Make Sure to Check out the North Dakota Horse Expo

When you want to gather with other horse lovers while supporting a good cause, attend the North Dakota Horse Expo.

NDHE is giving the public the opportunity to; bring your horse to shop for a saddle or tack, get professionally saddle fitted, try out alternative and medical therapies, enjoy an educational lecture or demonstration, ride along in a clinic, participate in a one on one lesson with a professional Horsemen of your choice, bring the kids to the kids korral, set the men free in the outdoor activities section, buy a new horse, and view different breeds of horses.

Spend some time in the vendor hall and add to your collection of horse artwork, clothing, tack, housewares, feed options and more!

It's not over yet, as the NDHE will also host evening entertainment!

This event was created to raise funds for the Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch equine-assisted therapy program located in Minot, ND. Don't miss the North Dakota Horse Expo, it will run from May 31 to June 2, 2019 At the State Fair Center, 2005 Burdick Expy E., Minot, ND.

Looking forward to seeing you there!

Shop local, buy local

Support the Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch as well as area vendors by checking out the North Dakota Horse Expo. You'll get the chance to buy items from vendors such as:

Knotty Reins
Delva's Designs
Broken Arrow Equine Massage Therapy
Broken Arrow Custom Rope Halters
Schaefer Veterinary Service
Miller Elevator Feeds


Entertainment at the North Dakota Horse Expo includes shows from:

Rodney Yost Horsemanship
Crazy Cowgirl Trick Riding
Steve Lantvit Horsemanship


We've selected exciting shows and skilled vendors who create gorgeous items that any horse enthusiast will love. You'll find something for everyone at the North Dakota Horse Expo! Visit our fundraiser from May 31 to June 2. You can also call 701-426-0174 with any questions.

Don't miss our opening ceremony

Watch barrel racing and be apart of the opening ceremony on the first day of the North Dakota Horse Expo! Make sure to stop by the North Dakota Horse Expo from May 31 to June 2.

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