Wellington, FL – Windsor Equestrian, a supplier of high quality dressage tack and equipment, is a strong supporter of the equestrian community and also donated a horse, along with Willow Tree Farm, to the clinic. “These young dressage riders are the future of dressage in America and we were thrilled to sponsor them,” said Mette Larsen, President of Windsor Equestrian. “In addition to presenting each of the 10 riders with halters, we loaned a horse, United We Stand, to the clinic. It felt great to be part of a program developed by Rober Dover, Lendon Gray, and Courtney King-Dye with the generous support of other great equestrians like Anne Gribbons, Kathy Connelly, Katherine Bateson Chandler, Gary Rockwell, Arlene White, Allison Brunelli, Palm Beach Equine, Mary Beth Gordon, sports psychologist Dr. Jenny Susser, personal trainer Bob Gutowitz, and Dr. Rick Mitchell.”
A group of young up-and-coming dressage riders were all smiles during Robert Dover’s Horsemastership Clinic in Wellington when they not only spent a week riding under the best of the best in the dressage world but also rode away with beautiful new halters from Windsor Equestrian. As a sponsor of Dover’s clinic, part of the Emerging Dressage Athlete Program, Windsor Equestrian was pleased to present each participant with a Windsor Pro Comfort Halter.
Mette Larsen added that she was impressed by all of the work that went into the clinic. “The program couldn’t have been better. These young riders showed up to work and learn and everyone involved was very generous with their time. The organizers and instructors are world-class and that is exactly the level of teaching they brought to these young equestrians.”
Windsor Equestrian is familiar with striving to be the best, as their vision is to develop dressage tack that is superior in design, quality, function, comfort and beauty. “Windsor products are made from superior quality leather and we are always striving to make our products better, more comfortable and more durable. We offer a beautiful line of bridles, and they all come with a two-year limited warranty, as well as halters, nosebands, girths, strap goods, horse boots and saddle pads,” Larsen said. “We are currently working on two new saddles as well.”
Windsor Equestrian recently attended the USDF convention, donating a bridle and halter to support the silent auction. Windsor Equestrian will also be taking part in the silent auction at the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Equestrian of the Year Celebration. “Windsor Equestrian will be featured at all of the dressage shows in Wellington during the 2012 show season,” Larsen added. “We look forward to being part of this prestigious show season and can’t wait to meet new customers.”
For more information on Windsor Equestrian and to view their products, visit www.windsorequestrian.com. Windsor Equestrian products are also available through these dealers: The Dressage Connection in Wellington; Hobby Horse Saddlery in Huntington, New York; and Neptune Feed & Farm Products in Calverton, New York.