The Interior Provincial Exhibition (IPE) & Stampede is an exciting 5-day agricultural fair with a massive impact on the region. With 18 different exhibition divisions including both large and small animals including light horse and heavy horses. Ours is the 2nd largest fair in the province next to the PNE in Vancouver and is a regional event like no other. There are 3 arenas with over 300 classes in light horse, mini horses and heavy horses. We feature both Western and English, as well as the extreme Cowboy Challenge. OUr event includes a multitude of displays and demonstrations, including an Asian market, lumberjack show, blacksmith & farrier shows, mini chuck wagons, educational activities, midway and other interactive family entertainment. We also included a five-day professional rodeo and are proud to be part of the CPRA finals. Community members and fair attendees are educated, enlightened and enriched by their IPE experiences, taking away a greater understanding of agriculture in the Armstrong Spallumcheen area alongside a deeper appreciation of the local talent.
Kamloops Large Animal Veterinary Clinic
Kamloops Large Animal Veterinary Clinic is a well established veterinary hospital that provides in-hospital and ambulatory medical care to a wide range of livestock. Once located on the outskirts of Kamloops, the hospital is now encompassed by much of the city. The practice currently has 6 veterinarians. These professionals and staff offer a wide range of services for bovine, equine adn small ruminants. Services provided included general, surgical and urgent care for Kamloops and surrounding areas.
Tracy Gray Horse-Play
PLAY-ing our way well !! Equine facilitated learning and mounted play and healing. engaging bodies, minds and souls.
Wild Valley Horse Ranch
Animal Lifeline Emergency Reponse Team (ALERT)
ALERT is an emergency animal response tam deploying through the local authorities in the South and Central Okanagan since 1994. Wit a regional animal intake facility in Osoyoos at Desert Park Equine Facility and satellite facilities within the area, ALERT will shelter animals during disasters/emergencies. Other functions include help with Emergency Planning for hobby farms, reunification of animals and evacuation, maintenance, mortality and trapping during a Response. All at not cost. ALERT supports ESS community teams and EOCs and is a 100% volunteer registered charity. The Operations group meets monthly (in-person/zoom) and provides on-going training for volunteer members.