The Horse of Course Kicks-Off the Season in Style by Sponsoring Exhibitors’ Party at the International Horse Sport Dressage Premier
West Palm Beach, FL (January 25, 2013) – The Horse of Course owners, Beth and Marty Haist helped kick-off the 2013 dressage season in style by sponsoring the Exhibitors’ Party on the evening of Saturday, Jan 11th during the International Horse Sport Dressage Premier show held at Equestrian Estates in gorgeous West Palm Beach, Florida. The celebration sizzled with excitement for the new season, and the list of party goers read like a who’s who of superstars in the dressage world. As always, the Horse of Course was at the center of the party, providing support and everything else necessary to launch another successful season for dressage riders throughout the winter competitions in Florida.
“We are just thrilled to be able to support these amazing equestrian communities of White Fences and Loxahatchee,” says Beth Haist of The Horse of Course, “and we will do our very best to continue to provide everything the dressage riders need, wherever and whenever they need it during this winter season.” The Haists were able to join the party themselves after a busy day working the HOC mobile trailer which was on site during the competition. Mette Larson of Neue Schule Bits also attended after an exciting day of introducing their amazing new bits earlier at the Horse of Course. In true Florida style, Jules Anderson helped get the celebrations started when she rode up on her beautiful mare, Donachamp, after they finished their class, and lead a wine toast from horseback! Heidi Degele, who was the Horse of Course High Score award winner of the show, was in attendance as were Lars Peterson, Melissa Taylor, Ed Boroson and John Flanagan and Norine O’Sullivan.
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, shadbellys and accessories, The Horse of Course is a favorite stop for many of the nation’s dressage riders. Catering to their clients’ needs and decking out horses and riders in world class fashion, The HOC carries well-known lines including: 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.
Photo: Beth Haist (left) and Mette Larsen during the Exhibitors Party at the International Horse Sport Dressage Premier. (Photo courtesy of JRPR)
The Horse of Course, Inc.
Beth Haist, CEO