Diamante Farms Presents Exciting Final Week of Competition at 2014 Adequan Global Dressage Festival


Devon Kane and Destiny. (Photo courtesy of SusanJStickle.com)
Devon Kane and Destiny. (Photo courtesy of SusanJStickle.com)

Wellington, FL – For the third consecutive year, Week 12 of the 2014 Adequan Global Dressage Festival was presented by Diamante Farms of Wellington, Florida. The prestigious CDI5*/3* and National Show of Week 12 featured outstanding riders and horses, including Diamante Farms’s own Devon Kane and her horse Destiny. The GDF 12 CDI5*/3* and National Show took place on Thursday, March 27- Sunday, March 30 at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center. Diamante Farms, a dressage facility owned by Terri Kane and her daughter Devon, was happy to sponsor an event that is so central to their beloved sport of dressage. The week’s CDI 5* had the status of being the highest possible rating in international level competition. While Devon Kane competes with the best equestrians in the sport, she and Diamante Farms find equal importance in supporting all levels of riders. The Adequan Global Dressage Festival— which hosts a range of classes from pony and junior to USEF-rated National classes— helps them do just that.

Besides serving as one of the presenting sponsors of GDF 12, Devon Kane was a competitor in the CDI 3*. She and her self-trained Danish Warmblood, Destiny, earned a 68.100% in the Open division of the FEI Grand Prix on March 27. Kane spent nearly seven years training the 16.2-hand gelding, refining him from the barely-broke animal she affectionately referred to as her “dragon” to the Grand Prix champion he currently is today. After the FEI Grand Prix 3*, Kane said “I’m so in love with my dragon! Desi was fantastic today, 68 for 6th in the 3* CDI Grand Prix. So proud and excited! We are getting better and better every time. Lots of 8’s and plenty room to improve!”


On March 30, Kane and Destiny came in fifth in the Open division of the FEI Grand Prix Special 3* with a score of 66.490%. Between Kane’s two days of competition, she further participated in the AGDF by assisting with the exciting liberty demonstration with an Arabian stallion from Al-Marah Arabians. The stallion and his handler from Al-Marah Arabians gave a spectacular performance complete with rears, bows, galloping at liberty through the arena, and traditional Arabian attire. Devon Kane and all of Diamante Farms’s continued support and sponsorship is part of their dedication to nurture the sport and the equestrian community. Diamante Farms offers dressage training, showing, and boarding services on 10 beautiful acres in Wellington.

To learn more about Diamante Farms and Devon Kane, visit DiamanteFarms.com or call 210-240-1614.