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EquiMania! A Royal Favorite!September 2019

Story by: Jackie Bellamy-Zions

The award-winning display of EquiMania! will be featured for a 14th consecutive year at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair, in Toronto this November 1 – 10.

Get your party hat at the front entrance and get set for another exciting horse-lovers expedition through EquiMania!

EquiManiacs at the Royal Winter Agricultural Fair

EquiManiacs explore at the Royal Winter Agricultural Fair

Don’t forget there are prizes to be won leading to more fun ways to learn about horses with Equine Guelph’s short course draw. It is free to enter and you could win a course on

KIDS – We have a special contest just for youth (13 – 17)! You could win one of five chances to take an awesome 2-week online course, Horse Behaviour and Safety for Youth, Nov 25 – Dec 6, 2019. Simply write down your name and email along with under 100 words describing the coolest thing you have learned about horses so far or the reason why you like horses and hand it in to any of the staff working in the EquiMania! booth.

In 2003, EquiMania! was developed and has operated on a zero-based budget since inception! Oh, how it has grown into a hugely popular exhibit that has been as far afield as the 2010 World Equestrian Games in Kentucky, USA.

We could not do it without our loyal sponsors and our amazing volunteers: ESSO, Greenhawk, Kubota Canada, Ontario Equestrian, Shur-Gain, SSG Gloves, System Fencing and Workplace Safety and Prevention Services.

Kids can also visit to play games online and learn more about horses with amazing interactive activities.

To book EquiMania! for an event contact

Photo caption: no one leaves EquiMania! without learning something new about horses

Photo credits: Henrietta Coole, Jackie Zions, Sharon Grose, Janice Wright