Booth Assignments this Week

Great spaces, Larger Booths , "Whova" Coming Back!

2020 RMHE Trade Show Vendors

The 2020 Rocky Mountain Horse Expo begins in less than 25 days, but your experience starts today!
Great Spaces are Available !
Same Pricing as 2019 and Larger Booths!

If you have not registered for a vendor booth or the possibility of becoming a sponsor of the 2020 Expo, this would be a great time to get it done.  

We have developed a trade show floor that will allow you the exposure and access that every business is hoping for. We have an event application, Whova, that will allow you to start your marketing and networking today and it will continue 8 months after Expo. The booths have been expanded to a 10x20 space and the prices have remained the same for the past 8 years.

Promoting your business and products that represents our lifestyle is an important part of the Expo's tradition.  Equine enthusiasts are looking for the products and services that will enhance their relationships with their animals along with those that improve their performance and health. We are appreciative of those businesses, organizations and professionals that have joined us in this tradeshow tradition and look forward to your continual involvement.

The tradeshow floor will be hosting a the BreyerWest show this year, along with the Art in the Park, the Mini Horse Fair, the Journey to Horse Stage, the Hall of Fame, the Horsemen's College, and the Media Center. All these activities will help bring attention to booths and businesses. Our new app (Whova) will allow you to invite people to come visit you and will help market your offers at the Expo to gain their business.

We continue to be the largest Rocky Mountain Region Expo showcasing all horse breeds and many disciplines. We invite you to review the attachments and links to start you participation.  We look forward to your involvement and if you have any questions, please contact me.

Thanks for your consideration and we look forward to working with you!

Bill Scebbi, Manager
Rocky Mountain Horse Expo