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February: Craig Cameron creates Extreme Cowboy Association: Competitions test riders' abilities to navigate a simulated ranch experience
December: Extreme Cowboy competition has inaugural World Championships Robin Bond shines as California's top finisher
March: Pennsylvania Cowgirl takes Extreme Cowboy Races by Storm: Sally Addington of Polk, Pa., vividly remembers watching Craig
Cameron's Extreme Cowboy Races on television.
July: CANADIAN LOPES OFF WITH COWBOY UP CHALLENGE First time competitor Glenn Stewart of Baldonnel, B.C., cruises to victory
aboard his stallion Genuine Jet Smooth at the inaugural Cowboy Up Challenge at the Calgary Stampede.
November: Extreme Cowboy Imagine jumping your horse over a trough of fiery flames or riding over the ledge of a cliff.
January: The Extreme Cowboy Association (EXCA) is the original and only recognized association for the sport of Extreme Cowboy Racing.
April: Serious horse play Extreme Cowboy race challenges riders as well as horses.
Most of the horses balk at one obstacle or another — the drop to the water, the steep scramble up the log steps, the teeter-totter platform.
November: Waialua Teen Wins Extreme Cowboy Youth World Championship.
Waialua High student Elena Aoki has loved riding horses for most of her 14 years, but a competition two weeks ago in Texas may just be the
crowning moment of her early career.
June: Topeka horse trainer making name for himself as an Extreme Cowboy
Topekan Lee Hart, a horse trainer and participant in Extreme Cowboy racing, will compete with horse Shelby in the Cowboy Up Challenge at
the Calgary Stampede this weekend.
July: Extreme Cowboy Clinic
The name implies a lot but the focus was not so much on the "Extreme" as it was focused on getting the communication between rider and
horse clear and consistent; as well and working through horse or rider wariness of obstacles.
May: Extreme Cowboy Race National Championship To Be Held In Shelbyville, TN
Craig Cameron’s Extreme Cowboy Association and the Southern Obstacle Challenge Association are pleased to announce that the EXCA
National Championships will once again be held at the historic Celebration Grounds in Shelbyville, Tennessee.
May: Extreme Cowboy Racing
Test your horse’s versatility in this timed event, open to all breeds and types of equines. Extreme Cowboy Racing is an event in which horses
and riders compete over a timed trail course.
June: Extreme Cowboy Association Clinic
The Extreme Cowboy Association hosts competitions where riders take their horses through a series of obstacles that show horsemanship,
trust and refined aids in order to get the horse through the obstacle and in order to earn points.
July: Extreme cowboy racing competition gaining popularity
A multi-faceted event that showcases both horse and rider as they manoeuvre through a series of obstacles and challenges, demonstrating
their horsemanship skills and speed.
November: Extreme Cowboy Races
Generally Extreme Cowboy Races are viewed as a Western event, but those who ride English, saddleseat and everything in between can try
their hand at the Extreme Cowboy Racestoo!
April: Extreme Cowboys bring the rough, tough side of horsemanship to Caledon
Horsing around has taken on a whole new meaning in Caledon. An Extreme Cowboy Association has set up north of Palgrave – and it’s only
the second such association in Ontario.
June: Extreme Cowboy Race For the first time in ELEMENTS RESORT
Extreme Cowboy Race. That’s the title of the event that could be enjoyed by all visitors in ELEMENTS RESORT last Saturday (13. 6. 2015).
October: Cowboy racing finals feature Seneca teams
Two local mother-daughter teams qualified for the world championship in the Extreme Cowboy Association (EXCA) in Hamilton, Texas, on
Oct. 29-Nov. 1.
April: Extreme Entertainment and Horsemanship — Craig Cameron’s “Extreme Cowboy Race”
The winner of this 2009 national competition, before a coliseum packed with thousands of cheering, screaming, fans giving her a standing
ovation, was 57-year-old Sally Addington,
April: Cowboy race goes to the extreme
Cowboys, cowgirls and just plain horse fanciers took part in the Extreme Cowboy Racing event April 23 at the Douglas Ranch in the Panoche
Valley in southern San Benito County.
April: Extreme Cowboy - a show for the generations
The Extreme Cowboy Alberta chapter came to Cochrane approximately three years ago and has been growing fast ever since, now the
biggest club in Western Canada with more than 200 members, according to organizers.
July: Extreme cowboy comes to Juneau
For the past 15 years, famed equestrian Bill Cameron has been making an annual weeklong trip to Juneau to give riding lessons to the
capital city’s aspiring cowboys and cowgirls.
July: West Niagara Fairgrounds to host extreme cowboy race
Ontario Xtreme Cowboys, an affiliate of the Extreme Cowboy Association, will be coming to the fairgrounds on Aug. 26.
July: Extreme Cowboy Race Returns to San Antonio
This past April, a cool breeze and warm sunshine welcomed riders to Brave Horse Center's first hosting of The Extreme Cowboy Race.
August: Ventura County Fair's Cowboy Challenge is all about teamwork
It's called the Cowboy Challenge, but it's not just the cowboys who find this part of the Ventura County Fair challenging.
October: Joplin woman preps for world championship in extreme cowboy racing
Annie Chance is most at home on her south Joplin ranch, where she works day in and day out with her beloved horses.
November: Un-Specializing the Specialized Horse
Competing in the Extreme Cowboy Association is an opportunity to take your reiner, cutter or rope horse out of its comfort zone and into a
challenging, fun trail course.
March: Extreme Cowboy Association Hosts Fun Jackpot Obstacle Course Race
Whether you're an amateur or professional horse rider, there's one event that welcomed all skill levels from across the Ozarks.
April: Extreme Cowboy Race
Wendy Hawes, clinical teaching assistant at the University of Calgary Veterinary Medicine Faculty’s clinical skills building, finished second
place in her division in the Extreme Cowboy Race at Aggie Days in April.
June: Happy Chuckles and 81-year-old Extreme Cowboy racer seek 4th trip to Texas
They call it extreme, but it's nothing 81-year-old Doris Heintz and Happy Chuckles can't handle..
Agfest: Tasmanian Extreme Cowboys to put on a show.
THE growing sport of extreme cowboy racing is growing in Tasmania as more people want a piece of the action.
August: Extreme cowboys to compete in risky rides at Chicopee Ag Center
Joe Holloway stumbled into riding horses. He didn’t start until age 72, after helping out his wife at a horse rescue. Dennis Tipton, who’s
been riding for the better part of his life turned Holloway onto the idea, and now they ride together as part of the Extreme Cowboy