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

2022 Breed Showcase

Located in Tony's Pizza Events Center and Ag

Hall Arena

TPEC & AG Hall Sponsored by PrairieLand Partners, LLC
The Lippitt Morgan Horse Registry, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to the Lippitt Morgan Horse. We register DNA and track all Lippitts. The Lippitt Morgan horse is recognized as a “rare living antique” coming from a small gene pool. Today, it has been estimated that there are fewer than 2,000 living Lippitts of which there are even fewer breedable mares. The rare Morgan family is truly endangered and teeters on the brink of extinction. The Lippitt Morgan Horse Registry, Inc. will maintain assistance in rescues as well as providing educational materials upon request.
The Paso Fino horse reflects its Spanish heritage through its proud carriage, grace, and elegance. Modern care and selective breeding have enhanced its beauty, refinement and well-proportioned conformation that conveys strength and power without extreme muscling. With its lively but controlled spirit, natural gait and presence, and responsive attitude, the Paso Fino is indeed, a rare and desirable equine partner. Often considered the Cadillac of horses- one ride will show you why. The High Plains Paso Fino Horse Association was organized in the summer of 1998 with 66 members and 210 horses. They were approved by the PFHA Board of Directors at the October 1998 Board of Directors meeting. One of the purposes of the formation of this new region was to have a smaller geographical territory with a higher concentration of members so we could become more involved together in the name of our Paso Fino horses. Since the first official meeting as an organization on November 21, 1998, our membership has grown to over 100 members. Activities include the American Royal Show, the American Royal Parade in Kansas City, Missouri, Beef Empire Days parade in Garden City, Kansas, co- sponsoring the Gait to the Future show in Tulsa, Oklahoma, organizing a new show in Springfield, Missouri, participating in Equi-Fest, and participating in several all-breed shows.
The Appaloosa, best known for widely varying spotted coats. Come see Mighty Shockin’ from Run Amok Ranch in the stall barn and during the Breed Showcase. 2pm Friday in TPEC Arena 12:45pm Saturday in Ag Hall Arena 10am Sunday in TPEC Arena
The Friesian horse, best known for its black color and luxurious mane, soft eyes, long flowing tail, and feathers on their fetlocks. They are the fairy-tale dream horse. The temperament of the Friesian horse is one of pure kindness, curiosity, and extreme gentle disposition. Friesians are the favorite of horse trainers at exhibition shows, as they learn quickly demonstrating the clinician’s teaching skills, and allow an audience to see their capability to take on new tasks quickly. Visit the Royal Friesians of KC in the Stall Barn and watch the Breed Showcase daily: 2pm Friday in TPEC Arena 12:45pm Saturday in Ag Hall Arena 10am Sunday in TPEC Arena
These Gypsy Vanner or Cobb mares offer a nice range of size and abilities. Traditional cob build, sizes range from 13.3 to 14.3 hands. A big, 14.3 hand cob-built mare is a HUGE horse. If you haven't met a big cob in person, you really have no idea. A 14.3 Gypsy cob is far larger than a 14.3 average American horse. These horses are far more athletic than they get credit for. They have a willing disposition and give their whole heart to everything they do for their owners. The Gypsy has been very successful in many events to include Hunter/Jumper, Classic Dressage, Western Dressage, and even cattle work. They are smart and learn quickly. Check out the Flynt Hills Gypsy Vanners in the Stall Barn and see them daily in the Breed Showcase. 2pm Friday in TPEC Arena 12:45pm Saturday in Ag Hall Arena 10am Sunday in TPEC Arena
High Limit Farm, LLC Black & White Clydesdales. Exhibiting a breed that is at risk with only a few thousand horses present day. They have been nearer to extinction off and on in the past. In 1975 only 80 registered Clydesdales were recorded but now it’s over 5,000 of which about 600 are registered in the U.S. The breed made a comeback following its stardom in the Budweiser commercials. This breed originated in Scotland many years ago. Uses include driving, agriculture work, riding. They are among the largest breed of draft horses measuring 16 to 18 hands and average 1800 pounds. We hope you enjoy these gentle giants at EquiFest. Stop by the Stall barn and meet them up close. Catch them in the Endangered and At-Risk Breed Showcase daily. Friday at 4:30pm in TPEC Arena Saturday at 9:30am in Ag Hall Arena Sunday at 9:45am in TPEC Arena
See the Walkadonk Mini Donkeys in the Stall Barn daily! Come pet these lovable little critters- they’re sure to make you smile! TPEC Arena 10am Friday and Saturday Stall Barn Daily- Join a guided stall barn tour
Kansas Horse Council 8831 Quail Lane Suite 201, Manhattan, KS 66502 785-776-0662 ©1999-2016 Kansas Horse Council, All rights reserved.

