PASO ROBLES FEATURED EVENTS

Exhibitor Parties – 2018 Updates Coming Soon

Spring Central California Horse Show Series

  • May 23: Trainer Welcome Party at CaliPaso at 6:30PM, Sponsored by Crystal Image Farm and Denise Borges
  • May 26: Complimentary Wine Tasting under the main tent at 3:30PM, Sponsored by San Marcos Creek Vineyard & Winery
  • May 26: USHJA National Hunter Derby Presented by Asuncion Valley Farms
  • May 27: LA Saddlery Grand Prix, Winner to be Awarded the Harriet Landrum Perpetual Trophy, at 5:30PM
  • May 27: VIP Dinner 5.30PM, Sponsored by Charlebois Farm
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  • June 2: Complimentary Wine Tasting under the main tent at 3:30PM, Sponsored by Premier Equine
  • June 2: USHJA International Hunter Derby
  • June 3: Art and Wine Reception begins at 1PM under the main tent
  • June 3: CWD Grand Prix of Paso Robles, at 5:30PM

Fall Central California Horse Show Series:

  • October 31: Spooktacular Trainer Welcome Party at CaliPaso at 6:30PM
  • November 3: Complimentary Wine Tasting under the main tent at 2:30PM
  • November 3: USHJA National Hunter Derby Presented by Asuncion Valley Farms
  • November 4: Wine Country Grand Prix at 5:30PM
  • November 10: USHJA International Derby
  • November 11: Art and Wine Reception under the main tent begins at 1PM
  • November 11: Oak Tree Grand Prix Presented by TravelPaso, Winner to be Awarded the Jill Weaver Memorial Trophy, at 3:00PM
  • TBD: Year End Finale Party at CaliPaso Winery Sponsored by Waldenbrook Farm

GGT-Footing Grand Prix Series
The GGT Grand Prix Series sponsored by GGT Footing is a series of mid-level Grand Prix classes to be held at Regional Standards with $286,000 in prize money. The program is designed to give riders a chance to compete head to head for year-end cash awards, including a Rider Bonus. Riders may ride as many horses as they wish but only receive credit on their top placing horse.


USHJA National and International Hunter Derby
West Palms Events is happy to have either a USHJA National or International Hunter Derby at all of our events in the 2018 show season! To find our more about the hunter derby specs and history, please visit USHJA by clicking here. The Central California Memorial Day Classic and Central California Fall Classic will each host a USHJA National Hunter Derby, with the Central California Classic and the Central California Oak Tree Classic hosting the USHJA International Hunter Derbies.


World Champion Hunter Rider- Central California Classic, May 30 – June 3, 2018
From USHJA: “The USHJA World Championship Hunter Rider Program was founded in 1992 to recognize and celebrate the hunter rider. Since the inaugural WCHR Professional Finals in 1992 the WCHR program has expanded to include coveted year-end awards for Professionals, Developing Professionals, Amateur Owners, Adult Amateurs, Juniors, Children’s and Pony riders. WCHR Program Members qualify for National and Regional Awards by earning points at Member Events held across the country throughout the qualifying year. Points from a rider’s top four WCHR Member Events will be used to determine the National and Regional standings. Each year the top ten nationally ranked riders and top six regionally ranked riders in each category, come together to compete in the WCHR Finals at the Capital Challenge Horse Show in Upper Marlboro, MD.”

To learn more, visit USHJA at: http://www.ushja.org/programs/wchr/wchr_intro.aspx

PASO ROBLES FEATURED EVENTS

Exhibitor Parties – 2018 Updates Coming Soon

Spring Central California Horse Show Series

  • May 23: Trainer Welcome Party at CaliPaso at 6:30PM, Sponsored by Crystal Image Farm and Denise Borges
  • May 26: Complimentary Wine Tasting under the main tent at 3:30PM, Sponsored by San Marcos Creek Vineyard & Winery
  • May 26: USHJA National Hunter Derby Presented by Asuncion Valley Farms
  • May 27: LA Saddlery Grand Prix, Winner to be Awarded the Harriet Landrum Perpetual Trophy, at 5:30PM
  • May 27: VIP Dinner 5.30PM, Sponsored by Charlebois Farm
  • ————————————————————————————————————————-
  • June 2: Complimentary Wine Tasting under the main tent at 3:30PM, Sponsored by Premier Equine
  • June 2: USHJA International Hunter Derby
  • June 3: Art and Wine Reception begins at 1PM under the main tent
  • June 3: CWD Grand Prix of Paso Robles, at 5:30PM

Fall Central California Horse Show Series:

  • October 31: Spooktacular Trainer Welcome Party at CaliPaso at 6:30PM
  • November 3: Complimentary Wine Tasting under the main tent at 2:30PM
  • November 3: USHJA National Hunter Derby Presented by Asuncion Valley Farms
  • November 4: Wine Country Grand Prix at 5:30PM
  • November 10: USHJA International Derby
  • November 11: Art and Wine Reception under the main tent begins at 1PM
  • November 11: Oak Tree Grand Prix Presented by TravelPaso, Winner to be Awarded the Jill Weaver Memorial Trophy, at 3:00PM
  • TBD: Year End Finale Party at CaliPaso Winery Sponsored by Waldenbrook Farm

GGT-Footing Grand Prix Series
The GGT Grand Prix Series sponsored by GGT Footing is a series of mid-level Grand Prix classes to be held at Regional Standards with $286,000 in prize money. The program is designed to give riders a chance to compete head to head for year-end cash awards, including a Rider Bonus. Riders may ride as many horses as they wish but only receive credit on their top placing horse.


USHJA National and International Hunter Derby
West Palms Events is happy to have either a USHJA National or International Hunter Derby at all of our events in the 2018 show season! To find our more about the hunter derby specs and history, please visit USHJA by clicking here. The Central California Memorial Day Classic and Central California Fall Classic will each host a USHJA National Hunter Derby, with the Central California Classic and the Central California Oak Tree Classic hosting the USHJA International Hunter Derbies.


World Champion Hunter Rider- Central California Classic, May 30 – June 3, 2018
From USHJA: “The USHJA World Championship Hunter Rider Program was founded in 1992 to recognize and celebrate the hunter rider. Since the inaugural WCHR Professional Finals in 1992 the WCHR program has expanded to include coveted year-end awards for Professionals, Developing Professionals, Amateur Owners, Adult Amateurs, Juniors, Children’s and Pony riders. WCHR Program Members qualify for National and Regional Awards by earning points at Member Events held across the country throughout the qualifying year. Points from a rider’s top four WCHR Member Events will be used to determine the National and Regional standings. Each year the top ten nationally ranked riders and top six regionally ranked riders in each category, come together to compete in the WCHR Finals at the Capital Challenge Horse Show in Upper Marlboro, MD.”

To learn more, visit USHJA at: http://www.ushja.org/programs/wchr/wchr_intro.aspx