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Admission to Palm Beach International Equestrian Center For Friday & Saturday Dressage Day Events

WELLINGTON, Fla., Jan. 29--Admission will be free to the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center during day events only if spectators enter before 12 noon Friday and Saturday. Admission to the night events will be for ticket holders only.

The Exquis World Dressage Masters Grand Prix will be held during the day Friday and the Grand Prix Special will be held during the day Saturday.

The Anky van Grunsven clinic on Friday night and the Grand Prix Musical Freestyle on Saturday is for reserved seat holders or spectators who buy tickets at the gate.

Equestrian Sport Productions (ESP) issued a clarification of its news release dated Wednesday, Jan. 28 that announced the free admission policy. Some reserved seat holders and others who had not reserved seats questioned whether the entire event was free.

Friday 1 p.m. -- Grand Prix competition of invited riders in the International Arena. Free admission to PBIEC before 12 noon.

Friday 5 p.m. -- Anky van Grunsven, Steffen Peters and Edward Gal autograph signing in Tiki Hut beside International Arena.

Friday 7 p.m. -- Anky van Grunsven clinic in International Arena. Admission only by reservation or by purchasing tickets at the gate.

Back on Track product giveaways to spectators.

Friday post clinic -- Anky van Grunsven autograph signing at the Special Events Pavilion overlooking the International Arena. Live band, food and beverages available.

Saturday 3 p.m. - Grand Prix Special in International Arena. Free admission to PBIEC before 12 noon.

Saturday 5:30 p.m. - Autograph signing with Steffen Peters and winner of Grand Prix Special at Tiki Hut.

Saturday 6 p.m. - Festivities begin for Grand Prix Musical Freestyle in International Arena. Admission only by reservation or by purchasing tickets at the gate. Back on Track product giveaways to spectators.

6:30 p.m. Parade of Nations--Musical Freestyle riders paraded in convertibles around International Arena. Back on Track product giveaways, Brian O'Connor special demonstration, live band and more. First horse in arena 7 p.m.

Awards ceremony and special finale exhibition by Anky van Grunsven. Live band, food and beverages in Special Events pavilion.

Tickets for WDM are available online at http://www.equestriansport.com and clicking on Buy Tickets.

Ticket options are:

-International Club $750 for a table of six per night on Friday night or Saturday night, or $1,350 for both nights. Dinner and open bar included.

--International Club individual seats $125 per night on Friday night and Saturday night, or $225 for both nights. Dinner and open bar included.

-VIP boxes $50 for individual seats on Friday night and Saturday night, or $90 for both nights.

-Reserved General Admission is $20 per night, or $35 for two nights.

General admission tickets are available at the gate for $10 or $25 for assigned seating for each night.

For more information, call Annette Goyette at 561 793 5867.

The Wellington competition is the inaugural and only U.S. event in the WDM series. The other competitions are Salzburg Austria, (May 1-3), Munich, Germany, (May 21-24) and Hickstead, Great Britain (July 23-26).

PBIEC INFORMATION & TICKETS: http://equestriansport.com or 561/793-5867

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THE FACILITY: The Palm Beach International Equestrian Center is home to the Winter Equestrian Festival and the site of the first outdoor Nations Cup held in the United States. The competition areas include the 360' x 280' all-weather International Arena, the Bertalan DeNemethy Arena, Mogavero Ring and Grand Hunter Field in addition to several other competition rings. The competition and warm up rings have all-weather footing. Amenities include the International Club, refreshment and shopping areas.

DIRECTIONS: From the Florida Turnpike south, take Exit #93, Lake Worth Blvd., and travel west, crossing over US 441. Travel five miles to South Shore Blvd., turn right on South Shore and proceed one mile to Pierson Road, then turn left at the light. Spectator Entrance is first left, Equestrian Club Road.

From Interstate I-95, take Exit #49. Travel west on Forest Hills Blvd. 11 miles to South Shore Blvd. Turn left on South Shore and follow to Pierson Road. Turn right at the light on Pierson. Spectator Entrance is first left, Equestrian Club Road.

 

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