Horse of Course Wraps up Wellington Show Season in Style

Beth Haist, Dr. Cesar Parra, Robin Moore and Marcela Ortiz with mini Brand Ambassador Vita Flex at the Makeover Madness Soiree.

Beth Haist, Dr. Cesar Parra, Robin Moore and Marcela Ortiz with mini Brand Ambassador Vita Flex at the Makeover Madness Soiree.

Wellington, FL– The Horse of Course was the “Toast of the Town” this season in Wellington, FL, hosting three fabulous events on the green in front of its mobile boutique at the Adequan Global Dressage Festival. The popular tack shop hosted a top-notch fashion show and party with the latest in equestrian styles from abroad, in conjunction with KEP Italia, Style Stock, Ronner, IAGO, and EGO7 in February. In March, The Horse of Course hosted the Makeover Madness Soiree, and then a St. Paddy’s day bash to round out the season.

Louisa Raske Pinguad, winner of the Vespucci Bridle and Swarovski crystal embellished Hamag leather number holders at the Makeover Madness Soiree.

Louisa Raske Pinguad, winner of the Vespucci Bridle and Swarovski crystal embellished Hamag leather number holders at the Makeover Madness Soiree.

The Makeover Madness Soiree, held in the vendor area in front of The Horse of Course’s mobile boutique at the show grounds, included hors d’oeuvres, cocktails, and fabulous prizes. Co-hosted by The Horse of Course, Vita Flex, World Equestrian Brands, and Hamag, the well-attended soiree attracted a number of Olympians, including Kasey Perry Glass, Sue Blinks, Allison Brock, Adrienne Lyle, and Dottie Morkis, and featured a guest appearance by the mini horse Ambassador Vita Flex to oversee the Vita Flex tack trunk contest.

Prizes at the Makeover Madness Soiree included an elegant Hamag Swarovski number holder, Hamag wallet, Vespucci bridle, Neue Schule bit, a makeover by celebrity makeup artist Leslie Munsell of Beauty for Real, a $500 certificate to Oceanside Medical Aesthetics, a hair cut and style by Damiano Guardino at Union Color Salon, and a horse and rider photo shoot by Christine Rose Photography.

On St Patrick’s Day, the Horse of Course was once again the lucky place to be– with raffles, giveaways, and of course some green beer, libations, yummy appetizers, and of course, style by the mile provided by the Horse of Course!

Shannon and Marcus Orlob with The Horse of Course CEO Beth Haist

Shannon and Marcus Orlob with The Horse of Course CEO Beth Haist

The Horse of Course, known for having the best and latest in dressage fashion, is a strong supporter of the equestrian community. Dressage riders from around the world rely on the company’s products and fashions, and the tack shop offers top proven brands, innovative new products, complete customized saddle fitting, and customized bit fitting.

Be sure to come and visit the Horse of Course next season at the Adequan Global Dressage Festival in Wellington. In the meantime, shop online at www.thehorseofcourse.com or visit The Horse of Course mobile boutique as it travels to dressage competitions across the U.S. For more information on The Horse of Course’s selection of quality tack, apparel, and other merchandise, or to find out where The Horse of Course will be next, visit the company’s official Facebook, Instagram, or website, or call 888-494-6773.




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