What does WEF stand for in equestrian?

You get the Winter Equestrian Festival. Billed as the world’s largest and longest horse show, the Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF) consists of several horse competitions, including show jumpers, hunters and equitation, and runs for a period of 12 weeks (January through March).

How much does WEF horse show cost?

Show+ is technically an optional coverage, but at WEF 2020, you’re automatically “opting in,” for $75 per horse, per week, unless you tell the horse show office otherwise.

How much does a world class jumping horse cost?

If you’re talking about a horse that’s ready to compete at the Olympics, you’re looking at a minimum of $100,000, possibly as high as $150,000. Most Olympic-level horses are purchased when they’re young and cost somewhere around $10,000 to $15,000.

How much does it cost to show in Wellington?

The WEF itself takes place for twelve weeks: from January 8 until March 29. If you want a permanent stable during this period, you pay $ 3,750 per stable for the entire period (around 3,360 euros). If you only come for a week, you even pay $ 450 per stable.

What do you wear to a horse trial?

Wearing layers is the best way to stay stylish and warm, whatever the weather. Start your outfit with a casual shirt, then a layer of knitwear, finishing off with a tweed blazer and a waterproof.

What do you wear to a hunter jumper show?

Riders are required to wear conservatively colored coats (black, blue, green, grey or brown) which are free from adornment which in the judge’s opinion is overly distracting. Shirts must have a choker, similar collar or tie. Breeches may be buff, canary, tan, rust or white.


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