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Dressage at Wellington International
Global Dressage Festival
Dressage at Wellington International and the Jim Brandon Equestrian Center in West Palm Beach. The Global Dressage Festival in Wellington offers top level competition during the peak show season of January thru March each year featuring CDI*2 - CDI*5 competition levels. Each weekend, free style dressage, a fan favorite set to music, is featured at Wellington's Friday Night Lights.
Wellington Classic Dressage
Wellington Classic Dressage In The Tropics I & II (Two 1-Day Shows) to be hosted at the Global Dressage Stadium Covered Arena at Wellington International at 13500 South Shore Blvd,, Wellington, FL 33414.
Wellington Classic Dressage holds dressage shows throughout the year at Jim Brandon Equestrian Center in West Palm Beach and the Wellington International dressage show facility in Wellington, Florida.
Wellington Classic Dressage works with the Gold Coast Dressage Association to offer a coordinated Dressage Show schedule throughout the year.
Wellington Dressage Show Schedule
GDF January, thru March, Each Winter
With 8 CDI shows, the Global Dressage Festival is the largest dressage circuit in the world with a concentration of CDI shows in Wellington International in Florida. Top echelon dressage riders travel from all over the world during the winter months to be able to ride in these amazing shows in the comfort of South Florida winter weather.
A fan favorite during the GDF is freestyle dressage which is set to music. Enjoy these videos of winning rides from the 2018 GDF.
The USDF describes freestyle dressage as follows:
"Freestyles are an increasingly important part of competitive dressage. They are mandatory for any Intermediate or Grand Prix rider who has his eye on championship competitions or for any Junior or Young Rider who wants to earn that valued spot on the Regional NAYC Team. But freestyle is not just for the elite of the sport, nor is it just to be competitive. There is room for fun at all levels. The addition of music can be an inspiration to the rider and audience alike, not to mention that it gives us a creative outlet and another way to explore the sport we love."