COLUMBUS (WCMH) — Each October the All American Quarter Horse Congress takes over the Ohio Expo Center.
Hundreds of thousands of visitors descend on the fairgrounds for the event which is the largest single breed horse show in the world.
On average 7,500 horses are entered in 24,000 events during the three week show.
And the show means big business for the city of Columbus. About $382 million is generated by the congress.
And even though horses are the main event there is a lot more to do, including shopping, concerts and a stop for the PBR tour.
This year members of the NBC4 today team stopped by to check it out.
Entry is $25 per car, $15 on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.
For more information visit Quarterhorsecongress.com/general-information