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Holy Horsecapades

Horsepower was the name of the game at the National Western Complex during the first weekend of November 2006. Fans by the thousands of both horses and the western lifestyle packed the NWSS Events Center to watch Colorado’s own Westernaires provide three separate performances of non-stop action throughout the 53rd Annual Westernaires Horsecapades.

The Horsecapades is the biggest event staged by the Westernaires every year, and is designed to be a major fundraiser for the program. With a string of over 150 horses and about 1,000 students involved, the money raised over that one weekend makes it possible for the youth-oriented organization to gallop strong for another year.

“It is critical,” said Glenn Keller, Director of the Westernaires, when asked the importance of the annual event to the western riding and entertainment troupe. “The Westernaires doesn’t happen without Horsecapades. It is the means by which the Westernaires funds its operations. We have no outside sources of support.”

Horsepower was the name of the game at the National Western Complex during the first weekend of November 2006. Fans by the thousands of both horses and the western lifestyle packed the NWSS Events Center to watch Colorado’s own Westernaires provide three separate performances of non-stop action throughout the 53rd Annual Westernaires Horsecapades.

The Horsecapades is the biggest event staged by the Westernaires every year, and is designed to be a major fundraiser for the program. With a string of over 150 horses and about 1,000 students involved, the money raised over that one weekend makes it possible for the youth-oriented organization to gallop strong for another year.

“It is critical,” said Glenn Keller, Director of the Westernaires, when asked the importance of the annual event to the western riding and entertainment troupe. “The Westernaires doesn’t happen without Horsecapades. It is the means by which the Westernaires funds its operations. We have no outside sources of support.”

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Horsepower was the name of the game at the National Western Complex during the first weekend of November 2006. Fans by the thousands of both horses and the western lifestyle packed the NWSS Events Center to watch Colorado’s own Westernaires provide three separate performances of non-stop action throughout the 53rd Annual Westernaires Horsecapades.

The Horsecapades is the biggest event staged by the Westernaires every year, and is designed to be a major fundraiser for the program. With a string of over 150 horses and about 1,000 students involved, the money raised over that one weekend makes it possible for the youth-oriented organization to gallop strong for another year.

“It is critical,” said Glenn Keller, Director of the Westernaires, when asked the importance of the annual event to the western riding and entertainment troupe. “The Westernaires doesn’t happen without Horsecapades. It is the means by which the Westernaires funds its operations. We have no outside sources of support.”

Horsepower was the name of the game at the National Western Complex during the first weekend of November 2006. Fans by the thousands of both horses and the western lifestyle packed the NWSS Events Center to watch Colorado’s own Westernaires provide three separate performances of non-stop action throughout the 53rd Annual Westernaires Horsecapades.

The Horsecapades is the biggest event staged by the Westernaires every year, and is designed to be a major fundraiser for the program. With a string of over 150 horses and about 1,000 students involved, the money raised over that one weekend makes it possible for the youth-oriented organization to gallop strong for another year.

“It is critical,” said Glenn Keller, Director of the Westernaires, when asked the importance of the annual event to the western riding and entertainment troupe. “The Westernaires doesn’t happen without Horsecapades. It is the means by which the Westernaires funds its operations. We have no outside sources of support.”