Come experience two nights of action-packed PRCA Rodeo! The Midwest Horse Fair will feature all seven standard rodeo events and world-class entertainment. It’s all going down April 11, 12, and 14 at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison, Wisconsin.
There is so much to do at the Midwest Horse Fair in 2014, we can barely include it all. You’ll be able to see the horses up close in the barns and on Stallion Avenue. Enjoy the incredible equine entertainment, while learning about different breeds and equestrian disciplines.
From competitions and contests to horse judging and volunteering, there are several great ways to get involved at the Midwest Horse Fair this year. With more than 500 vendors, you can shop saddles, trailers, boots and blankets. View the full list of exhibitors here.
One of the most exciting parts of the event is that for the first time ever, 2014 will feature not one, but two nights of rodeo. Friday’s PRCA Rodeo will be presented by Nutrena. It will feature world class entertainers, but the fun doesn’t stop there. The PRCA rodeo on Saturday, presented by Blain’s Farm and Fleet, will have more rodeo rides and entertainment than ever before. The seven standard PRCA events include Saddle Bronc Riding, Bareback Riding, Bull Riding, Steer Wrestling, Team Roping, Tie-Down Roping and Barrel Racing.
Additional events at the Midwest Horse Fair are America’s Equine Soccer League, Big Jake, Bucky the Bull, Eclipse Aluminum Trailer Raffle, Heroes on Horses, Raffles, the World’s Tallest Donkey and World Championship Blacksmiths.
Tickets are going fast for the event, so you’ll want to get them early. They are on sale now, and cost only $12 in advance for one day. Three-day tickets are $30 per ticket in advance, and there are ticket packages as well. Silver and bronze packages are set at $80, and it’s $130 for gold.
As you purchase your tickets and start planning your getaway to the Midwest Horse Fair, we invite you to take a look at our Select Registry members in the area.
White Gull Inn is tucked away in the scenic bayside village of Fish Creek on Wisconsin’s Door Peninsula. Antiques, fireplaces and meticulously restored and exquisitely decorated rooms, suites and cottages provide a warm and romantic atmosphere, but the Inn is renowned for its breakfasts. In fact, it was voted best in America by viewers of Good Morning America.
Our next Inn is nestled on the Lake Michigan shore in the charming village of Baileys Harbor, Wisconsin. The Blacksmith Inn on the Shore blends bed and breakfast charm with contemporary amenities. You can relax and unwind in one of the Inn’s fifteen deliciously private guest rooms, each with an in-room whirlpool, fireplace, private balcony and extraordinary view of the harbor.
And finally, we head to the Washington House Inn in Cedarburg, Wisconsin. Casual elegance and historic charm blend perfectly with modern day amenities at this Cedarburg bed and breakfast. It is set in a historic 1886 Victorian cream city brick building. You’re sure to love it.
As you choose your place of temporary residence, we hope you’ll read more on the Select Registry Difference. We don’t rank our members with diamonds or stars, although many of our members carry the high ratings you’d expect from various groups evaluating inns. If you are a Select Registry member, you’re already the cream of the crop. All of our inns are the best and our inspectors prove it, so on your next vacation remember to stay at a Select Registry Wisconsin Bed and Breakfast!
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