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Equine Affaire Overview


Schedule of Events


Show Information


Equine Affaire’s Fantasia


Facility Map


Accommodations & Directions


Exhibitor List


Index to Advertisers



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Discover and appreciate the amazing diversity of the horse world up close and personal while visiting the Breed Pavilion at Equine Affaire.

Equine Affaire Your Express Trip Ticket to the Wide World of Horses PHOTOS COURTESY OF EQUINE AFFAIRE

THE EASTERN STATES Exposition in W. Springfield, MA, will once again become “horse-central” for horse lovers from throughout the East Coast and beyond when it hosts the 56th Equine Affaire on November 9-12. Since its introduction to New England in 1998 by founder and president, Eugenia Snyder, Equine Affaire has been a “must see” for horse enthusiasts associated with all breeds and equestrian disciplines. With an unwavering mission to elevate the equestrian experience, Equine Affaire offers an educational program that is second-to-none, the largest horse-related trade show in the East, top equine entertainment and competition, and endless opportunities to experience, buy, and sell horses of all types. Equine Affaire is 6


where you see, feel, touch, compare, try on, experience and smell all aspects of the horse world in person and, most important, “in horse.” At the heart of Equine Affaire is an educational program designed to help horsemen of all riding and driving persuasions reach their equestrian goals at home, on the trail, and in the competitive arena. Hundreds of clinics, seminars, and demos by many of the foremost trainers, coaches, competitors, judges, TV personalities, and industry professionals will be presented in six venues—so a little advance planning will be required to know just what to do when! This year’s gathering will feature Olympic, Pan American, World Equestrian Games, and World

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Champion greats including Greg Best, Phillip Dutton, Craig Johnson, Steffen Peters, and Suzy Stafford as well as outstanding overall horsemen such as Ken McNabb, Julie Goodnight, Van Hargis, Chris Irwin, Steve Lantvit, and Wendy Murdoch. Clinic topics will cover the gamut from the English disciplines of dressage, jumping, eventing, driving, and English pleasure through the western sports of cutting, reining, western pleasure, ranch riding, cowboy dressage, and trail. Sessions will also be presented on liberty horse training, mounted games, the training of easy gaited horses, vaulting, and more. If you’re inclined to do more than just watch clinics at Equine Affaire—you can also receive individual instruction from or have your horse trained by one of the top clinicians through Equine Affaire’s Ride With The Best program. The experience is as economical as it is educational, as expenses normally associated with traveling for just one continued on page 8

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continued from page 6 clinic are invested in so much more at Equine Affaire with four days of equestrian education, entertainment and shopping. Ride With The Best clinic fees start at just $85 and include stabling and event admission. Participants will be reviewed and selected based on written applications and videos submitted by September 8, so check out all of the great clinicians and clinic opportunities at Equine Affaire’s Equine Fundamentals Forum, located in the Mallary South, will be where new riders and horse owners—and those still developing basic skills—will meet and learn together with their own demo ring and savvy string of experts sharing solid “horse sense” that forms the building blocks of good horsemanship. The Forum will offer video presentations, hands-on interactive displays about equine health and management, and fun activities tailored to the youngest horse lovers. Of course the focus of any “horse fest” is obviously the horses, and you’ll find plenty of ways to discover and appreciate the amazing diverPut your skills to the test in the Versatile Horse & Rider Competition on Friday, November 10 at 1:00 p.m.



sity of the horse world in the Breed Pavilion, Horse & Farm Exhibits, and breed demos throughout the weekend. Get up close and personal with equines from miniatures to drafts, gaited to easy gaited breeds, and stock horses to sport horses. Representatives of dozens of horse, pony, color, and breed associations and registries will be on hand in the Breed Pavilion to answer your questions and share their exceptional horses with you. And, if you’re wanting to learn more about a breed, find horses for sale, research stallions for your mare, and review training and breeding facilities, take time to explore the Horse & Farm Exhibits located in C Barn right next to the coliseum. The Horse & Farm Exhibits is where horse and farm owners and horse service providers connect directly with customers and share information. Another Equine Affaire favorite is the Versatile Horse & Rider Competition, sponsored by Nutrena. This ultimate test of horsemanship will bring 25 preselected horse and rider teams to the coliseum on Friday afternoon to ride against the clock in front of a judge who will rate their performance through a pattern of obstacles and horsemanship tests. The race course will embody the definition of versatility requiring

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jumping over obstacles, working gates, crossing bridges, performing rollback and gymkhana maneuvers, backing through patterns, and demonstrating trust while navigating “spooky” objects. “VHRC” elements also include classic foundations of equitation with gait/lead changes, work on the diagonals, and flexion. The top four teams will share $5,500 in cash with the winner receiving the coveted title of Versatile Horse & Rider Competition Champion. The VHRC is open to adult riders of all disciplines and horses of all breeds. Put your skills to the test—or come and cheer on your favorite contestants in this exciting, fast-paced event! Competition applications will be accepted through September 8. At the end of a great day of learning and shopping at Equine Affaire there can be no better way to cap off the day than to settle into a seat to enjoy the very best in equine entertainment—and you can do that at the Fantasia—Equine Affaire’s magical and musical celebration of the horse. The Fantasia, sponsored by Absorbine, will take place at 8:00 p.m. on Thursday-Saturday in the coliseum and offer unforgettable performances by some of the foremost equine and equestrian entertainers in the country. From the exhilarating derring-do of Bobby Kerr and his mustangs to mesmerizing Lusitanos taking flight in airs above the ground, the theatrical showmanship of Piratecostumed Friesians, and the natural beauty of horses performing at liberty with worldrenowned trainer and entertainer Sylvia Zerbini, the 2017 Fantasia will be a feast for the senses. The Fantasia is a twohour choreographed spectacle of horsemanship and showmanship that never fails to leave Standing Room Only audiences singing along to musical scores from country to classical to contemporary and leaving with full hearts and renewed conviction in the beauty, nobility, strength and devotion of continued on page 10

