November/December 2020 | Sports Destination Management

November/December 2020

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November/December 2020

As we sprint toward the end of the year, it’s a good time to reflect – not on the things we can’t do but on the things we have learned to do differently. Not all change is bad, particularly if it brings learning. This issue has examples. From merchandizing to app design, from recurring events to arranging accommodations, much has changed. This issue also helps you keep current on the changes in a variety of sports, including squash, football, rodeo, equestrian, tennis, pickleball and even volleyball. Finish the year strong and get set for 2021.

In this issue

Horseplay: Multiple Disciplines Boost Equestrian Events’ Popularity

BY: Judy Leand

For more than a century, American equestrian athletes have represented the U.S. in international competition, claiming medals in the Olympics, Pan American Games and World Championships. This high-level success is inspiring a new generation of young riders to compete nationwide. Here is a look at some of the top equestrian event venues in the U.S. more....