Kansas Horse Council 8831 Quail Lane Suite 201, Manhattan, KS 66502 785-776-0662 ©1999-2016 Kansas Horse Council, All rights reserved.

Kansas Horse Council presents Equifest of Kansas, one of the largest equine expos in the Midwest complete with shopping, food, music,

clinics, workshops, and a whole lot of fun!

In two operating arenas, you can watch over 100 horses performing throughout the 3 days, displaying a variety of breeds, disciplines, special

demonstrations, and competitions!

On Friday and Saturday night don’t miss the TravAlum-Liberty, Inc., authentic Ranch Rodeo with cowboys, cowgirls and their skilled

mounts competing in fast and woolly, action-packed, real working events including wild cow milking and trailer loading!

Stroll through the Stall Barn to check out the horses up close and see more vendor displays.

In the next barn over, stop in to witness blacksmithing in action during the Kansas Farriers Association Journeyman Competition.

“Shop till you Drop” with wall-to-wall shopping in 4 vendor areas. All are wall to wall fun!

In Tony’s Pizza Events

Center (TPEC):

(1) Great Plains Manufacturing and Convention Hall (formerly Heritage Hall)

(2) TPEC Arena Concourse

At Saline County Expo Center (SCEC):

(3) Kenwood Hall

(4) 4H/Better Horses Ponderosa Building

Food awaits sampling! You’ll find authentic Kettle Corn (inside Kenwood Hall) and Candied Nuts (on TPEC Concourse). Located between

Ag Hall and the 4H/Ponderosa building at the Saline County Expo Center will be several food trucks with kicked up American cafe’ food,

BBQ, and Gourmet Burgers.

Kenwood Hall is where you’ll find the Kansas Farm Bureau Kiddie Corral and Live Workshop Demos.

The 4-H/Better Horses Ponderosa Building stage features Ernie Rodina and Ed Adams of Better Horses Radio and TV in action, including

live broadcasting! Gather around the authentic Chuck Wagon and rest your boots for a spell while enjoying Cowboy Music

and Poetry. You can sit back and enjoy your food truck grub while you’re there too!

Also, in the 4H building you’ll find the Kansas Horse Council Foundation Silent Auction. Place a bid on some amazing items up for grabs

to contribute to the KHCF Scholarship Fund!

Come on out and bring your friends & family to EquiFest 2022!

Frequently Asked Questions

1)

When do tickets go on sale? Are there advance ticket sales? Box office ticket sales begin opening day of the event, March 5th at the

Tony’s Pizza Events Center Box Office, so there will be NO advance ticket sales. This saves you extra online convenience and service

charges.

2)

What is a ticket for entry to Equifest of Kansas? Your ticket is a wristband also referred to as a pass. All the same, different terms.

Even the kiddos who are free will need a wristband for entry, so we can count how many attends.

3)

Does my ticket include admission to all activities, and events? YES. Ranch Rodeo Friday and Saturday nights, workshops, clinics,

demos, vendor show, competitions, both arenas and all vendor buildings!

4)

Admission price, ticket/pass/wristband for 1 day is $20, or $50 for a 3-day pass and includes EVERYTHING on the grounds! Woo

Hoo! Kids 12 and under are FREE!

5)

Can I bring my Food Truck food and drinks into the main arena, Tony’s Pizza Events Center (TPEC)? YES (new in 2022) and

concessions will be available during the main arena operating hours by Tony’s Pizza Events Center, Back Yard Grill concessions and

Hometown Cafe.

6)

Is there additional seating available to enjoy Food Truck eats, besides the Ag Hall Arena on the Saline County Expo side? YES. You’ll

find tables and chairs in the 4H building and in the Ag Hall Arena Concourse or you are always welcomed to sit in arena stands with your

food and drinks.

7)

What time do the vendor shopping areas close? All vendor areas, in Heritage Hall, Kenwood Hall and the 4H/Ponderosa buildings will

close at 7:30pm, Friday and Saturday nights during the Ranch Rodeo. Vendors on the main arena concourse (TPEC) may choose to stay

open until the conclusion of the Ranch Rodeo and entertainment if they wish. All vendor areas close at 4:00pm on Sunday.

