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get ready for the 3rd annual Manegait Country Fair in McKinney on Saturday, April 27, 2019 beginning at 11:00AM. Situated on 14 beautiful acres in Collin County, just north of Hwy 380 at 3160 N. Custer Road, Mckinney, TX 75071. It’s a taste of the open-air country just outside the hustle and bustle of the city, but uber close so you won’t be driving very far at all to get there. The fair is held on ManeGait Therapeutic Horsemanship’s property in northwest McKinney.

This retreat is modeled after the old-fashioned county fairs. ManeGait Country Fair features wholesome fun for the whole family with carnival games, contests & crafts, inflatables, bounce houses, a Nerf battlefield, pony rides, petting zoo, live entertainment, beer & wine garden, food & concessions, a picnic area and much more!

Proceeds fund ManeGait’s therapeutic riding programs serving children and adults with disabilities.

Admission to the fair $25 per carload (up to 8 guests) on the day of fair! Cash and credit are accepted once inside the Country Fair for any food or drink purchases. Advance online tickets are available for $20 (HERE). All games and entertainment included in price! As a result of ManeGait programs, riders have taken first steps, spoken first words, and achieved milestones once thought impossible. The great strides celebrated in the arena translate to a better quality of life for riders and their families. ManeGait is such a blessing for friends in our community with special needs and their families.

ManeGait provides weekly equine therapy to 150 adults and children with physical, emotional, cognitive, sensory and behavioral disabilities. PATH certified instructors lead the programs with the assistance of 275 volunteers (per week) and 25 skilled therapy horses.  Proceeds fund ManeGait’s therapeutic riding programs serving children and adults with disabilities.

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Cynthia is a part-time author, photographer and full-time mom who has lived in The Colony for 15 years. Originally from Oklahoma, Cynthia enjoys the arts, her two dogs and keeps plenty busy with two teens in the household.