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Make hay to the Harmony Equine Center Horse Expo

The Dumb Friends League Harmony Equine Center is preparing for the Harmony Horse Expo on Friday, May 31 and Saturday, June 1. The event is free and gives visitors the opportunity to take guided tours of the spectacular 168-acre facility, attend horsemanship workshops and training demonstrations, meet adoptable horses and enjoy food trucks.

Whether you’re an expert rider or a horse enthusiast, an owner or someone considering adopting a horse for the first time, the Expo is for you! See first-hand how Harmony’s staff of professional horse trainers care for and train formerly abused or neglected horses to prepare them for adoption. Training demonstrations and clinics covering a wide range of topics will be offered throughout the two-day sessions.

“The Harmony Horse Expo is great opportunity for horse owners, future horse owners, or those interested in horses to learn what horsemanship is with more than 50 clinics from the some of the industry’s best trainers including several members of the Harmony team,” said Director of Harmony Equine Center Garret Leonard.

The Harmony Equine Center is a private rehabilitation and adoption facility for abused and neglected horses, ponies, donkeys and mules that have been removed from their owners by law enforcement authorities. Harmony also serves as a central hub where horses from humane societies and rescue groups and surrendered by their owners can receive training and rehoming. Since Harmony opened in 2012, more than 1,500 horses have been helped.

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