EquiFest of Kansas

Kansas Horse Council 8831 Quail Lane Suite 201, Manhattan, KS 66502 785-776-0662 ©1999-2016 Kansas Horse Council, All rights reserved.

EquiFest of Kansas

Kansas Horse Council presents Equifest of Kansas, one of the largest

equine expos in the Midwest complete with shopping, food, music,

clinics, workshops, and a whole lot of fun!

In two operating arenas, you can watch over 100 horses performing

throughout the 3 days, displaying a variety of breeds, disciplines,

special demonstrations, and competitions!

On Friday and Saturday night don’t miss the TravAlum-Liberty, Inc.,

authentic Ranch Rodeo with cowboys, cowgirls and their skilled

mounts competing in fast and woolly, action-packed, real working

events including wild cow milking and trailer loading!

Stroll through the Stall Barn to check out the horses up close and see

more vendor displays.

In the next barn over, stop in to witness blacksmithing in action during

the Kansas Farriers Association Journeyman Competition.

“Shop till you Drop” with wall-to-wall shopping in 4 vendor areas. All

are wall to wall fun!

In Tony’s Pizza Events

Center (TPEC):

(1) Great Plains Manufacturing and Convention Hall (formerly

Heritage Hall)

(2) TPEC Arena Concourse

At Saline County Expo Center (SCEC):

(3) Kenwood Hall

(4) 4H/Better Horses Ponderosa Building

Food awaits sampling! You’ll find authentic Kettle Corn (inside

Kenwood Hall) and Candied Nuts (on TPEC Concourse). Located

between Ag Hall and the 4H/Ponderosa building at the Saline County

Expo Center will be several food trucks with kicked up American

cafe’ food, BBQ, and Gourmet Burgers.

Kenwood Hall is where you’ll find the Kansas Farm Bureau Kiddie

Corral and Live Workshop Demos.

The 4-H/Better Horses Ponderosa Building stage features Ernie

Rodina and Ed Adams of Better Horses Radio and TV in action,

including live broadcasting! Gather around the authentic Chuck

Wagon and rest your boots for a spell while enjoying Cowboy Music

and Poetry. You can sit back and enjoy your food truck grub while

you’re there too!

Also, in the 4H building you’ll find the Kansas Horse Council

Foundation Silent Auction. Place a bid on some amazing items up for

grabs to contribute to the KHCF Scholarship Fund!

Come on out and bring your friends & family to EquiFest 2022!

Frequently Asked Questions

1)

When do tickets go on sale? Are there advance ticket sales?

Box office ticket sales begin opening day of the event, March 5th at

the Tony’s Pizza Events Center Box Office, so there will be NO

advance ticket sales. This saves you extra online convenience and

service charges.

2)

What is a ticket for entry to Equifest of Kansas? Your ticket is a

wristband also referred to as a pass. All the same, different terms.

Even the kiddos who are free will need a wristband for entry, so we

can count how many attends.

3)

Does my ticket include admission to all activities, and events?

YES. Ranch Rodeo Friday and Saturday nights, workshops, clinics,

demos, vendor show, competitions, both arenas and all vendor

buildings!

4)

Admission price, ticket/pass/wristband for 1 day is $20, or $50

for a 3-day pass and includes EVERYTHING on the grounds! Woo

Hoo! Kids 12 and under are FREE!

5)

Can I bring my Food Truck food and drinks into the main arena,

Tony’s Pizza Events Center (TPEC)? YES (new in 2022) and

concessions will be available during the main arena operating hours by

Tony’s Pizza Events Center, Back Yard Grill concessions and

Hometown Cafe.

6)

Is there additional seating available to enjoy Food Truck eats,

besides the Ag Hall Arena on the Saline County Expo side? YES.

You’ll find tables and chairs in the 4H building and in the Ag Hall

Arena Concourse or you are always welcomed to sit in arena stands

with your food and drinks.

7)

What time do the vendor shopping areas close? All vendor

areas, in Heritage Hall, Kenwood Hall and the 4H/Ponderosa buildings

will close at 7:30pm, Friday and Saturday nights during the Ranch

Rodeo. Vendors on the main arena concourse (TPEC) may choose to

stay open until the conclusion of the Ranch Rodeo and entertainment

if they wish. All vendor areas close at 4:00pm on Sunday.