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A Kentucky Derby party hosted by the Equine Adoption and Rescue Foundation and Caring Children Clothing Children will be held on Saturday, May 4 from 4:30 to 7:30 pm. This is the second year for the fundraiser, which promises participants a ton of fun.

Early bird tickets are $50 until April 30, and $60 thereafter.

The event will be held at ERAF’s Community Center at 6450 SW Martin Highway in Palm City. Activities will be held outside on the lawn and in the community building. There will also be opportunities to meet the horses and tour the barn.

During the pre-derby festivities, guests will enjoy hors d’oeuvres, mint juleps and other beverages while listening to musicians Chuck Callaway and Steve Satch, also known as Two Dad DooDad.


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The Jim Brandon Equestrian Center in Wellington is a 111-acre world class equestrian showplace. The center is built for local horse enthusiasts looking for a place to ride and learn. Equestrian groups are sure to enjoy this quality, competitive, and affordable venue.

Learning to ride horses is a great pastime for kids and adults alike. Not only is horseback riding great exercise, it also has a built-in community of people who you can bond with and, being outdoors, it's the perfect South Florida activity.

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Where: 7500 Forest Hill Blvd., West Palm Beach, FL 33413.

The Jim Brandon Equestrian Center hosts a number of Winter season events including Barrel Point Shows, Dressage Shows, Hunter Shows, and Jumper

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The new United States Polo Association Clubhouse was opened January 26 for the 2019 equestrian season with rave reviews. The clubhouse, located at 3667 120th Avenue South, Wellington is a unique experience for their clothing brands to be showcased. The designs are inspired by the sport of kings and the shop offers merchandise from the USPA's official licensed brands, U.S. Polo Association and Gauntlet of Polo.

Polo is considered amongst the oldest organized sports ever played. It was a sport played by royals and noblemen. In 1876 the sport emerged from England and introduced in the United States.  It didn’t take long for America to take a liking to the sport. Throughout the twentieth century, enthusiasm for the sport was rampant.  During the decades

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Riverbend Park, is a state-owned park located at 9060 Indiantown Road, Jupiter.  Just one mile west of Florida's Turnpike in west Jupiter on the south side of Indiantown Road. Palm Beach County offers opportunities for horse enthusiasts and riders of all levels. Riverbend Park offers quiet trails through the woods to competitive show facilities.

Southeast Florida is known for sunny beaches not known as horse country. The diversity of palm Beach County allows you to take a step back in time when the only mode of transportation was to saddle up. Most visitors to the Sunshine State keep themselves so busy sunning and swimming that they never dream that riding trails are only a hoof-beat away.

The long-distance trails at Riverbend Park connect

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The Palm Beach International Equestrian Center is anticipating 12 straight weeks of top equestrian competition beginning in January 2019. A competition sanctioned by the Fédération Equestre International (FEI), the highest level of jumping competitions in the sport, the Winter Equestrian Festival will run from January 9th through March 31st alongside top-rated hunter and equitation competition for many of the best riders in the world.

The Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF) also brings a local favorite to Wellington and Palm Beach County residents with Saturday Night Lights evenings, which are free and open to the public. A family-friendly event, activities include face painting, entertainment, carousel rides, and the highlight competition of the week-

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The Equine Rescue and Adoption Foundation (ERAF) invites you to join the 3rd Annual Country Festival presented by Infiniti Stuart.

The festival will feature fun for the whole family including pony rides, barn tours, trick-or-treating, live music by the Samantha Russel Band, a dance demonstration by the Cactus Moon Dance Club, and food made by the Martin County Sherriff’s Office Grill Team. Food is courtesy of Corner Café Tequesta, and beer is provided by Hop Life Brewing Company.

Entry is $3 a person, and all proceeds benefit the rescue horses of Equine Rescue & Adoption Foundation.

The festival will take place on Sunday, October 21st 12-4pm at 6400 SW Martin Hwy in Palm City, Florida.

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