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continued from page 8 the horses and ponies that share our lives. But unlike Broadway prices, tickets for the Fantasia are just $14 to $25. Advance tickets are available online through November 7, and any remaining tickets will be available for purchase starting at 9:00 a.m. on November 9 at the Information Booth in the Better Living Center at Equine Affaire. Doors to the show will open nightly at 7:15 p.m. There’s shopping online—and then there’s shopping at Equine Affaire! At Equine Affaire’s vast trade show you’ll be able to see, touch, try on, and compare everything you and your horse “need”...and some things you’ll discover you simply “must have!” With large retail “stores” to wander through, hundreds of exhibit booths, and acres of trade show to cover, you’ll want to review the vendor list online in advance before shopping in person at the show. Whether you want to make plans for a new arena or barn, find the perfect trailer to haul your equine companions, secure the best saddle for you and your horse, research farm equipment, begin your holiday shopping, or find year-end savings on a wide range of equine and equestrian items, you’ll find vendors at Equine Affaire to check all the boxes on your list. It will be one-stop shopping at its finest! Are you interested in earning free admission to Equine Affaire by helping as a volunteer at the show? Volunteers sign up for specific “jobs,” work two-hour shifts, and earn free admission and an event souvenir. For information on volunteering, visit or contact Jessica Grose at 740-845-0085 ext. 102. Get your application in soon; volunteers are scheduled in the order in which their applications are received. Equine Affaire’s

exceptional and affordable program of educational activities and entertainment are made possible through generous sponsorships by dozens of equine-related companies and organizations. We all extend our sincere gratitude to Absorbine, Farnam, Horizon Structures, Wahl Clipper, Cosequin, Nutrena, Horse Network, and the dozens of other companies who have endorsed the educational mission of Equine Affaire through their sponsorships and helped make Equine Affaire both an exceptional as well as affordable opportunity for all horse people. Equine Affaire will be up and running from 9:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. on Thursday-Saturday, November 9-11, and from 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. on Sunday, November 12. You can enjoy all that Equine Affaire has to offer—the clinics and seminars, the shopping, the specialty pavilions, and the Versatile Horse & Rider Competition for the price of a single-day or multi-day general admission ticket. Adult admission is only $16/day (and includes a free event program) and youth (age 7-10) tickets are only $8. A four-day adult pass is just $50—a savings of $14 from the daily rate. Kids 6 and under attend for free. Advance tickets to Equine Affaire are available online through October 22 at or by phone at 740-845-0085 Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Eastern. You may also download a mail-in ticket order form from the site to send with a check. Tickets

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will go on sale at 8:30 a.m. at event entrances each show day; cash only at the gates. Equine Affaire makes your trip even more affordable with special room blocks and discount rates at dozens of area host hotels. But make your hotel reservations soon. The demand for hotel rooms during New England’s fall foliage season is high, and most room blocks and special rates at the show’s host hotels will expire by mid-October. Camping with hookups is available right at the Eastern States Exposition on a first-come, firstserved basis beginning at 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, November 8. Whether you have only a budding interest in horses or you’re a seasoned veteran of the horse world, your destination of choice this November will be Equine Affaire. Visit, click on the Massachusetts event, and follow the links for detailed information on everything that Equine Affaire has to offer—and everything you need to know to attend and/or participate in the event. Or call Equine Affaire’s helpful staff of dedicated horse people at 740-845-0085 from 9:00-5:00 ET for personal assistance. Get together with your family and horse-loving friends to share your passion for horses and enjoy a weekend of fabulous horses, phenomenal opportunities and unforgettable experiences at North America’s premier equine exposition and equestrian gathering: Equine Affaire!


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Horse Network Arena (Coliseum) Phillip Dutton Using Gymnastic Jumping Exercises to Help the Horse Jump Confidently without Rushing

Paso Finos Julie Goodnight Canter with Confidence: Cues, Troubleshooting & Developing Control of the Canter

Phillip Dutton Cross-Country Exercises to Help the Horse & Rider Prepare for the CrossCountry Course

Gypsy Vanners, Percherons Ken McNabb Creating the Perfect Partner: Communicating with Your Horse Using Your Hands, Seat & Legs

Easy Gaited, Friesians – FPZV USA Nokota Horses Van Hargis Starting on the Trail to Success: A Colt’s First Time Under Saddle and Beyond

Mallary Arena (Mallary South) Van Hargis Addressing Any Problem by Reducing to the Ridiculous: Using a Step-by-Step Approach for Overcoming Adversity Such as Head Shyness, Ear Shyness, Fear of Water, Etc. Nokota Horses Vitor Silva Classical Dressage: Creating the Right Contact with Rein Handling

Percherons Steve Lantvit Bridling Up Beautifully: How to Correctly Collect & Soften a Horse with Exercises that will Take You to New Levels Whether on the Trail, Ranch or in the Arena Easy Gaited Horses Vitor Silva Classically Preparing Your Dressage Horse for Lead Changes

Andalusians & Lusitanos Chris Irwin Horse Sense Redefined: New Training Concepts for Groundwork and Riding that Redefine What Is “Natural” and Necessary for Horses to Relax and Learn How to Learn John Bennett Saddleseat vs. Huntseat Pleasure: How to Prepare Your Horse for Each Class

Young Arena (Young Building)

Sylvia Zerbini Beyond the Stick: Learning to Connect with Your Horse at Liberty without Whips or Lines John Bennett From the Judge’s Perspective: Polishing Your Performance and Excelling in English Pleasure Saddleseat Classes

Robin Gollehon Improving & Fine Tuning the Western Pleasure Horse: Creating and Maintaining Natural, Quality Movement

Craig Johnson Cross Training for Maximizing Achievement: Exercises for Increasing Your Horse’s Performance in a Variety of Disciplines Robin Gollehon Breaking Down a Western Horsemanship Pattern: Gaining a Better Understanding of Working a Pattern while Improving Your Horsemanship Skills Liz Graves The Five Essential Elements of Easy Gaited Horsemanship

Eastern States Exposition | W. Springfield, MA | November 9–12, 2017 Demo Ring (Mallary North)

Seminar Stage (Better Living Center)

Equine Fundamentals Forum (Mallary South)

Ron Vin, DVM When Internal Diseases Present Neurological Signs & the Clinical Signs to Look For

Danielle Bertuccio Autism and Horses: Working on Achieving Goals Together

Robin Gollehon Understanding How a Horse Learns, Thinks & Reacts

Ken McNabb Understanding Conformation & How It Affects the Horse’s Movement

Ann Egan Mare Behaviors: Why Your Mare May be Moody & Mean and What You Can Do about It

Sharon Wilsie Equine Assisted Therapy: What Should Your Horse Handler Know?

