Inaugural Horse Heritage Hall of Fame Awards this weekend at the Erin Fair

Posted Oct 2nd, 2018 in Home Page articles, horse-shows-clinics

Inaugural Horse Heritage Hall of Fame Awards this weekend at the Erin Fair

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The Inaugural Horse Heritage Hall of Fame Awards take place this weekend at the Erin Fair - 3 days of everything horse. 


The 168th Erin Fair Erin proudly presents its’ Inaugural Horse Heritage Hall of Fame Awards, as part of this year’s Erin Fall Fair.  These awards pay tribute to the the following; equine community contribution, breed development and youth mentorship, industry leadership, and lifetime achievement.   Please join Fair President, Dwayne Gregson  and other distinguished members of our horse community, to honour the work and lifetime contribution of our award recipients.   This special ceremony is taking place in the Equine Tent and the public is welcome.  The Equine Tent, presented by Budson’s—Provisions for Country Living, is located at the back of the Fairgrounds, near to the Track. 

The Erin Fair Horse Hall of Fame  is part of the Erin Fair Equine Tent which includes three days of horse education, clinics and presentation and live horses.  Equine Tent events culminate on Thanksgiving Monday  with a 1pm presentation by Eglinton & Caledon Hunt Club:  Horses and Hounds (on the Track), followed by an All Breeds Horse Parade 1:30 pm) and the Ontario Mounted Special Skills Unit, Precision Drill Ride (based on the Toronto Mounted Police Drill).  Grelo Farms (Frank Grelo) and their beautiful Luitsano horses will be participating and presenting a Classical Dressage following the Parade in the Equine Tent.

For more information on the Erin Fair or the Equine Tent Schedule of Presentations, please contact:  www.erinfair.com/visitors/equineevents .  Fair Tickets are available online and at the gate.  Telephone:  519.855.4562.  Text:  519.216.4562



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