You read it right. Camelops sp. , the most common camel found in Texas went extinct about 10.000 years ago. The primary horse in Texas was Eguus occidentalis or the western horse. They went extinct about 6-8000 years ago so both the camel and horse were hunted by Clovis man.
One of the great mysteries of Paleomammalogy is why the western horse went extinct but the Spanish horses 5500 years later thrived and went on to populate most of North and South America.
The giant short-faced bear was indeed a formidable creature, weighing in at a ton and standing almost six feet at the shoulder and more than eleven feet when standing on their hind legs. The ratio of nitrogen isotopes in their bones indicates that they were almost exclusively carnivorous. Fortunately for Clovis Man these bears were already well on their way to extinction with the youngest remains dating to 12,650 BP plus or minus 350 years. Of course it would only take one of those big buggers to ruin an early Texan's day.