Annual bazaar brings all things horse related under one roof in Langley

The Horsemen’s Bazaar is Sunday at Thunderbird Show Park.

The serious horse rider, the weekend novice, the uninterested siblings of riders, the person with no connection to horses at all – they can all find fun at the Horseman’s Bazaar and Country Fair on Sunday.

Organized by Lower Mainland Quarter Horse Association, the bazaar has grown to feature pretty much everything the equestrian needs or could want, plus activities for all ages.

In addition to the used tack sale, there’s specialty clinics with experts, horse and dog demonstrations throughout the day, community groups and vendors on site, a kids zone including Elsa and Ariel, magicians, entertainers and dancers, farm animals, and more.

Admission is $5 per person with children five and younger admitted free. The bazaar is at the Thunderbird Show Park, 24550 72nd Ave., and runs 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Parking is by donation and the funds go to JRFM’s Basics for Babies. JR is on site with a barbecue. There is also a fundraising pancake breakfast 9 to 11 a.m. and the bake sale all day.

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