Thursday is the first day of the Pennsylvania Horse World Expo at the Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg, bringing thousands of horse enthusiasts to the mid-state.
The event includes the nation's leading equestrian clinicians and entertainers, as well as many horse owners.
The Pennsylvania Horse World Expo welcomes national and international horse experts and trainers, along with hundreds of vendors, making it one of the biggest horse shows in the country.
One of the highlights of the show is a professionally choreographed and scripted show called Theatre Equus.
Tommie Turvey and his Mustang Blade came all the way from Florida to be a part of the show.
"Coordinated all with lights, music, they bring in a big lighting system," Turvey explained.
In the show, humans and horses partner to perform a show that is part circus, part Wild West, and part equestrian ballet.
"I teach how to make a connection with your horse,” Turvey told us. “So we teach a lot of mental training with your horse, and on top of that a lot of tricks too."
Tommie is a trainer who will be running seminars at the show.
"Sometimes I teach really stupid things for commercials or movies, like getting your horse to untie himself," chuckled Turvey.
Tommie was one of the trainers in this year's Super Bowl Budweiser Commercial and Blade has been in many movies and commercials.
"This is the best place to be, right here," concluded the Florida native.
The Horse Show runs through Sunday and admission is $12 for adults, $7 for kids 7-12. Admission is also cash only.