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Wellington, FL – March 24, 2014 – The eleventh week of competition of the Adequan Global Dressage Festival (AGDF) concluded on Thursday, March 23, at The Stadium at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center (PBIEC) in Wellington, FL. The AGDF 11 National show presented the unique opportunity for riders to compete at a world-class facility while contesting national level competition.

 

Riders from around the globe competed in the AGDF 11 National, including German Marcus Orlob and his mount Shakespeare RSF. The pair earned a top score of 72.947% in the FEI Intermediaire-1 class on 2 days ago – chief executive officer of which will will buy generic prednisone 20mg this buy generic prednisone 20mg. brand cialis generic release date Thursday. Shakespeare RSF is a ten-year-old Hanoverian stallion out of EM Acapella by Sandro Hit and is owned by breeder Maurine Swanson.

Marcus Orlob and Shakespeare RSF

American riders enjoyed several notable victories throughout the week as well. Jan Brons rode Alpha’s Why buy prozac online uk buy fluoxetine online in uk fluoxetine 20 mg g prozac nation (2001) watch online buy prozac online canadian pharmacy where can i buy Not, owned by Patricia Hernandez, to the top of the FEI Intermediare B class. The 11-year-old Hanoverian gelding (Friedarike G x Waikiki) scored a 71.310% with Brons to win the class.

 

Fellow American Rick Rockefeller-Silvia won the FEI Intermediaire-1 Freestyle class with a score of 71.375% aboard Rubinero 2, a 14-year-old Oldenburg stallion out of Faola by Rubenstein 1. Rubinero 2 is owned by Dawn Bernardo.

Rick Rockefeller-Silvia and Rubinero 2

The FEI Test of Choice gave competitors the chance buy atarax, atarax online, order atarax online, purchase buy atarax to tweak the details of any test on the FEI levels in the grand setting of The Stadium. With stadium seating lining one side of the ring and the Global Pavilion bordering the other, The Stadium provided a high caliber atmosphere for those also wishing to gain experience in an international environment.

 

Chase Hickok, also of the United States, earned first place in the FEI Test of Choice, opting to perform the FEI Young Rider Grand Prix 16-25 test with Sagacious HF. Hickok scored a 70.349% to win the class with Sagacious HF, a 15-year-old KWPN gelding (Judith x Welt Hit II) owned by Hyperion Farm and bred by G. van du Boogard.

Chase Hickok and Sagacious HF

CDI competition returns order baclofen without prescription. buy baclofen cheap . on Thursday, March 27, to The Stadium at PBIEC for the grand finale of CDI competition at the AGDF. The AGDF 12 CDI 5*, presented by Diamante Farms and Wellington Equestrian Realty, will host the biggest and brightest competition of the season, with over 100 entries for the week. The “Friday Night Stars” FEI Grand Prix Freestyle will also return on Friday, March 28, at 7:00 p.m. Admission is free as is general parking. The Stadium is located at 13500 South Shore Boulevard in Wellington, FL.

 

For full results and more information, please visit www.globaldressagefestival.com.

 

Photo Credit: Photos © SusanJStickle.com.

 

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