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Equine Affaire Returns to Massachusetts


The eighth annual Equine Affaire in W. Springfield, MA, will draw horse enthusiasts of all ages, all breed and sport persuasions, and all levels of expertise to the Eastern States Exposition on November 10–13, 2005, for one of the largest and most comprehensive horsemen’s expositions in North America.  Equine Affaire’s unparalleled educational program will include more than 200 different clinics, seminars, and demonstrations on a broad range of equine disciplines and horse-related topics conducted by many of the nation’s foremost coaches, competitors, horse trainers, and equine management experts.


The 2005 event will feature clinics presented by Clinton Anderson (Downunder Horsemanship®), George Morris (hunters & jumpers), Charmayne James (barrel racing), Steffen Peters (dressage), Darren Chiacchia (eventing), Chris Cox (cutting and general training), Julie Goodnight (Straight Forward Horsemanship), Hardy Zantke (combined driving), Cindy Morehead (showmanship, trail, and  western horsemanship), GaWaNi Pony Boy (relationship training), Brian Dygert (reining), Brenda Imus (gaited horses), Doug Leasor (poll bending), Terri Gallo (freestyle dressage), Scott Hansen (trail riding and mounted police training), Bill & Dawn Burden (mules), Holly Mason (biomechanics), Peter Saglio (draft horse driving), NEA Sidesaddle Association (sidesaddle), and many more.


More than 400 of the nation’s finest equine-related retailers and manufacturers will cover acres of indoor and outdoor exhibit space and comprise the largest equine-related trade show in the East.  Equine Affaire will be the best place to shop for all horse necessities, novelties, and equipment.


The Pfizer Fantasia—Equine Affaire’s legendary Musical Celebration of the Horse—will take place on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings at this year’s event. Tickets will go on sale July 15, 2005!


Equine Affaire’s modest general admission includes entry to the trade show and to all clinics, seminars, and demonstrations.  Discount rates are available for Equine Affaire host hotels, and camping is available at the Eastern States Exposition for $25/night.  For more information call (740) 845-0085 Monday–Friday 9:00am–5:00pm Eastern or consult

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