Wellington, Fl. - On February 12th the Equestrian Aid Foundation will present, “Althea”, an evening of enchantment as humans and horses journey together to experience the magical powers of hope and healing.
This once-in-a-lifetime theatrical experience features former Cavalia artists Sylvia Zerbini, S. Caleb Carinci Asch, Kansas Carradine and their breathtaking horses. This performance has been created exclusively for the Equestrian Aid Foundation to benefit catastrophically injured and ill equestrians from all corners of the horse world and delivers an interactive and immersive theatrical experience to entertain our audience.
“Please join us as the Stadium’s International arena is transformed into a mystical realm where Greek Gods and Goddesses – and their spectacular equine partners – help hearts to soar,” said Equestrian Aid Board President, Stephanie Riggio Bulger. “This unique event offers something that has never been seen in Wellington and provides a wonderful opportunity to support the equestrians who are so vital to our community.”
“Althea” comes to life from 6:30 – 11 p.m. in the Stadium at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center located at 13500 Southshore Blvd., Wellington, Florida. The evening includes VIP cocktails and dinner as well as General Admission seating for the performance. Highlights of the event’s auction include a vintage Mercedes, a month of training with a Rio Olympic team member, a yacht cruise and more.
Tickets go on sale in January, and seating for the event is limited. For more information, visit EquestrianAidFoundation.org.
About The Equestrian Aid Foundation:
The Equestrian Aid Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization that has raised over $2.6 million in its nearly twenty year history to assist individuals from all riding disciplines, equine professions, backgrounds and ages who are coping with serious injury or illness. For more information about the Equestrian Aid Foundation, please visit: Our Website or follow us on Facebook. You can make a difference in the lives of horse people in need.