Gold N Grand All Breed Open Horse shows are held in the Spring and Summer Annually each year. The Show is very popular for families and riders of all levels.
Murieta Equestrian Center
Gold N Grand, the premiere all breed horse in Northern California, kicks-off tomorrow, Friday, March 28th, and runs through the weekend at the Murieta Equestrian Center in Rancho Murieta. Â Gold N Grand features a myriad of different classes including Pleasure, English, Leadline, Halter, Trail, and Reining.Â Over 350 buckles will be handed out over the three day event for 1stÂ through 5th place finishes in both three-day point accumulation and day awards.Â There will also be nine high-point western saddle awards in youth, amateur, open, and reigning groupings.
The show is approved by the Pacific Coast Quarter Horse Association, AQHA Special Event, APHA for Paint Alternative Competition, and the West Coast Reigning Horse Association.
There is also action outside the show arena.Â There will be many vendors selling tack, show clothes, equipment and food.Â For those showing, Murieta tries to make the event feel like home with bounce houses for the kids, barn parties and pancake breakfasts.
It appears that there is a good chance the show will see rain on Friday and Saturday but should be clear on Sunday.Â This will only affect the outside arenas.
Here is the revised schedule release on Tuesday.
This, the “Spring” Gold N Grand, is the first of two of the big horse shows for the year. Â Gold N Grand Summer will also take place at the Murieta Equestrian Center in August.
If you have pictures from the show, SacHorse.com would love to share them with the horse community. Â You can send them to us or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about Gold N Grand, please visit: murietaequestriancenter.com/gng
The show premium can be found here
The GGT Footing Grand Prix Series Returns for 2014 – Featuring Nine Grand Prix Events Plus The Series Final Held During the Del Mar International!
Del Mar, CA – West Palms Events would like to announce final dates for the 2014 GGT Footing Grand Prix Series. Sponsored by GGT Footing, this series proved to be extremely popular during the 2013 show season, garnering large turnouts from participants and spectators alike.
The GGT Grand Prix are a series of mid-level Grand Prix classes held at Regional Standards and featuring over $265,000 in prize money. The program is designed to give riders a chance to compete head to head for year-end cash awards. Riders may ride as many horses as they wish, but will only receive credit on their top-placing horse.
Year-end awards are based on prize money won in the ten (10) GGT Series events. Money won at the GGT Series Final at the Del Mar International will count double.
1.Â Â $7,000 in cash, $1,200 in credit to the 2015 season
2.Â Â $5,000 in cash, $750 in credit to the 2015 season
3.Â Â $1,000 in cash, $300 in credit to the 2015 season
Show credit can be used at any of the ten (10) participating GGT events. Balances are not transferable between each show. All rules interpreted by management and all decisions are final.
2014 GGT Footing Grand Prix Series Dates
Flintridge Spring Classic,Â April 15 â€“ 19 Flintridge Grand Prix
93rd Annual Flintridge Horse Show,Â April 23 â€“ 27 Land Rover Grand Prix of Flintridge
Huntington Beach Surf Classic,Â July 3 â€“ 6 GGT Grand Prix
Huntington Beach Summer Classic,Â Aug. 7 â€“ 10 Grand Prix of Huntington Beach
Flintridge Autumn Classic,Â Sept. 24 â€“ 28 Land Rover of Pasadena Grand Prix
SacramentoÂ International Welcome Week,Â Sept. 23 â€“ 28 SIHS Welcome Grand Prix
SacramentoÂ International World Cup Week,Â Sept. 30 – Oct. 5 iJump Sports Jumper Classic
Del Mar International Welcome Week,Â Oct. 15 â€“ 19 Del Mar Welcome Grand Prix, GGT Grand Prix
Del Mar International World Cup Week,Â Oct. 22 â€“ 26 GGT Grand Prix Series Final
This is a great opportunity to see these grand jumping horses, with shows up and down the west coast. Â Two of the events will be held right here in Rancho Murieta in late September during the Sacramento International Horse Show. Â The Murieta Equestrian Center will also the Sacramento International Season Finale on November 6 – 9.
GGT-Footing used worldwide in arenas for jumping, western, dressage and race courses. Benefits include: Reduced Dust, High Water Retention, Optimal Impact Resistance, Higher slide strength and additional stability, Prevents Packing, and Extended Lifetime of your Arena Surface. GGT-Footing Dressage: The fiber delivers higher slide strength without making the footing too soft for the horse. GGT-Footing Jumping delivers optimal impact resistance, higher slide strength and additional stability.
For more information about the shows, please contact West Palm at www.westpalmevents.com orÂ 714-785-9467.