Attention horse-lovers—the National Western Stock Show is already in full swing this year. There is more to see and do at this year’s festivities than there has been ever before. Visitors will be able to see the Coors Western Art gallery, horse shows, and even a stock dog competition. Also cheer on the kids in the Stadium Arena and shop at hundreds of western vendors for gifts and food. Continue reading for information on this historic Colorado Stock Show. Also, if you are looking for a horse property for sale in Colorado, contact Colorado Horse Property today and speak with one of our horse-person realtors.
Western Stock Show Details
The Stock Show began on January 8, but don’t worry if you forgot to mark your calendar. The festivities will still be going on until the 23rd. Depending on the day of attendance, tickets for adults are $17 to $25. Kids from ages 3 to 11 get in for under $5 and anyone younger than that gets in for free. Guest Badges, which are good for Grounds Admission for all 16 days were $70. Even though you’ve missed a few of the days, these tickets may still be available. Remember to check the Western Stock Show website before you go.
The Draft Horse, Mule, and Donkey Shows are on the last days of the stock show. Visitors will “Witness first-hand the immense horsepower of these gentle giants. Featuring the workhorses of yesteryear, the Draft Horse, Mule, and Donkey Show and pulling contest offers the beauty, grandeur, and sheer force of today’s draft horses. The final weekend boasts cart, team, unicorn, 4-horse, 6-horse & 8-horse hitch classes as well as various working horse events including the popular Feed Team Race.” There are four ticketed performances in this category so there are still opportunities to attend.