Discover a World of Horses at Equine Affaire’s Popular Breed Exhibits

Equine Affaire will offer a wealth of opportunities to research and appreciate a tremendous variety of horse breeds and registries. Dozens of horse breeds and registries with origins in North America, Europe, and beyond will be showcased in the Breed Pavilion in the Stroh Building and the Horse & Farm Exhibits area located in the C Barn.

The Breed Pavilion will be a great place to network with horse owners; research breeds; learn about national, regional, and local breed associations and their activities; and find out about horses for sale. Association representatives will be on hand to provide helpful information and answer questions about their breeds and horses, and equines from miniatures to drafts and from stock horses to sport horses will be on exhibit and presented in hand for your consideration. Under saddle demonstrations of the breeds featured in the Breed Pavilion will also be conducted throughout the weekend in the main clinic arenas, offering you a chance to understand and appreciate the conformation, characteristics, and aptitudes of horses of different breeds.

Learn how to showcase your breed in the Breed Pavilion.

Find out how to promote your farm, stallion, or horses for sale in the Horse & Farm Exhibits.


2021 Breed Pavilion Exhibitors…

American Shire Horse Association
Brookside Friesians
Connecticut Draft Horse Rescue
Downeast Dales
Friesian Horse Association of North America
FPZV – Friesians of Majesty
Gypsy Vanner Horse Society
International Andalusian Lusitano Horse Association
Irish Draught Horse Society of North America
Nokota Horse Conservancy®
Northeast Icelandic Horse Club
Norwegian Fjord Horse / Wish Upon A Star Horsemanship
PR Menorcan USA Association / Pura Raza Espaniola
Region 16 Arabian Horse Association
Saddle Up and Read
The Connecticut Horse Council, Inc.
Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation
University of Connecticut – Morgans
US Lusitano Association
U.S. Trotting Association
US Wild Horse and Burro Association with Bureau of Land Management
Veterinary & Animal Sciences, UMass Amherst