WWP $500 Open 4D Bridgeport 8/9

Open 4D Results

Youth Incentive

Adult Incentive

Barrel Racers:
Wild West Promotions 4D Barrel Race
Sunday, August 9th

Bridgeport Riding Club Arena
691 FM 920
Bridgeport, Tx

🎉$500.00 added and Double Creek Buckles to D Champions🎉
Plus, everyone that wins a check goes into a drawing for a chance to win a Troy Flaharty bit!

Books open 4:30pm
Exhs 5pm-7:00pm
Open 4D 7:30pm

Exhs $5
Open 4D $40
3D incentives (18&under, 19&over) $25
Arena fee per person $10

.5 second splits, 80% progressive payout

Pre entries- Saturday, August 8th 10am-12pm text 817-343-4361 or enter at the event with no late fees.

Thank you to our sponsors:
Double X Equine
R Barrel Horses
Delicious Horse Treats Tx
Ideal Flooring and Design
Stephen Reich, Realtor – Williams Trew Real Estate

Bridgeport Riding Club Arena

The Bridgeport Riding Club was organized in 1957. The founding members, Hollis Reynolds, JL Boswell, JR Johnson, Freeman Cash, Gordon Morris, Carl Cox, Cal Workman, Roy Pinion, Paul Brown, AB Bruster, and Glen Tackel, met at an all wood rodeo arena that was located where Harwood Park is now located. This is where the Wise County Youth fair was started and used for two years before it was moved to Decatur .

Hollis Reynolds was the first Bridgeport Riding Club president. The dues were $5 and members rode on Tuesday nights for years. Both old and young enjoyed riding & playing games on horseback. For a few months they stayed at the arena in the park, and then the Riding Club moved theTuesday night tradition to an arena owned by Jerry Buckingham about four miles north on Highway 101. The next year members rode a few months at an arena owned by Marvin Mercer located on Pleasant View Road . The next move was on Highway 920 about five miles from Bridgeport at a roping pen built by George Bean & Buddy Bean. The next year the Club was able to buy six acres where the arena is now.

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