Implementing an in-depth plan allowed Stock Horse of Texas to host one of the first major events in Texas after the COVID-19 shutdown.
Western museums and art galleries slowly begin to open their doors to the public after temporarily closing from the coronavirus pandemic.
The Appaloosa Horse Club voted to cancel its national and youth world show, and extends youth eligibility.
At this time, the museum plans to reopen to the public on May 18, provided there are no new restrictions imposed by the city or state.
After a recommendation from the California Rodeo’s COVID-19 Response Committee, the Executive Board voted to postpone the California Rodeo Salinas to October.
With all the COVID-19-related closures, horses are not as active as usual and that reduces their energy expenditures and ultimately the amount of feed they require.
The ApHC has waived qualifying for the 2020 Appaloosa World Championship Show to be held October 30 through November 7 in Fort Worth, Texas.