Lance Graves Pro Classic barrel race, Kinder LA
About the Event....
Hello friends, fans and contestants of the LG Pro Classic Barrel Race! February will soon be upon us and we have another amazing event planned for 2014, with the same great competition that you have grown to expect from us. PLUS NEW Side pots for youth (18 & Under), adult (19-49) and senior (50 & Over) contestants!
IMPORTANT SLOT RACE INFORMATION.
The Annual Invitational Slot Race is just that… Invitational. This means that there are no “slot holders” as with other events of this type. Each year is a new year and a new race with new owners, riders and horses. We are extremely pleased at the large number of new participants this year.
Please be advised that if you have not already sent in the 1st $1,000 payment due September 15, 2013, then you do not have a slot/invitation secured. All slots are full at this time. If you have any questions regarding the 2014 Invitational Slot, please contact LG. We appreciate every one that has participated in the past, and the new interest we have today.
Invitational Futurity Slot horses must be named by January 15 , 2014. However, we will allow substitutions until slot-race check-in. In order to sub the named horse, the horse must have either died or have a vet certificate of unsoundness PLUS a $1,500 sub fee. The sub fee is due immediately. The owner of the scratched horse must sign an affidavit that the scratched horse will not be entered or competed on for 30 days after the LGPC. This means, for example, if you scratch your horse at the LGPC Invitational Slot Race, you will be forced to scratch said horse at the “Diamonds N Dirt” competition as well.
Also new for 2014… Plans are currently underway for a major International Team World Competition. We are extremely excited about this!!! It will be the largest and most exciting International Event in American History. Stay Tuned!!
Join Us in 2014
February 11-16, 2014 at the Coushatta Casino in Kinder, LA.
In 2013 over 2,000 runs, over 3,000 spectators, over $300,000 in cash paid out, Over $700,000 in horses sold at the Going Big Time LGPC sale.