All Equine: Ontario's Premier Equine Show
Mar 14 '14 - Mar 16 '14 
Western Fair District - Agriplex - London
Horse Show / Expo


Wild Horses Couldn’t Keep Us Away!

Ontario’s Premier Equine Show Rides into The District March 2014!

It's the return of All Equine: Ontario’s Premier Equine Show at the Western Fair District Agriplex, in London, Ontario, Canada. From March 14th through 16th, 2014, horse enthusiasts, casual riders, trainers, competitors and more will enjoy three-days of clinics, seminars, shows, competition and shopping, inside the expansive, three-venue 160,000 square foot Agriplex.


All Equine: Ontario's Premier Equine Show will continue to be the best value expo in the industry featuring English, Western, and Racing disciplines while delivering both an entertaining and informative experience.


The 2nd edition of All Equine brings many EXCITING NEW ADDITIONS!


AllEquine2014-TrainersEastern Canada's 1st Ever Trainer's Challenge

3 Trainers, 3 Horses, 3 Judges... one first-ever champion.  Three of Canada's top trainers will compete for the inaugural title while putting their proven skills to work, demonstrating their abilities and techniques, preparing an un-tamed, un-trained horse to be safe and responsive to a rider. Spanning all three days of All-Equine, attendees will be able to witness the progress and see who claims the podium at the conclusion of the competition.


  • Travis Beaton (Caroline, Alberta) known for his reputable trainer all-encompassing techniques
  • Shawn Seabrook (Calgary, Alberta) a John & Josh Lyons’ Certified Trainer
  • Kade Mills (Olds, Alberta) a 2x Mane Event Trainers Challenge Champion and former Canadian Horse Trainers Challenge Champion – Training Thru Trust program

Internationally Sanctioned Extreme Cowboy Race!

A celebration of Horsemanship and Competitive Speed, Extreme Cowboy Racing is the "fastest growing equine sport" in North America.  Watch as competitors and their horses take to a challenging course of ranch and trail-type obstacles while being judged on their command of each element, their overall horsemanship and extreme speed around the Agriplex! All Equine will feature an Extreme Cowboy Race sanctioned by both the Extreme Cowboy Association (EXCA) and Ontario Xtreme Cowboy Association (OXC), the original and only recognized association for the sport of Extreme Cowboy Racing. The Extreme Cowboy Race™ was originated by the first “Original Extreme Cowboy”, Craig Cameron. 


A Fashion Show!

The latest in Equestrian and Western Fashions will be presented on the All Equine Catwalk.  Designer Fashion and Competitive Fashion will take centre stage showcased by an array of models of the Horseperson and...Horse-kind!


Plus, All Equine is excited to announce the return of: 

  • Doug Mills, Kamloops, BC – a Three-Time Trainers of the North Challenge Champion: Working Cow Horse Clinic
  • Russ Krachun "Kozak" Horsemanship - Russ Krachun was born and raised in the beautiful historic city of Odessa, Ukraine; a sea port on the Black Sea. He was introduced at a young age to the horse by his uncle who was a horseman and forest ranger in the Ukraine.
  • Plus… chiropractic clinics, equine massage clinics, farrier and hoof health clinics, clinics on nutrition and supplements, saddle fitting, farm safety, stabling, equipment and fencing, and much, much more.
  • Equine Reproduction – brought to you by a panel of industry experts and the “Equine Breeder of the Year – Seelster Farms.

New to the Show:

  • The Silver Stars Precision Riding Club is a “not-for-profit” group of talented and dedicated young riding students with exceptional riding skills. The Silver Stars is a group of horses and riders wearing beautiful costume performing choreographed maneuvers to recognizable music. Ages vary from 11-22 years old. The team of youth riders is from the Windsor/Essex County area, they ride under the direction of Brenda Gagnon from the Lazee G Ranch in Windsor Ontario.  Every May they represent Canada in Kentucky, competing against some of the best teams in the USA, placing 1st &  2nd both years entered.

Great Value and Experience:

  • Discipline Diversity in seminars, clinics and shopping
  • Interactive Youth Activities
  • Lots of Demonstrations in Multiple Show Rings
  • Free, Accessible Parking with over 4000 parking spots

General Admission Tickets are available for $12.00 for Adults ($10.00 in Advance on,Children 10-and-under are free... or take advantage of an all-inclusive weekend pass, just $25.00 per person (NEW THIS YEAR!)


2014 All Equine: Ontario’s Premier Equine Show at Western Fair District runs Friday March 14th, from 12pm-9pm, Saturday March 15th from 10am-8pm and Sunday March 16th from 10am-5pm It’s the show to attend this spring for an all-encompassing, multi-discipline, all-breed and all-level experience. Learn, Enjoy and Be Entertained at Western Fair District’s All Equine!


More information and Advance Tickets for All Equine: Ontario’s Premier Equine Show available at or by calling 800.619.4629.


All-encompassing with discipline diversity…  #AllEquine


2014 Exhibitors: Bailey Saddlery, Agribrands Purina, Avon Feedmills Brussels Agri-services, Dirt Road Denim, Equestrian Factory Outlet Inc, Fletchers Horse World, Halnor Equipment, Highland Fence & Supply Ltd, Harrison’s Ice Cream, Horse Exchange Magazine, The Rider Magazine, Photonic Health, Routered Signs, Poppers Kettle Corn, Russ Krachun Horsemanship, Rustic Furniture, System Fencing Ltd, Toro Canada, Brooks Performance Horse Feeds, Equi-Health Canada, Full Circle Ranch, Granton Trailers, The Ranch Store, Jumps R US, Ontario Halflinger Assoc, Reinsupreme, Aninal Pro Products Inc, Pets Beautiful, Canadian Donkey & Mule Assoc., Ontario Paint Horse Club, Canadian Therapeutic Riding Assoc. 2015 Worlds Clydesdale Show, Canter Lope, Belpard Australia Pty Ltd, Seelster Farms, South Western Ontario Standardbred Horse Show, SARI Therapeutic Riding Association, Doug Mills, Mid-Western Ontario Horseman Society and many more…


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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.