Adequan® Global Dressage Festival Welcomes Week 10 Sponsors Today’s Equestrian/Diane and George Fellows and Mike & Roz Collins

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Wellington, FL – March 11, 2015 – The Adequan® Global Dressage Festival will host week 10 of top dressage competition at The Stadium at Palm Beach International Equestrian Center this week on March 11-15. The FEI CDI-W 3* Large Tour competition is sponsored by Today’s Equestrian and Diane and George Fellows, and CDI-W 1* Small Tour classes are sponsored by Mike and Roz Collins. The highlight class, the “Friday Night Stars” FEI Grand Prix Musical Freestyle, presented byToday’s Equestrian and Diane and George Fellows, is a FEI World Cup Qualifier held on Friday, March 13, and gates open at 6 pm. The week also hosts the Florida International Youth Dressage Championships.

 

Today’s Equestrian Magazine Alongside George and Diane Fellows
Are Excited to Sponsor the Upcoming AGDF10

 

Ashley Holzer of Today’s Equestrian, alongside longtime sponsors Diane and George Fellows, continue to provide opportunities for riders from around the world to experience the Adequan®Global Dressage Festival (AGDF). The expansion of dressage in Wellington attracted the trio to sponsor the circuit and has kept them involved as integral pieces in the show’s success.

 

Holzer, publisher of Today’s Equestrian and an Olympic medalist for Team Canada, hoped for a competition like AGDF during her early career and felt the need to support the circuit when it came to fruition. “We’re so lucky to have something like this in the U.S., and I am incredibly proud to be a part of it,” she said. “It’s crucial to the growth of our sport, and it puts North America in the international dressage spotlight.”

 

Diane Fellows, a close friend and supporter of Holzer, feels similarly about the opportunities AGDF has to offer riders of all levels. “Having a designated venue for dressage was so exciting,” she said. “We wanted to be first in line to sponsor an event like this. The show has expanded exponentially, and we are so thrilled to be a part of it. Alongside the growing presence of an international set of riders here, I am personally excited for the opportunities this competition provides the young medicines during pain such as ibuprofen, aspirin, and naproxen can lessen the so, how can you find the best diet pill when buy baclofen online from uk most  riders. This will leave a incredible legacy for the sport in this country.”

 

The friendship between Holzer and Fellows has spanned many years and as Fellows watched her horse, Dressed In Black, enter the ring last Friday night with Holzer at AGDF 9 FEI Grand Prix Freestyle, it solidified every reason she decided to begin sponsoring the event. She recalled, “Watching Dressed In Black come down the centerline with Ashley at his first CDI Grand Prix Freestyle competition at nine years old was unbelievable. To have bought that horse at three (years old) and see her develop him like the artist she is; it just was incredible to witness.”

 

“This venue is truly a building block for riders of all levels. I am very excited for the Prix St. Georges Adult Amateur class, as I am one myself, and we can say that we competed here too and that there are classes available for doxycycline acne before and after pictures doxycycline dosage ngu doxycycline without prescription everyone,” said Fellows. The addition of new classes is a result of the tremendous growth the competition has experienced. Holzer added, “I’m not surprised one bit by the growth. It is a top venue, and you can never beat the Florida weather in the winter. I’m hopeful that we will be able to support the growing number of competitors and continue to make AGDF a world-class competition.”

 

Adequan® Global Dressage Festival Welcomes The Collins Family
as Sponsors for Week 10 Competition

 

Michael and Roz Collins have committed another year of proud sponsorship to the 2015 Adequan® Global Dressage Festival. The Collins, who are very active in the global dressage community, are proud to support the fastest growing dressage circuit in the world.

 

“We’re founding sponsors of this circuit and with good reason. This show is spectacular and the growth has been amazing,” said Mike Collins. The family, originally from Bermuda, has dedicated their lives to ensuring the success of equestrian sport around the world. With farms in Holland, Spain, Bermuda, and Wellington, the Collins continue to positively impact the growth online canadian pharmacy store! prednisone generic name trade name. fastest shipping, prednisone online order. of dressage at every level.

 

“There wasn’t a lot of support behind dressage in Wellington when we got involved, and we felt it was something that could really grow into something meaningful. It was very memorable to be able to have my daughter-in-law compete baclofen online order. buy baclofen cheap. baclofen online australia. baclofen online no prescription. buy baclofen canada. cheap baclofen. mail order baclofen . here last year, Leida Collins-Strijk from Holland, and we’re looking forward to her joining us again next year,” remarked Collins.

 

AGDF has grown significantly in size and reputation since the inception of the show and Collins believes that will continue to be factor in its success for years to come. “To be honest, its quite unbelievable, the growth that’s taken place here in the past few year and it is absolutely wonderful,” he expressed.

 

As the popularity of AGDF continues to reach competitors from around the country and the world, the atmosphere at the show is a major factor encouraging riders to compete in Wellington. “Take Friday nights, you don’t get something like that everywhere, and really the only place in the U.S. is here. It is incredible to see the popularity of the sport, and you can really feel that on a Friday night at The Stadium,” he said.

 

Dressage isn’t the only sport that continues to bring the Collins family back for sponsorship but also the opportunity for equestrians of all disciplines to experience Wellington. “Not only is it the dressage atmosphere, but the opportunities across the street too. You can enjoy the sport here on Friday nights and buy cialis, order cheap cialis. online pharmacy, best prices. need a product that isn`t in the site? call us!. all medications are certificated! then see something completely different with the same atmosphere at the Winter Equestrian Festival on Saturday nights,” Collins remarked.

 

Even though their Bermudian blood runs deep, Collins believes that a venue like AGDF in the United States has only benefitted the country’s riding program. He said, “At one point, yes, you needed to go to Europe to feel like you were competing with the best, but I can tell you, we are surely catching up and that is thanks to this circuit and this show.”

 

The Adequan® Global Dressage Festival welcomes our wonderful sponsors for week 10 and wish all of the competitors the best of luck. Please visit www.globaldressagefestival.com for more information.

 

About the Adequan Global Dressage Festival:
The Adequan Global Dressage Festival (AGDF) is one of the world’s largest international and national dressage circuits featuring 7 FEI Dressage events, including a 5* and the only FEI Nations’ Cup Series CDIO in the Western Hemisphere. The AGDF offers more than $650,000 in prize money for the seven international competitions, making it one of the richest circuits in the world. The Stadium at Palm Beach International Equestrian Center facility includes the Van Kampen covered arena (made possible by Kimberly and Frederic Boyer and family) and four outdoor arenas with world-class footing, 200 permanent stalls, and a VIP seating area.

 

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