Some Horses Events & Expo of the Northeast Announce First Annual Event

For immediate release

August 17, 2020

Some Horses Events and Expo of the Northeast announces their premiere, first annual event, originally scheduled as a live event in Rutland, Vermont,  will now be presented as a virtual on-line, free ticket event and can be viewed anywhere in the world.  The equine-only presentation will feature a collection of video demonstrations, and films.  The presentations will be available to view four days, September 4 – 7.   

Several of the guest presenters were originally scheduled for the live event and include Leslie Desmond, Cal Middleton, Julie March, Tres Amigas, Janet Barrett, and film productions by Bruce Anderson and Julienne Neal.  The virtual event will also feature the Winnie Film Fest rated for all audiences. The featured film is produced by Equus Film Festival and  will co-host the film and video presentations through their Equus Network Channel platform.    The virtual collection will provide a unique entertainment and learning opportunity for all ages, riding disciplines, and for those who just love horses.

A link to sign-up and receive a free code by email to view the films and presentations all four days of Labor Day Weekend, September 4 – 7, 2020 is posted at

The founder of the Some Horses event had signed a contract January 2020, to produce the new equestrian-themed event at the Vermont State Fairgrounds.  The event would extend multiple live clinics, demonstrations, more than 100,000 square feet of retail shopping space, and to run in conjunction with the fairgrounds-hosted 2nd annual Vermont Horse Festival with 4 days of live horse shows.  

The 2nd annual event has been scheduled for September 3 – 6, 2021 and will be a ticketed event held live at the Vermont State Fairgrounds.

 Media contact:

Trish Bankes


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