Thousands of visitors took advantage of the Good Friday holiday to visit the fair. “The crowds keep getting stronger as the week goes on and competition was very tight in the RBC Challenge.” said Ron Kristjansson, General Manager of the Provincial Exhibition. “The Birds of Prey continue to be a crowd favourite and the President’s Choice SuperDogs and petting zoo are a hit with all ages.”
Lorrie Jaimeson and Elle Carrera owned by Klondike Victory Farm of Lacombe County took home top prize in the RBC Challenge and Pickering Farms from Prince George took home the Tim Horton’s Six Horse Championship A. Visit our website for all the daily cattle show and horse show results.
Saturday, March 31 is the last day of the fair. The Royal Farmyard and lower level Tradeshow are open 10 AM – 7 PM. The final show jumping event of the week, the Bell MTS Grand Prix offers $25,000 in prize money and the coveted KT McPherson Award will be given out to the top horse/rider combo for the week.
Clubbing Fraggles will play the Barn Bar, show starting at 9 PM. Free gate admission after 8 PM. Fair open until 2 AM.
The Royal Manitoba Winter Fair ends Saturday at the Keystone Centre in Brandon, Manitoba; learn more about the Royal Manitoba Winter Fair and get daily schedules at royalmanitobawinterfair.com. Follow the Provincial Exhibition on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for instant updates. #RMWF