The Horse of Course Donates a Dressage Favorite to the Palm beach Dressage Derby Equestrian Aid Auction…Pikeur Full Seat Riding Breeches



The Horse of Course is known for having just what dressage riders want and need, so it is no surprise that they donated a pair of the most popular dressage breeches on the planet to the EAF Charity Auction to be held this Thursday evening at the Palm Beach Derby.  “Who doesn’t love Pikeurs”, laughs Beth Haist of The Horse of Course. “Mary (Phelps from Dressage Daily) puts so much energy into making this auction a big success and the Equestrian Aid Foundation is an important charity for all equestrians to support,” added Haist. Thanks to The Horse of Course one lucky bidder will leave the EAF auction with a brand new pair of Luguna full seat breeches. But it is expected the bidding war will be intense for these beauties! The Horse of Course opened their doors over 20 years ago in Oklahoma, and today they are highly regarded as a one-stop dressage specialist shop. “We provide fashion, an extensive selection of breeches, show clothes, custom shadbellies, as well as a complete selection of dressage tack,” explains Haist. “ My husband, Marty Haist, is a saddler, not just a fitter, and he comes to the Derby to service our customer’s saddle needs. We also carry the most advanced dressage saddle ever made, The Sommer,” Haist added.

The Horse of Course offers top proven brands, innovative new products, complete customized saddle fitting and customized bit fitting. “The atmosphere at our mobile show trailer is fantastic, very upbeat and supportive. I really want to encourage everyone to stop by and see our new products, styles and lines.” The Horse of Course invites all attendees and exhibitors to visit their mobile store and patio at the Palm Beach Derby.


Ooh la la Pikeur valued at $300!