2017 World Tournament
Jerry Dugan is the first World Class Champion from KS in the preliminaries of the 2017 World Tournament . He finished 13-2 with a 29.33% ringer average in Elders G2
Dan Hiatt of KC became a World Class Champion in the Men’s D1 class of the preliminary rounds of the 2017 World Horseshoe Tournament. Dan had to win an exciting come from behind playoff game to seal the deal. He finished with 12 wins and 4 losses with a 35.47 ringer average.
Sandy Rongish of Wichita became a World Class Champion in Women's K Class of the preliminary rounds of the 2017 World Horseshoe Tournament . She had 11 wins and 2 losses with a 17.31% ringer average.
Kayla Kvacik became the 4th Kansas pitcher to become a World Class Champion at the 2017 World Horseshoe Tournament. Her 1st place finish come in Women E class where she finished with 10 wins and 3 losses and a 49.42% ringer average.
The Kansas Horseshoe Pitchers Association (KHPA) is a Charter member of the National Horseshoe Pitchers Association (NHPA). We schedule and organize NHPA sanctioned horseshoe tournaments in 12 Kansas towns that currently have horseshoe
courts that meet NHPA requirements to host Sanctioned events.
It is our mission to inform folks in Kansas and beyond about the relatively unknown sport of organized horseshoe pitching. Our active membership consist of Men and Women as well as Junior Boys and Girls ranging in age from six to 97.
We would like to have the opportunity to help each of you and other family members discover this sport that has been around for ages. No matter what your skill level is we have a competitive class for you to pitch in.
Come and join us on the courts.