Wellington, FL - February 17, 2009 - Six-time Olympic dressage rider Robert Dover has unveiled a new website and blog, The website is the four-time Olympic Bronze Medalist's newest venture, and is sure to bring dressage fans inside the sport like never before.
"I have always been very outspoken and this website is the perfect forum for me to express my thoughts and feeling on topics which are important to me, as well as to the greater dressage community," said Dover, considered by many to be this country's most accomplished dressage rider. "I am very excited about this website, and I hope that my fans will find it to be entertaining and insightful, as well as an effective way of staying in touch with me."
The site features two main sections, everything Horsey and Everything Else,bothof which offer advice, opinions, current events and stories from Dover's life.
The Everything Horsey section features Dover's thoughts on many of the equestrian world's hottest topics, as well as feedback from bloggers. Dover gives an inside look into the world of dressage, and is never shy about voicing his opinions and feelings.
There are special sections such as Out for Good that honors individuals and Out Around the World that features photos and stories chronicling Dover's traveling experiences around the world, whether for clinics, FEI meetings or anything else.
The website also features links to some of Dover's favorite websites, such as The Equestrian Aid Foundation, which he co-founded in 1996 with Robert Ross and Mason Phelps, to bring help to those in the horse world suffering from any life-threatening illness or catastrophic injury.
Visitors to the site can also learn about Dover's World Symposium Tour, in which Dover will visit farms across the United States, South America and Europe to lecture and instruct riders in clinic settings.
The web site offers advertising opportunities. Anyone interested in reaching dressage audiences should contact Dover's World at email@example.com
Robert Dover has earned more honors than any U.S. dressage rider in history, competing in six consecutive Olympiads (1984 - 2004), as well as four World Championships and seven World Cup Finals.
In 1987, Dover defeated six-time Olympic gold medalist Dr. Reiner Klimke to win the Aachen Grand Prix in Germany. It was the first time an American had won at Aachen since 1960. In 1994, Dover was named "Male Equestrian Athlete of the Year" by the U.S. Olympic Committee after winning the World Championship team bronze medal at the World Equestrian Games in The Hague while finishing 5th individually.
More information about Robert Dover and his many activities can be found on line at Dover's World at www.doversworld.com