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Everything Equestrian Trade Show 2024

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Everything Equestrian Trade Show 2024

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Show will be held on Saturday, April 13, 2024.

 By Debra Moore

The Everything Equestrian Trade Show will be held on Saturday, April 13, 2024 at the Alliston Legion, 111 Dufferin St. S. in Alliston, Ontario.

As you all know, I am the organizer of The Trail Ride for Breast Cancer. My guy (horse) Blue and I attend quite a few trail rides and clinics together. Through the trail rides and clinics we meet several different types of riders and disciplines. I am finding that there is a need for information out there. Most riders are mature individuals, some are beginner trail riders, others have been riding for many years. I have riders ask where to trail ride, what to take on their rides, why do I ride in a trail saddle, what is the difference?

Blue just turned 18 years old on April 1st. Blue is always game for anything I ask him to do. He is my partner. As long as we are both having fun in whatever adventure we take part in. We do go overnight camping to attend some of the clinics or trail rides. They want to know where he is boarded, what feed does he get and how much, what supplements he is on.

Most trail riders do not realize that there are rules and etiquette when sharing a trail, whether it is with other riders, or hikers, or bikes. Rules and etiquette promote safety. They do not understand why they should take a compass with them whenever on horseback.

Trail riders also need to know the importance of going to an Extreme Cowboy clinic or a Mountain trail park, even attend a de-spooking clinic. The more you can expose your horse and yourself to, the more fun you will have out on trail. I created this trade show for vendors and riders to come together to share their experiences, their knowledge and products. We are catering to the trail riders/recreational riders out there. New for this show is seminars on various topics. I wanted to keep the costs down, so that people would be curious enough to come and check it out. (Admission cost is a donation to the local food bank).

I now have 30 vendors booked for the spring show, just by posting on Facebook and word of mouth.

For more information contact Debra at (416) 407-6695 or email for more information.

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