Equine Affaire, a North American horse exposition, will return to Fairplex Park near Pomona, Calif. Feb. 1-4 with a line-up of clinics, demonstrations, and seminars.Presenters and topics will include:--Chris Cox (general training)
--Leslie Desmond (horsemanship through feel)
--Craig Cameron (reining & horsemanship)
--David Lichman (Parelli Certified trainer)
--Hilda Gurney (dressage)
--Ted Robinson (reined cow horse)
--Tim Grubb (hunters & jumpers)
--Kristie Peterson (barrel racing & pole bending)
--Lisa Singer (driving)
--Patick Hooks (ranch horse versatility)
--Julie Goodnight (straightforward horsemanship)
--Chris Irwin (general training)
--Brenda Imus (easy-gaited horses)
--Anne Speck (saddleseat English pleasure)
--Scot Hansen (trail riding and mounted police training techniques)
--Mary Midkiff (rider conditioning)
Equine Affaire offers topics for horse enthusiasts of all ages, disciplines, breeds, and experience. The trade show has more than 350 industry-leading exhibitors and more than 60 demonstrations and hands-on seminars. The Breed Pavilion showcases varieties from around the world, including representatives of each breed to answer questions. Activities and presentations for young horse enthusiasts in the Arabian Horse Association Youth Pavilion include educational information about equine careers and the Celebrity Horse Showcase. In addition, the television show "America by Horseback" and the radio show "Speaking of Horses" will be broadcasted live at the event, complete with presenter and attendee interviews.
Admission includes all clinics, seminars, and demonstrations. The event will run from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Feb. 1-4. Admission for adults is $15 a day and $45 for a four-day pass. Admission for children is $10 a day and $30 for a four-day pass. Children under six are free. Fairplex will charge for parking.
For more information visit www.equineaffaire.com or call (740) 845-0085.