Equine Affaire

Unveiling Our New 85’W Riding Arena at Black Swan Farm

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This blog was submitted by: Kat Hayden, ClearSpan Truss Arch Sales Specialist

Brenda and David Webster contacted me back in Dec. 2013 to discuss the possibility of purchasing a riding arena for their business, Black Swan Farm, located in the rolling hills of central Ohio. Brenda owns two donkeys and a horse named Zip that she keeps at home. This past winter was particularly harsh, so she and David decided to purchase one of our 85’ wide structures for indoor riding. In March, we began design on the 85’W x 120’L gable style structure that included two end walls, doors, helical anchors and installation by our ClearSpan crew. Brenda even stopped by our ClearSpan booth at the Equine Affair in Columbus to tell me how excited she was about the arena! Continue reading

A Galloping “Affaire” In Ohio!

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This blog was submitted by: Kat Hayden, ClearSpan Truss Arch Sales Specialist

If you are an equine enthusiast and live in New England, then you know about the Equine Affaire. People gather every autumn at the mecca of the equine world in West Springfield, Mass. Continue reading

ClearSpan Trots To Equine Affaire

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Submitted by: Kat Hayden, ClearSpan Truss Arch Specialist

Equine Affaire to me is like Christmas is to kids! This is by far my most favorite trade show that ClearSpan Fabric Structures does all year long. Ask anyone in the office and they will tell you how excited I get in the days leading up to the show. Now that I have been traveling to trade shows regularly for the last year, I have made friends with vendors who travel to the same show. I get excited to see them and do some shopping!! And of course my favorite thing; talk to horse people all day long. Continue reading

The Equestrian Disney Land— Ohio Equine Affaire

 Equine AffaireIn today’s blog you get two for the price of one!  Kat Hayden is back to deliver another blog post and update us on the equine trade show scene.  Also joining her to add some color commentary is Abigail Tobey our resident fodder specialist.  Take a look how they got on at the Ohio Equine Affaire Continue reading