Ron Vin, DVM Valuable Information about Equine Infectious Diseases including Strangles, Herpes, EIA, Etc. and Biosecurity Measures

Margret Henkels Introduction to Conformation Balancing for Horses: Promoting Progressive Fitness & Healing in Horses

Terry Golson Barn Sour–And Other Behaviors that Keep Your Horse from Going Where You Want It To

Liz Graves Grounding the Easy Gaited Horse with Ground Exercises: Preparing Your Horse for Riding Applications Walter Varcoe Hoof Care–Your Horse’s Foundation: A Discussion on Barefoot Techniques, and Using Acrylics, Shoes & Boots Ron Friedson Saddle Fit for the Rider: Selecting a Saddle Based on Your Body Type, Riding Style and Goals

Ron Friedson Fitting the Saddle to the Horse: Understanding the Skeletal and Muscular Structures in the Horse’s Back that Support the Saddle Allison Wilshere The Amazing Grazer: Feeding as Nature Intended in an Unnatural Environment

Joyce Harman, DVM Using Acupuncture to Address a Variety of Conditions Such as Heaves, EPM, Arthritis, Etc. TN Walker, MO Fox Trotter Chris Irwin Frame of Body = Frame of Mind: The Power of Your Body Language Lippitt Morgan Chris Cosma The Rider’s Position: Developing Balance, Symmetry & a Secure Seat Canadian Horse Sharon Willsie Horse Speak: Decoding the Language of the Horse

Ann Egan Stallion in a Box: Chilled & Frozen Semen Options for Mare Owners & Breeders

Steve Lantvit A Bit on the Bit: Choosing the Right Bit & Understanding What the Horse Feels

Craig Johnson Redefining Broke: Determining If Your Horse Is “Broke” and What that Means for Your Discipline

Ask the Expert: Phillip Dutton A Question & Answer Forum on the Sport of Eventing

Ron Vin, DVM Pre-Purchase Exams: What’s Involved & How to Use Them When Evaluating a Prospect

Margret Henkels Is Your Horse Performing at 100%?: Helping the Horse with Fascia Limits

Connie Hambley & Laura Moore Writing a Horse Book: How to Bring a Love of the Horse to Life in a Fiction or Non-fiction Book

Cat Hill Body Clipping Basics: When to Clip, How to Select the Style of Clip and Helpful Tips

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Horse Network Arena (Coliseum) Phillip Dutton Adjustability: How to Shorten or Lengthen the Horse’s Stride to Meet the Base of a Jump

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Young Arena (Young Building) Jeff Wilson Dressage Your Western Horse: How Dressage Can Affect Your Riding

Canadian Horses Steffen Peters Creating a Great Ride: Refining the Dressage Rider’s Aids

Saddlebreds Craig Johnson Let It Rein: Addressing General Reining Problems & Training Techniques

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Mallary Arena (Mallary South) Kellie Rettinger Harnessing Horsepower: Hitching & Using Draft Horses for Work

Morgans Versatile Horse & Rider Competition, sponsored by Nutrena The ultimate test of horsemanship! Up to 25 horses and riders will compete for $5500 in cash and other prizes. Come cheer on your favorite team as they tackle the obstacle course and race against the clock. Emcee: Steve Lantvit Judge: Ken McNabb

Chris Irwin Trust = Boundaries: Revealing Insights on How & Why a Nervous Horse Needs to Respect Your Awareness for Boundaries in Order to Trust You Friesians – FHANA Steffen Peters Dressage–A Mental Sport for Horses & Riders: Strategies for Success when Schooling at Home and in the Show Arena Connemaras Craig Johnson Finding the Rhythm of the Feet in Your Hands and Seat: Developing the Rider’s Feel in Reining and Ranch Riding

Van Hargis Basic Posture – Be a Rider Instead of a Passenger: Where to Place Your Hands, Feet, and Seat for Proper Posture and Its Effect on Your Health and Your Horse’s Performance

Liz Graves Learning to Ride the Easy Gaited Horse from the Top Down: Shaping Gaits by Working with the Horse Longitudinally Vitor Silva Classical Horsemanship: Training Your Horse to Work In-Hand and with Long Lines

Demo Ring (Mallary North)

Dan Moore, DVM Common Signs of Equine Allergies & Management Techniques to Help Reduce Your Horse’s Symptoms Julie Goodnight How Horses Learn: Why Horses Think Differently and Learn Faster than People Cat Hill Finish Clipping—Creating a Professionally Groomed Look: Trimming Your Horse’s Ears, Legs & Head for Show Joyce Harman, DVM Correcting Your Horse’s Imbalances with Acupuncture

Seminar Stage (Better Living Center)

Equine Fundamentals Forum (Mallary South)

Melisa Pearce Discovering “How” Horses Work as Healers: The Science Behind the Healing Gifts of Horses

Ken McNabb Bits & Bitting: What’s Happening in the Mouth?

Steve Tarshis, Esq. Turning Your Hobby into a Business: Required Circumstances Which Permit the Deduction of Horse Expenses Catherine Whitehouse & Chelsea Martin Redefining Equine Fitness with Your Smartphone: Tracking & Analyzing Your Horse’s Heart Rate Larry Garner Controlling Flies and Other Insects on Your Farm

Terry Golson Using Treats for a Relaxed, Polite and Motivated Horse


Mustang Richard Kennedy Fat vs. Fit: Visually Evaluating Your Horse’s Nutritional Needs Saddlebred Van Hargis Rope Handling: How to Create and Throw a Loop Gypsy Vanner

Sylvia Zerbini Beyond the Stick: Learning to Connect with Your Horse at Liberty Using Memory Cues, Energy, Voice & Eye Contact Sandra Beaulieu Art on Horseback: Cultivating Creativity with Horses Interscholastic Equestrian Association Introduction to Scholastic Competition

Friesians – FPZV USA Liz Graves Rating the Easy Gaited Horse through Upward and Downward Transitions: Teaching the Easy Gaited Horse to be Forward with Throughness to Create Smooth Transitions

Eastern States Exposition | W. Springfield, MA | November 9–12, 2017

Jeff Wilson Cowboy Dressage: Transforming Your Western Riding by Integrating Dressage Basics

Melisa Pearce Discovering Equusology: How Knowing Typology Will Improve Your Relationship with Your Horse Steve Hebrock Creating the Proper Natural Trim: Shaping the Hoof in Accordance with the Principles of Nature Jochen Schleese Western & English Saddle Fit: Evaluating Saddle Design and Fit Using a 9 Point Diagnostic Checklist

Steve Tashis, Esq. Syndication in Racehorses & Sport Horses: How “Normal” People Can Participate in Disciplines that Traditionally Favor the Wealthy Terry Golson The Bully in the Barn: What Really Drives This Behavior and What to Do About It

Craig Johnson The Daily Routine of a Horse Trainer: Is It a Life for You?

