Equine Affaire Columbus Ohio April 11-14, 2013


I am looking foward to spending some time at Equine Affaire this weekend, especially with the change in weather;)

I will be in the Buckeye Nutrition booth on Saturday-2 pm-stop by and visit me. Buckeye is doing an Art Contest through their facebook page where you can win some seriously valuable stuff! Guess who is one of the judges….

Also looking foward to the new Marketplace Consignment Area….I should have taken stuff to sell there but instead I will try to find a deal, lol.


  1. Debbie Cormier on October 2, 2013 at 7:09 am

    I’m so excited to meet you again at the upcoming Equine Affaire in Massachusetts!! My husband is coming for the first time. My daughter used to go with me every year, but she’s a new mom and can’t go. My husband has always said that before he met me the closest he ever got to a horse was the 2 dollar window. LOL – How I got my late QH Danny. When my husband proposed to me, he hadn’t got me a ring because he wanted me to pick it out myself since I’d be wearing it for the rest of my life. I said “instead of a ring, I’d really like a new horse!” LOL I got Danny then, and when Danny went to the rainbow bridge I got my ring.

  2. bearzbe on April 11, 2013 at 9:58 pm

    I wish I was going this year, too! I would have loved to say “hi”, to you there, Tracey! Did I see (?) your (?) photo in the most recent “Horse Illustrated” magazine that came, in the Weaver Leather ad? I had completely planned on Equine Affaire , but the economy’s personal effects made me postpone my exciting adventure until 2014 – Happy riding, and bargain hunting!

  3. Leslie on April 11, 2013 at 9:50 pm

    Wish I was able to go this year, too, Stacey, especially to be able to say “hi” to you! I was totally planning on going, but the economy is hitting us pretty hard, and had to reign-in. Hope to see you next year, instead!?!

  4. Sam on April 11, 2013 at 2:16 pm

    wish we were going this year. We enjoyed watching you last year with Popcorn.

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