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The Interpaso 2016 Equine Show will be held at Villa Floralina
From November 4th to the 6th, Villa Floralina will once again be the venue for the year’s largest equine show, Interpaso. During this weekend, hundreds of visitors will witness three days of activities for the whole family.
Starting on Friday, November 4th at 6 PM, all fillies and mares will compete in their respective categories, advancing until at the end of the night the Grand Champion is crowned. The night will close with a performance at 11 PM by the band ‘D-licious. On this night the brand new calendar, featuring Aruban horses and riders, will be unveiled during the opening ceremony at 8 PM.
On Saturday November 5th, the show will start at 5 PM will all geldings and stallions, as well as categories for beginner youth riders. There will also be a horse carousel as a show for the public. The popular band ‘N Fuzion will close the night with their hit songs.
On Sunday the doors will open at 10 AM with the popular farmer’s market presented by Santa Rosa. At 3 PM the youth equitation classes will start where the Aruban riders will have to take on participants from Curacao, Colombia, Dominican Republic, United States, and Venezuela.
During all three days there will be different vendors present with their products, as well as a Kid’s Corner with entertainment for children. During the night there will be different prizes raffled off as well as Happy Hours on Friday and Saturday from 10 – 11 PM.
All three days there will be ‘live streaming’ provided by Directorio Equino, as well as the magazine ‘La Revista de Paso Fino’ will be present from the Dominican Republic to cover the event.
Entrance is merely Awg 5 on Friday and Saturday, and free on Sunday.
Such an event is not possible without the help from different sponsors such as Divi Resorts with attractive room rates; Insel Air, the official airline for Interpaso; Aruba Trading Company with their Presidente and Corona beer; RBC Royal Bank, Johnson Notary Services, and the Aruba Tourism Authority.