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  • Writer's pictureReporter Sue Chikie

Everything Equine On The Border Wraps Up Its 3rd Successful Year!


Everything Equine. Photo submitted

Everything Equine took place from April 12 to the 14 celebrating equestrian mastery and passion.

Hosted at the Lloydminster Agricultural Exhibition Association, the event brought together riders, breeders, enthusiasts, and industry experts for an unforgettable celebration of all things equine.

From breathtaking displays of horsemanship to insightful seminars and networking opportunities, the 2024 Everything Equine on the Border surpassed expectations, cementing its reputation as a premier gathering in the equestrian world.

Attendees were treated to a diverse array of activities, including the Trainer’s Challenge: Three talented trainers took to the round pen stage with their colts and highlighted a fierce yet friendly competition that captivated audiences and highlighted the remarkable bond between horse and rider. Rod Olsen won this year’s Trainer’s Challenge. The strong showing was both defending champions Braden Bernier and Wylene Wilson.

Educational Seminars had experts lead informative sessions on topics ranging from equine nutrition and veterinary care to training techniques and the latest advancements in the industry. Attendees gained valuable insights to enhance their understanding and appreciation of horses.

The Tadeshow was a vibrant marketplace buzzing with activity as vendors offered everything from top-of-the-line equipment and apparel to artisanal goods and innovative products designed to enhance the well-being of horses and riders alike.

There were also clinic opportunities that provided a platform for professionals and enthusiasts to connect, learn new techniques, and forge deeper partnerships with their equine partners. Clinicians this year were Jill Barron, Geoff Hoar, and Connie Dorsch.

The fashion show spotlighted the newest in Western fashion! This year’s fashion show was complemented with 4-legged companions and their best fashion items!

As the curtains closed on another successful edition of Everything Equine on the Border event, organizers extended their heartfelt gratitude to sponsors, exhibitors, participants, volunteers, and attendees for their unwavering support and dedication. Their contributions were instrumental in making their event a resounding success.

Plans are already underway for the 2025 Everything Equine on the Border, promising even more excitement, inspiration, and camaraderie.

This event continues to celebrate the timeless beauty and boundless potential of the noble horse.

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