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HITS Horse Show in Thermal

HITS Horse Show in Thermal

HITS in Thermal by Carol Parker

Equestrian in Thermal by Carol Parker

Equestrian in Thermal by Carol Parker

January 13th - March 15th, 2015 Catch a glimpse of equestrian stars at HITS Horse Shows 2015! Location: HITS Desert Horse Park | 85-555 Airport Boulevard, Thermal, California 92274 Schedule: Tuesday – Sunday | 8 am to 4 pm DC Preview: January 13-18 | DC I:DC II: January 27 - February 1 | DC III: February 3-8 DC IV: February 17-22 | DC V: February 24 - March 1 | DC VI: March 3-8 | DC VII: March 10-15 - featuring the AIG $1 Million Grand Prix Grand Prix events take place at approximately 2 pm every Sunday, as well as select Thursdays, Fridays. Admission: No admission charge for daytime performances Tuesday through Saturday. Saturday evening and Sunday daytime admission is $5 per person. Children under 12 are free. The HITS Desert Circuit is where equestrian stars from the short stirrup ring to the grand prix stadium converge for eight weeks in the desert. After setting roots in Indio, California in the mid-nineties, the first horse was unloaded at the HITS Desert Horse Park in 2007. In the years that followed, the HITS Desert Circuit has earned a reputation as the place to be for West Coast show-goers during the winter months. After regularly hosting Olympians, World Cup Champions and international show jumping stars, HITS put the Desert Circuit on the map in 2013 with the debut of the AIG $1 Million Grand Prix. The celebrated class, which offers the richest prize in American show jumping, is the first jewel of the HITS Triple Crown.
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