Alfredo Sanchez, DVM Current Management Strategies & Deworming Concepts to Keep Internal Parasites under Control

Chris Cosma Developing a Secure Seat: The Secret to Enhanced Core Strength, Balance and Symmetry

Steve Hebrock Navicular Disease–Separating Fact from Fiction: Understanding the Causes, Diagnosis and Management of this Condition

Ask the Expert: Steffen Peters A Question & Answer Forum on Riding & Training the Dressage Horse

Margret Hinkels Methods for Resolving Painful Limitations within the Horse’s Body LCD projector

Wendy Murdoch What It Means to Have Your Horse “On the Bit” and How to Achieve It Connemara Dan Moore, DVM Mineral Wise, Salt Poor: The Importance of Minerals & Salt in Your Horse's Diet EST – Rare Breeds Joyce Harman, DVM Herbs for Horses: Herbal Solutions for Common & Chronic Equine Ailments

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Horse Network Arena (Coliseum) Greg Best A Horse’s First Jumps: Teaching the Young Horse to Jump

Mallary Arena (Mallary South) Ken McNabb Creating a Consistent Stop from Any Gait

Shires, Friesians – FHANA Morgans, Mustangs Julie Goodnight For Mature Audiences Only: Challenges and Advice for Riding ‘til You’re 90!

Canadian Horses Shires Steffen Peters Raising the Dressage Rider’s Expectations of Themselves & Their Horse

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Greg Best From Quick to Crooked to Hesitating: Understanding Your Horse & Working through Common Issues over Fences


Irish Draughts

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Ken McNabb Overcoming Bad Ground Manners

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Steffen Peters From Warm Up to Test Execution: Preparing both the Horse & Rider for Dressage Competition Andalusians & Lusitanos Mounted Games Association Ready, Set, Go!: Introduction to Mounted Games

Mustangs Irish Draughts Barbra Schulte How to Control a Cow with Winning Form: Eight Essential Tips for Working a Cow for Cutting, Working Cow Horse and Ranch Versatility

Thoroughbreds Paso Finos Chris Irwin Training before Schooling: “Train the Trainer” Concepts for Teaching the Horse to Learn How to Learn

Gypsy Vanners EST – Rare Breeds Julie Goodnight Bringing Out the Best in Your Horse: Creating a Willing, Trusting & Trying Horse

Young Arena (Young Building) Kellie Rettinger Preparing Your Draft Horse for Halter, Showmanship & Riding

Wendy Murdoch Sure Foot® for Horses: Improving Your Horse’s Balance, Confidence, Attitude & Performance One Foot at a Time Steve Lantvit One at a Time Please: Isolating the Horse’s Body Parts to Gain Control of Your Horse for Advanced Maneuvers

Sylvia Zerbini Beyond the Stick: Working with Stallions & Geldings at Liberty and Introducing a New Colt to the Group Copper Hills Vaulters Gymnastics & Dance on Horseback: Illustrating Elementary to Advanced Equestrian Vaulting Maneuvers Kevin Oliver Rollbacks, Spins and Turnarounds – Tips, Tools and How To’s for Mastering the Techniques Barbra Schulte Ten Concrete Tools for Mental Toughness: How to Stay Calm, Focused and Encouraged in Any Discipline


Eastern States Exposition | W. Springfield, MA | November 9–12, 2017 Demo Ring (Mallary North)

Seminar Stage (Better Living Center)

Equine Fundamentals Forum (Mallary South)

Dorothy Crosby You’re Grounded!: Using the Four Basics of Centered Riding® to Achieve Sensitivity & Stability as a Rider

Carlin Jones, DVM Wound Management: Determining the Severity of a Wound & How to Best Manage the Healing Process

Yvonne Litza How & When to Use Essential Oils and Aromatherapy with Horses

Barbra Schulte How to Coach Riders to Let Go of Nerves: 10 Tips for Trainers, Parents and Friends of Riders to Grow Confidence in a Rider

Christy Cullen, DVM The Importance of the Horse’s Topline in Equine Performance

Chris Irwin Horse Sense for the Modern World: Revealing the True Depths of Potential that Horses offer People for Learning, Healing, Growth and Leadership Steve Hebrock Natural Hoof Care Explained: It’s Far More than Just Removing the Shoes

Karin Bump, PhD Exploring Equine Careers & College Options, Plus a Scavenger Hunt Send Off Thoroughbred Natasha Nagawiecki Grooming & Clipping 101: Maintaining Your Horse’s Coat Year-Round Shire Dorothy Crosby Give a Little Bit: Educating the Rider’s Hands

Jochen Schleese The Impact of Ill-Fitting Saddles on the Comfort & Health of the Horse Patricia Bona, DC Is Your Horse Comfortable in His Skin? How You Can Identify and Release Residual Pain and Restrictions from Old or New Injuries Alisha Gruntman, DVM Examining for and Diagnosing Neurologic Diseases and EPM Van Hargis Understanding Collection, Flexion and Suppleness & How They Improve Your Horse’s Carriage Joyce Harman, DVM Lyme Disease: Supporting & Repairing the Immune System with a Combination of Conventional & Alt. Therapies Melisa Pearce Understanding the Somatics of Horses & Humans: Responding to Energy Fields & Connecting with Your Horse

Carlin Jones, DVM Caring for the Senior Horse: Maintaining Your Horse’s Health & Comfort

Paso Fino Dan Moore, DVM To Be or Not to Be "DeWormed": A Natural Approach Standardbred Kevin Oliver Bridling the Western Horse: A “How To” Addressing Fit, Safety & Performance Icelandic

Wendy Murdoch Fitness vs. Function: Solving Riding Issues by Improving Your Body Function vs. Seeking Fitness and Strength Melissa Pearce Tips & Techniques for Developing and Expanding Your Equine Business

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Greg Best Getting the Mechanics Right: Understanding the Basic Mechanics of Jumping & Equitation Ask the Expert: Craig Johnson A Question & Answer Forum on Riding & Competing in Reining and Ranch Riding

Carlin Jones, DVM Investigating the Horse’s Digestive Tract

Career / College Fair Panel Discussion Irish Draught

Friesian – FPZV USA United States Pony Club Cleaning and Maintaining Your Tack & Leather Equipment

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Horse Network Arena (Coliseum) Van Hargis Down the Road: Understanding Your Trailer & Tow Vehicle for Safe Hauling and Training Your Horse to Load

Mallary Arena (Mallary South) Vitor Silva How Classical Dressage Principles Can be Used to Improve Horses & Riders of All Disciplines

Young Arena (Young Building) Barbra Schulte How to Work the Flag to Develop Cow Horses and Good Rider Habits: Using the Flag from Warm up to Tuning up

Greg Best The Importance of Equitation: Equitation Basics for the Sake of Functionality over Fences

Icelandics Standardbreds Suzy Stafford Improving Maneuverability: Bending Exercises for the Driving Horse

Steve Lantvit Communicating Naturally: How Small Pressure & Release Aids Can Yield the Greatest Results

Connemaras, Icelandics Thoroughbreds, EST – Rare Breeds Julie Goodnight Hot & Bothered!: Diffusing Your Horse’s Emotions and Developing Cooperation

Greg Best Progressing the Jumper Prospect: How & When to Move Up the Young Jumper Standardbreds, Pintos Ken McNabb Helping the Spooky Horse overcome His Fears

