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THE RIDER EXTRA FEBRUARY 2010 / 11
Equine Affaire:
The Nation’s Best Value for Horse Lovers
exercises and drill team development, the relating to trail riding and trail use, Equine and Saturday nights in the coliseum. This spe-
At Equine Affaire you can learn Northern Ohio Outlaws will demonstrate why Affaire’s new Trail Riding Pavilion in the cial equine musical revue will feature a star-
from the world’s best trainers and they love the sport of cowboy mounted shoot- Voinovich Center will provide everything you studded lineup of professional equestrian per-
immerse yourself in everything ing, and renowned trick horse trainer, David need to enhance your trail riding experience. formers and exceptional horses choreographed
equine for less than a trip to the Donnert, will show you how to teach your Whether you want to shop for trail riding to a wide variety of musical styles. At the 2010
movie theater horse tricks. You’ll also be treated to a non- equipment, research public trails, garner tips Pfizer Fantasia Equine Affaire is especially
stop schedule of seminars and demos covering on trail riding safety, or join a trail riding club, pleased to feature David Donnert with Chief
London, OH – It’s not often that the gamut of horse training, horse manage- the Trail Riding Pavilion will be the best place Bear Paw IV….the sensational trick horse
world champion riders, United ment, and equestrian topic relevant to amateurs to prepare you and your horse to “hit the trail.” owned by the late horse-training legend, Gay-
States Equestrian Team members, and professionals alike! lord Maynard. Enjoy the beauty and diversity
and other renowned trainers, coach- Experience the Pfizer Fantasia! of horses of many breeds as well as the excite-
es, and competitors from all walks A New Trail Riding Pavilion Awaits Equine Affaire’s flagship entertainment ment of equestrian sports including reining,
of horse life gather in one location With retail and educational exhibits and a spectacular, the equestrian extravaganza Pfizer
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to share their secrets. Even less comprehensive program of demos on topics Fantasia, will take place at 8:00pm on Friday
often comes the chance to soak up
all their equestrian experience and
savvy for about what you’d spend
on a movie ticket and a bucket of
popcorn.
Just $14 gets you an all-access
daily ticket to the 2010 edition of
our country’s most enduring and
successful all-breed, all-discipline
equine expo, Equine Affaire, which
returns to the Ohio Expo Center in
Columbus, Thursday–Sunday, April
8–11. Admission for kids age 7–10
is just $8, and those 6 and under get
in for free.
Arrive early—doors open at
9:00 am—because you’re going to
want to plan your visit around
Equine Affaire’s phenomenal pro-
gram of 230-plus educational ses-
sions. With clinics and seminars
offered simultaneously in eight dif-
ferent venues at the event and a
power-packed lineup of clinicians,
you’re likely to have some tough
decisions to make about how and
where you’ll want to spend your
time. Chris Cox, John Lyons, Craig
Cameron, Tommy Garland, Richard
Winters, Caroline Rider, Scot
Hansen, and Stacy Westfall will all
be on hand to share their straightfor-
ward and humane training methods,
techniques for overcoming horse-
related challenges, and tips for forg-
ing a better relationship with your
horse. These accomplished trainers,
competitors, and TV personalities
are among the most sought-after
instructors in the nation, and their
individual clinics and symposia
often command top dollars. But you
can spend up to four days learning
from these world-class trainers for
the cost of Equine Affaire’s modest
general admission!
The 2010 Equine Affaire will
provide a great introduction to hors-
es for new horse enthusiasts and a
place for seasoned riders and horse
owners to hone their skills and
explore new disciplines and training
philosophies. Clinics on western
disciplines will be presented by
Stacy Westfall (reining), Sharon
Camarillo (barrel racing), Duane
Piper and Tommy Garland (western
pleasure for stock and gaited
breeds), Richard Winters (reined
cow horse), and Aaron Ralston
(ranch and trail). The English disci-
plines will be well-represented by
Linda Allen (hunters and jumpers),
Jeremy Steinberg and Reese Kof-
fler-Stanfield (dressage), Sterling
Graburn (driving), Pamela Graham
(jumping), Tommy Garland (hunter
pleasure for gaited breeds), and
Heidi Piper (hunter under saddle).
Jennifer Bauer will teach you how
to achieve the right gait with your
easy-gaited horse, Scott Seymour
will share his expertise on the train-
ing of draft breeds, Ginger Ryals WHERE HORSE PEOPLE COME FIRST
will conduct clinics on gymkhana
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