Event gates open at 11am, airshow starts promptly at 1pm. Expect lots of traffic! Arrive early and bring a lawn chair. Scheduled to appear: Returning favorite Stephen Covington in the "Raptor," Kate Kyer in her Pitts S-2B, Jeremy Holt in the "Pegasus," Leland Kracher in his Christen Eagle, a T-28 from The Trojan Phlyers & Racing Team, helicopters, skydivers and a flight line of many more airplanes!
Bring the whole family! Participate in the Easter egg hunt at noon, finger paint a Pegasus horse, and test your skills in the tennis ball toss and flour bombing contests for amazing aviation ride prizes! Get your face decorated by one of our talented face painters, and then get your photo taken with Pegasito, the winged donkey, and the Easter Bunny in Pegasito's kissing booth.
Our horse trainers and staff will be available to talk about our rescue program and horses available for adoption.
Fine dining out in the country. Our food trucks include: Lupita's, Kona Ice of Tyler, and William Herrera's BBQ.
Load up the car. Admission is $20 per vehicle. YOU WILL NEED CASH FOR PARKING! Bring a lawn chair and spend the afternoon exploring, eating and airplane watching!
No alcohol permitted. No coolers. ABSOLUTELY NO PETS ALLOWED. Bring a lawn chair, a sunny attitude and a wad of cash or your credit card to buy our oh-so-popular Pegasus merchandise, food & drinks and to participate in games and contests.
Our generous sponsors make this possible. Want your name or your company name associated with this fabulous event? Call Mike @ 903-707-5866 for details on how to become a sponsor of Wings Over Pegasus! Click HERE for more info.
Join us for the biggest Wings Over Pegasus ever!
The Pegasus Project, Inc. is a nonprofit organization, dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and placement of neglected, abandoned or abused horses in East Texas.
Pegasus is much more than a horse sanctuary. We work closely with other animal welfare organizations to respond to horse cruelty complaints and conduct investigations and seizures of neglected and abused horses with the assistance of local law enforcement. We then take these horses into our program and bring them back to health. We dedicate our resources to rehabilitate, as well as retrain rescued horses, using natural and traditional horsemanship techniques, so that they may be adopted by carefully-screened, loving, forever homes. Each horse we place frees up space and allows us to conserve our precious resources and continue helping those horses most in need. For a few special-needs horses, The Pegasus Project will remain their life-long home.