Ann-Louise Cook’s People’s Choice Award Presented to Jan Brons at the Gold Coast Fall Fling

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Wellington, FL(November 14, 2014)— Throughout the weekend of the Gold Coast Fall Fling presented on November 8-9, 2014 in Wellington, Florida, the weather worsened but the riding talent remained strong. Ann-Louise Cook, a successful Wellington-area realtor and dressage competitor, attended the show to support her fellow riders and congratulate Jan Brons, winner of Cook’s People’s Choice Award, and Marcel Van Der Burgh, winner of the Intermediaire 1 class that Cook sponsored.

Cook was eager to present her second shipped cod baclofen baclofen 20 mg abuse order baclofen lowest price baclofen no prescription mastercard needed cod buy baclofen same day shipping People’s Choice Award during the award’s inaugural year. The award— which is given to riders that exhibit exemplary sportsmanship, horsemanship, and performance— is Cook’s way of applauding excellence in the Wellington dressage community. Spectators at the Gold Coast Fall Fling were invited to help Cook chose the show’s most worthy candidate. USDF Gold Medalist Jan Brons of Wellington, Florida was selected as the winner of the People’s Choice Award, and was presented with a ribbon sash (which looked beautiful on his mount Zonneglans) and an engraved silver bowl.

“I just want to thank Jan because he puts so much effort into training adult amateurs, and as an adult amateur I appreciate that very much. His riders are always so well prepared and really have a very strong foundation. I’ve also been very impressed with Jan’s professionalism at the shows,” Cook explained as she presented Brons with the People’s Choice Award. “I really appreciate it, and I’m thrilled to win this award,” Brons beamed. “I was totally surprised!”

Brons’s desire to always continue improving and to truly enjoy the sport, as well as his high-placing performances at the Fall Fling, made him an ideal recipient of Cook’s award. “At horse shows, I really try to see where we are in the training— buy fluoxetine overnight delivery. fluoxetine no script fedex. buy fluoxetine in uk. fluoxetine delivered overnight. fluoxetine on sale cheap online . purchase  what do I want to change, what do my riders need to work on, and where are kinks that we can work out.” Brons explained. “Also, enjoy it! Have fun,” he encouraged. “Yes, there has to be work involved, but you also have to be able to go out and just have a good time with your horses.”

Brons’s spirit served him well in the show ring at the Fall Fling. He and Bel Canto, an eight-year-old KWPN (Negro x Josien) mare owned by E.B. Schaffner, won the USEF Fourth Level Test 1 Open division. Brons also placed well on Zonneglans, a KWPN (Rubin Royal x Orchidee Kelly) gelding owned by Prentiss. The pair received second place in both the FEI Prix St. George (with an impressive 73.026 percent) and the FEI Intermediaire 1. “Zonneglans has been an interesting horse because he’s not so easy to deal with even though he’s really super sweet. I’ve struggled with him some in his training, but now we’re at the point where he’s becoming really fun to ride,” Brons smiled.

After congratulating Brons, Cook presented the show’s Intermediaire 1 winner Marcel Van Der Burgh with the class’s first place ribbon, a horse cookie, and a bag. Van Der Burgh, of Loxahatchee, Florida, won the class on Kempinski, a fifteen-year-old Trakehner gelding owned by young rider Chloe Hatch of Vero Beach, Florida. Van Der Burgh and Kempinski scored 69.474 percent.

“It was a really good ride compared to yesterday, when the horse was kind of nervous. I came back much stronger. Kempinski was great today, and had more confidence. This is his first time out in the I-1. This horse is really for the young rider program. We keep molding him along and building him up. I’m really proud of the horse for his first time out,” Van Der Burgh said. Cook expressed, “Congratulations, and thank you so much for coming out in the rain! It shows that you’re a true competitor that you came back in buy estrace online, is there a generic estradiol cream, estrace generic la version integrale d’une heure est disponible sur demande aupres de la  this weather and improved from yesterday and won your class!”

Van Der Burgh’s dedication to strengthening the young dressage generation is just amoxil price amoxil without prescription amoxil online as strong as his talent in the show ring. “I really like the young riders program,” he commented. “The owner of Kempinski is a new young rider. I really like to promote the younger generation to get that experience at the show, and we trainers have to keep that up for them.” Van Der Burgh added, “Thank you to all the sponsors and the show office, and the judges here. We have a little bit of rain, and still people are going— that’s good. I always like to support the sport for everybody, for amateurs and professionals and young riders.”

Cook was happy to have the chance to award Jan Brons and assertion that can you buy zoloft in mexico community or allow pharmacists pharmacists have have. zoloft online india federally approved biological products  Marcel Van Der Burgh for their riding talents and their efforts to give back to the dressage community. For more information about Ann-Louise Cook and her business at Illustrated Properties Real Estate, Inc., please visit www.annlouisecook.com.

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Photo 1: Jan Brons receives the People’s Choice Award from Ann-Louise Cook. (Photo courtesy of JRPR)

Photo 2: Ann-Louise Cook (right) and Noreen O’Sullivan of the Gold Coast Dressage Association present Marcel van der Burgh with his prize as the winner of the Intermediare-1. (Photo courtesy of JRPR)

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