Washington State Horse Expo – March 3-5th.

Come and experience the magic of the Horse at the 7th Annual Washington State Horse Expo, March 3-5, 2017.

The Washington State Horse Expo has something for everyone, whether you are a horse owner looking for training tips or the most current information to care for your horse, or someone who just loves horses.

Each day of the three-day Expo will include:
– Demonstrations featuring nationally ranked clinicians
– ‘Meet the Clinician’ in the presentation pen
– Educational Seminars in the classroom
– Mountain Trail Course in the Dr. Jack Giesy Equestrian Arena daily
– Entertaining performances throughout the day by talented horses & riders
– New Kid’s Corral – TV stars Dally & Spanky perform and meet some of the Expo horses!!
– Marketplace with over 100 vendors for a fun shopping experience
– Food concessions

The Dr. Jack Giesy Arena will be transformed into a Mountain Trail Challenge designed by Mark & Lee Bolender. Riders of all levels will be able to participate in clinics and special challenges for prizes. The application to register for clinics will be posted soon.

The Saturday Night Extravaganza will be expanded to include performances by all of our talented clinicians, the popular BlackPearl Friesian Dance Troupe, Spanky & Dally, and some special surprises. We have added additional seating for 2017, so bring the family and enjoy an evening you won’t soon forget. (The Extravaganza is a separately ticketed event. Tickets may be purchased in advance of the Expo at Wilco Farm Stores for $8. Tickets purchased at the door are $10).
Ticketing Information: http://www.clarkcoeventcenter.com/p/wa-state-horse…

Expo Hours:
Friday, March 3rd: 10:00am – 9:00pm
Saturday, March 4th: 9:00am – 9:00pm
Sunday, March 5th: 9:00am – 6:00pm

For more information on Clinicians & Speakers, please click on the drop-down on the Horse Expo tab or the following link:

NW Equine will be at booth #519, stop by for a visit.

For additional details click to view the Washington State Horse Expo website and the Washington State Horse Expo Facebook page.

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