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Wellington Horse Shows

The Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF) season  starts Jan 11 and runs through April 2, 2017.

Get ready for Saturday night lights and all the good food and excitement that goes with it.

For tips on watching high level dressage and show jumping check out Florida Horse Show Spectator.

Equestrian Communities

Serving the South Florida equestrian communities of Wellington, Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Boynton Beach, Green Acres, Loxahatchee, the Acreage, Royal Palm Beach, and Palm Beach Gardens.

Wellington Horse Services

Directories of Wellington horse services including veterinarians, farriers, seasonal stables, tack shops and feed stores.

Horse Show News

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Mar 23, 2017
Woah Shamrock! Retired race horse bolts and unseats rider
Nick Bull

Mar 15, 2017
Tuesday Video: Who IS That Handsome Horse??
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Horses have a variety of reactions when they see a mirror for the first time, some are intrigued, others are frightened and others might get aggressive. This horse can't seem to believe his good luck in finding a friend who does everything he does, and the resulting drama of their meeting is pretty adorable.

You can almost see the cogs turning in this fellow's head: "When I step back, HE steps back! When I go over here he disappears!"

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Mar 10, 2017
Safety Tips for Horse-Showing Success
From The American Quarter Horse Journal
Picture an average horse show: spectators in bleachers and folding chairs, babies in strollers, tractors, rakes, shovels, tack and other equipment in aisles. Now add a panicked, loose horse.

Looks pretty dangerous inside your head, doesn't it?

At a horse show, exhibitors and show management must work together to make sure stabling areas are safe for everyone, events coordinator Nancy Easton says.

"Safety is an easy thing to take care of," she says, "if people stay aware and are considerate of everything that's going on around them."

At a horse show, she says, "the horse and exhibitor have a very tight bubble around them. Any noise or movement pushes into their bubble and causes them to react." More info...

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