Saddlebred horse
More than 2,000 horses will compete for more than $1 million – and there’s a vendors’ area too.
Thousands of the world’s top Saddlebreds are compete in Louisville, Kentucky during the World’s Championship Horse Show on 17 – 24 August.
The show, now in its 117th year, is the ultimate celebration of the glory and grandeur of the Saddlebred with days and nights of competition and pageantry.
The event is held in conjunction with the Kentucky State Fair. It attracts spectators and competitors from across the world and features over 2,000 Saddlebred horses competing for more than $1 million in awards.
Horses compete in divisions including Three-Gaited, Five-Gaited, Fine Harness, Saddlebred Pleasure, Saddle Seat Equitation, Hackney/Harness Ponies, Roadster, In-Hand, and American Saddlebred. 
Each division includes classes for amateurs, ladies, amateur ladies, and junior exhibitors, as well as younger horses and ponies. Horses or riders who win earn the title of world’s champion. 

So much activity and interest means the show’s vendor area is bound to be busy.

For updates on booth availability contact Expo Sales 
(502) 367-5200 
or for more information about the show contact Horse Show Office