Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Twin Tiers Horse Activities, Feb. 23 - 27, 2012

Holy smokes!  We have FOUR, count 'em, FOUR events to look forward to over the coming weekend.  

Two are biggies -- the New York Farm Show and the Horse World Expo.  I'll be heading to Harrisburg for a bit of the Expo.  These are followed by a couple of educational programs in the northern part of our area.

Also, be watching the BIG Calendar for some new shows.  I'll be updating it at some point soon.

Have a great weekend with your ponies!

Feb 23-24, 2012: New York Farm Show; NYS Fairgrounds, Syracuse. More than 400 commercial exhibitors with innovative products and plenty of services on hand to fill five buildings for the New York Farm Show. Show being held in these buildings... Exhibit Center, Center of Progress Building, Horticulture Building, International Building and Art & Home Center. Adults $5, children under 18 free (Free tickets available from many Northeast Equipment Dealers Assoc. members); Visit Web Site
Feb 23 – 25, 2012: Horse World Expo; Location: Farm Show Complex, Harrisburg, PA; Horse World Expo brings together the best that the horse industry has to offer. With over 300 vendors, top clinicians from all over the world representing almost every discipline, as well as quality entertainment, Breed Row and Stallion Avenue, Horse World Expo surely has something for every horse lover, rider and enthusiast. Website, http://www.horseworldexpo.com/. Contact: Denise Parsons, P.o. Box 924, Bel Air, MD 21014, 301-916-0852; Email: info@horseworldexpo.com
Feb. 27: GVEC Short Course: CSI: Case Study Investigation, 2nd Edition, presented by Amy Leibeck, DVM, 7-9 pm, at the Genesee Valley Equine Clinic, Scottsville, NY. Cost: $8.00 per person. For more information, call 585-889-1170 or go to www.gvequine.com

February 27: GVRDC Educational Seminar: Interval Training - presented by Gail McGuire. Gail will introduce the theory of interval training for you to implement with your horse. She has used this program with great success for her own horses since learning the system from Jim Wofford when he visited the Genesee Valley many years ago. Now, she wants to share her proven method with you to help take the guesswork out of conditioning your horse. Bring a pen and a friend to this FREE educational event. Rush Public Library, 6-8 pm, Rush, NY. Please contact Liz if you plan to come so she has a head count.

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