The fifth annual Equine Affaire in Pomona, CA, will draw horse enthusiasts of all ages, all breed and sport persuasions, and all levels of expertise to Fairplex on February 3-6, 2005, for the largest and most comprehensive horse expo in the West. Equine Affaire's unparalleled educational program will include more than 100 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. china
The 2005 event will feature clinics conducted by Buck Brannaman (general training), Clinton Anderson (Downunder Horsemanship), Monty Roberts (Join-Up), David O'Connor (eventing), Charmayne James (barrel racing), Jan Ebeling (dressage), Lynn Palm (western pleasure & hunt seat), Craig Cameron (reining), Punk Carter (cutting), Pete Loftin (team penning & sorting) Larry Whitesell (gaited horses), Jim Bennett (saddleseat English pleasure), Steve Edwards (mule training), Bob Jeffreys & Suzanne Sheppard (general training), Linda Benedik (yoga), the Valley View Vaulters, and many more.
Hundreds of the nation's finest equine-related retailers and manufacturers will fill six trade exhibit halls and cover thousands of feet of outdoor exhibit space making Equine Affaire the best place to shop for horse necessities, novelties, and equipment. Equine Affaire's general admission includes entry to the trade show and to all educational clinics, seminars, and demonstrations. Discount rates are available for Equine Affaire host hotels, car rentals, and airfares; camping is available at the Fairplex KOA. For more information call (740) 845-0085 Monday-Friday 9:00am-5:00pm Eastern or consult www.equineaffaire.com.