Peters & Legolas 92 Earn Personal Best Grand Prix Score on First Day of Mid-Winter Dressage CDI-W

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Steffen Peters & Legolas 92 on their way to a personal best Grand Prix score. (Terri Miller)

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Burbank, Calif. – The West Coast 2015 prozac sale uk. prozac prices united states. prozac prices united states. prozac cost uk. order cheap prozac online . generic prozac. where can i buy prozac uk. CDI season got off to a hotly-contested start on Friday as top riders and horses from the U.S. and Canada sought valuable qualifying scores for this year’s Reem Acra FEI World Cup Dressage Final and the Pan American Games at California Dreaming Productions’ Mid-Winter Dressage CDI-W/Y/J/U-25, being held February 20 – 22 in Burbank, Cal. Despite the tough competition, both Steffen Peters and Sabine Schut-Kery rose to the occasion to win the first day’s tests in their respective large and small tour divisions.

“We saw some nice up-and-coming horses with lots of potential today,” said CDI judge Jeanne McDonald (4* USA), but she was most impressed with Steffen Peters and Legolas 92’s domination of the Grand Prix Test. “That was the best I’ve ever seen Legolas – it was special,” said McDonald of Four Winds Farm’s Westfalen gelding (Laomedon x Fuerstin by Florestan II), whose commanding performance earned multiple marks of 10 on their way to earning a personal best Grand Prix score of 77.880% over fellow Californians Kathleen Raine and Breanna (Brentano II x World Queen by Weltmeyer) with 71.280%. “Our ride today felt wonderful and I was thinking to myself, ‘boy this is one of his best goes ever’, and I hoped the score would reflect that,” noted Peters. After a somewhat disappointing Grand Prix performance last month in Florida, Peters returned a variety of demographic, medication, provider, cost , and regulatory factors were statistically associated with new starts of and switches to generic fluoxetine after  home to California to restore the pair’s confidence – and the strategy worked. “He was so beautiful to ride and soft in my hands, and when he’s like that I know I can really go for it. It was a wonderful ride,” Peters explained. “We’ve competed here at the Los Angeles Equestrian Center for many years, and there’s so many wonderful memories here. It’s a special place and it’s good to be home.”

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