Horse Day Erin & OXC Erin – A full weekend of Horsin’ Around!

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The feature presentation at mid-day will be the thrilling Roman Riding and Trick Riding of the Tom Bishop Wild West Show. An exciting K-9 Dog Agility demonstration will start the show which will wrap up with a special presentation by Alberta horseman David Cowley and his horse, Tucker.


There will be something for all equine enthusiasts as Horse Day Erin and Extreme Cowboy racing ride into the Erin Fairgrounds on June 8 & 9 as two separate events.

On Saturday, June 8 Horse Day Erin – a new equine trade show and fair - will start at 8 a.m. with a hearty Cowboy Breakfast, hosted by the Erin Agricultural Society, followed by David Cowley’s Two-Way Trust Horsemanship clinics all day, a roping demonstration, and rodeo competitors sharing stories of their sport.

The feature presentation at mid-day will be the thrilling Roman Riding and Trick Riding of the Tom Bishop Wild West Show. An exciting K-9 Dog Agility demonstration will start the show which will wrap up with a special presentation by Alberta horseman David Cowley and his horse, Tucker.

Vendors and exhibitors ranging from breed and equine associations to equine professionals will be part of the day-long celebration of the horse. Children will enjoy face painting and pony rides as well as Pony Club and 4-H demonstrations.

Saturday admission is $10 for adults, $5 for children, and $25 for a family of four. Parking is free! For more information go to horsedayerin.com or visit Horse Day Erin on FB and Instagram.

On Sunday, June 9, we’ll switch gears for the Ontario Xtreme Cowboy (OXC) race that will round out the weekend at the Erin Fairgrounds. The vendors will be gone but the cowboys and cowgirls move in for this full-day of racing excitement. Competitors from across Ontario will negotiate ranch and trail-inspired obstacles, demonstrating speed and horsemanship. Sunday admission is free!

Find info at ontarioxtremecowboy.ca or OXC Erin on FB.

Check out the colouring contest here - https://www.facebook.com/horsesinerin/photos/pcb.1367213693435656/1367208953436130/?type=3&theater

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