White Fences Dressage Competitions Welcomes Back Competitors To Fun in The Sun 2013

Adam Pollack and his Mom, the late Ingred Pollack in 2006 carries on the tradition of fun and relaxed Dressage competiton in the midst of the high profile South Florida circuit at the White Fences Equestrian Center.
Adam Pollack and his Mom, the late Ingred Pollack in 2006 carries on the tradition of fun and relaxed Dressage competiton in the midst of the high profile South Florida circuit at the White Fences Equestrian Center.

Adam Pollak says, “Fun is a big factor at our dressage shows. One of the most popular events at the White Fences Equestrian Center in Loxahatchee, Florida, is the Super Bowl party. It’s a sellout.” The legacy of Ingred Lin continues through her son, Adam Pollak, aged 26 and who had gone to college for mechanical engineering. He has grown the lineup to a series of four Welcome Back to White Fences shows, and the fun Super Bowl Schooling Show competition, scheduled January through April. With no haul in or hack fee and free food for all competitors the tradition, which was started by Ingred Lin.  Adam took over the reins of his mother’s long time established business applying his technical skills to managing and maintaining what Ingred established, meeting a need in the community for friendly cost effective quality recognized shows which cater to amateurs and professionals alike.

As the oldest dressage show grounds in South Florida, the beautiful White Fences Florida Equestrian Center shines bright in Loxahatchee, birthplace of the Palm Beach Dressage Derby and location for a family friendly and a low cost option for competitors.
With three top of the line footing competition arenas surfaces and a warm-up arena end covered by full-length mirrors, the facility is a paradise for dressage competitors to improve their scores and progress in confidence. 

Adam said, “It’s calm here. People don’t feel the pressure. They feel comfortable, especially if they are adult amateur students or have young horses. We like being friendly.”
A 20-minute drive from Wellington, the center of horse sports in South Florida in winter, the shows at White fences are a big plus–a world away in atmosphere of lots of trees, grass, a friendly atmosphere.

Visit whitefencesflorida.com for more information on the show season.

2013 Winter Season Schedule:

  • February 3, 2013 – White Fences Super Bowl Schooling Show
  • February 22-24, 2013 – Welcome Back White Fences
    USEF/USDF National Show, NAJYRC, Young Horse, Brentina Qualifying, Regional Qualifying Competition
  • March 22-24, 2013 – Welcome Back white Fences II and III
    USEF/USDF National Show, NAJYRC, Young Horse, Brentina Qualifying, Regional Qualifying Competition
  • April 6-7, 2013 – Welcome Back White Fences IV
    USEF/USDF National Show, NAJYRC, Young Horse, Brentina Qualifying, Regional Qualifying Competition.



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