Pinto Horses Lippitt Morgans Steve Lantvit Stop! And Back Up: Creating a Safer, More Responsive Horse on the Trail or in the Arena by Establishing a Solid Stop and Fluid Back up without Pulling on Your Horse

Suzy Stafford One-Handed Driving: Pointers & Exercises for Tackling OneHanded Rein Handling

4:00 4:15 4:30 4:45

Chris Irwin Boldly Go Where Your Horse Has Never Gone Before: Resolving Old Behavior & Performance Problems and Developing Confidence & Courage in Your Horse

Wendy Murdoch Five-Minute Fixes to Improve Your Riding: Simple Solutions for Common Horse & Rider Problems

Copper Hills Vaulters Gymnastics on Horseback: Combining Grace & Balance to Execute Compulsory Vaulting Movements


Eastern States Exposition | W. Springfield, MA | November 9–12, 2017 Demo Ring (Mallary North)

Seminar Stage (Better Living Center)

Kevin Oliver Hackamore How-To’s: Evaluating Fit and Function for Your Horse’s Comfort, Safety and Performance

Carey Williams, PhD Are You “Stressing Out” Your Horse? Understanding Types of Equine Stress & How to Manage or Reduce Each within Your Horse

Jaclyn Gagnon Utilizing Nutrition to Improve Your Horse’s Topline

Cailin Monahan The Small & Mighty Microchip: Unraveling Myths & Misconceptions and Addressing Common Concerns about Microchipping Barbra Schulte Three Key Elements of True Confidence and Resilience: How Technical, Mental and Personal Growth Training Can be Intertwined to Develop Lasting Confidence Carey Williams, PhD Reducing Feed Costs by Using Good Pasture Management: Tips for Maintaining a Healthy Pasture

Patricia Bona, DC Overcoming Performance Issues Despite a New Saddle, Bit and Saddle Pad: Using Grooming to Mobilize the Lower Joints and Improve the Horse’s Overall Flexibility Judi Whipple Tricks to Train: Using Tricks to Develop a Positive Relationship with Your Horse Natasha Nagawiecki Considerations for Clipping Small Horses & Ponies

Ask the Expert: Suzy Stafford A Question & Answer Forum on the Sport of Driving

Chris Irwin Be the Horse You Want to See: Earning Respect, Trust, Willingness & Focus from Horses by Thinking & Speaking Horse, and Playing Horse Games by Horse Rules Patricia Bona, DC What is Your Horse’s Posture Telling You? Reading Your Horse’s Posture and Symmetry to Detect Issues

Patti Brooks Competitive Trail Riding: Preparing Yourself & Your Horse for a 20 Mile Competitive Trail Ride

Equine Fundamentals Forum (Mallary South)

Judi Whipple Taking the Lead: Catching, Leading, and Tying Your Horse Friesian - FHANA Julie Goodnight Danger Zone! Understanding Why Horses Bite, Strike and Kick and How to Stay Safe Mountain Horse Copper Hills Vaulters Preparing for Vaulting on Horseback with Vaulting Barrel Exercises Nokota Walter Varcoe The Horse’s Hoof from the Inside Out Pinto US Mounted Games Starting a Mounted Games Program within Your Pony Club Andalusian Stick Horse Rodeo

Melissa Pearce Developing a Career in Equine Coaching: A 411 on Building & Living Your Dream of Working with Horses

NOTE: This Clinic, Seminar & Demonstration Schedule is printed months in advance of the event and is therefore subject to change. Please consult the Equine Affaire Web site ( for continuously updated information. The final version of the schedule will be available at the event in the official Equine Affaire program.

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EVENT LOCATION Equine Affaire will be held at Eastern States Exposition. The address and GPS coordinates for this venue are: Eastern States Exposition 1305 Memorial Ave. W. Springfield, MA 01089 GPS Coordinates: 42.1070383,-72.6203675

EVENT DATES Thursday-Sunday, November 9-12, 2017

EVENT HOURS Thursday–Saturday Sunday

9:00 a.m–7:30 p.m. 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

ADMISSION General admission to Equine Affaire includes access to all clinics, seminars, and demonstrations. Call 740-845-0085 to order your tickets or order online at


Daily: Four-Day Pass:

$16 $50






Adult admission includes a free event program while supplies last. Tickets are available in advance and at the door. Cash only at the door. Eastern States Exposition will charge for parking. No refunds. No pets.

CONTACT INFORMATION Equine Affaire, Inc. 2720 State Route 56 SW London, OH 43140 740-845-0085 phone 740-845-2879 fax Mon–Fri 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. ET 22


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Equine Affaire’s Fantasia To Again Present Three Spectacular Nights of Equestrian Adventure IT’S THE KIND OF NEWS THAT MAKES a horse lover’s heart sing. Once again Equine Affaire is pleased to confirm three consecutive nights, November 9-11, of its blockbuster “musical celebration of the horse” known and loved as the Fantasia at the Eastern States Exposition in W. Springfield, MA. The Fantasia is a choreographed spectacle of showmanship that never fails to leave standing-room-only audiences singing along to musical scores from country to classical to contemporary, and leaving with full hearts and renewed conviction in the beauty, nobility, strength, and devotion of the horses and ponies that share our lives. From the exhilarating derring-do of Bobby Kerr and his mustangs to mesmerizing Lusitanos taking flight in airs above the ground, the theatrical showmanship of Pirate-costumed Friesians, and the natural beauty of horses performing at liberty with world-renowned trainer and entertainer Sylvia Zerbini, the 2017 Fantasia will be a two-hour feast for the senses that will be the perfect way to cap off a day of shopping at the largest allhorse trade show of its kind and taking in Equine Affaire’s array of educational forums, clinics, and demonstrations. Historically drawing sold-out crowds nightly to the Eastern States Exposition’s historic Coliseum, the Fantasia is the equestrian entertainment cornerstone of Equine Affaire. The show is again generously underwritten by Absorbine, aka the W.F. Young Company, which was founded

in 1892 in nearby East Longmeadow by Mary Ida and Wilbur Young as they developed a humane method of treating lameness in their own beloved horses. Absorbine celebrates its own milestone this season with 125 years of caring for animals. The Fantasia will start nightly at 8:00 p.m. on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, with doors opening at 7:15 p.m. Tickets are just $14 to $25 and are available online at or by contacting Equine Affaire. Advance tickets are on sale through November 7; any remaining tickets are then available for purchase at Equine Affaire starting at 9:00 a.m., Thursday, November 9, at the

[RIGHT] The Behind the Mask drill team, led by Eugene Sweeney, will present a pirate themed performance. [FAR RIGHT] A Lusitano from Sons of the Wind Farm performs airs above the ground. [FAR RIGHT MIDDLE] Kelly Sapp riding Static Electricity. [BELOW LEFT] Sylvia Zerbini with an Arabian stallion at liberty. [BELOW RIGHT] Bobby Kerr and his daring Mustangs.



