Mar. 31 – April 1: Arabian Horse Experience

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MURFREESBORO — The Intrigue: Arabian Horse Experience, to be held in Murfreesboro from March 30 – April 1, is proving to be captivating to Arabian Horse enthusiasts. Possibly even more fascinating is that Carey Holladay and Andrea Cole, co-producers of the Intrigue Event, are targeting horse enthusiasts who are not currently involved with the Arabian horse. The event has been endorsed by the Arabian Horse Association and the Arabian Professional and Amateur Horseman’s Association, organizations who readily recognized this event as an outreach program to increase interested in the breed.

The Intrigue Event’s cast of clinicians, including Dale Brown, Gordon Potts and Pepper Proffit to name a few, will be conducting “hands on” educational clinics suited to different levels of experience. “If you are a newcomer wondering how you can get involved in Arabian horse ownership, we have you covered. If you are an existing Arabian horse owner wanting to know how to elevate your program, you will!” offers Holladay.

“We did not stop with the educational clinics”, states Cole who goes on to say, “After all, you cannot have an event entitled Intrigue: Arabian Horse Experience without the most beautiful and versatile horse in the world having a major presence.” The Intrigue Event will include a Private Treaty Arabian Horse Sale and features 15 Arabian Stallions up close and personal from breeders nationwide.

Finally, enjoy the high end vendors and retailers displaying their wares in the Intrigue Shopping Expo and expect to have a great time at the social networking opportunities hosted at the Embassy Suites and Convention Center featuring live entertainment by The Kentucky Linemen on Saturday evening.

Intrigue: Arabian Horse Experience will be giving back to the Arabian horse community via its partnership with both the Arabian Horsemen’s Distress Fund, a registered 501(c)3 Charitable Organization that was created to help members of the Arabian community during times of difficulty that arise from unexpected, catastrophic situations and the Regionally based, Iron Hearts of Canton, GA based 501(c)3 Charitable Organization, created to promote a hands-on therapeutic horsemanship program dedicated to empowering children and adults with special needs through equine-assisted activities using the Arabian horse.

For complete details, please visit the Intrigue: Arabian Horse Experience web site at
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