We are excited to congratulate all of our High Point and Reserve High Point Champions from our May Wildflower Classic show! See you in September!

Amateur Mule:

High Point- Carrie Moody and Dip A Daisy

Reserve High Point- Debbie Glover and Ol Man Tucker

Open Mule:

High Point- Carrie Moody and Dip A Daisy

Youth Mule:

High Point- Avery Haywood and Full Moon Moxie

Reserve High Point- Nicole Cozort and LVF How Do You Like Me Now

Open Donkey:

High Point- Nicole Cozort and LVF Grace Under Fire

Reserve High Point- Kristin Stolee and Jardots Jewels Catherine

Training Level Donkey:

High Point- Kristin Stolee and Rock Point Sadie

Open Pinto:

High Point- Skyfall Sensation shown by Brittney Taylor-Buchs, Chloe Turpin, Karen Foxx

Amateur Pinto:

High Point- Regina Hodge and Nodoubt Ima Gentleman

Reserve High Point- Kelly Mancinelli and Singin Saddie Su3

Amateur Pinto Walk/Trot:

High Point- Christal Sivils and Nodoubt Shez Worthit

Reserve High Point- Laura Winfield and Bad Intentions

13 & Under Pinto:

High Point- Alexandria DelGrosso and R Cash Is Flashy

Reserve High Point- Caroline Herman and Diversified Times

14-18 Pinto:

High Point- Abby Horine and Willianaire

Reserve High Point- Ella Harmon and O No U Betta Dont

Pinto Open Ranch:

High Point- Halie Million and Lope On Over

Solid Bred Pinto Ranch:

High Point- Denise Dougherty and Banjo Rain

Reserve High Point- Lee Redding and Whiskey N Honey

All Breed Ranch:

High Point- Lauren Loeliger and Bet Hesa Acre

Reserve High Point- Halie Million and Lope on Over

All Breed Adult:

High Point: Brittney Taylor-Buchs and A Colorful Deck

Reserve High Point- Regina Hodge and Nodoubt Ima Gentleman

All Breed Adult Walk/Trot:

High Point: Brittney Taylor-Buchs and A Colorful Deck

Reserve High Point- Christal Sivils and Nodoubt Shez Worthit

All Breed Youth 18 & Under:

High Point- Alexandria DelGrosso and R Cash Is Flashy

Reserve High Point- Chloe Turpin and Skyfall Sensation

All Breed 13 & Under:

High Point- Chloe Turpin and Skyfall Sensation

Reserve High Point- Alexandria DelGrosso and R Cash Is Flashy


The Oklahoma Pinto Horse Association held the first horse show in 1959.   From  the beginning, the purpose has been to promote and encourage the general interest and breeding of pinto horses, and to promote good sportsmanship and fellowship among the owners and lovers of pinto horses.

OPtHA is an affiliate charter club of the national organization - the Pinto Horse Association of America, Inc.  The Pinto Horse Association of America, Inc. was established in 1956 as primarily a color registry.  Today the association has grown to offer four conformation types - Stock, Hunter, Pleasure and Saddle.  There is also a separate division for ponies and one for miniature horses.    Two color patterns are recognized - Tobiano and Overo, as well as a Solid Bred division for animals who do not have enough white to meet color registry requirements.  A mule and donkey division was added in 2018.

OPtHA  offers all-breed classes at each show.  Walk/Trot challenge classes are offered for all ages as well as a leadline class for young children.  Members hold charity fund raisers at designated shows. 

The Tabitha May Memorial Scholarship is awarded each year to a qualifying student. The OPtHA youth organize a bake sale fund-raiser each year at the Awards Banquet to add to the scholarship fund.

The Pat Walliser Memorial Sportsmanship Award is awarded annually to an exhibitor who displays helpful support and kindness for fellow exhibitors and staff at the shows.

High-point division awards are given at each show.   Year-end division awards are presented at the annual Banquet and Business Meeting  by Oklahoma Pinto Horse Association.

The Board of Directors and the Executive Committee manages the OPtHA finances and the shows.  Elections are held each year at the Annual Business meeting during the Awards Banquet.