WEC Premier Cup
The Premier Equitation Cup Championship began at World Equestrian Center – Wilmington in 2019.
In 2021 the Premier Equitation Cup Championship made its debut at our Ocala facility during the 12-week long Winter Spectacular Show Series. This year the class saw an astonishing field of 82 junior athletes compete for the prestigious Premier Cup title and brand-new car, as well as $100,000 in trainer awards.
The three-phase championship features jumping, flat and a test phase and gives junior athletes the opportunity to compete under the lights in the WEC Grand Arena.
2023 WEC Premier Equitation Cup Championship
2023 WEC Premier Equitation Cup Championship riders will need to place in at least two qualifying WEC Premier Cup classes from December 1, 2021 through February 5, 2023.
WEC Premier Cup Specifications
The 2023 Premier Equitation Cup Championship will also feature $100,000 in trainer awards. The breakdown of the trainer bonus is as follows:
Winning trainer receives: $40,000
Second place trainer receives: $30,000
Third place trainer receives: $20,000
Fourth place trainer receives: $5,000
Wild-card trainer receives: $5,000
The wild-card award will be drawn from all trainers of non-ribbon earning competitors.
WEC Premier Equitation Cup Qualifier
All World Equestrian Center horse shows at both the Ocala and Wilmington location offer the WEC Premier Equitation Cup Qualifier as well as Heritage Farm. Click the button below to see the list of show dates offering the WEC Premier Equitation Cup Qualifier.
WEC Premier Cup Qualifying Show Dates
If you are a horse show interested in hosting the WEC Premier Equitation Cup Qualifying class visit the button below to fill out the application.
Qualifier Horse Show Application
Current Premier Equitation Cup Championship qualifying standings can be found at the button below.