The Southern Equine Expo returns to the Tennessee Miller Coliseum in Murfreesboro, Tennessee on February 24-26, 2017 for the fifth year. We built our reputation by providing the highest quality clinics presented by nationally known horsemen, educational seminars, and hands-on demonstrations. Southern Equine Expo is dedicated to improving the care of horses through education of their owners. During the event, attendees will enjoy clinics presented by nationally known horsemen, educational seminars, and hands-on demonstrations. Again at this year’s Expo will be the COLT STARTING CHALLENGE.
We Are Growing. Over the past four years, the Southern Equine Expo (SEE) invested considerable resources into building our brand. Coming off of our largest attendance in 2016, we are committed to build on this momentum by committing greater resources to expand our multimedia advertising campaign including regional and national radio, print and social media.
Clinics continue to be the center point of the Southern Equine Expo. We are pleased to offer additional competitions this year.
The Southern Equine Expo doors open at 9:00 a.m. Friday February 24, 2017 with the first round of the Colt Starting Challenge being beginning Friday at 10:00 a.m. Attendees will again have the opportunity to shop from a wide variety of vendors. There will be something for everyone. The Colt Starting Challenge will kick off the activities on Saturday beginning at 9:00 a.m. Throughout the day, attendees can watch exciting clinics in three arenas, hands-on demonstrations and interactive displays, educational lectures from industry leaders, see horse breeds and equine athletes representing a variety of different disciplines, and plenty of shopping for anyone interested in horses. Sunday morning will begin with Cowboy Church services at 7:30 a.m. The final day of the Expo will be packed with rider participation clinics and event championships.
The Southern Equine Expo will provide a valuable experience for a greater number of horse enthusiasts throughout the southeast region. There are some noticeable changes to the event this year to better serve our target audience, the entire equine community. Low individual ticket prices and several group and ticket packages are again making this year’s event affordable to everyone.
The time is right in Tennessee to bring all horse enthusiasts together for this dynamic event. Discount tickets are available on-line now.