All Equine: Ontario's Premier Equine Show
Mar 15 '13 - Mar 17 '13 
Western Fair District - Agriplex - London
Horse Show / Expo


The All Equine Show is a show dedicated to anyone in the Equine industry, all breeds, all disciplines. English, Western, Halter, Racing, Heavy Horses... All facets of the Equine Industry will be presented and represented!  Join the Equine Community at the Western Fair District , 2012 for the show of shows!

Educational and Interactive

There are plenty of learning opportunities in this tradeshow through industry experts, clinics and interactive, educational displays.

All Equine Show


  • Extensive booth displays of local businesses
  • Top clinicians on site
  • Equine dentistry
  • Equine massage
  • Ferrier - Hoof Care
  • Trailering & loading
  • Stabling & fencing
  • Nutrition seminars
  • Pasture management
  • Horse selection & confirmation
  • Fashion shows


Featured Clinician: Doug Mills

Doug Mills - All Equine London HorsemanshipDoug Mills: Expert Clinician

Doug Mills' Clinics are held in the Arena.

Exciting programs and demos led by Doug only at the All Equine Show.  

For more info on Doug Mills, please visit his website 


Friday 1 pm 

Colt Starting -The first saddle and ride 

Friday 4 pm 

Developing a soft, responsive and willing partner through rein and leg aids 

Saturday 10:30 am 

Colt Starting - First turn, stop and back up 

Saturday 3:30 am 

Developing confidence over obstacles 

Sunday 10:30 am 

Colt Starting - Building confidence over obstacles 

Final Program 

Participation with horse and cattle 


Hunter Jumper Clinician: Kim Kirton

"The Queen of Speed"Hunter Jumper Clinic at All Equine London Western Fair

"International competitor, coach, clinician and judge Kim Kirton, who rode before she could walk, now mentors new talent in their journey to the next level" 
- Horse Sport

Kim Kirton Clinics:
Friday March 15th 5:30 – 6:30
Saturday March 16th  1pm-3pm 

Click here to download the article 


Educational Clinics

Educational Clinics are held in the Auditorium. 

Tracey Mitchell B.A. R.E.M.T.

Tracey has been developing her Registered Equine Massage Therapy business since 1999 that covers South, Southwest and Central Ontario.  In addition her travels have taken her to competitions at Spruce Meadows, Wellington Florida, and into Quebec following the ‘A’ Circuit and international show jumpers.
Tracey has assisted horses who have competed in Pan American Games, World Equestrian Games and the Olympics.  She has also worked on other equine athletes in the fields of Racing, Dressage, Rodeo, Western Pleasure, as well as those recovering from injuries. Currently, Tracey is a member in good standing with the International Federation of Registered Equine Massage Therapists (IFREMT) and an instructor at D’al the school of Equine Massage Therapy.
Jack de Wit

Jack de Wit was born and raised in Holland in a small farm community, immigrated to Canada at the age of thirteen. Lived and attended school in Scarborough Ontario. Worked in the construction industry for a number of years. Married his wife Judy in 1967 and was blessed with a daughter born in 1972. Moved to Brooklin Ontario in 1985 where Jack and his wife and daughter operated Springfield Stables. Jack retired in 2001 and his daughter continues to operate Springfield Stables.
At present Jack dedicates his time to the Ontario Equestrian Federation as Chair of Recreation Council and serves on the Board of Directors. Jack currently sits as President of the Ontario Trails Council an organization dedicated to building and preserving of recreational trails. Jack also serves as Chair of Recreation for Equine Canada  and sits on the Board of Directors. Jack’s current project is the Chair for the Code of Practices Committee which is revising the current Equine Code
Dr. Bob Wright

Dr Bob Wright is a well known national and international speaker and author of a multitude of horse publications. He spent his teenage years in Middlesex County. The family owned a rural property in the village of Clandeboye north of London Ontario.  He graduated from the University of Guelph with a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture in 1973 and a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 1978. He was in mixed animal practice for 9 years in Kapuskasing in Northern Ontario.
In 1986, Dr. Bob initiated the equine extension services of the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs. He retirement in 2009 from the position of Lead veterinarian for equine and alternate livestock.  On a daily basis, Dr. Bob is still very active teaching and involved in investigations and surveillance of disease outbreaks of horses.Investigations have included ergot alkaloids toxicity in pregnant mares, alsike clover poisoning of horses, West Nile virus of horses and chronic wasting disease of cervids. Recently, his research efforts were focused on the development of laboratory analysis to evaluate hay and hay dust as it pertains to horse health.Bob has a passion for writing and extension education and involves his audiences in an entertaining educational dialogue which all participants will remember. The topics of his presentations are based on practical experience and the many investigations he has been involved in.

