Free Event—Everyone Welcome
5832 Tenth Line, Erin
Saturday May 26 & Sunday May 27, 2018
No fees, everyone welcome. Dogs on leash please.
Food available at site.
Washrooms on site.
Equine Erin—Bridget and her family, have four horses and three ponies at their 50 acre farm located between Erin and Hillsburgh. Their horse friends get involved in recreational riding, equine-based workshops, and generally improve the view.
Equine Erin is owned by Bridget Ryan and is a small business focused on horse-based marketing, events and equine educational workshops. Recent projects have included The Town of Erin ‘Horse & Country’ publication, 2016 RCMP Musical Ride in Erin, and the Erin Fair Equine Tent, which is now going into its’ 9th year. The Erin Fall Fair happens every Thanksgiving Weekend since 1850.
Scheduled activities during the 2018 Stable Tour stop at Equine Erin include:
11 am: Yoga with horses
12 noon: Horse Connection
1pm: Equine Massage and Healing with Horses
2pm: Equine Arts (Art, Photography, Writing)
Other activities: Meet/groom a horse or go for a walk on the farm trails.
No horse riding at this stop. Dress for the weather, outdoor shoes.
Rain or Shine event.
Email Bridget at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pilates for Horse Riders can be found at Monty Roberts Equus Online University.
Erin and area students: Let’s talk horse!
We want to know what you think about horse courses at Erin High School.
Please join us on Tuesday October 24, 11:45-12:45 for free food and drinks, games and prizes…
This horse event is free, and you are welcome to join us at any point over your lunch.
Let’s talk horse!
More info: please text: Equine Erin, ask for Bridget: 519.216.4562
See you Tuesday!👍🏾👍🏾🐴
New short horse courses available on Canada’s Equine Code of Practise, and Biosecurity.
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The Erin Agricultural Society was honoured to receive the 2016 Headwaters Tourism Best Horse and Country Event for the 2016 RCMP Musical Ride
Bridget Ryan (Co-chair of the Event) is shown here with EAS, Eileen Brown and Joanne Gregson.
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Youth Equine Event (Free!)
Monday May 14 at Erin District High School (EDHS)
11:30 am- 1 pm
Open to all students from Grade 6 up.
This is a free event—no fees or sign ups required.
Come out and see what Erin has available for kids who want to learn about horses!
Questions: email@example.com or text: 519.216.4562