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Information Booth in the Better Living Center. Bookmark for upcoming announcements about the 2017 Fantasia celebrity guests and performers, as well as updates about all of Equine Affaire’s speakers, seminars, and demonstrations.



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A Gift Full of Memories Keep a piece of your beloved friend with you always with a custom piece of horsehair jewelry made from your own horses tail. There are many styles and price ranges to choose from including pieces adorned with silver engraveable tubing.

Early, Safe and Accurate Lameness Diagnosis “A standing MRI provides us with information to accurately identify the cause of lameness and provide a targeted treatment plan." ~ Mark T. Reily, DVM Diplomate ABVP (Equine)

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Call 919.961.1841 for a brochure. Gift Certificates Available

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Commercial Exhibits; Booths 100–1011 Equine Affaire Information Booth Presenters Seminar Stage Sponsors


Commercial Exhibits; Booths 1101–1413 Clinic Arena Presenters Sponsors


Breed Pavilion & Horse Association Exhibits Booths 2101–2518


Clinic Arena Versatile Horse & Rider Competition, sponsored by Nutrena® Fantasia, sponsored by Absorbine®


Horse & Farm Exhibits Horses “For Sale”


Affaire Wear Commercial Exhibits Demo Ring


Clinic Arena Commercial Exhibits Equine Fundamentals Forum Presenters Volunteer Office



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ON 1795 Alysheba Way, Suite 7102 Lexington, KY 40509 Local: 859-259-3399 Fax: 859-255-0726 Email: Office@ or www.CHAinst Printed in the






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Composite Manual of Horsemanship, Riding Instructor Manual and educational horsemanship DVDs from the Certified Horsemanship Association. Visit us at Booth 1227

To order these materials, host a clinic, become certified or find an instructor or barn near you visit – or call 859-259-3399

23nd Annual Equine Expo Equine Expo Paraphernalia Sale Hosted By Essex County Trail Association


Saturday April 28th 2018 9am – 3pm $ 5 Admission Children Under 10 Free INDOORS at the Topsfield Fairgrounds In the Arena Building Route 1 Topsfield, MA

Demos All Day plus a Silent Auction Visit our large marketplace selling new and used items plus services for the horse, rider & driver For more information or to reserve a sales space please contact 978-768-6275 / 978-468-7715

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HOST HOTELS 1. Sheraton Springfield: (1.5 mi.) 1 Monarch Place, Springfield; (413) 781-1010; $154.00-$174.00; Expires 10/08/17

6. Clarion Hotel: (3.5 mi.) 1080 Riverdale St., W. Springfield; (413) 781-8750; $115.00; Expires 10/20/17

2. Springfield Marriott: (2 mi.) 2 Boland Way, Springfield; (413) 781-7111; $155.00; Expires 10/24/17

7. Comfort Inn & Suites: (4 mi.) 106 Capital Dr., W. Springfield; (413) 736-5000; $102 - $139; for 1– 4; 3 Night Minimum for Friday night; Expires 10/18/17

3. Candlewood Suites: (2 mi.) 572 Riverdale St., W. Springfield; (413) 739-1122; $115.99 for 1-4 Code: AFF; Expires 10/22/17

8. Hampton Inn - West Springfield: (4.5 mi.) 1011 Riverdale St., W. Springfield; (413) 732-1300; $139.00; Expires 10/6/17

4. La Quinta Inns & Suites: (2.5 mi.) 100 Congress St., Springfield; (413) 781-0900; $97.00 - $117.00; Code: Equine Affaire 2017; Expires 10/10/17

9. Homewood Suites Holyoke: (6.5 mi.) 375 Whitney Ave., Holyoke; (413) 532-3100; $145.00 Code: Equine Affaire 2017; Expires 10/16/17

5. Hilton Garden Inn: (2.5 mi.) 800 Hall of Fame Ave., Springfield; Exit 4 off I-91; (413) 886-8000; $184.00; Expires 10/09/17

10. Hampton Inn – Chicopee: (7.5 mi.) 600 Memorial Dr., Chicopee; I-291N to I-90W to Rte. 33; (413) 593-1500 $129.00; Expires 10/17/17

11. Holiday Inn Springfield South – Enfield: (8.5 mi.) 1 Bright Meadow Blvd., Enfield; I-91S, Exit 49; (860) 741-2211 $116.00; Expires 10/07/17 12. Quality Inn – Westfield: (8.5 mi.) 2 Southampton Rd., Westfield; (413) 568-2821 $84.95; Expires 10/24/17 13. Holiday Inn Express & Suites: (9 mi.) 39 Southampton Rd., Westfield; (413) 564-6900 $119.00 - $129.00; Expires 10/07/17 14. Hampton Inn – Enfield: (10.5 mi.) 20 Phoenix Ave., Enfield, CT; (860) 741-3111; $127.00$157.00, Expires 10/17/17 15. Baymont Inn & Suites: (13.5 mi.) 260 Main St., E. Windsor, CT; I-91S Exit 44; (860) 627-6585 $85 for 1– 4; Expires: 10/12/17

CAMPING INFORMATION Spaces with 30-amp electrical hookups and limited water are available for $30/night. There are also 37 sites with 50-amp service and water for $60/night. Check-out time for all camping sites is 10:00 a.m. No advance registration. Grounds open at 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, November 8, 2017. Call 413-737-2443 for more information.

Directions to Equine Affaire at the Eastern States Exposition: Eastern States Exposition 1305 Memorial Ave. W. Springfield, MA 01089 GPS Coordinates: 42.1070383,-72.6203675 The Eastern States Exposition is conveniently located in W. Springfield, MA, in the heart of New England near the junction of Interstates 90 and 91 and just 14 miles from Bradley International Airport in Hartford, CT. Coming from eastern Massachusetts or the Albany Area Take the Massachusetts Turnpike to exit 4. Go south on Rte 5 to Rte 147 (Memorial Ave.). Go west on Rte 147 one mile and enter the Eastern States Exposition at Gate 9 on your left. 28


Coming from Connecticut and the South via Interstate 91 Go north on I-91 to Massachusetts exit 6 (for the center of Springfield). Go east on Columbus Ave. to Boland Way (at the Springfield Sheraton). Go left at the light and continue over Memorial Bridge. At the circle, go west on Rte 147 (Memorial Ave.) one mile and enter the Eastern States Exposition at Gate 9 on your left. can go north on I-91 to Connecticut exit 38 (Poquonock). Go north on Rte 75 to Rte 147 (Memorial Ave.). Go right (east) on Rte 147 and go about a mile to enter the Eastern States Exposition at Gate 9 on your right.

