The Bluebonnet Horse Expo is a fundraiser for Bluebonnet Equine Humane Society. Proceeds of the Expo provide care to the horses helped by BEHS. At this time, clinicians donate their time and travel expenses in order to help the rescue help even more horses, but we will give you advertising on our Expo site, Facebook pages, and in the digital Expo program.
The Bluebonnet Horse Expo is looking for equine professionals to donate presentation time – and this year we’re going VIRTUAL, so our presenters can be from anywhere! If you would like to be considered for the 2020 Bluebonnet Horse Expo or know someone who might be interested, please contact us.
How does the virtual Expo work? Equine professionals (trainers, veterinarians, farriers, etc.) will make a 15-20 minute video about a topic approved by our clinic coordinator. Presenters will also be invited to do a live Zoom Q&A session with attendees (you don’t have to do both – you can do a presentation without a Q&A session).
They’re $10 per person and each ticket gets the person access to all the video presentations as well as live Q&A sessions that will be scheduled during the Expo week of Oct. 10-18 on Zoom.
Michael Battenfield – Battenfield Horsemanship
Dr Natalie Lord – Belton Veterinary Clinic
Dan Keen – Dan Keen Horsemanship
Aaron England – England’s Versatile Horsemanship
Benjamin Arreguin – J40 Bar
Jack Lieser – Jack Lieser Horsemanship
Kelly & Sabine Lazo – Lazo Performance Horses
Clinic title: If you give a kid a riding lesson.
Riding lessons, turn into ponies, which turn into horses, which turns into competition, which, will you get it. How to get it right the first time. Buying your first horse, when, where, & how?
Miranda Holaday-Lyon – Miranda Horsemanship
We will be adding information on clinicians who will appear at the Bluebonnet Horse Expo as they are confirmed.