The Horse Of Course Rings in the Fall with Arena Sponsorships at Regional Championships

Saturday, October 11, 2014
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Beth Haist of The Horse of Course
Beth Haist of The Horse of Course

Claremore, OK – This fall, dressage equestrians can find everything they need to succeed in the show ring just by looking right outside of the arena itself. The full-service tack shop The Horse Of Course is appearing at major dressage shows across the United States, with all of the shop’s popular products and saddle fitting expertise in tow. Horse of Course will also be sponsoring the arenas at two major shows on the fall circuit, continuing their dedication to supporting the dressage community across the country.

The first shows on their hit list were the New England Dressage Association (NEDA) Fall Festival/GAIG/Region 8 Championships from September 17-21, the prestigious Dressage at Devon in Devon CDI from September 23-28 and the GAIG/USDF Region 1 Dressage Championships in Williamston, North Carolina from October 1-5, 2014. Soon after, the mobile store will travel to Lexington, Kentucky for the GAIG/USDF Region 2 Dressage Championships. At these two October championships, riders will not only be able to outfit themselves and their horses in Horse of Course merchandise, but will also be competing in the Horse of Course arena. Finally, The Horse Of Course will supply equestrians with their top-quality merchandise at the US Dressage Finals, November 6-9, 2014 in Lexington, Kentucky before heading back to Florida for the winter dressage season in Wellington.

Beth Haist, CEO of The Horse of Course, and her husband, the Master Saddlefitter Marty Haist, have been regulars on the American dressage to ensure that no dressage rider goes without properly fitting saddles, show clothes in the highest fashions, tack, grooming supplies, and any accessory they could dream up. Marty Haist, who studied at the Sommer Saddle Factory in Germany and with two English Saddlers in America, arrives at every show “ready and able to meet riders' saddle and leather needs,” as Beth Haist explains. Sought-after brands that The Horse of Course’s mobile store feature include Ariat, B//Verdigo, Gersemi, Laurel Burch, HKM, Kentucky, Euro Star, Equine Couture, Ovation, Pikeur, Pure Lime, Red Barn, Romfh, Sommer, USG, and Vespucci. Countless treasures can be found in the Haist’s mobile store, including items like full seat and knee patch breeches, classy belts, bridles, horse care supplies, and dress boots.
The Horse Of Course, based in Claremore, Oklahoma, loves participating in the dressage community by bringing its business straight to the center of the action. To Beth and Marty Haist, fulfilling the tack, clothing, and equipment needs of America’s equestrians is the best part of the job.

To learn more about The Horse Of Course, what the business offers, and the Tack Trailer, visit www.thehorseofcourse.com or call 888-494-6773.