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Coming from Vermont and New Hampshire via Interstate 91 Go south on I-91 to exit 13B (Rte 5). Go south on Rte 5 to Rt. 147 (Memorial Ave.) and go right (west) one mile to enter the Eastern States Exposition at Gate 9 on your left.




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EXHIBITOR LIST ■■1 Source Publications, Inc ■■15 Hands Horsewear ■■5/A Baker Products ■■A Horse of a Different Color ■■A&B Barns ■■AAH Light- Photonic Healing ■■ABI Equine ■■Absorbine ■■Active Riding Trips ■■Adams Horse and Pet Supplies ■■Advanced Equine Studies ■■Affaire Wear ■■AIM Equine Network ■■Alfred University Equestrian Program ■■Aloe Vera Skin Care ■■Alpacas of Greater TN, LLC ■■American Artists ■■American Connemara Pony Society - Region 1 ■■American National Property And Casualty Company ■■American Quarter Horse Association - Region 6 ■■American Saddlebred Horse Association ■■American Shire Horse Association ■■American Sidesaddle Association ■■American Wild Horse Campaign ■■America’s Mustang Heritage Foundation ■■Andis Company ■■Animal and Spirit Talk ■■Animals To Wear ■■Antares Custom Saddles ■■Arabian Horse Association ■■Arctic Horse All Weather Riding Skirts ■■ARENACLEAR- Dust Controls ■■Artis Equus ■■Assumption College Equestrian team ■■Australian Saddle Company ■■Axion Horse Blanket ■■B.H. Trailers and Plows ■■Back On Track ■■Bay State Trail Riders Assoication ■■Becker College ■■Behind the Mask ■■Belle and Bow Equestrian ■■Bemer Equine Therapy ■■Bemis Farms Nursery ■■Ben Risney Woodcarving ■■Black Forest Treeless Saddles ■■Black Horse Creations ■■BLM Wild Horse Adoption ■■Blue Rider Stables ■■Blue Seal ■■Bob Burrelli Team Natural Horsemanship ■■Bows by Lisa Luann ■■Browbands with Bling & Other Things ■■Buckwild Breeches ■■Buffalo Run Emporium ■■BugPellent



■■By Frederique ■■C4 Belts ■■Camp Jewell YMCA ■■Canadian Horse Heritage & Preservation Society ■■Canidae Pet Foods ■■Cape Cod Leather ■■Caroline Christie Photography ■■Carousel Sweets by Ellie ■■Catalina's Orginals ■■Cathy Drumm ■■Cazenovia College ■■Centenary University ■■Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) ■■Chained Leather ■■Champion Saddlery Inc ■■Chatterwalls, LLC ■■Chick's Saddlery ■■Chris Irwin ■■Cinch Hook ■■CIO Embroidery ■■Circle A Saddlery ■■Circle B/Barn Depot Supply/ Iron Horse ■■Circle H Ranch and Tack ■■Classic Equine Equipment LLC ■■Classic Sweaters & PolarFleece ■■ClearSpan Fabric Structures ■■Click Heat ■■Coach @ Viennel Galleries ■■Concessions LTD ■■Connecticut Draft Horse Rescue ■■Connecticut Horse Cremation LLC ■■Con-Tack ■■Copper Arts ■■Corinthian Insurance Agency, Inc ■■Cosequin® Joint Health Supplements ■■Cox Veterinary Laboratory, Inc ■■Craig Johnson Reining Horses ■■CWD Sellier ■■D.D. Rapps ■■d.w. Equis ■■Dansko by I Love My Clogs ■■Dark Horse Chocolates ■■Datamars/Petlink ■■Delaware Valley University ■■Design 9000/ Big Skinny Wallets ■■Devoucoux ■■Diamond RV Centre ■■Dimacci ■■DK Saddlery ■■Double D Trailers ■■DP Saddlery ■■Drinking Post Waterer ■■Dubarry of Ireland ■■Eastern States Exposition ■■Emeny ■■Emerald Valley Natural Health ■■Empire Marketing ■■Empowered Equines ■■En Masse Marketing Corp ■■Energy Panel Structures ■■Eponia Equestrian Sport ■■Equestrian Essentials Inc

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■■Equiderma ■■EquiFit ■■EquiFUSE / Glowing Results ■■EquiGroomer ■■Equinature ■■Equine & Country ■■Equine Design LLC ■■Equine Equipment ■■Equine GesTalt Coaching ■■Equine Journal ■■Equinutrix Nutrition Solutions ■■Equipride ■■Equistix Equine Sports Massage Tool ■■Equus Survival Trust ■■Espoma Naturals Sani- Care ■■Essential Bodywear- The Bra Lady ■■Ever After Mustang Rescue Training & Education Center ■■EZ Kut ■■Fantasy Board Games LLC ■■Farnam ■■Farriers Magic ■■Festival Quilts ■■Finearf by Lisa Greene ■■Finish Line Horse Products ■■Finishline Fencing ■■Fleece Corner ■■Flitz International LTD ■■Forage Solutions LLC "Hydration Hay" ■■Forever Fork ■■Forza Cavallo Gallery ■■Foster Hill Farm Miniature Donkeys ■■Foxden Equine ■■Freelance Design USA ■■Friesian Horse Association of North America ■■Friesians of Majesty - FPZV - USA ■■Gaptack ■■Geneva Lakes Jewelry ■■Gerda's Equine Rescue ■■GGT - Footing ■■GLC Direct, LLC ■■Goodnight Training Stables ■■Greater Springfield Convention and Visitors Bureau ■■Grillie ■■Grizzly Pet Products ■■Gypsy Vanner Horse Society ■■HandsOn Shedding/Bathing/ Grooming Gloves ■■Hat Palace ■■Hay Chix ■■Hay Where's That Blue Stuff ■■Heidi Potter Holistic Horsemanship ■■Herbs For Life, Inc ■■Heroes, Horses and Hounds ■■Hess Enterprises ■■Hilton Herbs LTD ■■Holistic Equine Academy of Lymphedema ■■Home Horse ■■Horizon Structures, LLC ■■Horse Ease, LLC ■■Horse Tack Warehouse

