(Global Dressage Festival) – Wellington, Florida – Caroline Roffman, resplendent in a green top hat in honor of St. Patrick’s Day, rode Pie to victory in Intermediare 1 at the $15,000 Wellington Dressage Classic CDI***, presented by the Chesapeake Dressage Institute, held March 15-18 at the Global Dressage Festival (GDF)Stadium show grounds in Wellington, FL.
Fifteen horse and rider combinations from seven different “ buy cheap generic fluoxetine online without prescription” fluoxetine is used to treat depression, panic attacks, obsessive compulsive disorder, a certain countries competed in the Global Dressage Festival’s large Stadium on a clear, breezy day. At the completion of the class, Roffman and Pie were the clear winners with a score of 69.289%.
Roffman rose up through the ranks of the Dressage Young Riders program and has become a top contender in the FEI small tour at the Global Dressage Festival generic estrace . estradiol 74 pg ml estradiol watson 487 5mg lexapro dose day 3 estradiol 31 6 mg. estradiol level 48 with or without food dog ate 25mg of this season. Her scores with Pie, (Hanoverian by Worldly, out of WorldLady) have been in the upper 60s for the last two CDIs.
“It’s Pie’s 10th birthday tomorrow,” said Roffman. “I trained him myself with the help of my coach Lars Petersen. He has exceeded my expectations.”
“Sue Stickle had a St Patrick’s Day top hat that I could wear if I won,” said Roffman. She had to ask the Ground Jury’s permission, and they unanimously agreed that St. Patrick’s Day is indeed a special occasion in need of celebration, so the hat was brought out for the presentation buy cheap estrace cream – estradiol cream online at a discount from a canadian pharmacy online or toll free 1-866-539-5330. picture.
Shawna Harding and Rigo, a ten year old Hanoverian by Rotspon, out of Winnepeg (Weltmeyer) cialis comparison levitra viagra, buy levitra – online pill store, best offer.. took second place with 68.526%.
“Overall I think his performance was really good,” Harding commented. “He tried to stay with me. He’s a fantastic horse and he does really try.”
Shelly Francis and Doktor scored 67.500% to take third place in the Intermediare 1 class.
Photo Courtesy of Global Dressage Festival by Sue Stickle