2009 Missouri Equine Council Annual Horse Celebration


2009 Missouri Equine Council Annual Horse CelebrationThe Missouri Equine Council Annual Horse Celebration

This year is honoring the Missouri Equine Council’s 20th anniversary. Put together to be an event horse lovers of all levels can have fun and interact with quality equestrian professionals in all fields.

Visitors are encouraged to bring their mounts and ride in a dressage clinic with Olympic equestrian Dianna Rankin. Or have Ryan Gengrich from RFD-TV help you school your problem horse.

Other Activities Include

  • Ultimate Equestrian Challenge
  • Jack Knife Hollow Hick Chicks Drill Team
  • Horse Seminars & Demonstrations
  • Evening Horse Social
  • Horse Judging Contest
  • Equestrian Fashion Show
  • Equine Vendors & Shopping

Adults $10.00
16 & younger $5.00
All proceeds will benefit the Missouri Equine Council


January 23 – 24


Boone County Fairgrounds – Columbia, Missouri

Find Out More

The Missouri Equine Council, Inc.
PO Box 263
Tipton, MO 65081
(800) 313-3327

Schedule of Events

Boone County Fairgrounds
5212 N Oakland Gravel Rd
Columbia MO, 65202
(573) 474-9435

Be sure to visit the 2009 Equestrian Events Calendar and check back for info about the 2010 Missouri Equine Council Annual Horse Celebration

4 Comments on “2009 Missouri Equine Council Annual Horse Celebration

  1. Lisa Petty

    Why have you eliminated the Breed Demonstrations from the Equine Council Days in Columbia, MO. Was especially looking forward to catching a glimpse of the KC Carriage & Driving Club demos! Also, why have this in the middle of the winter??

    Lisa Petty

  2. Paige

    Hi Lisa,

    Thanks for your comment. You should direct your inquiry to the official website listed above.

    The carriage and driving club demos sound like fun, be sure to let me know if they reinstate them (and if they decide summer is a better time of year). :)

  3. Sara

    This was my third year to attend the celebration, and while I was not there for the entire schedule, thought this year was the best yet!

    Thank goodness this IS held in the winter or we wouldn’t be able to attend when things get so busy! It gives us a chance to learn new things and then apply them to our horses when the weather does get warm.

    I saw the driving exhibition last year and it was very interesting.

  4. Ashley

    The Equine Celebration was great! I know it takes a lot to put so many wonderful events into one jam-packed day! The demonstrations and booths are very interesting and beneficial to riders of any age. I particularly enjoy the horse judging the most. It gives kids a chance to get the feel for it, and possibly look into it as a career. The 3 trainers training those horses within 2 or 3 days is quite entertaining and amazing as well! Thank you Council for putting on this wonderful event each and every year.

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