1st Annual Stuart Nechako Equifair

Nechako Valley Equifair stampede’s into town

The Nechako Valley Equifair populated the exhibition grounds on June 8, 9 and 10th.



Christina Millington

Omineca Express

The Nechako Valley Equifair populated the exhibition grounds on June 8, 9 and 10th.

The weather played in favour of the outdoor event that had horses and their owners out competing against the areas finest.

The indoor and outdoor events invited locals out to the grounds for a weekend full of entertaining shows.

Friday afternoon events consisted of beginner roping school, a parade of breeds, barrel clinics.

Saturday events showcased a horse whisperer, barrel racing, team roping and gymkhana demos.

To end the weekend events participants showcased their roping skills and heavy horse pulling.

The family friendly affair had children participating in fun activities with an opportunity to become more acquainted with the several horse breeds that made it out to the fair.

Competitors of all ages from Vanderhoof and surrounding areas came out to compete at the 1st annual fair.

 

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