Sunday exhibitions of the beautiful Arabian horse were started by W.K. Kellogg in 1926, and the W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Center is privileged to carry on this Southern California tradition. The purpose of the Sunday Shows has always been to promote interest in the Arabian breed and to educate the horse loving public to the versatility, beauty, and intelligence of these animals. Weather permitting, shows are held the first Sunday of each month during the school year, November through May, in a specially designed arena with covered stands. Cal Poly orange juice and other great snacks are available for purchase in the snack bar, and the gift shop will be open. The center is open after the show for visitors to tour.
The horses in the Sunday Shows are presented in many disciplines, such as Native Costume, under both English and Western tack, in Ladies Side Saddle, and as a drill team. English type horses are presented as Hunter Pleasure horses, Saddle Seat horses, and over fences. Western type horses are displayed both as Pleasure horses and as an intelligent and agile trail horse. A four-horse quadrille routine is performed by the Arabian Mounted Drill Team. A trick horse act is always a crowd favorite. During the spring months our newest additions are featured in a Mare and Foal Act. Training and handling are accomplished entirely by the W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Center's students and staff, and the show program is designed to demonstrate the versatility and fine qualities of the Arabian breed.
Weather permitting, the Sunday Show begins at 2:00. Shows are held in an outdoor arena, so rain any time the week before may affect scheduling. Please check this website or our Facebook page for updates. For the safety of the students and horses, pets (except service animals) are not allowed.
The 2018 - 2019 dates are October 7, November 4, December 2, February 3, March 3, April 7, and and May 5.
Adults ~ $4
Seniors & Children 6-17 ~ $3
Children 5 and under ~ Free
Cal Poly Pomona Students, Staff, & Faculty with ID ~ Free
Parking is $4 on Sundays