Wellington, Florida – January 04, 2022 – Start off your 2022 horse show season in style this week on the 2022 Turf Tour! Hosted by The Ridge Farm, the Turf Tour features hunter, jumper, and equitation events at spectacular equestrian venues around Wellington. Jump on idyllic grass fields dotted with brilliant jumps and in an atmosphere designed for horse and rider. Held each Wednesday – Friday through April, every Turf Tour features a weekly Grand Prix, generous prize money, complimentary hospitality, and classes for every level. Discover this hidden gem horse show starting January 5-7 at The Ridge at Wellington (1445 14415 Palm Beach Point Boulevard)! Prizelists available at www.RidgeShowJumping.com or enter online at www.HorseShowing.com
The Ridge will also host three Hunter Derby events and weekly USEF Equitation Tuesdays, where hunter and equitation riders can take advantage of all the Turf Tour has to offer.
To learn more about the Turf Tour and for up-to-the-minute information follow The Ridge on Facebook (@TheRidgeatWellington) and Instagram (@ridgeshowjumping)
For full schedules and prizelists, visit www.RidgeShowJumping.com
To enter online and for full results, visit www.HorseShowing.com.
About the 2022 Wellington Turf Tour, USEF Equitation Tuesdays, Hunter Derbies, and The Ridge Schooling Shows
The 2022 Wellington Turf Tour features 12-weeks of jumper competition at all heights and prize money classes including weekly $15,000 1.40M Grand Prix, $5,000 1.30M Rising Star Classics, and $3,000 1.30M Speed Stake, all held at beautiful venues in Wellington.
USEF Equitation Tuesday runs each Tuesday afternoon at The Ridge’s home farm (14415 Palm Beach Point Blvd) featuring pony equitation, adult equitation, junior equitation, Medal Maclay, and unrecognized hunter divisions.
The Turf Tour and its hunter/jumper/equitation events are a unique addition to Wellington’s winter circuit, offering riders top-tier competition, generous prize money, and an unparalleled atmosphere. Young horses and advancing riders are able to test their mettle in classes ranging from junior and amateur jumpers to the Grand Prix, and at a variety of venues reminiscent of the large European tours. Organized by US Olympic show jumper Nona Garson and George D’Ambrosio, the vision that inspired the tour’s conception was to stage competitions on turf and natural surfaces away from the intensity of other show grounds.
Source: Press Release by Holly for Equinium Sports Marketin
Photos: © Equinium