Special to The Sun
OKLA. CITY —
Horse trailers will once again fill the parking lots of the Oklahoma City Fairgrounds; this time bringing Hunter Jumper participants. The Greater Oklahoma (GO) Hunter Jumper Horse Show kicked off two weeks of competition on Wednesday. The GO Preview show runs through Sunday and will feature riders from across North America. The second show is July 24-28.
Hunter Jumper competitions like these feature riders maneuvering through a course consisting of jumps varying in height and difficulty.
Admission to the show is free and the public is encouraged to attend. The Grand Prix is Saturday in the coliseum. The International Hunter Derby will take place July 26 in the performance arena. The Regional Championship will take place July 28 in the coliseum.