Idaho’s 1St Ever Idaho’s Got Horse Talent Equine Talent Search in Idaho 2017 Idaho HOrse Expo

So you think your horse has talent!! Can you and your horse do tricks that the crowd would love to see? Can your horse dance? Can your horse bow? Can your horse prance to music….
We are looking for a talented group of horse owner’s that have trained their horses unusual, funny and extraordinary tricks while horseback. Can you wow the crowds and please our judges?
Do you have equestrian passion? Do you want to show off your tricks and win money?
The Idaho Horse Expo will feature an Equine Talent Show this year.
Participants s will receive three day passes, be featured on our website and social media, and supplied and a horse stall at the Event.
There will be two divisions Youth 18 and under and Adult 19 and over…Competitors will need to submit a short video showing their trick , 3 to 4 minutes long. The Expo committee will select the riders who will appear on Saturday night the 22. in the Main Arena at the Idaho Horse Expo…
Only the Equine best will make it, put your best hoof forward and entertain with your passion for the Equine….This talent show is open to all equestrians.
The top two in the divisions will move on to Sundays competition for the finales…
Payouts for the top two will be paid on Sunday
Please send your request or if you need more information to or call
Myron @ 208-571-1878
Share your passion and share this article with Your Equine Friends ….
Hope to see you at the Expo..

The All Breed Challenge at the Idaho Horse Expo 2017

The All Breed Challenge at the Idaho Horse Expo 2017
Do you have an Equine Breed that you would like to showcase at the Idaho Expo?
Show off your Breeds conformations, gaits, talents and uniqueness of an individual breed or discipline. Your presentation may showcase the breed in hand, under saddle, in harness, or the best way to show off the breed of your passion.
The Breed challenge will be a judged competition, with obstacle course, and new maneuvers
Come and see gaited horses, dressage horses and western horses go head to head in this fun and challenging competition.
Each year the level of Horse and Horsemanship raises another level.
Featured will be at least 10 different breeds of Equine athletes to include Warmblood, Arabian, Andalusian, Quarter, Peruvian Paso, Gaited, Mustang, Blazer, and of course our Idaho State horse, the Appaloosa.
They will all be asked to execute basic maneuvers to demonstrate fluidity and ease of movement. In addition each will be given time to freestyle their breed characteristics that best demonstrate and represents the breed.
This year the top four horse and riders will return on Sunday afternoon to compete for the prize money.
We invite all to come witness and support your favorite breed of horse and enjoy the evenings fun filled extravaganza.
If you would like to be involved and have an equine breed you would like to show off
please contact Myron Amsden 208-571-1878.



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