February 1, 2014, Equine Events

 Saturday, February 1

Click the Midwestern Equestrian Event Venue Roster tab at the top of this page (underneath the page banner) to find street addresses and contact telephone numbers.

4-H Tack Swap
Carver County 4-H at Waconia Farm Supply Greenhouse, Waconia, Minnesota. 

2013 MVR Awards Banquet
Minnesota Valley Riders Saddle Club at Borough Bowl, Belle Plaine, Minnesota. 

Barrel Racing / Billy Freitag Benefit
High Island Arena, Henderson, Minnesota.

Bulls Barrels and Broncs
R and J Arena, Verndale, Minnesota.

DCHA Tack Swap and Craft Sale
Dodge County Horsemen’s Association at Juneau Community Center, Juneau, Wisconsin.

Heartland Beat the Blues Winter Series
Heartland Stables, Custer, Wisconsin.

Horsemanship Clinic with Dan Grunewald
Timber Creek Stables, Shirley, Illinois. 

Horseman’s Presentation by David Nobbe – “Why My Horse Won’t Do What I Want Him To” 
Horseman’s Council of Illinois at Francis Field, New Lenox, Illinois.

Ledges Winter Series – “A” Circuit
Ledges Sporting Horses, Roscoe, Illinois.

"Facing a hurdle? Get over it!" (Equestrian jumpers: Tank top days are coming. Find this design exclusively at CafePress.)

Lesson/Clinic Weekend
Novak Equine Facility, Brainerd, Minnesota.

NBHA / IBRA Barrel Challenge

National Barrel Horse Association / International Barrel Racing Association at Chism Trail Ranch, Merrill, Wisconsin.

Please contact host organizations or equestrian facilities directly for additional details on any of these equestrian events.

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