Equestrians across the American Midwest are tacking up for a wonderful variety of horse happenings during the third weekend of September. Popular events include fun and open shows, fall trail rides, and horse training clinics.
Equestrian events continue from Friday, September 20, through Sunday, September 22.
Participants and spectators are advised to call horse show and event venues ahead to confirm times and other details. Last-minute changes and cancellations may occur.
Take a gander at these show bills and flyers for top Midwestern equestrian events occurring during the third weekend of September:
Big Valley Ranch hosts the Best of America on Horseback from September 20 to 22, in Avoca, Wisconsin.
On September 21 and 22, Stefanie Reinhold teaches a workshop on Basic Horse Mechanics at Four Winds Equestrian Center, in Salem, Wisconsin.
Sharon Camarillo presents a Performance Horsemanship for Better Barrel Racing clinic at Showtime Arena, in Deerfield, Wisconsin, on September 21 and 22.
The Wisconsin Pinto Horse Association holds a show on September 21 and 22 at Wisconsin’s Jefferson County Fair Park.
On September 21, Circle H Equestrian Stables rounds out its Open Horse Show Summer Series 2013 in Seymour, Wisconsin.
Creekview Riding Center concludes its 2013 CRC Open Show Circuit at the Brown County Fairgrounds, in DePere, Wisconsin, on September 21.
Also on September 21, the Marinette County 4-H Horse Project has a 4-H Open Speed Show at the Marinette County Fairgrounds, in Wausaukee, Wisconsin.
Stoney Acres Equestrian Center, of Portage, Wisconsin, boasts a Hunt/Jump and Fun show, along with an Open House, on September 21.
On September 22, the Menomonee Falls Saddle Club Pleasure Show goes off at the MFSC Grounds, in Sussex, Wisconsin.
The West 20 Ranch and Saddle Company’s Annual Open Pleasure Horse Show Series continues with a September 22 installment in East Troy, Wisconsin.
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