South Africa

Nissan Easter Festival not to be missed!

2014-03-31 14:22
Nicole Horwood (Supplied)
Nicole Horwood (Supplied)
Cape Town - Now in its fifth year, the Nissan Easter Festival will once again deliver a 10 day celebration of equestrian events, entertainment and fun for the whole family this April.
Nissan South Africa has again partnered with Kyalami Park Club to bring you a fun filled programme from Saturday, April 12 until Monday, April 21, 2014.

The first weekend will concentrate on the dressage classes and the rest of the show will mainly feature showjumping and the InterAfrica Cup.

The Nissan Easter Festival includes the SA Pony Rider Grand Prix, The KPC Young Rider Grand Prix and will conclude on Easter Monday with the hotly contested Adult SA Jumping Outdoor Grand Prix.

After the success of last year’s festival, which included a spectacular tie at first place in the Nissan Six Bar event as well as a memorable win by Capital Don Cumarco in the Nissan SA Adult Outdoor Grand Prix, this year’s action is set to be every bit as exciting.

While South Africa’s top riders and horses are without a doubt the main attraction, the festival has far more to offer. Food stalls, entertainment, child-friendly activities and market stalls will provide plenty of fun throughout the duration of the festival.

With free entrance and secure parking - families, friends and sporting fans can enjoy the live action as it unfolds, with each day offering more excitement, big wins and plenty of family fun.
                                                                               
Event details:
 
Event date: April 12-21, 2014
 
Time: 08:00 to 17:00
 
Address: 1 Dahlia Road Kyalami 1687
 
Ticket price: Free entry

Website: http://www.kyalamipark.com/ and www.nissan.co.za
 
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GautengHorseSocietyand https://www.facebook.com/nissansouthafrica

 

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