Camarillo, Calif. — West Palms Events is looking forward to kicking off our 2023 competition schedule across northern and southern California at five world-class venues.
“We’ve been working hard alongside our great venue partners to bring you horse shows with great footing, top judges and officials, and a welcoming and friendly environment for all competitors,” said West Palms Events CEO, Dale Harvey.
Competition starts with the all-new LA Spring Classic at Los Angeles Equestrian Center, March 29-April 2, and the Sacramento Spring Classics, March 30-April 2 and World Champion Hunter Rider Week, April 5-8. The historic Flintridge Horse Show gets underway at the Flintridge Riding Club April 27-30. We’re excited to announce the return of West Palms Events to the Del Mar Horsepark for the Del Mar Harvest Festival, November 15-19 (pending USEF approval).
West Palms Events is pleased to offer six weeks of competition at the Horse Park at Woodside, as well as two great competitions at both Huntington Central Park Equestrian Center (Huntington Beach Summer Classic pending USEF approval) and Los Angeles Equestrian Center.
“We’re excited to once again host the Longines FEI Jumping World Cup Sacramento™ at the Murieta Equestrian Center during the Sacramento International Horse Show, September 27 to October 8,” said Dale Harvey. “It’s a world-class event that attracts some of the top riders on the continent.”
West Palms Events competitions are geared towards exhibitors of all skill and experience levels, with classes from novice to FEI Grand Prix level.
Thank you to our venue partners:
- Murieta Equestrian Center
- Del Mar Horsepark
- Flintridge Riding Club
- The Horse Park at Woodside
- Huntington Central Park Equestrian Center
- Los Angeles Equestrian Center
Entries for each show will open on ShowGroundsLive.com and full prize lists and schedules will be posted on WestPalmsEvents.com.