Equine Affaire and the ASPCA Right Horse Program
Recently, I had the pleasure of attending Equine Affaire in Columbus, Ohio, and I have to say, it was an experience I will never forget. As the owner of Lawless Livestock Transport, I was honored to be a part of the ASPCA Right Horse Program horse adoption event that took place at the event. The goal of the program is to help find loving homes for horses in need, and I am happy to report that all six horses we transported from the Oklahoma adoption program found their forever homes at the event!
The Equine Affaire brought together horse enthusiasts from all around the world. There were people from all walks of life, all with one thing in common: their love for horses. It was amazing to be surrounded by so many like-minded individuals who share the same passion as I do.
One of the highlights of the event was the training sessions that were offered. There were several different trainers who showcased their skills and techniques. It was truly inspiring to see the bond between the trainers and their horses, and to see the level of trust and respect that had been built between them.
The vendors at the event were also a highlight. There were so many different products and services being offered, ranging from feed and supplements to custom saddles and horse trailers. It was great to have the opportunity to speak with the vendors and learn more about their products and services.
The Equine Affaire offered many different events and activities throughout the day. There were clinics, demonstrations, and even a breed showcase where we got to see different breeds of horses up close and personal. The event was so well organized, and there was something for everyone.
Overall, the Equine Affaire was an incredible experience. Being a part of the ASPCA Right Horse Program horse adoption event was truly rewarding. We were able to give these horses a second chance at a happy life with loving families. I hope that this event brought attention to the program, and that more deserving horses will find their forever homes as a result.