The word O-Mok-See originates from the Blackfoot Indians where they described a style of riding as “oh-mak-see pass-kan” meaning “riding big dance.” They mounted and gathered at some distance out of camp, then turned and rode together at full speed into the great camp circle, circled around it once, then rode to the center of the camp.
The first Pacific Northwest Championship O-Mok-See was launched in 1980 and has been growing every year since. The PNW O-Mok-See has fast and furious competition by top competitors from throughout the Pacific Northwest.
THE PNW O-MOK-SEE IS BACK!
After a difficult year for everyone during 2020, S.C.W.G.A. unfortunately had to cancel our PNW O-MOK-SEE, but we are excited to bring it back strong in 2021!
Mark your calendars and come join us for the 2021 PNW O-MOK-SEE hosted by Snohomish County Western Games Association October 1st, 2nd and 3rd 2021 at the Evergreen State Fairgrounds – Monroe, WA
More details and information to follow! Check out our group and event on Facebook!
Please check out our website or SCWGA Files Group on Facebook for sponsorship forms!