Articles: Press Release
More Than 13 Countries to Compete at The 2003 Winter Equestrian
Mason Phelps, Jr. or Beverly Lake Wilkes at (561) 753-3389
Wellington, Florida ? January 8, 2003 -- With over $3
million in prize money at stake, The 2003 Winter Equestrian
attracted horses and riders from more than 13 countries.
Wednesday, January 22, 2003 at The Palm Beach Polo Equestrian
Wellington, over 4,000 horses and over 6,000 riders, trainers,
and grooms will gear up for the seven-week Wellington
As the premier horse show venue in the United States, The
Winter Equestrian Festival, now in its 31st year, is regarded by
equestrians around the world as the place to horse show from
through March of each year. In addition to the United States,
best horses and riders from countries such as Canada, Venezuela,
Argentina, France, Saudi Arabia, Australia, Germany, Ireland,
Zealand, Russia, Belgium and Denmark will be in Wellington
This will include teams showing in the equestrian disciplines of
hunters, jumpers and dressage.
The international diversity of the competitors will add a
special dimension to the Festival. Spectators can expect to see
different types of horses and a variety of riding styles.
For more information, please contact Mason Phelps, Jr. or
Beverly Lake Wilkes at (561) 753-3389.