dirt of the Alltech Arena at the Kentucky Horse Park is nothing short of spectacular. For Road to the Horse fans, feeling those goosebumps is the pinnacle of excitement each year. It’s an inspiring sight for every horse loving Road to the Horse fan. Since 2003, Road to the Horse has prized itself on bringing the very best American Quarter Horses to the World Championship of Colt Starting and Road to the Horse 2024 will be no exception.
A total of six ranches have had the opportunity to supply colts for horsemanship’s most prestigious colt starting competition, these include the Cornelius Ranch, Wood Ranch, Sutton Ranches, Bath Brothers Ranch and most recently the 6666 Ranch.
Road to the Horse is thrilled to welcome a new ranch partner for Road to the Horse 2024 who will be presenting one of the largest remudas the event has seen. Road to the Horse will announce the source of the 2024 Remuda on Wednesday October 4th.
“Road to the Horse prides itself on bringing the very best horses and colt starters together” states Morris Equine Group President Tina Battock. “There is an elite collection of historic ranches who have built a legacy developing the very best quarter horse colts, and we’ve been honored to have produced this event alongside some of the very best. We can’t wait to introduce our 2024 ranch partner.”
In celebration of the 2024 Olympic Games, Road to the Horse 2024 will feature an international lineup of three world-class competitors, showcasing talented colt starters from around the globe. Road to the Horse will feature these stand out athletes who will represent their country as they compete for the World Championship of Colt Starting: Ken McNabb (USA), Donal Hancock (Australia) and Tik Maynard (Canada). These three championship competitors will be joined by the Wild Card Challenge Champion, allowing a total of four colt starters to compete for the world title and $125,000 in prize money. Wild Card Challenge competitors include Lindsey Patterson, John Baar and C.D. Wilcox.
Road to the Horse 2024 takes place at the Kentucky Horse Park on March 21-24. Tickets are available at www.RoadtotheHorse.com or by calling 800-514-3849. Follow Road to the Horse on Facebook for the latest information.