Watch 2012 American Quarter Horse World Championship Show

August 3rd, 2012 by Mark

If you are enjoying the equestrian events at the Olympics, then here are a couple of webcams you are sure to enjoy. The American Quarter Horse World Championship 2012 has started at State Fair Park in Oklohoma City.

The American Quater Horse is a breed of horse that specialises in spirinting over short distances. Some have been recorded sprinting at speeds over 55 mph.

It is the most popular breed of horse in the US today. The American Quarter Horse Association has over 5 million horses on its registry.

One of the contestants poses with their horse.

There are over 2,400 entries to this years Youth World, and you can watch the youngsters compete via two webcams. One webcam is broadcasting from the Norick Arena and the other from the Performance Arena.

You can check out the two webcams here and here. The webcams will be live until 11 August 2012.

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