The WA State Horse Expo is excited to introduce Horse Tales, an exciting new program that is premiering February 19–21, 2016, at this year’s expo and replaces the Breed Parade.
“Horse Tales is an opportunity for people in the horse community to tell their story,” said Lynn Jenkins, organizer of this new program. “Breeders can showcase their horse/s, trainers can promote their program and clubs can share their passion.”
The new program isn’t about different breeds of horses, it’s an opportunity for business owners and horsemen and women to share what they have to offer. A parade will open and close the show.
“We are pleased the parade will have such prominence this year, says Jenkins, “but it’s the in-between activities that I am really excited to announce.”
The new program includes “Show and Tell,” where individuals have 5-10 minutes to present their horse tale in the Exhibition Hall’s main arena between each clinic. This is followed by a “Meet and Greet” and each participant will have 25 minutes to meet potential new customers and answer questions. In addition, participants in the program will also be featured in the program guide and on the event website, wastatehorseexpo.com. Cost of the program is $575 and includes one stall.
If you have a story to tell, we want to hear it! Space is limited and spots are filling so sign up now. Contact Lynn Jenkins at 360-773-7513 or [email protected] for more information.
Published in January 2016 Issue
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