Breed & Discipline Demos
Educational and Entertaining!
Breed & Discipline Demonstrations are always a favorite and valuable part of the Midwest Horse Fair. Demonstrations promote a wide variety of breeds, educate the audience, and entertain everyone that attends. Demonstrations also provide an opportunity for members of any equine association to educate and showcase the conformation, gaits, talents, and uniqueness of each individual breed or discipline. The demonstration may showcase the breed in-hand, under saddle, in-harness, or in the manner that best depicts the breed or discipline.
The construction of the New Holland Pavilions is complete and we look forward to welcoming these breed & discipline groups to enjoy all the new conveniences! Interested in getting involved next year? Click here for additional information. Applications for the 2016 Breed & Discipline Demonstrations will be available after July 1, 2015.
Please click on the photos or titles below for additional information about the Breed & Discipline groups attending the 2015 Midwest Horse Fair.
American Saddlebred Horse Association
Wisconsin Arabian Horse Association
The Baroque Horse of the Midwest, Inc
Wisconsin Buckskin Horse Association
Wisconsin Cowboy Dressage
American Curly Horse
Wisconsin Donkey & Mule Society
Jefferson County Draft Horses
Mid-West Draft Horse Enthusiasts
The Mid-West Draft Horse Enthusiasts will not be featured in demonstrations. The group will have horses and a hospitality booth on display in the pavilions.
Kettle Moraine Rough Riders
Great Lakes Friesian Horse Association
Friesian Heritage Horse & Sporthorse International
Great Lakes Gypsy Vanner Horse Club
Haflinger Owners of Wisconsin
Flugnir Icelandic Horse Association of the Midwest
Heart of America Miniature Equines
International Morab Breeders Association Region 4
Wisconsin Morgan Horse Club