Saturday, November 26, 2022
70.2 F

Free Holiday Event Introduces Newcomers to Arabian Horse Breed

Arabian Horse The Arabian Horse Promotional Fund, a non-profit that introduces people to the animal and its beloved traits, is hosting its inaugural Keystone Charity Arabian Horse Experience Friday, November 25th and Saturday, November 26th. The free Thanksgiving weekend event will occur during the 54th Annual Arabian Horse Association of Florida’s Holiday Festival at the World Equestrian Center.

The experience will offer multiple, intimate hands-on events designed to attract and educate newcomers of all ages about the Arabian horse.

Experience Barn – Friday and Saturday from 10am to 5pm
Guests will be greeted by ten World Class Arabian horses and receive hands-on experiences, including live demonstrations, games, horse painting, one-on-one horse interactions and photograph opportunities for the whole family.

Prize Money Classes and Live Arabian Horse Entertainment- Friday and Saturday starting at 6:30pm
World-class trainer Sylvia Zerbini and her team of Arabian horses will perform in the WEC outside arena among the WEC Festival of Lights. Additionally, trick rider Becca Watson will demonstrate her skills of strength and speed. Both will be interspersed through the evening with exciting prize money Arabian horse competitions.

Event spectators will also be able to participate in the judging from across the U.S. who will be competing for prize money in a variety of disciplines.

“We are thrilled to provide an opportunity for everyone to experience the beauty and talent of Arabian horses and learn how they have positively impacted people for thousands of years,” said Mary Trowbridge, founder of the organization. “As one of the most versatile horse breeds in the world, the intelligence and intuitiveness of these amazing animals bring amazing life-skills and experiences that we are excited to share with the people of Ocala, as well as with our official Charities.”

A portion of the proceeds raised during the event will benefit Project Hope Ocala, Wounded Warrior Project and Horse N Heroes of Marion County.

This event is free and open to the public. WEC parking fees applicable. For more information and to register, visit here.

Related Articles


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

- Advertisement -

Latest Articles