November 23, 2020

Allison Brock Wins World Equestrian Brands Tack Matters Award While Riding Rosevelt in Grand Prix Debut

Allison Brock Wins World Equestrian Brands Tack Matters Award While Riding Rosevelt in Grand Prix Debut

Wellington, FL (March 19, 2013) – Allison Brock was presented with the World Equestrian Brands (WEB) Tack Matters Award after riding her mount, Rosevelt in his first ever Grand Prix at the WEF Dressage Classic CDI-3*. The pair looked stunning, and although Brock felt Rosevelt was a little too fresh in his GP debut, she was very happy with the ride and is excited to continue on with him at this level. Rosevelt (Rotspon/Lauries Crusader xx) is an 11-year-old Hanoverian stallion, owned by Fritz Kundrun. Brock, who spent a year and half under the tutelage of Kyra Kyrkland, has been riding and training Rosevelt for three years, and she attributes much of her success with this horse, as well as others she has in training, to the importance she places on using the right tack. “It has to fit the horse well, so it can help me do my job,” Brock explained about why tack matters. “It has to look good, it has to be well made, and it has to last,” she added. It is this level of understanding that World Equestrian Brands wants to recognize, and why they selected Brock as the winner of the Tack Matters Award and a new Vespucci bridle.“I want to thank World Equestrian Brands, and Rosevelt’s owner Fritz Kundrun for their support,” said Brock. “We couldn’t do it without them!”

Allison Brock Wins World Equestrian Brands Tack Matters Award While Riding Rosevelt in Grand Prix Debut
Allison Brock (mounted) and Rosevelt, with owner Fritz Kundrun (left) and Robin Moore of World Equestrian Brands at the WEF Dressage Classic CDI-3*. (Photo courtesy of JRPR

Robin Moore of World Equestrian Brands explains that they strongly support this important part of equestrian sport. “We are dedicated to the equine industry and are constantly taking steps to be involved in the industry’s many facets,” she explains. “This is just one way that we support the riders and the show circuits, and congratulate Ali on her success with Rosevelt. They are sure to be a pair to watch in the future.

World Equestrian Brands is the US distributor of Amerigo, EA Mattes, Vespucci and Equilibrium products. Moore continues, “As riders ourselves, we are continually reaching out to other riders, competitors, organizers, and retail stores to listen to their needs and the problems they are trying to solve with their equipment.”

The high performance saddles and strap goods from Amerigo are unrivaled worldwide. Designed by Peter Menet, Amerigo saddles are handcrafted, and are designed using a scientific approach that integrates the biomechanics of horse and rider to improve comfort and performance. Understanding the dynamics of motion and what the horse’s body needs to be capable of at the top levels of all disciples is Amerigo’s strength. Amerigo’s goal is to provide comfort for the horse and rider and to enable them to be balanced and free to perform.

Moore states, “We hope our allegiance and experience with our products shines through in our customer service to provide you with quality assistance whenever you need it.”

For more information about World Equestrian Brands, visit www.worldequestrianbrands.com  or call 1-888-637-8463

Photo: Allison Brock (mounted) and Rosevelt, with owner Fritz Kundrun (left) and Robin Moore of World Equestrian Brands at the WEF Dressage Classic CDI-3*. (Photo courtesy of JRPR)

Robin Moore

World Equestrian Brands

rmoore@worldequestrianbrands.com

540-264-0154

 

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