Adoption Affaire at Equine Affaire®
The Horse & Farm Exhibits in the Gilligan Complex will showcase horses for adoption from a variety of horse rescues and sanctuaries.
Exciting opportunities for rescues and sanctuaries to secure current and future adopters for your adoptable horses…
With tens of thousands of horse-people poised to attend the 2024 Equine Affaire in Ohio, there’s no better place to present your horses for adoption or promote your rescue or sanctuary. The Adoption Affaire will be featured within Equine Affaire’s Horse & Farm Exhibits area in the Gilligan Complex and will provide the perfect opportunity for your adoption candidates to find their forever home.
The Adoption Affaire will include a variety of rescues and sanctuaries with healthy, trained, adoptable horses of a variety of breeds, backgrounds, and ages. Attendees can meet the horses in person and apply to adopt on the spot!
Offering your horses for adoption at the Adoption Affaire
Participating in Adoption Affaire is economical and easy!
The rental of a 10 x 10 “Adoption Affaire” stall for $160, also includes:
• One four-day pass to the event (a $50 value)
• An “Adoption Affaire” sign to post on the stall
• A free listing pre-event on equineaffaire.com that will provide the horse’s breed, age, gender, name, discipline, price, photo, and stall location
For added convenience, you may also rent a tack stall next to your “Adoption Affaire” stall(s) for only $110 in order to store your bedding, tack, feed, and other equipment while at the show. Though Equine Affaire is a four-day event, you do not need to occupy your “Adoption Affaire” stall all four days. You simply need to commit to exhibiting your horse for at least two days of the event.
To contract your stalls at Equine Affaire, please fill out the following forms and return them to Jessica Anderson at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (740) 845-0085 x112.
Equine Affaire is excited to partner with the ASPCA’s Right Horse Initiative to improve the lives of horses in transition and connect adopters with the “Right Horse.”