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Could Your Horse Be The Next Liberty Star At The Midwest Horse Fair?



The Liberty Presentation is one of the most popular exhibitions at the Midwest Horse Fair. While this presentation spotlights not only the beauty and magnificence of each horse, it is also an opportunity to educate and inform the audience on the many different breeds and disciplines that are available in the horse world. Since the Midwest Horse Fair is committed to quality education, as well as exciting entertainment, they are looking for mares, geldings or stallions that would be a good representation of their breed or discipline, and provide an exhilarating exhibition at liberty.

During a Liberty Presentation, each horse is presented individually, free of all tack, for two minutes in the coliseum arena. This exhibition is open to any breed, mare, gelding or stallion. Mares with foals at their side will not be permitted. 
      
This is a great opportunity to spotlight your magnificent horse, its breed and talents with Midwest Horse Fair spectators. To have your horse considered, please submit an application and DVD to the Midwest Horse Fair. Now is the perfect time to start planning for your DVD presentation – horses always look their best during the summer. Choose a dry, safe location, and the horse should be filmed at liberty, not on a lunge line. The presentation should be between two to five minutes per horse. There are more tips and guidelines on the application form.
     
The 2011 Liberty Presentation application and guidelines are now on the Midwest Horse Fair web site (www.midwesthorsefair.com). The deadline to apply is Jan. 3, 2011. A Midwest Horse Fair committee will choose 18 horses for the Liberty Presentation. One alternate horse will also be chosen. Application status letters will be mailed out by Feb. 15, 2011.
The Midwest Horse Fair is owned by the Wisconsin State Horse Council, Inc. All proceeds from the Fair are returned to the WSHC and are used to represent and foster a unified equine industry in Wisconsin, promote the equine through leadership, education, service and communication, and to take a proactive role in the future growth and development of the equine industry.

For additional information, visit www.midwesthorsefair.com or contact the Midwest Horse Fair by phone at (920) 623-5515 or e-mail mpress@midwesthorsefair.com.


 

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