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Introduction of Saddlebreds To Over 13,000 Horse Lovers!

The Mid-America Saddlebred Horse Club will be presenting top Saddlebreds in the 21th Annual Equifest of Kansas, February 22nd – 24th, 2019 at the Kansas Expo in Topeka.  The members which have graciously agreed to participate in these demonstrations are Touchstone Farm.

This Annual Equifest of Kansas expects more than 13,000 people from across the United States as well as from other countries. Imagine how many of these fellow horse enthusiasts have never had the opportunity to see a Saddlebred up close and personal?  

Equifest will be a weekend packed with demonstrations from many breeds, including the American Saddlebred, but also includes a fashion show, trick riders, vendors with fine art, home décor, clothing and delicious local cuisines. You can pre-purchase your tickets online or purchase at the gate.  

The Saddlebred demonstrations will be posted on the equifest website. This is Mid-America Saddlebred Horse Club’s 3rd year to proudly present our breed in this widely popular event.

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