View Full Version : Dressage Under The Stars

Jan. 25, 2011, 12:50 AM
Each Wednesday during the winter equestrian Season in Palm Beach the elegance of dressage is showcased under the magic of starlight. In only its third season, DRESSAGE UNDER THE STARS has become one of The Winter Equestrian calendar’s most anticipated events. Five horse and rider combinations perform weekly for cash prizes and the opportunity to return to the eight week Champion round where the winner takes away a grand prize consisting of lavish gifts and a very large check. This event consistently attracts the BEST international caliber riders in south Florida.

This year we’ve really raised the bar. Each week (beginning February 2nd), we’ll give prizes that will include, cash, champagne, a one day rental of a brand new Lamborghini, VIP passes to the event, access to the VIP sponsor tent, and numerous other gifts, including a new saddle. The prizes that will be given throughout the series are too numerous to list. We’ll be formally announcing the title sponsor this week!

Meanwhile, we have secured a few select ‘A‘ list celebrity guest judges to help create excitement outside of our local equestrian community. We’ve been working with numerous talent agencies across the country and have secured singers, song-writers, actors, and TV personalities to help judge throughout our eight week series. We’ve of course included a number of knowledgeable recognized judges to assist in scoring the technical portion of the test.* *

The World famous Players Club Bar & Grille is the premiere venue for International caliber competition where riders allow their equine partners to shine under the stars.*The high energy and hugely popular “musical freestyles” shall take place patio-side where an audience of over 400 sips cocktails and dine both ring side and second story patio view. Admittance is free and we encourage everyone to come out and enjoy the show!

We are inviting rides to compete in our competition by invitation only. Each competition will showcase 5 horse and rider combinations.

Our aim is to aid riders, through this unique venue, to gain national level exposure, through press and live audiences.

Jan. 25, 2011, 11:11 AM
Ummm, isn't this an ad??

Kingland Farm
Jan. 25, 2011, 09:13 PM
Considering this is a non-profit event that promotes the fun and sportsmanship of dressage, I don't think this is an ad. :confused: It is a great time and I hope people will continue to enjoy the event!