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Become a Vendor at the Bluebonnet Horse Expo

We’re looking for vendors for the Bluebonnet Horse Expo. Vendors will have the chance to meet hundreds of attendees including Bluebonnet members and sell their products and services. As an added bonus, vendor fees go towards helping horses across Texas and Arkansas!

All vendor fees are non-refundable.

Unfortunately, the Williamson County Expo Center does not allow in outside food vendors (they have a contract with a food vendor).

This year’s Expo now will be in a climate controlled large indoor area at the Williams County Expo Center. Vendor fees must be paid by September 20 in order for vendors to be listed in the Expo program. Vendors will be accepted after September 20 but will not be included in the program.

Climate controlled booth space: 10 x 10 space located indoors. Vendors will be provided one table and two chairs through the facility $50. Additional tables can be rented for $8/table from the facility. All tables & chairs must be rented through them.


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2019 Bluebonnet Horse Expo Vendors

7IL Ranch

A+ Federal Credit Union

Art of Joi – Customizable pet portrait ornaments, decals, and jewelry as well as ready to buy jewelry, including pendants, bracelets, rings, and bolo ties.

Art by L. Rincon – Lina Rincon-Hoover – Art, acrylic and oil

Artful Yearnings – handwoven baskets & other object d’art.

Balance Point Equestrian – Horse boarding, training, positive reinforcement training

Balanced Motion Equine Services, LLC – Equine sports massage, and Young Living Essential Oils.

C. Smith Photography

C&H Western Outfitters – Handmade cowbell windchimes. Saddles and misc leatherwork.

Caroline Vaughn Photography – Equine & Human Photography

Color Street Nails – 100% nail polish strips, no dry time, no smudge, very durable wear can last 2 weeks plus.

Firebug Leather – saddlemaker & custom leather accessories

Harold Cosper

Cowpony Bling – artist

Crimson Ranch  – Socks, gloves and hand dyed yarn made from alpaca fiber.  Also alpaca backpack charms.  Kids fiber craft kits

Equine Mobile Veterinary Services

Equine Trail Sports – Equestrian trail competition

Fox Trot Photography – Equine & Pet Photography

Giddy-Up Goodies

A Horse Box

HR Leather Shop – Ramona Bellipanni – Chaps, Chinks, Leather Crosses, Bible Covers, Knife Sheaths, Holsters, Rope Baskets, and Wallets

Hummingbird Hill Horse Training – Horse training & metal art

International Exchange Student Program

Jackie’s Equine Therapy – Certified in Equine Massage, Equine MFR (Myofascia Release) Mark Barnes Method, and Equine MLT (Manual Ligament Therapy).

Kebro Animal Nutrition

Kelly’s Equine Services – Masterson Method Certified Practitioner, providing Equine Bodywork for horses

Stephanie Kewish Photography – Portraits & Equine Photography

Sherry and Kenneth Koenig

Lazy B Ranch – Leonard & Vicki Borchgardt

Mal-FFunctions Military Working Dog Rescue

Melody C Lovett, CPA

Christina Martin – Independent Lilla Rose Stylist

My Critter Solutions – Sharon Boyd – Hands-On Grooming Glvoe

One Old Cowboy Emporium

Pineapple Mama Creations

PM Designer Collection – Deborah Landers – 1800 tc sheets, cooling pillows, Scentsy dealer

Power Home Remodeling – Melanie Smith

Bonnie Rhoades

Sì Shòu Acupuncture and Wellness, LLC – Stefanie Dwyer

Lynda Bell Smith – horse art in a variety of mediums including paintings, gourds and wood burning

SunCrest Farm – We offer boarding, lessons, summer camps, trail rides, birthday parties, and more.

Sustainable Stables, LLC – Clay Nelson 0-Consulting on stable design, stable products sales, soils, compost, and hay/forage testing

TX Stitch Witch

Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter

Wisteria Suri Ranch – Alpaca socks, hats, yarns, kid’s fiber craft kits, needle felted animals and more. Handspinning and felting demos at booth.

Vendors will be added as they are received.

20141018_112202Join us as a vendor at the Bluebonnet Horse Expo!