THERE will be no such thing as reining it in at Tamworth's one-off performance of The Night of the Horse.
Directed by Dave Manchon, the man behind the popular Rooftop Express Show, has crafted a night of equine entertainment hosted by Network 7's Sammie O'Brien.
The show will fill AELEC with fireworks, world-first stunts, freestyle dressage, wagon wheels, horse play and comedy.
It's a great night of family fun that incorporates prizes, giveaways, a cowboy dance and the kiss cam, Mr Manchon said.
"Whether you're familiar with shows like this or this will be your first experience, we'll be pulling out all stops to give our Tamworth audience a night they won't forget," he said.
"We have access to some of the best horsemen and women in Australia here in Tamworth and we're really excited to have some of them as part of the show.
"We wanted to show off the variety and adrenaline of a fast-paced Wild West Show, while highlighting the importance of horsemanship, education and training as part of this performance. We'll be keeping our audience on the edge of their seats, that's for sure."
The show features almost 50 horses, a menagerie of bulls, brahmans, donkeys and dogs.
An all-star line up of trainers are on the bill including Tamworth's own Rob Leach, who won the 2018 Warwick Stallion Draft, and Grant Quigley the multiple aged event cutting champion.
Also in the ring are Brett Parbery the 12-time Australian Dressage Champion and World Equestrian Games rider, Warren Backhouse and Scotty Finlayson.
The 'Night of the Horse' is in Tamworth Saturday, October 5.
For more information or to buy tickets visit entertainmentvenues.com.au
The Northern Daily Leader has one Family Pass valued at $90 (2 adults + 2 children. Children under 4 free entry - to sit on parents lap) to give away to a lucky subscriber.
The winner will be notified on Monday.