Events

Event 

Title:
Spring High School Rodeo Day at REACH Huron
When:
Apr 06 '13 - Apr 06 '13 10:00AM
Where:
The Regional Equine & Agricultural Centre of Huron - Clinton
Category:
OHSRA

Description

The Ontario High School Rodeo Association returns to REACH Huron on April 6th for two performances of High School Rodeo!  The first round commences at 10am while the second will start an hour after the first is completed (approximately 1:30pm)

REACH Huron features an expansive indoor competition arena with comfortable spectator seating.

Produced by the Rawhide Rodeo Company, an 9-time IPRA World Champion Bucking Stock Award Winner, 6-time IPRA International Finals Rodeo Bucking Stock Award Winner, 14-time IPRA Outdoor Rodeo of the Year Producer and a 4-time "Most Active Producer in the IPRA" award winner.

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Rodeo Association: Ontario High School Rodeo Association | facebookwww.facebook.com/OHSRA 

Venue

Map
Venue:
The Regional Equine & Agricultural Centre of Huron   -   Website
Street:
169 Beech Street
ZIP:
N0M 1L0
City:
Clinton
State:
Ontario
Country:
Country: ca

Description

The Regional Equine & Agricultural Centre of Huron Inc. (REACH Huron) is operated as a non-profit Corporation. The Centre functions as a "motel for education", offering innovative programming as well as recreational activities to support both the equine and agricultural industries.

The Centre is located in Clinton, Ontario, the heart of Huron County, 78 km north of London, 97 km west of Kitchener, and close to the intersection of Provincial Highways 4 & 8.

The Centre supports the large animal sector industries. Within a one hour drive of the Centre there are:
• 123,000 horses, representing 32% of Ontario's horse population
• 316,000 beef cattle, representing 48% of Ontario's beef population
• 261,000 dairy cattle, representing 47% of Ontario's dairy population
• 139,000 sheep, representing 44% of Ontario's sheep population
• 2,950,000 pigs, representing 79% of Ontario's swine population