Our Mission

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The Horseshoe Market is dedicated to providing exceptional handmade and vintage vendors a unique showcase for their goods and offers customers a chance to take home some of Denver and Colorado’s best, Lucky Finds™! Named “Denver’s Best Flea Market” Westword for four years.

The Heart of the Horseshoe

The Horseshoe Market seeks to cultivate a vital community of local artists, designers, handmakers, collectors and entrepreneurs. By offering our vendors a supportive environment to sell their goods, the markets have become a venue where small businesses grow and the community has the opportunity to engage with the maker while also supporting our local economy. We are proud to have also become a place for sharing creative and small business resources.

Introducing the Jefferson Park Farm & Flea!

In 2015, we launched a new farmers market series in the Jefferson Park area of NW Denver. Voted 2016 “Best Farmers Market” by Westword Denver, the Jefferson Park & Flea is an urban marketplace dedicated to bringing the community the best food, handmade items, vintage finds, quality produce and urban homesteading goods and information. We’d love to see you there!

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Meet the Horseshoe Team

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Amy Yetman

Founder & Director

Amy dreamed up the Horseshoe in 2010 out of her own passion for art, handmade and vintage and her constant search for ‘lucky finds.’ Amy is committed to making the Horseshoe the best handmade and vintage market in the West. She’s always seeking to grow the vision that she originally set out with the Horseshoe and has a passion for finding the hidden creative gems in the community and bringing emerging vendors into the markets.

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Doug Yetman

Co-Founder & Operations Director

Originally from Lawrence, Kansas, Doug is also a busy Realtor® with LIVE Urban Real Estate. He has had a diverse career, including as an entrepreneur, professional communicator and has helped create and direct large events including the volunteer and intern programs for the 2008 Democratic National Convention in Denver. Doug is dedicated to ensuring that all guests, vendors and sponsors have a fun, smooth and safe Horseshoe experience

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Kara Lundquist

Assistant Director

Kara has been with the Horseshoe since the beginning as a volunteer and growing into her current role where she helps to oversee marketing and keeps up with the Horseshoe’s social media outlets making sure we get the word out to the masses.  What drew Kara to the Horseshoe all those years ago was their mission to enhance Colorado and Denver’s creative economy.


Julie Ciezadlo

Social Media and Marketing

Julie is a CO native with a love of travel, big stacks of books, and great food. She first came to Horseshoe as a vendor and the owner of Tuffy Kickshaw’s Sweetly Covered Corn. Since giving up her business to pursue a career in marketing, she has been working with Doug and Amy on telling the Horseshoe story on social media and the website. Be sure to say “hi” if you see her chatting with vendors and customers on market day!
Horseshoe obsession: East Coast Joe’s Pork Belly BLT sandwich.


Gina Olberding

Vendor Relations and Event Coordination

Gina began as a Horseshoe volunteer in 2013 after reconnecting with her high school friend, Amy. She currently helps behind the scenes and and can be found roaming around the market selling Horseshoe tee shirts and mugs. Gina loves Hey PB&J’s Figgy Piggy sandwich and is a big fan of arubymoon’s inspirational flags. She is pictured here with her dog Marley.

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Kelly Miller

Event Coordinator

Kelly started at the Horseshoe Market as an Events Intern and has since grown into her role as an Event Coordinator for the Horseshoe Markets. Kelly can be found managing the market décor through her rentals and event planning business Urban Annie’s, and helping out at the info booth on market day. Kelly loves checking out all of the jewelry vendors and digging through records at Nomad Vinyl.