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Introducing the "All Equine Show" Coming March 2013

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Introducing the "All Equine Show" Coming March 2013

Time: March 15, 2013 to March 17, 2013
Location: Western Fair District Agriplex
City/Town: London
Website or Map: http://www.westernfairdistric…
Event Type: equine, show
Organized By: Western Fair District
Latest Activity: Jan 7, 2013

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Event Description

NEW Show!

The All Equine Show is a show dedicated to anyone in the Equine industry. 

Educational and Interactive

There are plenty of learning opportunities in this tradeshow through industry experts, clinics and interactive, educational displays.

All Equine Show

Featuring:

  • Extensive booth displays of local businesses
  • Top clinicians on site
  • Equine dentistry
  • Equine massage
  • Ferrier - Hoof Care
  • Trailering & loading
  • Stabling & fencing
  • Nutrition seminars
  • Pasture management
  • Horse selection & confirmation
  • Fashion shows

 

"All Equine" Entertainment

All Equine Show

Be sure to attend:

  • The Equine Gala featuring the "Evolution of the Horse" | Saturday @ 7pm & Sunday @ 3pm
  • The Junior rodeo showdown
  • Barrel racing and other timed events
  • Trick roping demonstrations

 

Dates & Times

Friday, March 15 | 12pm - 9pm

Saturday, March 16 | 10am - 7pm

Sunday, March 17 | 10am - 5pm

 

Get Social at the Show!

  /WesternFairDistrict
  #AllEquine

Location

Agriplex Building
845 Florence St., London, Ontario

Click here for directions to Western Fair District 

Parking

FREE!

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