We are ready to FALL into stride at the World Equestrian Center with our upcoming Fall Series horse shows set to kick off on September 26, 2018, where we welcome exhibitors back to Wilmington, Ohio for great sport and good fun. We’ll be awarding more than $333,000 in prize money throughout the 5-weeks along with special incentives like $10,000 in Trainer Awards and Fall Series Circuit Awards.
The Fall Series will feature a weekly Open Welcome Stake, an Open and a Non-Pro USHJA National Hunter Derby, and a Non-Pro 2’6” Derby, a Futures Prix and a Grand Prix on Saturdays during the World Equestrian Center Fall Series I, II, III, and Fall Classic horse shows (see the prize list for class monies and specifications).
The World Equestrian Center Invitational will wrap up the Fall Series with featured classes including a $15,000 Welcome Stake II 2a, a $10,000 Futures Prix, a $50,000 World Equestrian Center Grand Prix II 2a, a $40,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby 3’6”-4’ with 4’3” options, and both an Open and a Non-Pro USHJA National Hunter Derby.
On the last day of our WEC Invitational, October 28, 2018, we’ll be hosting the finale of our 11-part USHJA National Hunter Derby Series. This is the second year of the Hunter Derby Series collaboration with Kentucky Horse Shows LLC, and once again we’ll be awarding $20,000 in Leading Rider Awards for the Professional, Amateur and Junior riders who have accumulated the most points during the Series.
What could possibly make the Fall Series more exciting? We are awarding Fall Circuit Champion and Reserve Champion awards! All exhibitors have to do to be eligible for a Circuit Award is sign up for WEC Points. This can be done at the show in the show office or online here. Circuit Division Champions will receive $1,000 while Circuit Reserve Champions will be awarded $500. If you are vying for a Circuit Award, keep in mind that the first two shows of the Fall Series, World Equestrian Center Fall Series I and II, are DOUBLE POINTED.
Sign Up for WEC Points
Signing up for WEC Points is a quick and simple process that can be done either at the show office or online. Exhibitors can register as a Junior, Amateur, Professional, or Business, and can also register their horse for WEC Points.
Exhibitors can track current WEC Points standings here.
For questions or more information about WEC Points, please email our show secretary Julie Agar – email@example.com