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Every year, during the month of November, Rexall Place in Edmonton, Alberta trades in the ice, pucks and hockey players for dirt, horses and cowboys as they play host to the Canadian Finals Rodeo. Along with buckin' broncos and cowpokes rodeo attendees will also find over 250 booths - featuring leather goods, saddles, home decor and things of the like - partaking in Farmfair International.

Pictured: The lucky winner, Karen Subasic and her daughter Hanna  have put the beautiful pink horse panels to great use!​

Amongst the lines of exhibitors for the 2012 event was one ran by Hi-Hog Farm and Ranch Equipment Ltd. Hi-Hog is a livestock equipment dealer throughout North America specializing horse stabling and cattle handling equipment. The organization also shares in the Canadian  Breast Cancer Foundation’s vision of creating a future without breast cancer. Visitors to the Hi-Hog booth were encouraged to make a donation in support of breast cancer research, education and awareness programs, as well as enter into a draw for three pink horse panels. The week-long campaign raised approximately $1,970 for the Foundation and saw dozens of entries for the horse panels.

Thanks to Hi-Hog Farm and Ranch Equipment Ltd., the Subasics and all the 2012 Farmfair International attendees for supporting the Foundation and our vision!

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