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Endel Ots Offers Training and Sales Services Out of Palm Beach Equine

Monday, August 4, 2014
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Palm Beach Equine’s newest resident, Endel Ots shown here on Agastrofos winning Reserve National Champion in the 2012 Developing Horse Grand Prix  (photo cortesy of Endel Ots Dressage)
Palm Beach Equine’s newest resident, Endel Ots shown here on Agastrofos winning Reserve National Champion in the 2012 Developing Horse Grand Prix (photo cortesy of Endel Ots Dressage)

Wellington, FL – With a history of success in the show arena, in the sales barn, and with finding exceptional horses in Europe, Endel Ots now offers his expertise in the dressage industry from his new base at Palm Beach Equine Equestrian Center in Wellington, Florida. With easy access to the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center show grounds, beautiful, airy barns, ample turnout, indoor and outdoor arenas, training track, and all of the amenities including a full service vet clinic on site, Endel Ots Dressage’s new home base is an exceptional summer or winter home for clients and students. An accomplished rider and trainer with multiple Grand Prix wins to his name, Ots has honed his skills to serve clients looking to sell or purchase exceptional dressage prospects, as well as to help them achieve their goals in the show arena. With numerous connections in the North America and Europe, Ots has consistently matched buyer to seller, and among those some of the biggest names in dressage. One such horse was Agastrofos, a stallion Ots trained and competed with for two years. Aga, as he was known around the barn, and Ots won the 2012 Developing Horse Grand Prix in 2012, before the horse was sold to a client of 6-time Swedish Olympian Tinne Vilhelmson-Silfven.

In 2014, Ots already has a number of top class sales to his name: a Grand Prix schoolmaster named Gasper that was once ridden by Spanish Olympian Juan Matute, Sr. in the Nations Cup and a small tour horse once campaigned by American Olympian Lisa Wilcox. Ots has also found multiple world-class horses for clients in Europe, including a number of Olympic prospects for the 2016 Games in Rio de Janiero.

Ots’s resume as an agent is as impressive as his show record, which also grew during 2014. He showed and qualified Everglades Dressage’s Donatus, a 10-year-old German bred gelding by Don Schufro, for the Young Horse Championships in August. Undefeated in their career together, Ots and Donatus are currently the highest ranked pair in the Developing Horse Grand Prix, going into the Championships with an average score of over 71%. He also qualified his own horse, Lucky Strike, to compete in the USEF 4-year-old division at the Championships.

“I am really thrilled about the new possibilities at Palm Beach Equine,” stated Ots. “The direct access to a vet clinic, covered arena, world class amenities, and central location make it the perfect place to welcome clients both old and new.”

For more information on European sales trips, Ots, and his current selection of horses for sale, visit his website at www.endelotsdressage.com.