Entries NOW Open for Winter in the Midwest 2022 Indoor Horse Show Circuit at World Equestrian Center – Wilmington

November 5, 2021 - Wilmington, OH

The prize list cover for the Winter in the Midwest 2022 Indoor Horse Show Circuit.
Jumpers will have a $30,000 grand prix every week at the 2022 Winter in the Midwest indoor show circuit at World Equestrian Center - Wilmington.
Photo by WinslowPhotography
Hunter riders have four derby opportunities each week at the 2022 Winter in the Midwest indoor show circuit at World Equestrian Center - Wilmington.
Photo by WinslowPhotography
The prize list cover for the Winter in the Midwest 2022 Indoor Horse Show Series USEF shows.

Entries and stall reservations are now open for World Equestrian Center Winter in the Midwest indoor circuit, featuring a combination of premier USEF and NSBA sanctioned hunter/jumper horse shows. Exhibitors will escape harsh winter conditions when showing in the 200,000-square-foot, climate-controlled indoor facility, where they will enjoy 17 weeks of competition at all levels. The Winter in the Midwest circuit runs from December–April and offers more than $2.42 million in prize money and prizes.

The Winter in the Midwest 2022 indoor circuit prize list is available online at horseshowing.com.

Experience heated stabling and wash racks, with indoor walkways to all schooling, warm-up and competition spaces. Stall reservations are $175 per week, $250 for tack stalls. Stall reservations can be made online HERE.

2021 NSBA Show Dates
WEC Winter 1 – Dec. 1-5
WEC Winter 2 – Dec. 8-12
WEC Winter 3 – Dec. 15-19

2022 USEF Show Dates* – USEF Premier/Level IV
WEC Winter 4 – Jan. 5-9 – A World Championship Hunter Rider (WCHR) Week
WEC Winter 7 – Jan. 26-30
WEC Winter 8 – Feb. 2-6
WEC Winter 9 – Feb 9-13
WEC Winter 11 – Feb. 23-27
*See USEF prize list.

2022 NSBA Show Dates
WEC Winter 5 – Jan. 12-16
WEC Winter 6 – Jan. 19-23
WEC Winter 10 – Feb. 16-20
WEC Winter 12 – Mar. 2-6
WEC Winter 13 – Mar. 9-13
WEC Winter 14 – Mar. 16-20
WEC Winter 15 – Mar. 23-27
WEC Winter 16 – Mar. 30-April 3
WEC Winter 17 – April 6-10

Exhibitors will find classes for every level and exciting feature hunter and jumper action each week, Thursday–Sunday including:

Weekly Jumper Highlights
• $10,000 Futures Prix
• $10,000 Welcome Stake
• $30,000 Grand Prix

Weekly Hunter Highlights
• $5,000 Derby 3’ Open
• $5,000 Derby 3’ Non Pro
• $2,000 Pony/Children’s Pony Hunter Derby
• $2,000 Non-Pro Hunter Derby

Enjoy Unique Amenities at World Equestrian Center – Wilmington
Experience the very best in amenities at World Equestrian Center – Wilmington. Work out at the new Fitness Center, satisfy cravings at the Sugar Shack candy store, pamper yourself at A Bit of Class Salon & Day Spa, or, your canine friend at Shaggy Chic Pet Parlor dog spa. Rev up with Dark Horse Coffee, featuring Starbucks ride-thru coffee shop, and shop the eclectic offerings of the many vendors in Vendor Village and throughout the facility.

Check out the brand-new menu at the charming Paddock Club restaurant or opt for grilled favorites, taco bar and grab n’ go options ringside at the International Café.

Stay at WEC! Four Convenient On-Site Lodging Options
Guests are advised to make lodging reservations at their earliest convenience to ensure they secure accommodations close to the showgrounds. Reservations can be made at wec.net or by calling 937.382.0985 ext. 3.

World Equestrian Center – Wilmington has multiple on-site lodging options for guests:
The Wilbur Estate – The Wilbur Estate is a stunning, plantation-style mansion with five elegant luxury suites. Accommodations are centrally located on the showgrounds, just steps from arenas, stabling and the Paddock Club. Free Wi-Fi and VIP parking are included in your stay at The Wilbur Estate.
Cabins – Each of the cabins sleeps up to six guests and is within walking distance from the arenas and barns. Two of the cabins are handicap accessible. Efficiency kitchen with microwave, flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi included.
Home Away from Home Park – Directly across the street from the horse show entrance, 130 Home Away from Home units have two or three bedrooms with a fully-equipped kitchen and living and dining room area. Flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi included.
RV Sites – World Equestrian Center has many RV sites equipped with electric, water and sewer for $175 per week (or any portion thereof). You must reserve these on your entry form or stall reservation form. Please check in at the horse show office for a pass prior to parking your RV.

Special Thanks to Generous 2022 Sponsors
The 2022 Winter in the Midwest circuit is generously sponsored by Alltech, Antares Sellier, Buckeye Nutrition, C. Jarvis Insurance, CWD, Kentucky Performance Products, R+L Carriers, Shoo-Fly, Tribute, Triple Crown and Voltaire.

About World Equestrian Center
World Equestrian Center features two premiere equestrian and multidisciplinary venues in Ocala, Florida, and Wilmington, Ohio. These exclusive facilities comprise state-of-the-art arenas, expansive stadiums, versatile outdoor space, sporting fields and well-appointed exposition centers. An abundance of lodging options and luxury accommodations are conveniently located on-site, along with shopping and dining throughout each property.

Dedicated to offering great sport and fun in a family-friendly environment, World Equestrian Center promises an unparalleled experience for exhibitors, spectators, vendors, sponsors and retailers built on three core values: Quality. Class. Distinction.

Learn more at wec.net.

Media Contact
Candace FitzGerald

Winter in the Midwest 2022 Horse Shows Fast Facts
● Show Management: Arena Horse Shows – Wilmington LLC
● Horse Show Manager – TJ Campbell – tj.campbell@wec.net
● Show Secretary: Julie Agar – julie.agar@wec.net
● WEC address for GPS or shipping:
World Equestrian Center – Wilmington
4095 State Rte. 730
  Wilmington, OH 45177
● Prize list at wec.net
● Entries: Horseshowing.com
● Stabling: Stalls are $175 per week. Tack stalls $250. Stall reservations can be made by logging into your FREE Horseshowing.com account (or create one if you don’t have one), then go to the 4th menu item and select the show for which you wish to reserve stalls. You will be required to pay for all horse stalls, if you wish to mail a check then select check as your payment option as it defaults to credit card. You will be emailed an invoice immediately with instructions. Tack stalls can be split at the show office.
● An NSBA membership is required for each owner, trainer, rider and horse entering NSBA sanctioned shows. Go to nsba.com for membership information and registration.
● For USEF membership information and registration go to USEF.org
● Photographer: Winslow Photography – jwinslowphotography@gmail.com
● Live stream at ClipMyHorseTV.com
● For on-site lodging options, including RV space reservations, go to wec.net