Horse happenings continue from Thursday, October 24 through Monday, October 28.
As always, participants and spectators do well to call horse show and event venues ahead to confirm times and other details. Last-minute changes and cancellations may occur.
Rein in these show bills and flyers for top Midwestern horse highlights occurring during October’s final weekend:
The 2013 Arabian and Half-Arabian Distance National Championship Rides come to Jim Edgar Panther Creek State Park, in Springfield, Illinois, from October 24 to 28.
On October 26, the Tri-City Riding Club Arena hosts a Benefit Fun Show for Cidney Lloyd in Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin.
Bryna Helle leads a Parelli Workshop on October 26 and 27 at Park Ridge Ranch, in Mankato, Minnesota.
In Wilson, Wisconsin, Ivory Hills Stable offers a Dressage Clinic with Adam Steffens on October 26.
Also on October 26, St. Francis Horse Rescue & Retirement Farm holds a Cowboys in the Kitchen Fundraiser at Moose Family Center #1572 in Rosholt, Wisconsin.
Galloping Grove Ranch, of Union Grove, Wisconsin, presents an English & Western Horse Fun Show on October 26.
A Halloween Indoor Dressage Schooling Show is set for October 26 at Circle E Equestrian Stables, in Seymour, Wisconsin.
S Reverse S Arena launches its Holiday Open Show Series in Arena, Wisconsin, with an October 26 event.
Lynette Weldon teaches a Horsemanship Clinic at Lost Creek Ranch of Beldenville, Wisconsin, on October 27.
In Oregon, Wisconsin, on October 27, Mandt Equestrian Center has a Time to Play Open Horse Show.
Also on October 27, Monte Cristo Equestrian Center features a Halloween Party in Maple Park, Illinois.
You can find lots more regional equestrian event listings at Mane Dates: Horsing Around in the Upper Midwest.)
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