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    The Burbank Showcase Multi Breed Horse Show will again bring the Los Angeles Equestrian Center to life April 22-26. Fast becoming one of the largest multi-breed horse shows on the West Coast (if not the largest!), it will again benefit the fight against cancer. Proceeds will go to Fiesta Spanish Horse 501(c)3, a non-profit dedicated to donations for cancer research entities. Burbank Showcase celebrates a full spectrum of horse breeds and disciplines, including but not limited to American Saddlebred, Andalusian, Friesian, Gypsy, Lusitano and Mustang, with a variety of events that will include open Dressage, Cowboy Dressage (new this year!), USEF English and Western Pleasure Classes and Working Equitation. Also new this year will be the Open Driving Show, recognized by the American Driving Society, and also a special new Showcase Area to show off each of the breeds.

    The five-day horse show will have something for everyone, even special open classes for horses not registered in any of the above breeds. Last year’s event had close to 300 show horses. Food, drink and various other vendors will be available throughout the weekend. Burbank Showcase Horse Show has something for everyone, and admission is free to the public. Last year, a steady stream of public spectators attended throughout the duration of the event.

    If you sponsor the Burbank Showcase, you, your ranch or your company will receive valuable advertising and marketing exposure. Your sponsorship includes five days of advertising and announcements during the event itself, as well as recognition via social media. For vendor, sponsorship or patron information, call or text (818) 842-8444 or email burbankshowcaselaec@gmail.com. Fiesta of the Spanish Horse 501(C)3 #42-1620270. The Los Angeles Equestrian Center is located at 480 Riverside Drive in Burbank.


    Western States Horse Expo returns to the Murieta Equestrian Center May 7-10. The nation’s most innovative equine trade show moved to Rancho Murieta last year, and it was stunningly popular. Attendees, vendors and clinicians agreed, and this year’s edition promises to be unparalled. Recently, after two planned vendor exhibit halls filled up to capacity, Western States Expo announced that a third will be erected! The clinician line-up is stellar, including favorites Monte Roberts and Chris Cox, and the list of of events, demonstrations, horse shows and activities—all included with your admission—promise to make this the best expo ever.

    Immerse yourself in the latest training and education from the best names in the industry, shop premier equine vendors, discover a new breed or riding discipline and connect with your horse friends. Attending the Western States Horse Expo is a low-cost, high quality way to stay engaged in the horse industry, making sure you have the tools, knowledge and products to help make the most of your equine passion year-round!

    The Murieta Equestrian Center is just 25 miles east of downtown Sacramento, and it’s the gateway to scenic vineyards and wineries of the Sierra foothills. The MEC facility offers a beautiful, horse-friendly setting that you are sure to love on Mother’s Day weekend in May. Event hours will be 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Thursday through Saturday, and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. Purchase your tickets early and get a special online rate! Our convenient new digital ticketing system sends a QR code to your email address. Print out the ticket or just take your mobile device to the event.


    SmartPak is excited to introduce Carma Caughlan as the new chief marketing officer. Caughlan brings with her an extensive background in digital commerce, specialty retail, and marketing leadership. This, tied with her longstanding passion for horses, will make her a pivotal member of the company.

    “We are pleased to welcome Carma to the team,” said SmartPak CEO Fraser Cameron. “Carma is a thoughtful leader and a natural collaborator, who has a passion for everything she does.”

    Caughlan, who earned her MBA from the University of Portland in Oregon, has held roles at several well-known brands such as UGG Australia, Nike, and Intel. Most recently, she held the position of director of loyalty for Bath and Body Works, where her focus was launching and managing a new loyalty program. When Caughlan isn’t at work, she can be found spending time with her two horses, along with her daughters who actively compete as well.

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