Equestrian Extravaganza: The Event at Rebecca Farm

Get a glimpse inside this three-day event.
Photo courtesy of Rebecca Farm in Kalispell, Montana.
© Rebecca Farm

Nestled in the picturesque town of Kalispell, Montana, lies a hidden gem that captivates horse enthusiasts from around the world—the Event at Rebecca Farm. Every year, this equestrian extravaganza attracts riders, spectators and nature lovers alike to witness the thrilling displays of skill, grace and camaraderie. With its stunning natural setting, top-notch facilities and exceptional organization, The Event at Rebecca Farm has earned its reputation as one of the premier equestrian events in North America.

Unveiling a World of Equestrian Excellence

Rebecca Farm, named after the late Rebecca Broussard, an accomplished equestrian herself, serves as the idyllic backdrop. Spread across hundreds of acres, the farm’s rolling meadows, sparkling lakes and lush greenery create a picturesque setting. The event showcases levels from beginner novice all the way through the FEI 4* level. Internationally respected riders entered for 2023 include Tamie Smith, winner of this year’s Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event CCI5*-L, Buck Davidson and Liz Halliday-Sharp.

Beyond the Equestrian Spectacle

While the equestrian competitions take center stage, The Event at Rebecca Farm offers much more than that. It also includes a variety of activities and attractions that appeal to visitors of all ages. Spectators can explore vendor booths offering unique equestrian products, browse art displays and indulge in delicious food from local vendors. For the younger attendees, there are pony rides, face painting and educational exhibits on horse care and conservation.

Community Spirit and Philanthropy

The Event at Rebecca Farm is not only a celebration of equestrian excellence but also a symbol of community spirit. It brings together people from all walks of life, fostering a sense of unity and camaraderie. In addition to promoting equestrian sports, the event supports local charities and organizations. That further strengthens the bond between the equestrian community and the residents of Kalispell.

The Event at Rebecca Farm in Kalispell, Montana
“Halt Cancer at X” is an important part of The Event at Rebecca Farm.
© Shannon Brinkman

Legacy and Future

The legacy of Rebecca Broussard, the founder of The Event at Rebecca Farm, lives on through this remarkable event. Her vision was to create a world-class equestrian competition that would showcase the beauty of Kalispell and its surrounding landscapes while nurturing the passion for horses. Today, her dream has become a reality, as the Event at Rebecca Farm continues to grow in popularity and reputation.

Conclusion

The Event at Rebecca Farm in Kalispell, Montana, is more than just an equestrian competition. It is an extraordinary showcase of talent, a celebration of community and a testament to the enduring bond between humans and horses. Against the backdrop of Kalispell’s natural beauty, riders and spectators alike come together. As the event continues to captivate audiences and leave lasting memories, it solidifies its place as a must-visit destination for all equestrian enthusiasts and lovers of the extraordinary.

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