Horn Showcase

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START MAKING YOUR PLANS TO ATTEND
THE TLBAA HORN SHOWCASE!

October 3 – 5, 2024
At the Canadian County Expo Center in El Reno, Oklahoma

Consignments are now open for the Horn Showcase Select Sale.
The sale will be Friday, October 4th. Sale entry deadline is June 21st!
CLICK HERE TO CONSIGN

HORN SHOWCASE ENTRIES

Entries are due by no later than August 15th!
CLICK HERE FOR THE ENTRY FORM
CLICK HERE FOR CLASS LISTINGS & CURRENT SATELLITE LOCATIONS
Bull Alley is always a crowd pleaser and a great way to promote your AI Certified bull. Be sure and get your bull entered early for more exposure and advertising. Bull Alley entries are due by June 21st – we are limited on the number of large pens so get your bull information sent in now!
Click Here to find the Bull Alley Form
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SPONSORSHIP INFORMATION

There are Horn Showcase sponsorship opportunities for every budget and offer great advertising packages for breeders.
Click the links below to find one that suits your needs:
Main Horn Showcase Sponsorship Packages
Bull Alley Sponsorship Packages
HSC Futurity Sponsorship Packages

How To Measure Horns

NOTE: All measurements for Horn Showcase entries should be measured to the 1/16 of an inch.

  1. Tip-to-Tip (TTT): The distance between the outside tips of the horns will be measured.
  2. Total Horn (TH): The distance from the tip of one horn down along the outside of the horn, then the backside of the horn while keeping contact with the skull as it runs the backside of poll and up the other horn in the same manner to the tip.
  3. Composite Measurement (COMP): Composite measurement consists of adding TTT and TH measurements. This total number of both measurements will give you the composite measurement. Although the video included instructions on measuring the horn bases and including those figures, beginning with the 2021 Horn Showcase, the board voted to NOT include base measurements in the composite totals.
  4. Twist Measurement: The twist horn measurement will start at one horn tip following the line of the horn as it follows the twist in the horn (wrapping around horn), across the top or backside of the poll and up the other horn in the same method. *No Tip-to-Tip or bases in this measurement*

Click the video in the link below to see how to measure horns!

HOTEL INFORMATION

Check back for 2024 hotel information.