Shop 'til you drop at the American Quarter Horse Association World Show
There’s some mighty fine shopping to be done now through Nov. 20 at the horse show.
Yes, the horse show. The American Quarter Horse Association World Show.
More than 150 vendors from across the country are in Oklahoma City, and they’ve set up shop in the Travel and Transportation Building and the Cox Pavilion. You’ll find fine jewelry, home furnishings, boutique jewelry, cowgirl chic clothing, boots, jeans and belts. And let’s not forget tack, tractors, trucks and trailers. Local vendors include Langstons, Tener’s and Shorty’s Caboy Hattery.
There’s no cost to get into the shopping venues, either. That means more shopping money.
“We have cowgirl chic clothing which is popular with everyone right now,” said Karen Latta, executive director of marketing and membership for the American Quarter Horse Association World Show. “ We have everything to fit the Western lifestyle.”
The show continues through Nov. 20 at State Fair Park.
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