Horse Shows at the Oregon State Fair


Multi Breed Oregon State Fair Horse Show Starts Sunday, August 28th and runs through Monday, September 5th showcasing many breeds of horses over the course of 9 days. Multiple performances each day of various breeds starting at 9:00 a.m. with special performances each afternoon and evening showcasing the majestic Draft Horse.

* Full Show Schedule to be posted soon.

Oregon Pony of Americas

  • Sunday, August 28th thru Monday, August 29th.

Miniature Horses

  • Miniature Horses will begin showing on Tuesday, August 30th
  • There will be periodic exhibitions and demonstrations with Miniature Horses throughout the Horse Show.

Draft Horses

  • Draft Horses will be on exhibit from Saturday, August 27th and will have performances at 1:00 PM and each evening at 7:00 PM, starting Sunday, August 28th.

Mustangs, Burros and Mules

  • Wednesday, August 31st thru Thursday, September 1st.

Morgan, Peruvian, Paso Fino, Tennessee Walking Horses, Saddlebred Horses, Gypsy Horses and Drum Horses

  • Friday, September 2nd thru Sunday, September4th

Drill Team Competition

  • Saturday, September 3rd and Sunday, September 4th.

Special Salute to Veterans & 1st Responders, TWH Flag presentation, Drill Team maneuvers, Draft Horse six-up presentation

  • Monday, September 5th

Draft Horse Pull Competition

  • Monday, September 5th.

Stalls/Stabling: Stalls must be reserved in advance with a payment to cover the stall fees.

Premium Books:
Books and Entry forms will be available on-line at the OSF web site later this year. Contact for more information or a mailed Premium Book:
Ron Hood, Horse Show Manager
280 Mansfield Rd
Hollister, Ca 95023
831-524-5248 [email protected]


Thanks to all those that participated in the Open Horse Show in 2021! For complete class results, please connect with the following link at HorseShowsOnLine: Class Results- HorseShowsOnline


The 2021 Horse Show Photographer was Ron Christian. He can be reached at:

Ronald Christian
Ron Christian Photography
503 985 6867
Aloha, Oregon

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The Oregon State Fair recognizes that COVID-19 is unpredictable, and, if the need arises, will comply if any health and safety protocols are issued by the State of Oregon, Marion County, or the City of Salem, should they impact this year’s Fair.

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