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Introducing The Tailwind Equestrian

Equine Art Contest

Tailwind Equestrian is excited to announce our first Equine Art Contest. This contest is open to all equine enthusiasts. All mediums will be accepted. Subject matter must include a horse and/or an equestrian. Entries will be divided into age groups. Further details to follow. All submissions must be available for viewing and judging at the Tailwind Equestrian School's (Almost) Out Horse Show, June 9th and 10th. Ten dollar entry fee . 





I am so excited to announce that The Remington Carriage Museum has signed on in support of the Tailwind Equestrian Equine Art Contest.


The award-winning Remington Carriage Museum is the world’s finest museum of horse-drawn vehicles with over 300 carriages, coaches, buggies, wagons, sleighs and other specialized vehicles. This 5,850 square meter facility is located on 20 beautiful acres bordering Lee Creek.


This renown museum has graciously offered to display all the first, second and third prize winners of the Tailwind Equestrian Equine Art Contest during the peak summer season. They have also offered a family pass and carriage ride to the first place winners of each age group.


This is such an amazing opportunity to have your work displayed. I am so grateful to the Remington Carriage Museum for their support.


Please visit their website and explore what this museum has to offer . 


To accommodate the museums installment schedule the deadline for contest entries has been moved to June 9th. All pieces must be avail for display and judging at the Tailwind Equestrian School's Almost Out Horse Show.


Winners will be picked by popular vote.


The 2018 Tailwind Equestrian Series Wrap Party and Awards Dinner

Tailwind equestrian Essay  Contest

The winner of the Tailwind Equestrian Essay Contest was announced at the

Tailwind Equestrian Winter Warm-Up Horse Show,



Jenna is the lucky winner of;
-The Tailwind Equestrian Horsemanship Gift Basket,
-Entries to the Tailwind Equestrian Winter Warm-Up Show, -Stabling at a Rocky Mountain Show Jumping Winter Training Series Show, and
-a black background photo session from Nicole DeLynn Equine Photography.

Congratulations to Jenna and thank you to everyone who submitted a "What Horsemanship Means to Me" essay. All of the essays we fantastic. To read Jenna's essay and all of the submissions click the links below.

Many thanks to the sponsors of this contest. Tailwind Equestrian, Rocky Mountain Show Jumping, and Nicole DeLynn Equine Photography

Please click to be directed to the 2017 Tailwind Equestrian Newsletter. The 2017 Tailwind Equestrian Series Award Winners are listed there as well as lots of other fun items and photos.

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