Wellington, FL (May 2, 2012) – Eduardo Munoz, who rides with Dr. Cesar Parra’s Piaffe Performance Farm, rode Calidian Sun to the World Development Group High Score Circuit Championship during the 2012 FTI Global Dressage Festival in Wellington. World Development Group, a premier developer committed to building the equestrian lifestyle, sponsored the First Level division at each show throughout the Global Dressage Festival circuit.
Evonne Hart, riding Landino, earned the World Development Group Reserve High Circuit Championship. Munoz won the High Circuit Championship with a 76.034 and Hart earned the Reserve Championship with a 72.568. Munoz and Hart competed at the Global Dressage Festival’s inaugural 2012 circuit, one of the world’s largest international and national dressage circuits featuring a CDI3*, a CDI5*, and the first non-championship CDIO Nations Cup in the Western Hemisphere.
The Global Dressage Festival offered more than $275,000 in prize money for the five international competitions making it one of the richest circuits in the world. There were nine national shows as part of the GDF, five were held with the CDIs and four were held as separate events. The 2012 FTI Global Dressage Festival High Score Circuit Champion Awards were presented to the highest score won at each level throughout the first eight shows.
“This was a very exciting award for us to sponsor, as the World Development Group built the Global Dressage Festival. It was wonderful for us to be at this great facility sponsoring awards and being part of the excitement of the Global Dressage Festival’s inaugural year,” said Jack Mitich, Director of Equestrian Sales and Products for World Development Group. “We want to congratulate Eduardo and Evonne on their success throughout the circuit and we are thrilled that they won the Championship and Reserve Championship High Score Awards.”
The World Development Group is dedicated to creating the equestrian lifestyle and has made a huge impact on Wellington by building the new show grounds for the Global Dressage Festival in Wellington. “We are a premier developer of the equestrian lifestyle, and the new Global Dressage Festival facility encompasses everything an equestrian could dream of in one location. The equestrian community has embraced the facility and we look forward to helping riders, owners and trainers build their own equestrian lifestyles,” Mitich said.
The World Development Group uses only the finest products and materials, such as those from MD Barnmaster and Rigid Global Buildings. They also offer a fully licensed in-house architectural group, land development division and zoning and engineering team. “We are able to successfully complete projects in all 50 states and around the world. We are focused on developing projects that promote the equestrian lifestyle and are dedicated to guiding our clients through every decision of the building process,” Mitich said. “We are known for a wide range of equestrian projects, from small residential barns to complete show facilities, from custom homes to high-rise hotels and equestrian themed residential communities.”
For more information on World Development Group, visit their website at www.wdgintl.com.
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David Zinaman, Director of Real Estate Sales and Marketing
World Development Group