Do you love horses? We do and we are so excited about the first everPony Up! Festival.
Breyer Invites you and your family to discover the world of horses.
Join them at the New Pony Up! Festival which will take place on June 18th at the Historic U.S. Equestrian Headquarters located in Gladstone, N.J.
Breyer which is the number one name in horse toys, invites you and your family to discover the beautiful world of horses.
Pony Up! Is a fun, hands-on, family oriented festival that will feature some of the real local horses that inspired the Breyer models
Children will have the chance to get up close with the horses. They will get to meet the horse owners, take pony rides, visit a petting zoo, and participate in some fun craft activities that will include the Stablemates paint your own model horses and play tables. Other additional activities that will be available for children are jumping competitions with fun prizes, face painting, magicians, and a craft activity tent.
Not only will it be a fun event for children but there will also be activities that parents are sure to love. They include Hands- On Hobby booth where hobby experts will talk about collectability, model horse showing and customizing.There will also be some special guests which will include local Breyer portrait models Brookside Pink Magnum owned by the Desiderio Family and Tranquility Farm in Chester, N.J.
Pony Up! Festival is sure to make for a perfect family weekend so make sure to grab your ticket and go have some fun.
Saturday, June 18 --- 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
United States Equestrian Team Headquarters
1040 Pottersville Road
Gladstone, NJ 07934
(just off Route 206)
Admission is just $10 and includes all activities
Plus every child ticket holder age 17 and under will receive a free Breyer Classics® scale model horse to take home (a $20 value).
Advanced tickets to Pony Up! are strongly suggested and are on sale now at
Now for some fun news!
One lucky C'est La Vie Reader will win 2 tickets to the Pony Up! Festival.
Giveaway begins today and ends June 16th