Competitors, owners, grooms and competition staff are cordially invited to attend the Highlife Cup Party, Friday, January 28, 2005 at Highlife Farms facility around the corner from the Clarcona Horseman’s Park, location for the Orlando Dressage Winter Series. Festivities will begin after the last class is finished. Directions are available at the show office.
Shown here are (l-r) Orlando Dressage organizer, Klaus Fraessdorf, Highlife's Donna Bigoski, Joan and Kenny Sims, Silke Rembacz, and Orlando Dressage competitor and party goer, Jules Nyssen.
This year all Highlife Cup competitor party attendance will get the opportunity to take a chance on winning a breeding to any Highlife Farms stallion. The winner will be able to choice which stallion they would like based on the mare they will breed to. Chances are $5 ea. or, 5 for $20. Not bad considering the stud fees begin at $1,000.00 for the ponies! The same raffle was offered at the reproduction clinic recently held at Highlife Farms, and was a huge hit. Due to the hectic weekend show schedule, the winner not need be present to win.
The second annual Highlife Cup, held during the Orlando Dressage Winter Show Series, will once again, offer over $10,500 in purses and awards. The Highlife Cup, is part of a 3 cup series held at Clarcona Horseman's Park, in Apopka, Florida, and serves as a USEF Qualifying Competition for the 2005 USEF Grand Prix Championship/2005 USEF Intermediaire I Championship. It is also the official USDF Region 3 Qualifying Competition for the 2005 North American Young Riders Championships, and offers 2 chances in all USEF Levels for GAIG/USDF Qualifiers.
The Champion will have their name on the perpetual Trophy on display at Highlife Farms. Champion and Reserve Champion receive rider/horse sashes and embroidered horse blankets.