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World Champion Suzy Stafford Endorses DSB Sport Boots Coatesville, PA (Aug 7, 2014) – Keeping horses fit and sound is key to success in the arena, and World Champion Driver Suzy Stafford has chosen to endorse Dressage Sport Boots (DSBs) for the protection and support they deliver to her horses. With a busy clinic and training schedule ahead of her for the summer and fall, Stafford plans to keep her horses at the top of their game using the best equine leg protection available. Dressage Sport Boots and All Sport Boots are unparalleled in quality and protection. Their fleece or neoprene lined boots mold to the horse’s leg, providing ultimate protection while allowing for freedom of movement. For turn out or for the extreme conditions on the marathon course, Stafford uses the All Sport Boot, which featured a neoprene lining over the rugged vinyl and a CoverlightStrike area to absorb impact. For working in dry conditions, Stafford outfits her horses in the Dressage Sport Boots. The orignal DSBs feature the traditional fleece lining over vinyl and the Coverlightstrike area. The DSB2 Extended Strength, bolster up the protection even more, featuring a Coverlightexterior throughout, extra padding on the strike area, and Cordura binding on the bottom to reduce stitch wear.

In addition the multiple options for performance, the DSBs also feature a wide range of colors and styles, branching out from the traditional black and white to feature gray and pink patent exteriors and various fleece colors. With a record of victories that includes winning a FEI Live Oak International CDE and the title of World Champion in both Morgan Carriage Driving and Friesian English Pleasure, Stafford has a proven record of success, one that she plans to continue with the support of Dressage Sport Boots. “The Dressage Sport Boots and All Sport Boots are a great option for protecting my horses,” said Stafford. “On the marathon there are many ways a horse can bang its legs or catch itself, and I like to keep their legs protected during all training as well, especially when driving multiple horses. The boots are easy to clean and put on, and deliver protection when the horses need it most.” For more information about Suzy Stafford, her training facility Stafford Carriage Driving, and upcoming events, visit www.staffordcarriagedriving.com or call (302) 540 5162. For more information on Dressage Sport Boots and All Sport Boots, visit their website at www.dressagesportboot.com .

DSB Dressage Sport Boots Sponsors International Grand Prix Rider Caroline Roffman Wellington, FL(Aug 4, 2014) - Dressage Sport Boot is proud to announce their sponsorship of international dressage rider Caroline Roffman. Top riders like Roffman rely on exceptional products to continue training and winning, which is why she’s so pleased to have Dressage Sport Boots as a sponsor. Roffman, who has won numerous US National Championships, first gained worldwide recognition in 2010, when she was presented with the FEI Rising Star Award. By June of 2013, shortly after earning individual Bronze and contributing to team USA Gold Medal in the Wellington Florida Nations Cup, the 25 year-old Floridian rewrote U.S. dressage history as the first rider ever invited to compete in the Under 25 Grand Prix division at Aachen and winning its CDIO5* reserve championship on Al Guden’s KWPN gelding Sagacious HF (Welt Hit II / Cocktail). This past June, Roffman had yet another successful outing at the 2014 USEF Dressage Festival of Champions in Gladstone, New Jersey. She and Her Highness O, her 16.2 black Hanoverian mare, scored an impressive 73.775% in the FEI Grand Prix Freestyle. As a result Roffman made the United States Dressage Team short list and is now training and competing in Europe with an eye towards representing the US in the World Equestrian Games. After a 4th place finish with a score of 72.18% in the Grand Prix Special at CDI4* Fritzens in Austria and a 70.36% at Aachen CDIO 5* in the Grand Prix, Roffman is proving once again she has what it takes to go all the way. She also has one-of a kind custom red patent leather DSB boots! "I love my DSB boots,” says Caroline. “I love all the new colors (especially my red set) and the patent leather. The best thing about the DSBs is that I can just throw them into the wash and the fleece lining comes out fluffy every time. DSB Boots are the standard for dressage. And red, well that’s just totally me!

