Bromont, Quebec - For its 36th edition, the International Bromont is organizing a number of activities for riders and the equestrian community. New this year, International Bromont will offer a clinic presented by world-renowned course designer Leopoldo Palacios, while he is attending the International Bromont.
Mr. Palacios, will design the courses for FEI classes the first week of competition and is staying in Bromont to run the clinic on July 27, 28 and 29 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Spaces are limited and registration will end on July 15, 2011.
For this 36th edition, the International Bromont is planning many activities certain to please everyone. The family area will include the always-popular petting zoo as well as the new Equus Pocus tent - the perfect place to discover the world of horses!
A premiere this year at International Bromont, you will be able to sample the flavors of Quebec at our Country Market: a delicious way to discover agricultural producers from 'la Belle Province'.
This year again, International Bromont will welcome the Just World organization and the committee invites you all to participate in their fun and exciting Horseless Horseshow and Speed Derby fundraising events.
With its revised program and novel activities, the International Bromont raises the bar for 2011.
International Bromont, a leader in hunter and jumper events, offers two weeks of competitions from July 20th to 24th and July 27th to 31st 2011 and, as for the last 36 years, this event will take place in the Eastern Townships region of Quebec, a short distance from the Vermont border. It is the biggest horseshow in Eastern Canada with a total prize money of over $400 000 and one of five major Canadian events on the World Cup circuit.
For more information or to download the preliminary program, visit our website at: www.internationalbromont.org.
Photo: Leopoldo Palacios - International Bromont 2010. Photo Credit: Proaction Photo.