Calendar of Events

2018 Bivouac and National Cavalry Competition

 Registration deadline: August 25, 2018

The 2017 rules are below for reference and are subject to change.

Registration Forms and Information

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2017 National Cavalry Competition Champion - SGT Dominique Greeley, Ft. Hood2017 National Cavalry Competition Champion SGT Dominique Greeley, Ft. Hood

Regional Cavalry Competitions

Fort Concho, Texas, April 18-22, 2018 – Results
Fort Concho, Texas, April 19-23, 2017 – Results
Fort Concho, Texas, April 20-24, 2016 – Result

Spectator tickets are available for purchase at the Fort Reno Visitor Center: (405) 262-3987 or at the gate.  Thundering hooves, gleaming sabers and the call of the bugle charge will return once again to the parade grounds of Historic Fort Reno as competitors from around the world compete in the National Cavalry Competition that is sponsored by the U.S. Cavalry Association.

Admission Rates:

  • Adults $8 per Day  or $10 for 3-Day Pass
  • Seniors $7 per Day or $8 for 3-Day Pass
  • Children $5 per Day or $6 for 3-Day Pass

2017 Competition rules and scoring

Additional Information for Competitors

2017 Combat Horsemanship Tests

2017 Military Horsemanship Tests

Criteria for the Major Howze

Training for the Major Howze

2017 Results

Past NCC Results

National Cavalry Competition-daily schedule found here: http://www.uscavalry.org/events/current-events.html

 

 

November  2018   

German & Italian Memorial Service

Free event that takes place at the Fort Reno Chapel & POW Cemetery. Join the German-American Heritage Society of Tulsa for this special memorial service for the German and Italian Prisoners of War buried at the Fort Reno Post Cemetery POW Annex.

December 2018

Fort Reno Christmas Guns

Free event that takes place at the Fort Reno Chapel & Parade Grounds. Share in a timeless tradition from German and American folklore. Cannons and guns blasting, snacks, and a visit with Santa in the chapel.

December 2018

Fort Reno Post Cemetery Wreath Laying Ceremony

Free event that takes place at the Fort Reno Post Cemetery. Join the Fort Reno Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution as they participate in the National Wreaths Across America campaign by laying  handmade wreaths on military graves in the old post cemetery.