Skip to main content
  1. Sports
  2. Recreation
  3. Equestrian

Raffle winner to leave Midwest Horse Fair with new trailer in tow

See also

Who wants to win a brand-new horse trailer at the Midwest Horse Fair?

A raffle will offer an Eclipse Aluminum Horse Trailer at the popular equine expo, which runs from April 11 to 13 at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison.

Tickets, priced at $5 each (or five for $20), will be available at these locations during the fair:

  • Booths 1701-1703 – in the Exhibition Hall
  • Wisconsin Horse Council Booth – in the John Deere Coliseum

The raffle will take place at 4 p.m. on Sunday, April 13, in the Coliseum. Raffle ticket sales close at 3 p.m. that day.

Trailer raffle proceeds will be used to fun Wisconsin Horse Council-supported grants, scholarships, trail funds, and Wisconsin equine industry promotion.

The winner of the Eclipse Aluminum Trailer raffle must be 18 years or older and must take possession of the trailer after 5 p.m. on April 13, 2014. For U.S. Internal Revenue Service purposes, the trailer will be considered taxable income, with a fair market value of $13,456.00. Title and licensing fees are the winner’s responsibility.

All Midwest Horse Fair employees, board of directors members, and immediate family members are ineligible to participate in the trailer raffle.

Rob Blohowiak, DVM, of Great Lakes Equine Wellness Center, in Hortonville, Wisconsin, won a similar Eclipse trailer at the 2013 Midwest Horse Fair.

The 2014 Midwest Horse Fair, themed “Horse Tales,” takes place April 11 to 13 at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison, Wisconsin.

You can find lots more regional equestrian event listings at Mane Dates: Horsing Around in the Upper Midwest.)

Please note: Thank you for reading and for sharing the link to this article with others. Feel free to +1, Digg, Facebook, Pin, Stumble, Tweet, or otherwise pass the http link along. However, this content is copyrighted, so the actual article (or images) may not be copied and reposted on blogs, social networking sites, websites, or elsewhere.

Readers: You are invited to subscribe (confidentially and free) to receive e-mail updates whenever this columnist publishes a new article. Feel free to follow on Google Plus and Twitter. You are also invited to join this writer's fan page and the Equestrian Examiner – Madison and More page on Facebook.

Equestrian event managers and hosts: Do you have upcoming shows, clinics, or other highlights to share? Email the Madison Equestrian Examiner with flyers and details. Or join (“like”) the Mane Dates page on Facebook, and post key details there.

Writers: Want to learn how you can join Examiner as a columnist in your choice of cities and topics? Email me for details.

Advertisement