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Known as the winter horse capital of the world, Wellington, Florida is home of the Winter Equestrian Festival. Also known as “WEF”, this prestigious showjumping circuit kicks off in the beginning of January and runs through the end of March (January 9-March 31, 2019). It’s truly the premier destination for both junior riders to Olympic level world class equestrian showjumping competitors to meet and compete at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center for the winter. The official Prize List is now available online at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center website and for pick up at the show office. The Winter Equestrian Festival, also known as “WEF”, is open to the public and offers free general admission throughout the season to all events, including the Grand Prix “Saturday Night Lights” featuring international prestigious showjumping under the lights in the traditional International Ring beginning at 7:00 p.m. each Saturday of the show circuit. Gates open at 6:00 p.m. for friends, family, and fans and other activities include shopping unique boutiques, carousel rides, face painting, family entertainment, eclectic food, and more. The schedule of weeks include the following: WEF 1 Jan 9-13 Wellington Regional Medical Center Premier “AA”  WEF 2  NetJets CSI [...]
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It’s mid December, and the season is here in Wellington, Florida. As the holidays approach and everyone scrambles to the closest stores to find the perfect gift whether it’s a new digital camera, the latest handbag, or sparkling jewelry, the riders in Wellington, Florida prepare for an exciting Winter Equestrian Festival ahead. My schedule starts at about 7:00 AM every day, and I spend about t 3-4 hours of my day riding each morning with my trainer Jennifer Bieling, who I’ve been riding with since I was about nine years old. I’m thirty two, now…Yikes, I feel old. Over twenty years I have stuck with this incredible sport, and as many of you equestrians know, this is the one thing that truly makes my life whole. Myself, Ashley Cline (age 13), and “Blue Snow Queen” in the medium green pony hunters at the Winter Equestrian Festival in 1999. Throughout my entire riding life, I have always been the tried and true hunter rider. Ever since I was a little girl showing in small pony hunters, I was all about riding the “fancy” ones. I wanted the hack and model winners… the jumps came pretty easy for me, so making the [...]
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Christmas is fast approaching, which means the leading horses in national hunt training will be making there appearances, in order to push their credentials forward for the Cheltenham festival in march. Altior returned to the track and put in another stunning display to further cement himself as the leading horse in training. If he stays fit then he will be the banker for many over the week and punters will be using the latest offer at twi-promo-code.com, to support him. Here we cover three horses to watch out for over the Christmas period. Footpad The leading novice chaser of last season in Arkle winner Footpad. He put in a very underwhelming display on his reappearance, so all eyes will be on him for this second start of the season. He was being muted as a worthy challenger to the previously mentioned Altior this season, so will need to put in an impressive display. He can supported at around 5/1 for the Champion Chase at the festival. Apples Jade The great mare has returned this season in the form of her life. Firstly with an 11 length success in a grade two, followed by her breath taking 20 length success in [...]
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Decorating for the Holiday season is one of those “must do’s” nowadays. Whether you’re willing to go all out, or keep it simple, we’ve got some great tips to help you decorate your table for an equestrian style Christmas season. We love incorporating vintage pieces of meaning, collector edition Holiday Style Breyer horses, silver equestrian accessories by Arthur Court, and more. First, start with a nice holiday inspired neutral table runner. This one is ivory and gold with a sparkle gold trim. Sticking with metallics is a great choice during holiday time. Start with the center: I love starting from the center and then building from there. We took this horse bit cheese platter by Arthur Court and the horse bit 3 nut bowl and stacked them. Stacking is a great way to create different levels and interest to a table. Now, just because an item is called a “nut bowl” doesn’t necessarily mean it has to house nuts. In this case, we chose special treats like peppermint sticks, individual wrapped chocolate pieces and individual wrapped chocolate dunked Oreos (Santa’s Favorite) 2. Add your candlesticks: Lighting is important, not only is overhead lighting important, but interest lighting like candles or [...]
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