Horses Take Center Spotlight at “Mane Event”
Posted on Mon, March 07, 2011

Love to cheer for a show-off? Friday and Saturday evenings during the Rocky Mountain Horse Expo in Denver, March 11-12, 2011, The Mane Event” puts the spotlight on horses doing exactly that: reining, racing, piaffes and playing. Reining freestyle champions will slide, spin and stop, and team penners will move cows with style and finesse. Vaulters will leap, dressage champions will dance, and draft horses will be the tall of it, while Miniature Horses will be the small of it all! The Mane Event has got it all.
Ardent for Andalusians or avid for Arabians? A fan of Fjords? The Mane Event includes an alphabet of breeds, disciplines and talents, showcasing horses at the top of their form. Over 90 horses will perform under the lights in the Event Center at the National Western Stock Show Complex. “This is a great display of horsemanship, entertainment and excitement ever presented at the Expo”, says Bill Scebbi, Expo Manager and Executive Director. “Each act exemplifies the joy and beauty derived from witnessing human and horse coming together in this fun filled, 2 hours of pure entertainment”

The Rocky Mountain Mane Event is for everyone: families with children, horse lovers, and folks looking for a high-value evening, with music and fun included. Go to www.rockymountainhorseexpo.com to see the list of performances. It will be a grand night at the Expo!

Tickets for the Mane Event are only $10 per person, $35 for a family of five and are available at the door, at www.RockyMountainHorseExpo.com, or at your King Soopers store throughout the state. The Rocky Mountain Horse Expo is produced by the Colorado Horse Council, representing Colorado’s horse interests, regardless of breed or discipline affiliation.

For more information, visit the event’s  website, YouTube Channel and Facebook page or contact Bill Scebbi.

Welcome to our website!

We have consolidated Colorado Horse Council (CHC), Colorado Horse Development Authority (CHDA) and the Rocky Mountain Horse Expo (RMHE) into one site making it much easier for you to find the information that you are looking for. Each department has it's own section and organized with it's own content. We hope this new platform makes your experience on our site much more enjoyable!

To learn more about each organization, you can visit our About page.

The Equine City Hall is also part of our organization and from time to time you may be sent back & forth between the two sites.

~ Bill Scebbi, Executive Director