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Experience North America’s Premiere Equestrian Gathering


April 7–10, 2011 Ohio Expo Center, Columbus, OH


Featuring:


An unparalleled educational program with hundreds of training clinics, seminars, and demonstrations.


The largest horse-related trade show in North America including Breed, Youth & Trail Riding Pavilions.


The Ohio debut of Equine Affaire's Versatile Horse & Rider Competition. Catch all of the excitement of this fast- paced, high action event in which contestants will compete for $5500 and other prizes. Consult www.equineaffaire.com for details.


The Pfizer Fantasia– Equine Affaire’s signature equine musical review on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings (Separate ticket required).


Clinicians confirmed as of press time...


John Lyons...........General Training & Horsemanship Al Dunning.............Cutting & Western Horsemanship Julie Goodnight.....Classic Skills for a Natural Ride Lynn Palm.......................Trail & General Horsemanship Sterling Graburn........................................................Driving Steve Edwards........................................Mules & Donkeys


Donna Snyder-Smith........Distance Competition ............................................................& Centered Riding


Larry Whitesell..................................Easy Gaited Horses


...And many more to be announced! Presenters and topics are subject to change.


Information Equine Affaire, Inc.


2720 State Route 56 SW, London, OH 43140 (740) 845-0085 • Monday-Friday 9:00am-5:00pm ET For continuously-updated information consult


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