World's Top Talent Teach at 2018 West Coast Dressage Festival
Friday, December 1, 2017
Del Mar, California—Some of the horse world’s best minds and most talented riders will share their knowledge and insights with spectators and competitors at the 2018 Adequan® West Coast Dressage Festival during the crowd-pleasing Masterclasses to be held on Festival Saturday evenings prior to the much anticipated FEI-level freestyles.
Masterclasses taught by the US, German and British Dressage and Eventing Equestrian Team Members, and a world famous horseman are:
AWCDF I, Temecula, Galway Downs, Jan.3-6 – Masterclass Jan. 6 with Boyd Martin, Monty Roberts
AWCDF II, Del Mar, Del Mar Fairgrounds, Jan. 17-20 – Masterclass Jan. 20 with Laura Graves
AWCDF III, Del Mar, Del Mar Fairgrounds, Feb. 1-4 - Masterclass Feb. 3with Helen Langehanenberg
AWCDF IV, Del Mar, Del Mar Fairgrounds, Feb. 14-17 – Masterclass Feb. 17 with Charlotte Dujardin
Ticket range for Masterclasses and Freestyles are:
Single night general admission bleacher seating for $39.95
Single-night VIP Luxury Box for the Saturday Night Gala events for $950/box of 6 (Saturday night only)
Single-show, Full VIP Box access, which includes a dedicated Luxury Box for the entire show, including daily delicious breakfasts, hot lunch buffets, access to the VIP Viewing Lounge for the entire show, VIP Concierge services and a dedicated Luxury Box for the Saturday Night VIP Gala Dinner for $2750/box of 6 Multi-show or Season VIP Box, which include dedicated luxury box for 6 for the show, breakfast, lunch, access to the VIP Viewing Lounge for the entire show(s), and a luxury box for 6 for the Saturday Night VIP Gala Dinner. Prices range from $5200 for two shows to $10,400 for all four shows.
A full view of the Adequan® West Coast Dressage Festival (AWCDF) show circuit which runs from January 3 through February 17 is described on the website www.westcoastdressagefestival.com.
Held at Galway Downs in Temecula, CA., and the Del Mar Fairgrounds, Del Mar, CA., the four shows of the AWCDF are ranked by the Federation Equestre Internationale (FEI) as the following: CDI-W, CDI3*,CDI1*, CDIJ, CDIY, CDIU25, CDICh, CDIAm, and CDIYH. The national shows are recognized by U.S. Equestrian Federation, U.S. Dressage Federation, the California Dressage Society and the Oregon Dressage Society.
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