American Equestrians Got Talent, a fundraiser to benefit USEF High Performance Programs, returns to Wellington, Florida, for its third year in 2017. Contestants participate in weekly auditions to earn a spot to compete in the season finale. Celebrity judges at each audition critique the performances and the audience's applause determines who will progress to the Finale.
When: March 19, 2017
Where: Adequan® Global Dressage Festival show grounds, Wellington, Florida
Purchase Tickets and Tables: Go to: AEGTFinale.com
or contact Patty Scott at (917) 318-0425 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Online Auction: Your winning bid gets you a day with each member of one of our U.S. 2016 Rio Equestrian Teams that competed in Rio
Jumping, Dressage, Eventing or Para-Dressage! Bid now at AEGTFinale.com
Prize: The winner, who will be named America's Most Talented Equestrian, will receive a grand prize of $10,000 sponsored by Robert Dover, chef d'equipe of the U.S. Dressage Team, and Robert Ross, P.A., luxury equestrian realtor for Keller Williams.
Vote Now for your Favorite Finalist:
Each vote is a donation to US Equestrian High Performance Programs.
Vote more, donate more and your favorite performer has a better chance of winning. Here's how:
From your mobile device text to 565 12 | Enter message: AEGT | Click on the link in the reply | Select the dollar amount to donate (each $5 donation increment counts as one vote | Enter your payment and contact information | Vote for your favorite performer from the selection
Week I - Olivia Willis, representing the sport of dressage.
Week II - Zach Duckworth, representing the sport of jumping.
Week III - Tie:
Brandon Olavarria, representing the sport of endurance.
Michael Boone, representing the sport of dressage.
Week IV - Kyuannee Richardson, representing the sport of dressage.
Week V - Roberto Gallardo, representing the sport of dressage.
Week VI - Laura León, representing the sport of dressage.
Week VII - Robyn Marie Lamp and Edgar Miguel Abréu -representing
the sport of dressage
Robert Nichols, representing the sport of endurance
Week VIII - Frances Novella, representing the sport of dressage
Week IX - Kylie Peitz and Alex Jones, representing the sport of jumping.
Wild Cards - Alix Who?, representing the sport of jumping.
Cassie Oritz, representing the sport of dressage
Grady Lyman, representing the sport of jumping.
Robert Dover at: Rdover2@aol.com or (561) 758-6186
Carrie Wirth, EQ Media
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