Palm Beach International Equestrian Center (PBIEC) is considered the most recognizable equestrian sporting venue in the United States. It encompasses a total of 500 acres — the competition rings alone cover over 80 acres. PBIEC has two core facilities, the Main Grounds and Equestrian Village, which collectively contain over 18 competition arenas, a derby field and one of the largest covered arenas in the world.

The Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF) is the largest and longest-running circuit in horse sport. A 12-week show jumping competition for hunters, jumpers and equitation, it is held annually from January through March. Each show week starts on Wednesday and concludes on Sunday, with major competitions showcased in the International Arena daily and on Saturday nights.