EquiFest of Kansas set Feb. 8 to 10
EquiFest of Kansas is an annual event held at the Kansas Pavilions in Wichita. EquiFest of Kansas is a three-day exposition for horse owners and horse lovers that offers world-class clinicians, breed showcases, stallion reviews, special demonstrations, lectures and an equine products trade show.
A multitude of horse breeds demonstrate their versatility and strengths, providing a colorful, action-filled array of horses in many sizes, shapes and colors. Commercial equine shopping offers tack, horse trailers, feed, clothing, equipment, gifts and more.
In addition to the fabulous clinician line-up, EquiFest 2013 features an entire weekend full of fantastic equine events: Battle of the Breeds, Driving Derby, Cowboy Mounted Shooting, Stallion Review, Breed Showcases and a ranch rodeo.
Al Dunning: He has been a professional trainer since 1970 and his expertise in all facets of western events have elevated him to great success in the AQHA, NRHA, NRCHA, and NCHA. Dunning has developed a winning tradition with Quarter Horses that is well documented. He trains, conducts clinics, and consults for ranch development and equestrian planning.
Guy McLean: Often called the official "Ambassador of the Outback," Guy McLean and his Australian horses have entertained, inspired and educated thousands of Australians from all walks of life. His clinics and demonstrations at EquiFest 2013 are events for children, families, horseman and the general public.
Lynn Palm: A pioneer among women in the equine industry, Lynn Palm Pittion-Rossillon has long had a passion for teaching. In fact, she instructed her first clinic in 1970. No other clinician today can begin to match Palm's proven performance record as an all-around trainer, showman, exhibitor and entrepreneur with a first-class reputation.
Charles Throckmorton: Course designer, technical coordinator, and judge Charles Throckmorton is back for EquiFest 2013 Anyone interested or involved in hunter, jumping, hunt seat and a balanced and traditional ride and way of going should attend Throckmorton's clinics during EquiFest. He is sponsored by the Kansas Hunter Jumper Association.