Deeridge Farms hosts Palm Beach Masters equestrian event

The finals of Palm Beach Masters, the latest stop of the FEI World Cup, will be taking place at Deeridge Farms in Wellington Sunday.

The feature jumping event will start at noon Sunday, but preliminary events started Thursday. Deeridge Farm is the Florida home of Boston Bruins owner Jeremy Jacobs and his family.

The qualifiers on Thursday and Friday had free admission, but Sunday’s main event will cost $20 per carload. The car can get in for free with a Palm Beach School District ID.

JustWorld, a charitable organization in Wellington, will be hosting the Kid Zone at the event with a jumbo slide, face painting, mini ponies and other attractions.

The Jacobs family owns the 200-acre Deeridge Farms off Pierson Road in Wellington. (Kristen M. Clark / The Palm Beach Post)

The Jacobs family owns the 300-acre Deeridge Farms off Pierson Road in Wellington. (Kristen M. Clark / The Palm Beach Post)

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