The upcoming season 2023/2024 at Desert International Horse Park

Desert International Horse Park

The upcoming season 2023/2024 at Desert International Horse Park (DIHP), featuring 14 weeks in total, will host 12 weeks of Premier hunter, eight weeks of FEI show jumping, three weeks of WCHR, and more special classes than ever before.

National Sunshine Series

Kicking off with the National Sunshine Series, one of the biggest events of the year, the two-week event will welcome back favorite classes and also new classes, with something for everyone across all levels.

National Sunshine Series 1: November 1-November 5
National Sunshine Series 2: November 8-November 12

Schedule National Sunshine Series:

Juan Carlos ridden by Irene Neuwirth Desert International Horse Park
Juan Carlos, ridden by Irene Neuwirth, won the HOTY award in 2022 for the 3’6″ Amateur Owner Hunter 36+ division. Photo by High Desert Sport Photo
Opportunity Mars piloted by Avery Glynn Desert International Horse Park
Opportunity Mars, piloted by Avery Glynn, was the 2022 winner of the Small Junior Hunter 16-17 HOTY award. Photo by ESI Photography

Desert Holiday

Desert Holiday will welcome back Major League Show Jumping for two weeks of CSI5* and CSI2* show jumping, plus WCHR week for the hunters (Week Two).
Desert Holiday 1: November 29-December 3
Desert Holiday 2: December 6-December 10

Schedule Desert Holiday:

Desert Circuit

The first two circuits are loaded with excitement, but the season is just getting started by the time Desert Circuit rolls around. Desert Circuit is the longest ever, now at 10 weeks. We have everyone’s favorite classes returning, plus new additions. We will also have the grass field come into action several weeks of Circuit.

Schedule Desert Circuit:

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