Two horse shows and a concert are on the bill for the Montana equestrians who love to ride their horses, but the concert at the Rocky Mountain Equine Center won’t be a walk in the park.
“We’re not going to be walking the show,” said Dana Tannenbaum, the director of communications for the Rocky Mountaineers.
“It’s a horse show, but it’s not going into the rodeo, and it’s just not going out to the pasture.
The concert is going to go out into the pasture and be a good experience for people.”
The Rocky Mounties were able to get the concert scheduled for April 30th postponed until the end of the month due to a family emergency.
They were able, however, to move the show from the same time as the other two shows.
The show will still take place at the Equine Club Gymborees in Boulder on Saturday and Sunday.
Tickets are $60 for adults, $35 for seniors 65 and older and free for students.