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Equine Affaire, The Pfizer Fantasia and The Extreme Cowboy Race at Ohio’s Expo Center this April

April  8, 9 & 11, 2010—The Extreme Cowboy Race™ at Equine Affaire, Ohio Expo Center, Columbus, OH



April  8, 9 & 11, 2010—The Extreme Cowboy Race™ at Equine Affaire, Ohio Expo Center, Columbus, OH

Equine Affaire is once again teaming up with Craig Cameron to present his trademarked Extreme Cowboy Race® at the 2010 Equine Affaire in Columbus, OH. The Extreme Cowboy Race®—as seen on RFD-TV—is an exciting competition in which horse and rider teams work through an obstacle course while being timed and judged on horsemanship criteria. The race will be held on Thursday and Friday afternoons and Sunday morning in the Ohio Expo Center coliseum where thousands of attendees will be able to enjoy the excitement of this high-action race and cheer on their favorite contestants. Pre-selected horse and rider teams will compete for $4,250 in cash as well as the title of Extreme Cowboy Race Champion. For details on the race, prizes, and how to apply to compete, consult or or contact Paula Woodward at (740) 845-0085 ext. 109 Monday–Friday from 9:00am–5:00pm Eastern or at

April 9–10, 2010—The Pfizer Fantasia:  Ohio Expo Center, Columbus, OH


Equine Affaire’s signature musical celebration of the horse, the Pfizer Fantasia, will take place at 8:00pm on Friday and Saturday, April 9th and 10th, in the coliseum at the Ohio Expo Center in Columbus. This special equine musical revue will feature a star-studded line up of professional equestrian performers and exceptional horses choreographed to a wide assortment of musical styles. Enjoy the beauty and diversity of horse breeds from miniatures to drafts as well as the excitement of equestrian sports ranging from reining, dressage, and driving to drill team, vaulting, liberty, and comedy acts. The 2010 Pfizer Fantasia promises to be an evening of extraordinary entertainment you will not want to miss.
Tickets for the Pfizer Fantasia range in price from $12 to $25 each plus a shipping/handling/seat selection fee. Advance tickets will be sold from January 11th through March 31st. To order tickets, visit or call (740) 845-0085 weekdays from 9:00am–5:00pm Eastern. Pfizer Fantasia tickets not sold in advance will be available at Equine Affaire beginning at 9:00am on Thursday, April 8th, at the Information Booth in the Bricker Building.

April 8–11, 2010—Equine Affaire: Ohio Expo Center, Columbus, OH

Equine Affaire, the nation’s premier equine exposition and equestrian gathering, will return to the Ohio Expo Center in Columbus on April 8th through the 11th. The event’s legendary educational program will include an unparalleled schedule of clinics, seminars, and demonstrations by nationally and internationally recognized trainers, competitors, and coaches including Chris Cox (General Training & Horsemanship), Craig Cameron (General Training & Horsemanship), John Lyons (General Training & Horsemanship), Ken McNabb (Discovering the Horseman Within), Tommy Garland (C.P.R. Horsemanship), Stacy Westfall (Reining & General Training), Richard Winters (Colt Starting, Reined Cow Horse & General Training), Jeremy Steinberg (Dressage), Sharon Camarillo (Barrel Racing), Linda Allen (Hunter/Jumpers), Scot Hansen (Trail Riding & Mounted Police Horse Training), Caroline Rider (Tao of Horsemanship), and Colleen Kelly (Rider Biomechanics). Clinics will also be presented on dressage, team penning/sorting, driving, jumping, draft horse training, English and hunter pleasure, roping, hunter under saddle, western pleasure, and the training of easy gaited horses.
More than 450 of the nation’s finest equine-related retailers and manufacturers will fill four buildings at the Ohio Expo Center, creating the largest equine-related trade show in the nation. Other highlights of the 2010 Equine Affaire will include an extensive Breed Pavilion and Horse & Farm Exhibits area; a fun and informative Youth Pavilion; a new Trail Riding Pavilion, and the Extreme Cowboy Race™ on Thursday and Friday afternoons and Sunday morning in the coliseum.
Equine Affaire will take place Thursday through Saturday from 9:00am to 7:30pm and Sunday from 9:00am to 5:00pm. General admission for adults will be $14/day or $48/four-day pass; children 7–10 will be $8/day or $28/four-day pass; children six and under will be admitted free. General admission includes entry to the trade show and theme pavilions, the Extreme Cowboy Race, and all clinics, seminars, and demonstrations. Adult admission also includes a free event program. The Ohio Expo Center will charge for parking.
Discount room rates are available at dozens of Equine Affaire host hotels near the facility, and camping will be available at the Ohio Expo Center. For continuously-updated information, consult, or call (740) 845-0085 weekdays, 9:00am–5:00pm ET.




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