Nadine Burberl and Fiderhit OLD Take Top Honors and Win The Horse of Course High Score Award at the WEF Dressage Classic CDI-3*
Wellington, FL (March 28, 2013) – The Horse of Course was proud to present The Horse of Course High Score Award once again to Nadine Burberl for hitting the high score at the WEF Dressage Classic CDI-3*. This time, Burbel rode the gorgeous mare, Fiderhit OLD (Fidertanz x Sandro Hit), owned by Sarah and Michael Davis, into the winner’s circle. “She’s beautiful to ride,” said Burberl about the horse, “She’s very sensitive, and I just enjoy every one of her gaits. It’s so nice to have a horse like her to ride.” Burberl topped everyone at the show with a score of 76.552% in the First Level, Test 1. She was presented with an embroidered saddle pad and tri-color ribbon from The Horse of Course.
Burberl is a member of the Piaffe-Performance team, headed up by Dr. Cesar Parra, and has been training and riding many of the team’s young horses into the ribbons all season long. “Nadine has done a wonderful job helping Fiderhit develop along with teaching her to trust her rider and trust the different surrounding environments during the shows,” said Parra, “She is a very beautiful and powerful horse, and stands as a great example of what good training can do. I’m very happy with the job Nadine is doing with this mare and all of our young horses this year.”
Burberl and Parra wanted to thank Beth and Marty Haist, owners of The Horse of Course for sponsoring the High Score Award. “This recognition means a lot to the horse owners, riders and trainers who work so hard during the shows,” commented Parra, “It really makes everything more fun!”
The Horse of Course High Score Award recognizes weekly winners at the Florida circuit shows including the International Horse Sport Dressage series, the Global Dressage Festival, the Gold Coast Dressage Association, and Wellington Classic Dressage shows. The HOC High Score award is presented to riders achieving the highest score at these selected shows. “We love being able to recognize outstanding equestrians with this award,” explains Beth Haist. “It’s so exciting being involved and available at these shows for these amazing riders.”
The Horse of Course is a favorite stop for many of the nation’s dressage riders. Based in Claremore, Oklahoma, the HOC mobile store travels the nation offering everything for the discriminating equestrian. From show supplies, bridles, saddles, and saddle pads to fashionable equestrian attire, breeches, jackets, shadbellys and accessories, The HOC, has everything on site that horses and riders need while competing in the Florida shows.
The Haists will continue to be on hand throughout the circuits, catering to their clients needs and decking out horses and riders in world class fashion, including these well-known lines: Gersemi, Laurel Burch, Pikeur, Ariat, Kentucky, Goode Rider, Red Barn, Vespucci, Ovation, Intec, Kerrits, Romfh, Pure Lime, USG, and B//Verdigo. “We also carry the HV-Polo line which has been a big hit with our riders,” adds Haist. “The line offers stylish fun polo shirts, jackets and breeches with crested embroidery, microfiber cottons in the latest fashion colors from Germany. A highlight of this line is the matching coordinates for your horse including blankets, coolers and saddle pads.”
To learn more about The Horse of Course, visit their website at www.thehorseofcourse.com.
Photo: From left to right, Sarah Davis, Nadine Burberl, and Michael Davis accepting the Horse of Course High Score Award. (Photo courtesy of JRPR)
The Horse of Course, Inc.
Beth Haist, CEO