Arabian Horse Days at Wilson Training Center an Article by Riyan Rivero




The importance of introducing the Arabian horse to the general public is something Mike and Peri Wilson of Wilson Training and Bloodstock are keenly aware of. They chose a beautiful weekend at their new farm in Sorrento, Florida to invite friends, clients, family and the local community to their First Annual Arabian Horse Days at Wilson Training Center. The event was held on Saturday and Sunday, March 7th and 8th, 2015.

Saturdays festivities included a presentation of an outstanding group of halter horses, brood mares, performance horses, fantastic foals and some of the Arabian communities most beautiful Arabian Stallions. A wonderful dinner, decadent deserts and a beautiful atmosphere of camaraderie followed the presentation.

On Sunday, the local community was welcomed to the farm to see, touch, feel and learn about Arabian horses up close and personal. Activities throughout the event included, a discussion on the History of the Arabian Horse; The Oldest Breed in the World, Meet a Mare and Foal, Meet a Show Horse, Riding/ lesson demonstrations and question and answers with the trainers, Mike and Peri Wilson.

Mike and Peri and their very dedicated staff gave visitors an opportunity to experience the horses first hand. Families, retired couples and young entrepreneurs experienced the beauty of the Arabian horse and gathered memories they will not soon forget.

Thank you Mike and Peri for offering this event, sharing your time, your beautiful farm and your fantastic group of horses with all of us. Your dedication to the Arabian horse and those that love them is truly commendable.

Article written by Riyan Rivero

Riyan is the public relations director at Hennessey Arabians