Entries Close Today for the Winter Central California Horse Show Series in Paso Robles

The Santa Barbara Surfside and Sunshine Classics at the Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club’s entries have closed, but today marks the close of entries for the 

Central California Welcome and Zinfandel Classics at the Paso Robles Horse Park. The ever popular Central California Horse Show Series at the Paso Robles Horse Park expands to six exciting weeks of competition this year.
 
The six weeks of exciting competition, special events and more set within the picture-perfect rolling hills, vineyards and wineries of Paso Robles, California. Key special classes at the Central California Horse Show Series include being chosen to host World Champion Hunter Rider (WCHR) during the and the Young Jumper Championship, both at the Central California Classic, May 31-June 4!
 
Other special classes and events include the USHJA National and InternationalHunter Derbies, the GGT-Footing Grand Prix Series, multiple wine tastings, VIP Dinners, exhibitor and trainer parties and a Season Finale Party at CaliPaso Winery! These are events you will not want to miss at the Paso Robles Horse Park!
 
Central California Welcome and Zinfandel Classics:
March 8-19
 
Due to the popularity of the area, especially in the Winter months, we highly recommend booking accommodations early! Find all our hotel partners here. There are also a limited number of permanent stalls at both facilities for the events that will sell quickly, so we encourage you to send in entries as soon as you can.
 
 
Please keep in mind, the rings have been updated at the Paso Robles Horse Park. The Hunters will all now compete on the Fairway Field on the grass. The Grand Prix arena will transition from the Fairway Field to the newly updated “LD Hayes Grand Prix Arena,” which was previously the secondary jumper ring. It will expand in size with the same incredible GGT-Footing, to a vast 190′ X 260′ arena with a brand new berm and amenities. The secondary jumper arena will move just down the path to the Oak Grove Arena, which was the secondary hunter arena.
 
Don’t miss the serenity of the Paso Robles Horse Park this year
Photo by Alden Corrigan
 
Stay up to date on all our exciting events and the 2017 show season by visiting our website and following us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter!
 
Danielle Ballard for West Palms Events
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Entries Close Today for the Winter Central California Horse Show Series in Paso Robles

The Santa Barbara Surfside and Sunshine Classics at the Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club’s entries have closed, but today marks the close of entries for the 

Central California Welcome and Zinfandel Classics at the Paso Robles Horse Park. The ever popular Central California Horse Show Series at the Paso Robles Horse Park expands to six exciting weeks of competition this year.
 
The six weeks of exciting competition, special events and more set within the picture-perfect rolling hills, vineyards and wineries of Paso Robles, California. Key special classes at the Central California Horse Show Series include being chosen to host World Champion Hunter Rider (WCHR) during the and the Young Jumper Championship, both at the Central California Classic, May 31-June 4!
 
Other special classes and events include the USHJA National and InternationalHunter Derbies, the GGT-Footing Grand Prix Series, multiple wine tastings, VIP Dinners, exhibitor and trainer parties and a Season Finale Party at CaliPaso Winery! These are events you will not want to miss at the Paso Robles Horse Park!
 
Central California Welcome and Zinfandel Classics:
March 8-19
 
Due to the popularity of the area, especially in the Winter months, we highly recommend booking accommodations early! Find all our hotel partners here. There are also a limited number of permanent stalls at both facilities for the events that will sell quickly, so we encourage you to send in entries as soon as you can.
 
 
Please keep in mind, the rings have been updated at the Paso Robles Horse Park. The Hunters will all now compete on the Fairway Field on the grass. The Grand Prix arena will transition from the Fairway Field to the newly updated “LD Hayes Grand Prix Arena,” which was previously the secondary jumper ring. It will expand in size with the same incredible GGT-Footing, to a vast 190′ X 260′ arena with a brand new berm and amenities. The secondary jumper arena will move just down the path to the Oak Grove Arena, which was the secondary hunter arena.
 
Don’t miss the serenity of the Paso Robles Horse Park this year
Photo by Alden Corrigan
 
Stay up to date on all our exciting events and the 2017 show season by visiting our website and following us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter!
 
Danielle Ballard for West Palms Events
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