NEWS FROM THE 2001 COSEQUIN WINTER EQUESTRIAN FESTIVAL
Palm Beach Polo Equestrian Club
Zada Enterprises, LLC Florida Dressage Classic IMPRESSIVE
WELLINGTON, FLORIDA - February 17, 2001 - It was an impressive day during the featured Grand Prix Special today at the Zada Enterprises LLC Florida Dressage Classic, part of the Cosequin Winter Equestrian Festival at Palm Beach Polo Equestrian Club on Pierson Road in Wellington. It was a dynamic comeback for Canadian Ashley Holzer, wife of Show Jumping's Rusty Holzer. She took first place in today's Grand Prix Special on board the 11 year-old Dutch Warmblood stallion, Imperioso with a score of 67.132%. The dynamic duo also took first in Friday's Open Grand Prix with a score of 66.000%. Lynda Alicki, of Wellington, partnered with 10 year-old Dutch Warmblood gelding, Impressario took second place today with a score of 66.977%. Alicki and Impressario won Friday's USET Grand Prix with a high score of 64.333%.
Karen Lipp and her 11 year-old Dutch Warmblood gelding, Douwe, made a clean sweep of the USET Intermediaire I qualifying classes, scoring a 68.167% in the USET Prix St. Georges this past Thursday, and a 68.750% in Friday's USET Intermediaire I.
Look for Holzer and Lipp in Sunday's Intermediaire Freestyle and Grand Prix Freestyle as the Zada Enterprises LLC Florida Dressage Classic continues, as well as Olympic caliber Show Jumping with Sunday's $75,000 Ford Idle Dice Florida Classic at 2 PM and the WCHR Hunter Spectacular. Gates open at 8 AM. Call (561) 793.5867 for more information.