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Can -Am All Breed Equine Expo

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Can -Am All Breed Equine Expo

Time: April 5, 2019 at 7pm to April 7, 2019 at 7pm
Location: Markham Fairgrounds
Street: 10801 McCowan Road
City/Town: Markham, Ontario
Website or Map: http://canamequine.com/specia…
Phone: 1-519-942-3011
Event Type: expo
Organized By: Can-Am
Latest Activity: Feb 26

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All Breed Equine Expo. Horse fair and country lifestyle show. The Can-Am Equine Expo features three days of international clinicians, family-fun entertainment and performances, equine breed showcases, all indoor shopping and kid friendly interactive attractions.

Special Guest Amber Marshall from CBC’s Heartland will be co-hosting the Evening Extravaganza on Saturday April 6

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