SALINA , Kan. — Equifest Fans, the location is new! Kansas Horse Council is excited to move to Salina for Equifest of KS on March 6, 7 & 8, 2020. This is THE Premier All Breed Horse Fair and Exposition opening for the 23rd consecutive year at its new location, Tony’s Pizza Events Center & Saline County Expo Center in Salina, KS!

Tickets are available on site at Equifest of KS, by going to the Tony’s Pizza Events Center Box Office window. Prices are $15/day or $35 for all 3 days. Kids 12 & under are free! Doors open at 9:00am daily. The 2020 lineup is set, and schedules are posted! Get details at or check us out on Facebook. We are super excited to feature headliner clinician Chris Cox, and billboard chart topping singer, songwriter, Ms. Adrian “Buckaroogirl” Brannan. Don’t miss the original TravAlum Ranch Rodeo competition at 7pm nightly on Friday & Saturday where 12 teams compete for the buckle. On Saturday afternoon, we’ll feature some living legends in the horse industry at our Legendary KS Horseman’s workshop panel. Come see a farrier competition, Battle of the Breeds, Fort Riley Commanding General’s Mounted Color Guards, a breed showcase, pack mules, draft hitches, saddle seat and versatility ranch class demonstrations, plus live horse workshops in Kenwood Hall, near the Kiddie Corral and the Old Time Photo booth. Oh, and we can’t forget the Mounted Shooting competition on Friday and Saturday. You’ll want to check that out and then stop by to visit these folks who also performed in a new family fun adventure movie, The Lost Treasures of Jesse James…get your picture with them in the 4H building at Equifest of KS! Plus, don’t miss Cowboy Poetry & Music, some fine western art and a silent auction to boot!

You’ll find wall to wall shopping inside and out, great food and a whole lotta fun!

Equifest of Kansas is the primary fundraiser for the Kansas Horse Council.

About Kansas Horse Council & Equifest of KS: The mission of Kansas Horse Council is to provide the Kansas equine industry with leadership and direction through education, promotion and public policy advocacy. Our primary fundraiser is Equifest of KS, a 3- day equine expo of extraordinary proportions with world renowned clinicians, workshop presentations, arena demonstrations and competitions, incredible shopping offered – all equine themed, from home décor, clothing, tack, jewelry, nutrition needs, as well as outbuilding and equipment to make chores and travel easier! You’ll find information on equine services, as well as organizations and associations to get involved with. We promote our KHC Foundation which exists to provide educational scholarships to equine enthusiasts continuing their secondary education. To learn more and to Join, visit w