Horse Judging

Clarendon College is home to a competitive horse judging team.  Students compete at several national level collegiate competitions. 

Students are trained to evaluate and place horses in many classes and disciplines while learning the oral communication skills necessary to defend their places in the formal presentation of a set of reasons.   Practices on campus are supplemented by practices as shows and horse farms in the North Texas and Oklahoma City areas. 

The students have the chance to judge at the All American Quarter Horse Congress and the AQHA World Championship Show, as well as several other competitions. 

The horse judging team is a great opportunity to meet new people, travel with a  team, and make new and lasting friendships. 

The team is coached by Marilyn Brandt who judged at the collegiate level in junior and senior college winning two World Championships and multiple top ten finishes at national competitions.  She also assisted in coaching several world and congress champion teams at Black Hawk College and West Texas A&M University.


 



Want more information?

Contact Marilyn Brandt at 806-874-4866 or by e-mail.