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Wellington: The World of Horses

Wellington: The World of Horses
Wellington: The World of Horses
Wellington: The World of Horses
Wellington: The World of Horses
Go behind the scenes and inside the rings at the world’s largest and longest competitive equestrian horse shows in Wellington, Florida. Spanning twelve weeks during the winter season, this coastal town in Florida plays host to award- winning riders from all fifty states, along with Olympic and national teams from countries near and far, who convene here to chart their horses over jumps, guide them in the distinguished ballet of dressage, or pit them against other champion polo teams. At this competition, known as the Winter Equestrian Festival, no matter where a rider comes from or how they land in the ring, one thing is certain: It takes a steadfast determination to beat the best in the world.
Go behind the scenes and inside the rings at the world’s largest and longest competitive equestrian horse shows in Wellington, Florida. Spanning twelve weeks during the winter season, this coastal town in Florida plays host to award- winning riders from all fifty states, along with Olympic and national teams from countries near and far, who convene here to chart their horses over jumps, guide them in the distinguished ballet of dressage, or pit them against other champion polo teams. At this competition, known as the Winter Equestrian Festival, no matter where a rider comes from or how they land in the ring, one thing is certain: It takes a steadfast determination to beat the best in the world.
$85