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The Palm Beach Masters Series delivers thrilling equestrian competition at the highest levels of the sport.

The Palm Beach Masters

The series is hosted at Deeridge Farms — a stunning location at the heart of equestrian sport in Wellington, Florida — and offers riders, spectators, and sponsors unforgettable hospitality, unrivaled facilities, and world-class show grounds.

Deeridge Farms owners Jerry and Peggy Jacobs have a lifelong love of equestrian sport. Their determination to ensure that Longines FEI World Cup qualifying competition remain in Wellington was the catalyst for the Palm Beach Masters Series. They worked with preeminent course designers to build stunning and challenging show grounds on their 300-acre, picturesque property. With just two rings, the Jacobses pay homage to the natural beauty and raw competition of the sport. The signature event of the series, the Palm Beach Masters, is one of one of only seven North American, east coast qualifiers for the Longines FEI World Cup.

Deeridge Farms
The sprawling, 300-acre estate has been honored by the Florida Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects for its beautiful grounds. The property serves as a perfect backdrop for the breathtaking Palm Beach Masters Series.
Showgrounds
The unparalleled design of the showgrounds at Deeridge Farms offers a world-class arena for world-class equestrians.
History
The Palm Beach Masters Series launched in 2016 when the Jacobs Family successfully bid to keep World Cup qualifying horse jumping in Wellington, Florida, the "Winter Equestrian Capital of the World." The Jacobses believe that horse jumping is best-honored in a thriving, natural setting, and they are committed to being good stewards of the sport and preserving what makes Wellington special.
Palm Beach Masters Photo Gallery
Impressive athletes. Gorgeous setting. An unforgettable experience at the Palm Beach Masters. Relive all the sights from our previous events in our curated gallery.
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