Global Dressage Festival Show Grounds’ Pieces Coming Together
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With construction of the Global Dressage Festival show grounds in full swing, a steady stream of trucks deliver components vital to maintaining the schedule for completion of the first stage of the multimillion dollar complex by the end of January as shown in photos by Ken Braddick/dressage-news.com.
Organizers have made it clear they intend to create world class show grounds in time for the first GDF circuit that is part of the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center that hosts the world’s largest and longest-running jumper/hunter competition.
The facility dedicated to dressage is scheduled to host five CDIs and everal weeks of national competitions beginning at the end of January and culminating in the first non-championship Nations Cup in the Western Hemisphere and a parade of inaugural circuit champions.
Dressage-news.com will provide regular updates on progress of the facility, among the largest investments in a facility dedicated solely to dressage anywhere in the world.