New Deal With Konig Boots And The Horse of Course Kicks Off the Season In Style
Wellington, FL (December 26, 2012) – The Horse of Course is excited to announce a brand new relationship with Konig Boots, allowing The HOC to offer unprecedented prices on these amazing, top-line German boots so riders can kick off the 2013 winter season in style. Beth Haist, owner of The Horse of Course, explains the decision to begin carrying Konig, “We are always looking for ways to best serve our customers, and we wanted to be able to offer people something special this year. I really feel that Konig makes such a solid, high quality boot, so we decided to make a big purchase.” She continues, “We can now offer riders something that will be in stock, with plenty of sizes to try on. So, while it lasts, if someone has straight measurements off the chart, we have a special on three colors, cognac, nugget or black, with zippers and high Spanish top for only $899, and only a very small upcharge for custom sizing.”
Haist also explains that because these boots are done in box calf, they are more durable than calf skin dressage boots. This means that because of this special offer, the serious equestrian will get even more value for their money with a boot that will last much longer. The HOC will also carry the patent leather Konig in three colors, chocolate, navy and black, and is offering an unprecedented special that is almost 50% lower than the expected price for this line while they last.
The Horse of Course is an avid supporter of shows and events across the country, and is considered a loyal partner to dressage shows everywhere. Based in Claremore, Oklahoma, their 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, shadebellys and accessories, The Horse of Course is a favorite stop for many of the nation’s dressage riders. “We are very excited to be the place to shop this winter season,” says Haist, “We have everything horses and riders will need while competing in the Florida shows.”
Also new and exciting this year is the delicious variety of colors the HOC vendors are offering, especially items featuring the stunning and popular emerald green. “We have a new, washable shadbelly from Grand Prix that comes in five colors; black, navy, grey, green and chocolate,” describes Haist. “These are so lightweight that you can just throw them in the washing machine.” The Haist’s travel the country 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.
To learn more about The Horse of Course, visit their website at www.thehorseofcourse.com.
The Horse of Course, Inc.
Beth Haist, CEO
Photo: Beth and Marty Haist of the Horse of Course, Inc. are adding Konig boots to their selection of equine apparel. (Photo courtesy of JRPR)