2022 Breed Showcase

Located in Tony's Pizza Events Center and Ag

Hall Arena

TPEC & AG Hall Sponsored by PrairieLand Partners, LLC
The Lippitt Morgan Horse Registry, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to the Lippitt Morgan Horse. We register DNA and track all Lippitts. The Lippitt Morgan horse is recognized as a “rare living antique” coming from a small gene pool. Today, it has been estimated that there are fewer than 2,000 living Lippitts of which there are even fewer breedable mares. The rare Morgan family is truly endangered and teeters on the brink of extinction. The Lippitt Morgan Horse Registry, Inc. will maintain assistance in rescues as well as providing educational materials upon request.
The Paso Fino horse reflects its Spanish heritage through its proud carriage, grace, and elegance. Modern care and selective breeding have enhanced its beauty, refinement and well-proportioned conformation that conveys strength and power without extreme muscling. With its lively but controlled spirit, natural gait and presence, and responsive attitude, the Paso Fino is indeed, a rare and desirable equine partner. Often considered the Cadillac of horses- one ride will show you why. The High Plains Paso Fino Horse Association was organized in the summer of 1998 with 66 members and 210 horses. They were approved by the PFHA Board of Directors at the October 1998 Board of Directors meeting. One of the purposes of the formation of this new region was to have a smaller geographical territory with a higher concentration of members so we could become more involved together in the name of our Paso Fino horses. Since the first official meeting as an organization on November 21, 1998, our membership has grown to over 100 members. Activities include the American Royal Show, the American Royal Parade in Kansas City, Missouri, Beef Empire Days parade in Garden City, Kansas, co- sponsoring the Gait to the Future show in Tulsa, Oklahoma, organizing a new show in Springfield, Missouri, participating in Equi-Fest, and participating in several all-breed shows.
The Appaloosa, best known for widely varying spotted coats. Come see Mighty Shockin’ from Run Amok Ranch in the stall barn and during the Breed Showcase. 2pm Friday in TPEC Arena 12:45pm Saturday in Ag Hall Arena 10am Sunday in TPEC Arena
The Friesian horse, best known for its black color and luxurious mane, soft eyes, long flowing tail, and feathers on their fetlocks. They are the fairy-tale dream horse. The temperament of the Friesian horse is one of pure kindness, curiosity, and extreme gentle disposition. Friesians are the favorite of horse trainers at exhibition shows, as they learn quickly demonstrating the clinician’s teaching skills, and allow an audience to see their capability to take on new tasks quickly. Visit the Royal Friesians of KC in the Stall Barn and watch the Breed Showcase daily: 2pm Friday in TPEC Arena 12:45pm Saturday in Ag Hall Arena 10am Sunday in TPEC Arena
These Gypsy Vanner or Cobb mares offer a nice range of size and abilities. Traditional cob build, sizes range from 13.3 to 14.3 hands. A big, 14.3 hand cob-built mare is a HUGE horse. If you haven't met a big cob in person, you really have no idea. A 14.3 Gypsy cob is far larger than a 14.3 average American horse. These horses are far more athletic than they get credit for. They have a willing disposition and give their whole heart to everything they do for their owners. The Gypsy has been very successful in many events to include Hunter/Jumper, Classic Dressage, Western Dressage, and even cattle work. They are smart and learn quickly. Check out the Flynt Hills Gypsy Vanners in the Stall Barn and see them daily in the Breed Showcase. 2pm Friday in TPEC Arena 12:45pm Saturday in Ag Hall Arena 10am Sunday in TPEC Arena
High Limit Farm, LLC Black & White Clydesdales. Exhibiting a breed that is at risk with only a few thousand horses present day. They have been nearer to extinction off and on in the past. In 1975 only 80 registered Clydesdales were recorded but now it’s over 5,000 of which about 600 are registered in the U.S. The breed made a comeback following its stardom in the Budweiser commercials. This breed originated in Scotland many years ago. Uses include driving, agriculture work, riding. They are among the largest breed of draft horses measuring 16 to 18 hands and average 1800 pounds. We hope you enjoy these gentle giants at EquiFest. Stop by the Stall barn and meet them up close. Catch them in the Endangered and At-Risk Breed Showcase daily. Friday at 4:30pm in TPEC Arena Saturday at 9:30am in Ag Hall Arena Sunday at 9:45am in TPEC Arena
See the Walkadonk Mini Donkeys in the Stall Barn daily! Come pet these lovable little critters- they’re sure to make you smile! TPEC Arena 10am Friday and Saturday Stall Barn Daily- Join a guided stall barn tour