■■Horse Trailer Sales ■■HorseLoverZ ■■HorseTech, Inc ■■Horslyx ■■Hunt Fronts ■■IALHA - International Andalusian & Lusitano Horse Association ■■Impact Gel ■■Impressions of Saratoga ■■In The Stirrup ■■Ink Drawings by Gene Matras ■■Intercollegiate Horse Show Association ■■Interscholastic Equestrian Association ■■Irish Draught Horse Society of North America ■■J.C. Sales ■■Jeff Wilson Cowboy Dressage ■■Jessica Morin Studio ■■Jest- A- Bit Farm ■■Jills Wandering Cowboys ■■Jods ■■Johnson and Wales University ■■JP's North Inc. ■■Jug Equine Waterers ■■Kathryn Lily Equestrian ■■Ken McNabb Horsemanship ■■Kent Glass Works ■■Kentucky Equine Research ■■Kentucky Performance Products, LLC ■■Key R-D Trailer Sales ■■Kingdom Trailers ■■Kurtz Boots ■■L & D Trailers/Equi-trek-Portland ■■Lake Erie College School of Equine Studies ■■Langebec Wood Shavings ■■LeafFilter Gutter Protection ■■Lester Building Systems ■■Life Data Labs, Inc ■■Live for the Ride ■■LM Boots ■■LubrisynHA ■■Lucas Equine Equipment ■■Lucerne Farms Inc ■■Lucky's Trailer Sales, Inc ■■Maine Horse Doctor - David A. Jefferson, DVM ■■Majesty's Animal Nutrition ■■Manely Long Hair ■■Mark Enterprises, Inc ■■MB Tractor & Equipment ■■Merry- Go Round Pens LLC ■■Miner Institute ■■Miss Bennets Jewelry ■■Model Horse Jumps- Mighty Minis ■■Monomoy Horse & Dog ■■Muck Boot Company ■■Muddy Creek Rain Gear ■■Murdoch Method ■■Myhre Equine Clinic ■■National Animal Supplement Council ■■Nelson Manufacturing Company ■■New England Bells

EXHIBITOR LIST ■■New England Dressage Association ■■New England Morgan Horse Association ■■New England Pinto Horse Association ■■Newt's Hat Co ■■Next Step Designs ■■Noah's Ark Chiropractic ■■NibbleNet ■■Noble Haus Inc. ■■Nokota Horse Conservancy ■■Northeast Equine Transport ■■Northeast Farrier Supply ■■Northeast Icelandic Horse Club ■■Northeast Paso Fino Association ■■Nutrena ■■Northeast Paso Fino ■■Oceanwood ■■Old People's Riding Club ■■Omega Alpha Equine ■■On the Road ■■One Stop Equine Shop ■■Online Equine Supplies ■■Orchard Trailers ■■Ornaments Collection ■■Outback Survival Gear & Saratoga Saddlery ■■Pal o Mine Equestrian ■■Palmers Global Magnetic Therapy ■■ParaScreen-E ■■PATH International ■■Patricia's Presents ■■PC Show Promotions/ Accutherapy ■■Peaceful Valley Donkey Rescue ■■Pegasus Airboots ■■Perri's Leather ■■Pet Brush ■■Phil the Horse ■■Pleasant View Farms, Inc ■■Ponylocks Custom Horsehair Jewelry ■■Post University Equine Program ■■Poulin Grain, Inc. ■■Presson's Akers Ranch, LLC ■■Priefert Farm, Ranch & Rodeo ■■Protectowire FireSystems ■■Purina Animal Nutrition LLC ■■Pyranha ■■Red Pony Pottery ■■Redmond Equine ■■Resvantage Equine ■■Ribbon Flair ■■Ricks Tack/ Stagecoach Embroidery ■■Riding For Women ■■Rockin J Equine ■■Rodeo Drive ■■Rodeo Karma ■■Ryder Supply Co ■■Saddle Up Clothing Company ■■SaddleRanch ■■Sarah Lynn Richards ■■Savannah College of Art & Design ■■Save Your Ass Long Ear Rescue ■■Schleese ■■Scott's Recreation ■■Scratch n All

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A&B Lumber .............. Back Cover

Foundation ■■Timeless Fence System ■■Tipperary Horse Blankets ■■TNT - Tick Natural Terminator ■■Total Feeds ■■Touch of Purple ■■Touchstone Farm ■■Tourbillon Trailer Sales, Inc. ■■Trafalgar Square Books

AG Liner Inc. . Inside Back Cover Antares Sellier France .............19 Arctic Horse ................................19 Bemer Group..............................23 Blue Chip Structures/Rigidply

■■Tribute Equine Nutrition

Rafters .........................................23

■■Trilogy Saddles

Cazenovia College ....................23

■■Triple Crown Nutrition ■■Triple H Australian Wear

Certified Horsemanship

■■Tufts Ambulatory Service

Association .................................27

■■TW Wholesale ■■Uckele Health & Nutrition

Classic Equine Equipment .....26

■■United States Pony Club

Emerald Valley Equine ............20

■■United States Trotting Association ■■University of Massachusetts Amherst (SEE Stockbridge School) ■■University of New Hampshire's Equine Program ■■URAD Leather Care ■■US Wild Horse and Burro Association ■■Valerie's Gallery ■■Valley Vet Supply ■■Van Hargis Horsemanship ■■Vermont Techincal College Equine Studies Program ■■Vet Supply Source ■■Vetoquinol USA ■■Vibershield Organic Vibration Jewelry ■■Vin Equine Services ■■VisitLEX ■■Voltaire Design ■■Wahl Clipper Corporation ■■Waskos Trailer Sales

Essex County Trail Assn ..........27 Ethical Chem ..............................18 Fine ARF by Lisa Greene.........21 GGT Footing/Polysols ..............13 Hands On Equine ........................ 9 Horizon Structures ...................25 Jug Waterers ..............................27 Julie Goodnight .........................12 King Construction ....................... 1 Merry Go Round Pens..............16 New England Dressage Association .................................17 Northeast Farrier Supply, Inc. 7

■■WeCover Structures Inc

Nutrena.......................................... 5

■■Weichert Realtors

Plastic Innovation.....................29

■■Wellpride LLLP ■■Wellscroft Fence Systems, LLC

Ponylocks Inc .............................25

■■Whisker Biscuits

Purina Animal Nutrition .........21

■■White Haven Farm ■■White Picket Studios

Smith Worthington .................... 2

■■Whoa Girl Designs LLC

Sons Of The Wind Farm ............ 3

■■Wholistic Pet & Equine Center ■■Wiksmart Coolers

South Shore Equine Clinic .....25

■■William Raveis Real Estate

The Carriage Shed ....................11

■■William Woods University ■■Wilsie Way Horsemanship

The Espom Company...............14

■■Winchester Pottery

The Wire Horse ..........................29

■■Windmill Monogrammed Halters ■■Winnies Cookies ■■WOW Saddles ■■Yankee Walkers, Gaited Horses of New England ■■Young Living Essential Oils

United States Hunter Jumper Association . Inside Front Cover We Cover .....................................15 Wellpride .....................................32

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