Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association
10-12 people per arena (2 adults)
Working is shifts is recommended
What would our club be doing?
Will our club members be in danger?
What should we bring?
Dress in layers
Rain gear (we shoot rain or shine)
Cowboy Mounted Shooting is a fast action equestrian sport where contestants navigate their horse, through a course of ten targets and attempts to pop all the targets. The contestant uses two .45 cal single action pistols and specially prepared blank ammunition to engage the targets.
Complete a Balloon Setter Event Request Form
Email request to:
Mail request to:
3610 Henpeck Rd.
Utica, OH 43080
$1.75 per run.
The funds raised are directly proportional to the size of the competition. The larger the competition the more money the club can make.
A shooting competition is made up of several matches:
1. Main Match: each competitor is required to enter this match and will make 3-6 runs depending on the structure of the competition.
2. Shotgun: a competitor chooses to enter this match, which is held in addition to and separate from the Main Match. Each shooter makes 2 runs
3. Rifle: a competitor chooses to enter this match, which is held in addition to and separate from the Main Match. Each shooter makes 2 runs
4. Calvary: a competitor chooses to enter this match, which is held in addition to and separate from the Main Match. Each shooter makes 2 runs
NOTE: Not all competitions will offer all of these matches. Only the main match is re-quired.
The Shotgun, Rifle and Calvary matches provide an opportunity to raise more funds.
Example: Main Match of 50 Shooters, Shotgun 10 Shooters, Rifle 6 Shooters
1.75x50x4 = $350.00
1.75x10x2 = $35.00
1.75x6x2 = $21.00
How do we sign up?
How many members do we need?
How much will we make?
The broken balloon targets need to be replaced after each contestants run. Your club would be responsible for making sure the course has fresh targets. All nec-essary equipment will be provided by the Mid-Ohio Marauders - CMSA.
What is Cowboy Mounted Shooting?