Kansas CMSA Kingman Double Points Shootout!

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Event Details

If you are looking for some Western excitement this weekend, then come on down to Kingman County Activity Center Arena where the West is wild and woolly. We're talking about the Kansas Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association, the local chapter of the Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association (CMSA), as they host their Kingman Double Points Shootout competition. Here, you'll see some of the area's top horses and riders compete in a non-stop, high-speed, action riding and shooting contest that will really thrill you all the way down to your boots!

New riders are welcome! You can join the CMSA and the Kansas CMSA right here!

Kansas CMSA Kingman Double Points Shootout!

Address : 125 N Spruce St., Kingman, KS 67068 Kingman KS
Phone : 316-258-5838   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : $100/adult rider; 40% straight circuit payback


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