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Verde Valley Equine Festival 2015
April 17 - 19
Sponsored by

New opportunities at the Verde Valley Equine Festival

The Verde Valley Equine Festival is a three day extravaganza of everything and anything horse related. You will see over 50 different clinics, offered by trainers, veterinarians, and professionals in their field. The third annual Arizona Horsemanís Challenge will take place where five Arizona trainers will have only eight hours over three days to compete for the title of Arizona Horsemanís Challenge Champion, using their own techniques on a completely un-broke colt. Clinics, vendors, great food, and exhibitions combine to make it three days full of fun and learning.

New this year! Verde Valley Equine Festival is offering Participation Clinics with three of our clinicians. These clinics are two and a half hours of instruction for you and your horse. There will be one participation clinic offered each day of the Festival. Fridayís clinic will feature Lanny Leach, Saturdayís will feature Greg Robinson, and Sundayís will feature Paula Bausch. These clinics will be limited to only twelve participants to ensure quality one on one time with each trainer.

Be a VIP for the Day! Have you ever wondered what is going on behind the scenes?  VIP For the Day will give you access behind the scenes of the Arizona Horsemanís Challenge, along with entry for you and your horse into the Participation Clinic for that day along with other exciting extras. Watch the action next to the judges, see and hear what is going on as it happens! 

Another exciting addition to the Festival will be the Horsemanís Roundtable.  This event will be held Friday April 17 and Saturday April 18, from 6pm-9pm.  The Horsemanís Roundtable will consist of five professional horsemen/women currently active in the horse industry.  They will discuss various equine related topics that effect horses, owners and trainers in todayís world.  The panel will change each night and at the end of the Roundtable they will address questions from the audience.


 

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