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American Equestrians Got Talent, a fundraiser to benefit USEF High Performance Programs through the USET Foundation, 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.

Honorary Chair:
P.J. Rizvi


6 p.m. Dinner
7 p.m. Show Begins

Wednesday, Jan. 11; Wednesday, Jan. 18; Tuesday, Jan. 24; Wednesday, Feb. 1; Wednesday, Feb. 8; Wednesday, Feb. 15; Wednesday, Feb. 22; Wednesday, March 1; and Wednesday, March 8

The Grande Ballroom at
The new Wellington Community Center
12150 Forest Hill Boulevard
Wellington, Florida 33414
(561) 753-2484
Click here for map

$1,000 will be awarded to the winning performer at each audition.

Audition Tickets:
Individual One-Time Ticket: includes gourmet dinner $60
Individual Package: includes gourmet dinner at all nine auditions $450
Individual Standing Room One-Time Ticket: $10
Table of 10 One-Time: includes gourmet dinner $600
Tables of 10 for all nine auditions: includes gourmet dinner $4,500
Ticket purchase for beverages, wine, beer and spirits
Purchase tickets at the door. Online reservations available soon.

Wellington Hospitality Group (formerly Aaron's Catering of the Palm Beaches). Each audition week will be a themed event. Aaron Menitoff and Julie Larson are known for their artistry and ability to present and serve scrumptious fare with the highest level of customer excellence. They wowed polo brunch spectators for years at International Polo Club Palm Beach with their spectacular work and have been the go-to caterer for the finest equestrian events in Wellington. Click here to learn more about Wellington Hospitality Group.

Auditions are open to the entire equestrian community, including riders, grooms and others involved in any discipline. Please sign up in advance.

Robert Dover at: or(561) 758-6186 to set up rehearsal times the day and evening of the auditions. Walk-in performers may be accepted as time permits.


When: March 19, 2017

Where:  TBD, Wellington, Florida

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.

To Request Media Credentials Contact:
EQ Media
Photographs courtesy of USET Foundation and Phelps Media Group