Wellington, FL – February 22, 2012 – Kimberly Herslow of Stockton, NJ, and Rosmarin had the highest score on Tuesday, February 21, in the Global Dressage Festival 1 National Horse Show. Herslow and her Hanoverian gelding, owned in partnership with Robert and Lisa Fritschy, scored 72.561% in the Third Level Test 2 – Open class. Herslow feels that the best is yet to come for her horse that is turning seven years old this year.
“I am sure that he will be going to the Grand Prix level,” said Herslow. “He is a very special horse with lots of potential.”
Kim found “Reno”, as he is affectionately called, in Germany as a three-year-old and she has been training him ever since at her Upper Creek Farm in Stockton, NJ.
National Horse Show competition continues through Thursday, February 23. For more information on the GDF National Horse Show 1, please call visit the website at www.globaldressagefestival.com under the link for dressage show information on the main homepage or call 561-793-5867.
About the Global Dressage Festival
The Global Dressage Festival (GDF) is one of the world’s largest international and national dressage circuits featuring five CDIs, including a 5*, the first non-championship CDIO Nations’ Cup in the Western Hemisphere, and nine U.S. national events.
The GDF is offering more than $275,000 in prize money for the five international competitions making it one of the richest circuits in the world. In addition to the CDIs with national competitions, the GDF will feature four separate national shows to be held at the newly constructed venue that extends the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center (PBIEC) show grounds.
The GDF encompasses almost 60 acres of the former Palm Beach Polo Grounds. The facility includes four outdoor arenas with world class footing. Future planned improvements include a covered arena, permanent covered spectator seating for the central outdoor arena and a permanent Patrons Club and 200 permanent stalls.
Please visit www.globaldressagefestival.com or call 561-793-5867 for more information.