THE RIDGE AT WELLINGTON HORSE SHOW SERIES FAST FACTS
The Ridge at Wellington Turf Tour offers their popular 1.40m Invitational Grand Prix for its third year, with an open in gate format taking place once a week at beautiful venues throughout Wellington. The Ridge at Wellington Grand Prix Finale will take place March 27, 2015.
The Turf Tour also will host 1.30
m-1.35m Jumpers every Wednesday beginning January 7, 2015 and running until March 18, 2015.
Young Jumper Classes and both Children’s/Senior Jumper Classics will find their home intermittently throughout the Wellington Turf Tour, running concurrently with the 1.30-1.35m and 1.40m Jumpers.
The Ridge at Wellington offers Equitation Shows every Tuesday of the month from January 6 – March 23, 2015. There will also be a series of schooling shows at the Ridge at Wellington for all experience levels.
Two USHJA International Hunter Derbies will take place February 6, 2015 and March 20, 2015. Read more
The Ridge at Wellington Turf Tour Heads Back to The International Polo Club For Fourth Week of Competition
Wellington, FL – January 26, 2015 -The Ridge at Wellington’s Turf Tour is travelling back to the International Polo Club Palm Beach (IPC) for its fourth week of competition. This week’s events will take place on Wednesday, January 28 and Friday, January 30. The wide variety of classes, including Children/Adult, Masters, Junior/Amateur-Owner and Schooling Jumper classes in addition to the Grand Prix on Friday is sure to be popular with riders and horses of all levels of experience.
David Blake and Alex Granato Claim Top Prizes in 1.30-1.35m Jumpers on Opening Day of Wellington Turf Tour
Wellington, FL – January 7, 2014 – Beautiful weather, a gorgeous venue with a lovely set of courses and fabulous hospitality kicked off the first day of The Ridge at Wellington’s 2015 Turf Tour. Wolfstone Stables and Sales Inc host this week’s events. The two rings saw a total of 77 trips throughout the day, allowing for a relaxed but very professional atmosphere welcoming to both horse and rider. With open cards throughout the day, it was quite clear that riders and trainers alike appreciated the ability to come in as it suited them. This had a pleasant byproduct of a schooling ring that never seemed to be too busy but had a constant flow of horses.