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This is a recording of a grandstand announcer of a horse exhibition held in Lubbock as part of the American Bicentennial celebration. Events are described and the history and characteristics of 12 breeds of horses are outlined.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Horse Show Exhibition

Additional Parties Recorded:

Date: July 2-4, 1976

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: Grandstand Announcer (not named)

Length: 2 hours


Tape 1, Side 1: Indian use of horses, Cutting horse exhibition, Cutting Horse Association, Event described, Event demonstrated, Appaloosa horses, Barrel racing exhibition, Competitors, Pole bending exhibition, Competitors, Reining pattern exhibition, Roping exhibition, Competitors.

Tape 1, Side 2: Roping exhibition (continued), Competitors (continued), Ribbon running exhibition, Competitors, Pony Express relay race, Description of event, Introduction of competitors, Races, Horse show of breeds, Arabian, Thoroughbred, Welsh Pony, Pinto, Appaloosa, Galacina, Morgan, Quarter horse, Saddlebred, Palomino, Belgian, Mule.

Range Dates: 410-1976

Bulk Dates: 1976

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