Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Friday, February 17, 2012
Walter Zettl’s “Matter Of Trust” DVD Series From Premier Equestrian Approaches Landmark $1 Million SalesSandy, UT (February 16, 2012) – Classical Dressage Master Walter Zettl’s DVD series “A Matter of Trust” has reached a prestigious landmark that many training videos – whether exercise, self-help or educational – rarely manage to achieve. Zettl’s “A Matter of Trust” series is approaching $1 Million in retail sales, making the series a huge success in not only the dressage world but in video sales in general.
Brian Walker Of Woodside Farm Wins Premier Equestrian Sportsmanship Award During Third Week Of FTI Consulting Winter Equestrian Festival
Walker has trained and worked for some of the best in the industry, including Gladys Adams, Buddy Brown, Paul Valliere, Missy Clark, Todd Minikus and Peter Leone, to name a few. While riding for Clark’s North Run as a junior, Walker racked up an impressive list of national championships, including winning the Maclay Medal Equitation Championship, the Reserve Championship in the WIHS Equitation Championship, the Reserve Championship in the USET Show Jumping Talent Search, the Ronnie Mutch Equitation Championship, the Kathy Scholl Equitation Championship and the Devon Equitation Junior Championship.
Thursday, February 16, 2012
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Dana Rivera Wins Premier Equestrian Sportsmanship Award At Wellington Classic Sunshine Challenge CDIWellington, FL (February 7, 2012)– Junior rider Dana Rivera competed the gorgeous black Russian stallion, Abrikos, in the FEI Junior Rider classes at the Wellington Classic Sunshine Challenge CDI, and she not only had a successful show but thanks to the smile on her face she rode away with the Premier Equestrian Sportsmanship Award. Sponsored by Premier Equestrian, LLC, a leading supplier of dressage arenas, horse jumps, arena footing and stable accessories, the Premier Sportsmanship Award is presented to a barn or rider who displays a high level of sportsmanship during a show and the winner receives a gift certificate for $100 worth of Premier products.
Sunday, February 5, 2012
Horse Training Circle Point System By Walter Zettl
Circle Point Markers By Walter ZettlCircle Point Markers were developed by Classical Dressage Masters many years ago. These Markers will help you to ride perfect circles and exercises. The markers identify the center and quarter lines, as well as mark 8 different locations on your arena to ride 6, 10, 20 meter circles flawlessly.
Sets include: (4) quarter line markers, (4) 20 meter markers, (8) circles and (16) points. 32 total markers. Includes pocket book instructions and layout diagrams. Circle Points Markers come in 3 different styles. Rail and Wall markers are made with 1/8” plastic and are coated with Ultra-Violet protectant.
Rail Circle Points
The rail version simply slips onto your existing arena rail. Available with either 1”, 1.5” or 2” channels.
$119 #10-070 Wall Circle Points
The wall version has drilled holes and include hardware to easily attach to walls or fence posts.
$99 #10-071 Label Circle Points
The label version is great for adhering to cones, pvc posts, fence rails or any other type of smooth plastic or metal surface. Markers are made of vinyl and have a 5 year adhesive.
$65 #10-072 Free Shipping to the Contiguous US
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Premier Equestrian Proudly Promotes “Made In America” Products
Sandy, UT (December 22, 2011) – Premier Equestrian, a leading supplier of dressage arenas, horse jumps, arena footing and stable accessories, has made a conscious decision to purchase “Made In America” products and proudly stands behind their commitment to help the local economy. Premier is well-known within the equestrian community for producing superior products, from dressage arenas used at the World Equestrian Games and the USDF Symposium, to arena footing for the rings at the World Dressage Masters to custom jumps that fill rings at prestigious shows across the country.
Wellington Rider Stephanie Frederick Wins Premier Equestrian Sportsmanship Award at International Horse Sport Dressage Show
“I truly believe we need to take care of our own country and support each other,” said Heidi Zorn, President of Premier Equestrian, a Utah-based company. “I would say that 98 to 99% of our products are made in North America and it was definitely a conscious decision we made to help our own economy."
Zorn said Premier did investigate having molded plastic products – such as dressage arenas, dressage letters and flower boxes, jump standards and jump poles -- made in China but after studying the facts they were convinced more than ever that they needed to employ from the local market. “When we checked into China we discovered that they did not guarantee quality control, they would charge us for putting UV inhibitors in the plastic products without actually guaranteeing the UV inhibitors would be put in and they weren’t willing to honor our intellectual property rights to not use our molds to go into competition against us,” Zorn said.
Zorn said the decision to have Premier’s products “Made in America” is one that the company is proud of and stands behind. “I am a real advocate that we should take care of ourselves and not foreign markets,” she said. “The best news is that we are very pleased with all of the companies we work with and have really found the American companies to be honorable and ethical.”
Premier employs molders in Utah as well as in California. “I really like our plastics that are made locally because we are able to control the UV inhibitors as well as impact modifiers and have everything produced according to specification without cutting corners,” she said, adding that Premier’s products, such as their dressage arenas, not only meet FEI and USEF published specifications but have a five year warranty against fading and discoloration due to weather or sunlight and are constructed with high-quality impact and UV-resistant polyvinyl chloride and polyethylene materials.
Premier’s products are sold around the globe and world-class riders from a variety of disciplines support Premier. “Our website offers extensive and informative information that can help horse owners understand the differences in everything from types of arenas we sell to the different types of horse footing available from Premier,” Zorn said, adding that Premier also has a YouTube channel featuring tips from professionals.
In addition to arenas, footing and jumps, Premier’s extensive website also includes equestrian necessities such as interlocking stall mats, base stabilization grids, carts, feed containers, water tanks, troughs and specialty hardware. For the rider, Premier offers helmets, gloves, Equine Comfort Products sheepskin saddle pads, educational material and training equipment. “We have some very exciting things for horse owners and riders,” Zorn said. Premier Equestrian also offers a complete line of horse jumps and horse jumping equipment, including jump standards, gates, walls, jump cups, horse jump poles, sponsor jumps, and cavaletti.
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Saturday, February 4, 2012
Dutta was awarded the Premier Equestrian Sportsmanship Award during the show, sponsored by Premier Equestrian, LLC, a leading supplier of dressage arenas, horse jumps, arena footing and stable accessories. “I try to keep a positive attitude and when I see an improvement in someone’s riding I always make sure I mention it,” Dutta said. “I like it when people do that for me also.”
Friday, February 3, 2012
Russian Olympian Ljubov Kochetova Wins Premier Equestrian Sportsmanship Award During First Week Of Winter Equestrian FestivalWellington, FL (January 26, 2012)– Russian Olympian Ljubov Kochetova showed off her upbeat attitude while competing a five-year-old Westphalian gelding named Corrado during the first week of the 2012 Winter Equestrian Festival, and her positive attitude helped her take home the Premier Equestrian Sportsmanship Award. Sponsored by Premier Equestrian, LLC, a leading supplier of dressage arenas, horse jumps, arena footing and stable accessories, the Premier Sportsmanship Award is presented to a barn or rider who displays a high level of sportsmanship during a show and the winner receives a gift certificate for $100 worth of Premier products.