Giddy up to the Harmony Equine Center Horse Expo

February 25, 2020

NOTICE: This event has been postponed and will be rescheduled at a later date.

The Dumb Friends League Harmony Equine Center is preparing for the Harmony Horse Expo. 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 relax and enjoy food trucks. And, new this year, stay for a special free country music performance at the end of Saturday’s events. Experience Harmony while relaxing outside and enjoying food and drinks.

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 trains 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.

“At the 2020 Harmony Horse Expo, you will learn horsemanship techniques from professional trainers,” said Director of Harmony Equine Center Garret Leonard. “No matter your level of skill, we have a horsemanship clinic for you. This is the third year for the event, and everyone at Harmony is excited to see how the event continues to grow.”

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 in the Midwest and the southwestern United States can receive training and rehoming. In March 2018, Harmony began opening its doors to privately owned horses in Colorado in need of rehoming, and since its inception in 2012, more than 1,500 horses have been helped.