Dr. Peter W. Physick-Sheard

Department of Population Medicine, University of Guelph
Topic: "ECG during Cardiac Abnormalities" 

In 1972 Dr. Physick-Sheard graduated of the University of Bristol School of Veterinary Science. Dr. Physick-Sheard completed his masters in Guelph, and finished his Royal College Fellowship (by thesis). He then trained in Guelph in large animal surgery, and moved to medicine in 1976 to develop large animal cardiology after having spent 2 years in equine practice in southern Ontario. Subsequently, Dr. Physick-Sheard joined the Department of population medicine in 1987 to develop an additional specialty of equine health management. His primary interest in the area of research is with performance horses, specifically cardiovascular contributions to performance, and industry-level (career aggregate) performance. 

 McKee Pownall

Dr. Mike Pownall, DVM
McKee-Pownall Equine Services, 4 Equine and 1 Companion Animal Practices in the GTA.

Prior to becoming a veterinarian Dr. Pownall was a farrier for 7 years. Dr. Pownall worked with a farrier/veterinarian in the US with special interests in lameness and hoof disorders. Upon returning to Canada he started his own business with a clientele consisting of Jumpers, 3-Day Eventers, Dressage, Pleasure Horses and hoof related lameness cases. He also passed the Certified Farrier test of the American Farriers Association.

Presenting a roster of clinics at All Equine on laminitis, hoof disorders and pre-purchase examination.


"All Equine" Entertainment 

All Equine Show - Ontario's Premier Equine Show - Western Fair District, LondonBe sure to attend:

Western Fair District is very excited to present The Equine Gala featuring the “Evolution of the Horse” Saturday March 16th, 2013 at 7pm and Sunday March 17th at 3pm as part of All Equine: Ontario’ Premier Equine Show. A fully produced spectacle that celebrates the life of the Horse and Horse Sport, the “Evolution of the Horse” will share a tale of Horses from the dawn of time through present day, featuring Jousting, Fox Hunting, Show Jumping, Harness Racing, Rodeo and Ranch Work, Heavy Horses, Reining, Dressage and more… all in an entertaining, engaging and informative show intertwined with pyrotechnics, lasers, exciting music and assorted elements, providing a show that horse enthusiasts of all ages will enjoy.


Jr Rodeo Clinic and Showdown

Join World Champion instructors this March Break to get hands-on experience with Western Rodeo events

  • Learn the basic fundamentals and get a chance to try it with expert schooling

  • Compete for fun on Friday in the High School Rodeo

  • Open to youths from 8-18 years

  • If you ever wanted to try rodeo, now is your chance!


  • Clinic Instructors include multiple Canadian, World and Provincial Champions

    • Matt Mousseau - 2 -time IPRA World Champion Steer Wrestler, IFR Champion and 4-Time ORA Champion
      Travis Whiteside - 2-time Canadian Champion Bareback Bronc Rider - 91 Novice, 97 Pro
      Luke McCoag - Reigning Reserve IPRA World Champion Bull Rider, 08 OHSRA, ORA and OFR Bull Riding Champion
      Dusti Whiteside Alberta/National High School past champion, Goat Tying, Pole Bending, and Breakaway Roping 
      Shawn Minor - 7-Time IPRA Bareback World Champion, 3-time IPRA Saddle Bronc World Champion and 8-time IPRA All Around World Champion
      Brandon Moore - Two-time ORA Bull Riding Champion, OFR Champion, Hardway Pro Bull Riders Champion
      Tamaran Mousseau - Former ORA Breakaway Year-end Champion, 2-time OFR Champion Barrel Racer, 2-Time ORA All Around Champion Cowgirl, multi-NHSRA Finals Qualifier
      Jarod Nooren - College National Finals Rodeo Qualifier, Former ORA All-Around Champion, Reigning ORA Heeling Year-end and Finals Champ, and 2011 OFR Tiedown Champion
      Sheri Cahill - 2011 IPRA World Champion Breakaway Roper and ORA Year-end Champion Breakaway Roper
      Stu Cahill - 2010 IPRA Canadian Champion Team Roper
  • Learn from the best for only $30!

