Golden State Dressage Classic CPEDI3*

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Canadian Para-Equestrian Dressage riders, Jody Schloss and Robyn Andrews, secured top finishes at the Golden State Dressage Classic CPEDI3* held in Rancho Murieto, CA, June 14-16th, 2013.

On day one of the competition, Schloss of Milton, ON, guided Inspector Rebus, her 15-year-old Dutch Warmblood gelding sired by Sambertino, through their Grade la Team Test where the pair posted a final score of 70.435% resulting in a first place finish, while duo Robyn Andrews, of St John, NL, and Fancianna, her 12-year-old Warmblood mare, captured second place with a final score of 68.696%.

“I always strive to achieve a personal best score at each competition and I was thrilled that I was able to do this in my team test. I received a 70.4% which is my highest score at a CPEDI in this test and is also my first qualifying score for WEG,” said Schloss.

Of her horse’s performance and future goals, Schloss remarked, “I am always very happy with my horse Inspector Rebus, he is such a good boy! He sometimes has difficulties interpreting my aids and that causes some mistakes in the tests. It will be my focus now to make more correct aids so that we can improve our harmony and intern improve our marks. I will now be returning with Inspector Rebus for the summer to Milton, Ontario, where I will continue ?????????????? 21 : buy generic prozac no prescription fluoxetine 20 mg tablet medisch buy fluoxetine online no prescription uk prozac how much does it cost to train with my coach Jessica Rhinelander. I aspire to achieve the qualifying score over the next year and represent my country at the World Equestrian Games in Normandy, France”

In Saturday’s Individual Test, Schloss and Inspector Rebus secured first place on a final score of 68.116%. Andrews and Fancianna took second with their final score of 65.507%. Sunday’s presentations proved to be buy amoxicillin without prescription uk purchase amoxil amoxicillin generic and brand name as equally successful for both teams as they posted scores of 67.667% and 66.083% in their Freestyle Tests, once again taking first and second respectively.

“I went to the CPEDI3* in Rancho Murieta to obtain International experience and to achieve scores that might help in qualifying for WEG 2014,” explains Andrews of buy cialis online, order cheap cialis. order cheap levitra viagra online buy her goals heading into the event. “My horse, Fancianna, and I were pleased with our performances this past weekend. Friday was the Team test and my coach Sue McTavish felt it was the best test I rode. I have to work on keeping a constant rhythm. Fancy is a wonder horse and works very hard for me.”

As for the future development Andrews says “My plan for the upcoming season is to show improvement in small areas that can help keep a constant rhythm and being even more accurate. I will be showing during the summer where to buy cheap fluoxetine online ? here you can order generic fluoxetine hcl / prozac with no prior prescription. purchase fluoxetine with fedex  also. All in all it was a wonderful show and the judges were very fair and very helpful.”

For her long range goals Andrews offers “I plan to continue to build on my successes with each competition I atarax (hydroxyzine) is used to treat anxiety disorders and allergic skin conditions. inludes atarax side effects, interactions and indications. generic atarax enter, hoping to attain my goals.”

Also representing the Canada at the CPEDI3* Rancho Murieta was FEI Para-Equestrian Dressage Judge, Lorraine Stubbs; FEI Classifier, Marion Slatter Blitstein; and Student International Classifier, Sue Foell.

The FEI Ground Jury included President Alison King (HK) FEI 4*; and FEI Ground Jury members David Schmutz (USA) FEI 4* and Lorraine Stubbs (CAN) FEI 4*.

For complete show results, click here.

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