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Equine Affaire: The tradition continues in California February 3-5

LONDON, OH – It’s not often World and National Champion competitors from disciplines as diverse as reining, endurance, dressage, reined cow horse, jumping, driving and gaited horse competition as well as renowned trainers and TV personalities from other walks of horselife gather in one location to share their secrets. Even less often comes the chance to soak up information and advice from these leading equine professionals, shop one of the finest equine-related trade shows in the nation and witness the thrills of Craig Cameron’s Extreme Cowboy Race.

Equine Affaire – North America’s most successful and most enduring all-breed, all-discipline equine expo – returns to Fairplex in Pomona, CA, Feb. 3-6. Just $16 provides an all-access daily ticket to the event, admission for kids age 7-11 is just $10, and tots age 6 and under get in for free. Multi-day passes are also available and offer savings from the single-day admission rates.

Organizers suggest arriving early – doors open at 9 a.m. – for the 150-plus educational sessions that will be presented in the Pfizer Arena and four other venues at the show. In 2011, Equine Affaire is proud to once again feature a blend of top-notch clinicians and presenters that represent a broad spectrum of equestrian disciplines at their highest levels and ensure the presentation of a wide range of horse-training techniques and philosophies.

LONDON, OH – It’s not often World and National Champion competitors from disciplines as diverse as reining, endurance, dressage, reined cow horse, jumping, driving and gaited horse competition as well as renowned trainers and TV personalities from other walks of horselife gather in one location to share their secrets. Even less often comes the chance to soak up information and advice from these leading equine professionals, shop one of the finest equine-related trade shows in the nation and witness the thrills of Craig Cameron’s Extreme Cowboy Race.

Equine Affaire – North America’s most successful and most enduring all-breed, all-discipline equine expo – returns to Fairplex in Pomona, CA, Feb. 3-6. Just $16 provides an all-access daily ticket to the event, admission for kids age 7-11 is just $10, and tots age 6 and under get in for free. Multi-day passes are also available and offer savings from the single-day admission rates.

Organizers suggest arriving early – doors open at 9 a.m. – for the 150-plus educational sessions that will be presented in the Pfizer Arena and four other venues at the show. In 2011, Equine Affaire is proud to once again feature a blend of top-notch clinicians and presenters that represent a broad spectrum of equestrian disciplines at their highest levels and ensure the presentation of a wide range of horse-training techniques and philosophies.

LONDON, OH – It’s not often World and National Champion competitors from disciplines as diverse as reining, endurance, dressage, reined cow horse, jumping, driving and gaited horse competition as well as renowned trainers and TV personalities from other walks of horselife gather in one location to share their secrets. Even less often comes the chance to soak up information and advice from these leading equine professionals, shop one of the finest equine-related trade shows in the nation and witness the thrills of Craig Cameron’s Extreme Cowboy Race.

Equine Affaire – North America’s most successful and most enduring all-breed, all-discipline equine expo – returns to Fairplex in Pomona, CA, Feb. 3-6. Just $16 provides an all-access daily ticket to the event, admission for kids age 7-11 is just $10, and tots age 6 and under get in for free. Multi-day passes are also available and offer savings from the single-day admission rates.

Organizers suggest arriving early – doors open at 9 a.m. – for the 150-plus educational sessions that will be presented in the Pfizer Arena and four other venues at the show. In 2011, Equine Affaire is proud to once again feature a blend of top-notch clinicians and presenters that represent a broad spectrum of equestrian disciplines at their highest levels and ensure the presentation of a wide range of horse-training techniques and philosophies.

LONDON, OH – It’s not often World and National Champion competitors from disciplines as diverse as reining, endurance, dressage, reined cow horse, jumping, driving and gaited horse competition as well as renowned trainers and TV personalities from other walks of horselife gather in one location to share their secrets. Even less often comes the chance to soak up information and advice from these leading equine professionals, shop one of the finest equine-related trade shows in the nation and witness the thrills of Craig Cameron’s Extreme Cowboy Race.

Equine Affaire – North America’s most successful and most enduring all-breed, all-discipline equine expo – returns to Fairplex in Pomona, CA, Feb. 3-6. Just $16 provides an all-access daily ticket to the event, admission for kids age 7-11 is just $10, and tots age 6 and under get in for free. Multi-day passes are also available and offer savings from the single-day admission rates.

Organizers suggest arriving early – doors open at 9 a.m. – for the 150-plus educational sessions that will be presented in the Pfizer Arena and four other venues at the show. In 2011, Equine Affaire is proud to once again feature a blend of top-notch clinicians and presenters that represent a broad spectrum of equestrian disciplines at their highest levels and ensure the presentation of a wide range of horse-training techniques and philosophies.

LONDON, OH – It’s not often World and National Champion competitors from disciplines as diverse as reining, endurance, dressage, reined cow horse, jumping, driving and gaited horse competition as well as renowned trainers and TV personalities from other walks of horselife gather in one location to share their secrets. Even less often comes the chance to soak up information and advice from these leading equine professionals, shop one of the finest equine-related trade shows in the nation and witness the thrills of Craig Cameron’s Extreme Cowboy Race.

Equine Affaire – North America’s most successful and most enduring all-breed, all-discipline equine expo – returns to Fairplex in Pomona, CA, Feb. 3-6. Just $16 provides an all-access daily ticket to the event, admission for kids age 7-11 is just $10, and tots age 6 and under get in for free. Multi-day passes are also available and offer savings from the single-day admission rates.

Organizers suggest arriving early – doors open at 9 a.m. – for the 150-plus educational sessions that will be presented in the Pfizer Arena and four other venues at the show. In 2011, Equine Affaire is proud to once again feature a blend of top-notch clinicians and presenters that represent a broad spectrum of equestrian disciplines at their highest levels and ensure the presentation of a wide range of horse-training techniques and philosophies.


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