Wellington, FL – February 23, 2012 – Jason Canton and his four-year-old Oldenburg stallion, Supremat OLD, once again achieved the highest score at the Global Dressage Festival National 1 Horse Show on Thursday. This time they received a 75.417% in the USEF Training Level, Test 1 – Open class. On Wednesday the pair scored 80.714% in the USEF Training Level, Test 2 – Open class.
Kimberly Herslow was a close second for high score on Thursday with 74.872% in the USEF Third Level Test 3 – Open class riding Rosmarin. Alix Szepesi and William improved on their Wednesday score of 70.517% in the USEF First Level Test 1 – Open class to finish with 71.724% on Thursday.
Wellington, FL – February 22, 2012 – Jason Canton, 45, scored an amazing 80.714% on Supremat OLD at the Global Dressage Festival National 1 Horse Show on Wednesday. Canton achieved this high score in the USEF Training Level Test 2 – Open with only a week’s preparation in Florida.
“I just got him out of quarantine last week,” said Canton of his stallion. “We bought him at the auction in Vechta, Germany. I was very pleased with him today; it was a good ride.”
Supremat is an Oldenburg (Sandro Hit x Feingau x Rubenstein) and is only four years old. His credentials include a second place in the Bundeschampionate in the Three-year-old Riding Stallions class. He was also Reserve State Champion of the Three-Year-Old Stallions at the Oldenburg State Championships in Rastede, Germany. Canton is on the move again with his new charge to the Lone Star State.