Horse Day

CLICK HERE to download the 2014 Toronto Horse Day Poster

Horse Day is a free, one-day, public event designed to educate people of all ages about horses and provides visitors with the opportunity to experience horses up close and personal.  Horse Day includes educational stations, riding and driving demonstrations and information displays in an effort to promote horses and equestrian activity in Ontario.

Toronto Horse Day

The OEF proudly hosts Toronto Horse Day on the first Saturday of June at the Horse Palace, Exhibition Place.  In partnership with the Riding Academy at the Horse Palace and Toronto Police Services Mounted Unit , the OEF provides Torontonians a unique equine experience.

Where: Horse Palace, Exhibition Place, Toronto (indoors and will run rain or shine)
When: June 7, 2014 ~ 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Cost: FREE!
What: This free family event features a variety of demonstrations, interactive exhibits, games, special guests and much more!

Create Your Own Stick Horse Button

 

 

 

 

Parents and kids are encouraged to put their creative talents to work and create a custom stick horse and bring your creation to Toronto Horse Day! All kids are invited to participate in a Stick Horse Class in the ring for prizes!

 

 

 

 

Hey, kids! We want to see what your dream horse looks like! Help us take this plain horse and make it beautiful using crayons, markers, paint, sparkles — whatever you can think of. Let your creativity run free! Bring your finished piece with you to Toronto Horse Day on Saturday, June 7 and we’ll put it on display for everyone to admire.

For more information about Toronto Horse Day, contact: Melissa Kosowan at m.kosowan@horse.on.ca or 1-877-441-7112 ext. 27

CLICK HERE to view pictures from 2013 Toronto Horse Day

CLICK HERE to view pictures from 2012 Toronto Horse Day

Plan a Horse Day in your Community 

The OEF is happy to provide guidance and support to any group who wishes to host a Horse Day event in their community.  For more information please contact Pam Coburn at p.coburn@horse.on.ca