Horse of Course Presents High Point Awards at Houston CDI Spring Classic

Saturday, May 24, 2014
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Celeste Eberle (left) and Beth Haist of The Horse of Course. (Photo: Leslie Roher):
Celeste Eberle (left) and Beth Haist of The Horse of Course. (Photo: Leslie Roher):

Houston, TX - Winning is always easier when you have a top team supporting you. The Horse of Course is proud to have sponsored the champion coolers for the high point winners by level, Training to 4th and FEI combined, at the Shoofly Farm CDI 1*/3* Division Champions at this year’s Houston Dressage Society Spring Classic II. The winners were Anna Whit Watkins riding Oublette, Shoofly Farm CDI3* Grand Prix Champion with an average score of 66.765%, Kalie Beckers riding Carush, Shoofly Farm CDIY FEI Young Rider Champion with an average score of 66.760%, and Celise Eberle, Houston Dressage Society II FEI high point rider on Rubato with a score of 65.658. The show was held April 24-27. The Houston Dressage Society is dedicated to furthering the art of dressage through education for its members and to conduct shows in order for its members to achieve their goals. HDS is a Region 9 Group Member Organization of the USDF and an Affiliate Member of the USEF.The Horse of Course, a full-service tack shop, provides top quality, fairly-priced merchandise and services to those who need it at the events where they gather. Their convenient mobile shop offers a complete selection of tack and apparel for the English rider: show clothing, stable accessories, training equipment, gifts, books, and equestrian sportswear, everything needed to compete, from fashion to the new FEI Dressage Tests, making it one of the busiest places at every show grounds.



Katie Beckers riding Carush. (Photo: SusanJStickle.com)
Katie Beckers riding Carush. (Photo: SusanJStickle.com)

“We are always looking to give back and support our dressage community, from sponsoring the Global Dressage Festival high score during the winter season, traveling to shows in the summer, and supporting shows like Houston with championship coolers, ” said The Horse of Course, Inc. CEO, Beth Haist. “Dressage riders from around the world have come to rely on finding our products, clothing and saddles, and we really have begun to feel like partners in many of their show careers. We also will have all of the new tests available, which will no doubt be very important for riders this season.”
The Horse of Course continues to innovate, resulting in their own leading-edge design saddles through master saddle fitter and co-owner of The Horse of Course, Marty Haist, who’s available to fit your saddle on site at the show or at your farm, and through the latest in equestrian fashion and exceptional products. “We’ll be here to help you find what you need quickly so you can spend more time in the saddle earning those high scores!” said Beth Haist. The number of products they offer grows daily. If you don’t see exactly what you’re after, please email sales@thehorseofcourse.com, or call 1-888-49 HORSE (46773.)