We’re back with our next roundtable discussion on On The Rail podcast about the economics of putting on a horse show. We're joined by experienced show manager from Florida, Randall Roser, and facility manager of the Cowpokes Arena at C Bar C in Cloverdale, Indiana, Brice Howell.
In this episode, we explore the ins and outs of the horse show industry, including the primary expenses involved in putting on a show, managing unexpected expenses, and determining entry fees. Our guests share their insights on measuring the success of a horse show in financial terms, adapting to changes in the industry, and the trend of long circuit shows versus weekend shows. We also discuss the importance of facilities and amenities for a well-run show, liability and insurance issues, and get a deep and dirty look at what it really takes to run a horse show. If you’ve ever wondered how your show dollars are spent, don't miss this informative and engaging episode of On The Rail podcast!
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