  • Stock, equipment & instruction all provided


Download the Jr Rodeo Clinic and Showdown Poster
Download the Registration Form
Jr Rodeo Clinic and Showdown


Value Pricing:

All Equine - Ontario's Premier Equine Show is the best value expo in the Industry! 

  • English, Western, Healthcare Clinicians
  • Lots of Demonstrations in Multiple Show Rings
  • Discipline Diversity in seminars, clinics and shopping!
  • Free Admission to the Junior Rodeo Showdown - LIVE RODEO (with Friday Ticket)
  • Free, Accessible Parking
  • and much more....
  • .....and all for the best value price of $10 in Advance ($12 at the Door) and best of all, Kids 10 and under are FREE!




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Western Fair District - Agriplex   -   Website
316 Rectory St
N5Y 3V9
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Horse Shows, Rodeos and Parties... the Agriplex at Western Fair District


Western Fair District's agriculture roots run deep. They offer a unique facility, tailored specifically to agricultural events, like horse shows, 4-H initiatives, auctions and more.

The state-of-the-art Agriplex is designed with special attention to the needs of agricultural shows and sales. This 160,000 square foot facility offers three distinct venues. Here they host a multitude of high profile regional, provincial, national and international agricultural events.

 The Agriplex features:

  • 90,500 square foot Pavilion that can accommodate 400 livestock stalls or 450 show booths
  • 19,000 square foot dirt show arena with stadium seating for 1,530
  • 4,500 square foot auditorium with seating for 330 that can be used for auctions, seminars and presentations
  • Ample parking, including space for livestock trailers

When planning your agricultural event, you can trust Western Fair District to attend to every detail as though the event was their own. Their team of dedicated experts is committed to bringing your vision to life. From large-scale farm equipment trade shows to small-scale poultry auctions, you can count on them to execute the planning and presentation with the professionalism, creativity, energy and dedication that can only come with more than 140 years of experience. 

Host your agricultural event in the Agriplex

Let their experienced staff help you plan your event. Please contact:

Voytek Michalczyk
Phone: (519) 438-7203 ext 534
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From Toronto (East)…

Take the 401 West to the Highbury Avenue exit at London.  On Highbury Avenue, head North to Florence Street.  Turn left onto Florence Street.  On Florence Street, head West until you come to Rectory Street.  Turn right onto Rectory Street.  The main entrance to the Western Fair Grounds is immediately on your right-hand side.  Look for the big colourful “Western Fair” logo above the gate.

From Windsor…

Take the 401 East to the Wellington Street exit.  On Wellington Street, head North until you reach King Street (downtown).  Turn right onto King Street, which is a one-way street and head East.  The Western Fair Grounds is located at the dead-end of King Street; therefore, you should have no problem finding our exciting entertainment venue.

From Sarnia…

Take the 402 to the 401 and then take the first London exit at Wellington Street.  On Wellington Street, head North until you reach King Street (downtown).  Turn right onto King Street, which is a one-way street and head East.  The Western Fair Grounds is located at the dead-end of King Street; therefore, you should have no problem finding our exciting entertainment venue.

From Barrie…

Take the 400 until you come to the 401.  Head West on the 401 (London) Take the first exit into London which will be the Highbury Avenue exit.  On Highbury Avenue, head North to Florence Street.  Turn left onto Florence Street.  On Florence Street, head West until you come to Rectory Street.  Turn right onto Rectory Street.  The main entrance to the Western Fair Grounds is immediately on your right-hand side.  Look for the big colourful “Western Fair” logo above the gate.