World Dressage Masters Palm Beach Spectator Pricing

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WEST PALM BEACH, Florida, Nov. 23–Pricing as high as $7,500 for a VIP table of eight and a low for a general admission seat at $250 for three days has been set for the World Dressage Masters Palm Beach Jan. 26-28.

Prices for the three days of the event–Grand Prix, Grand Prix Special and Grand Prix Freestyle on Thursday, Jan. 26, Friday, Jan. 27 and Saturday, Jan. 28 are:

VIP table of 8 in 1st row (24 available) – $7,500, includes lunch. dinner, open bar for three days ;

VIP table of 8 in 2nd row (24 available) – $6,500, includes lunch, dinner, open bar for three days;

General admission (250 seats in the center) – $300, seating only for three days, and

General admission (500 seats on sides) – $250, seating only for three days.

Prices are not directly comparable with WDM in 2010. The top price for dinner at the Saturday Grand Prix Freestyle in 2010 was $500 per seat and there were a limited number of general admission seats for $80 each.

The CDI5* event, presented by International Polo Club Palm Beach, will be held at the Jim Brandon Equestrian Center in West Palm Beach, the same location as 2010.

Organizers have announced commitments of Totilas, ridden by Matthias Alexander Rath of Germany; Ravel, ridden by Steffen Peters of the U.S., Pop Art, ridden by Ashley Holzer of Canada; Salinero, ridden by Anky van Grunsven of The Netherlands; Favourit, ridden by Tinne Vilhelmsson Silfvén of Sweden and Valegro, ridden by Charlotte Dujardin of Great Britain.

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