The Dressage Sport Boot line is designed to provide excellent protection as well as comfort for the horse. They feature a rugged vinyl exterior with a Coverlight™ strike area, which is tear, puncture and abrasion resistant, and has excellent overall durability. For wet conditions or turnout, they also have the All Sport Boot (ASBs), which feature lined neoprene in place of the fleece. DSB also introduced a new line of colors in 2014: black, white, silver, patent, and pink. Riders have been thrilled with the new colors, and in the fall the DSB and ASBs will be launching the additional colors of navy and brown. These waterproof boots are highly resistant to fungicidal growth, making them an exceptional choice to withstand the rigors of the equestrian environment. These boots make life easier for the rider because of their easy Velcro strap application system and simple care, being machine washable. To learn more about DSB boots, call 561-676-1371, or visit http://www.dressagesportboot.com . Training and competing at this level is demanding, and Roffman appreciates the ease and durability of DSB Boots. Any thing which aids her and her horses in their journey is a welcome and indispensable addition. Roffman owns Lionshare Dressage based in Wellington, Florida and has established the performance record of a formidable contender on FEI small tour, Grand Prix and Young Horse circuits. You can learn more about her at Lionshare Dressage http://www.lionsharedressage.com .

Devon Kane Sponsored by Dressage Sport Boots Wellington, FL (July 30,2014) Devon Kane has been spending this summer soaking in as much knowledge and experience as she can with Hubertus Schmidt, and now her journey in the world of international dressage just gained another team member in Dressage Sport Boots. Dressage Sport Boots provide superior protection for equine legs through their fleece lined, vinyl exterior and Coverlight strike area. For wet conditions or turnout, they also have the All Sport Boot (ASBs), which feature lined neoprene in place of the fleece. Style is also key in dressage performance, and DSB introduced a new line of colors in 2014: black, white, silver, patent, and pink. Riders have been thrilled with the new colors, and in the fall the DSBs and ASBs will be launching the additional colors of navy and brown. Kane has been training and riding her own horses and Schmidts’ during her time in Europe, and now her horses will be working in style and comfort in the Dressage Sport Boots. Based out of her family’s Diamante Farms in Wellington, Florida, Kane is the head rider and trainer and had a very successful season in 2014 with Destiny, a horse she trained up to the Grand Prix herself. She and Destiny had multiple top placings at the 2014 Adequan Global Dressage Festival, and the pair was invited to compete at the 2014 Verden CDI 3* in Germany this summer. Despite Kane’s extensive accomplishments in dressage, she is always eager to learn more from top professionals such as Hubertus Schmidt. She has spent over a decade training with United States Olympic Bronze Medalist Michelle Gibson, and worked with Olympic Bronze Medalist and USEF Developing Coach Debbie McDonald. Her achievements include winning a USDF Gold Medal in 2012, a USDF Silver Medal in 2010, and a NAJYRC Gold Medal in 2007. Despite the excitement of showing, her main focus in Europe will be training with Hubertus Schmidt. In addition to Destiny, Kane also brought her young 6-year-old Winchester to Europe. “Winchester’s at a really cool place right now— I’m hoping to bring him out in small tour next year, so it’s good timing for him to go [to Europe],” she said. After the summer of showing and training in Europe, Kane will return to her dressage training, showing, and boarding business at Diamante Farms in Wellington, Florida. To learn more about Devon Kane and Diamante Farms, visit DiamanteFarms.com or call 210-240-1614. For more information on Dressage Sport Boots, visit their site at www.dressagesportboot.com .

Katherine Bateson-Chandler Teams Up With Dressage Sport Boots London, United Kingdom (July 22, 2014)Katherine Bateson-Chandler’s road to international dressage success continues this summer in Europe, where she will compete at prestigious international CDIs with the goal of gaining international exposure for her and her horses. Just before beginning her European journey, Bateson-Chandler joined forces with Dressage Sport Boots (DSBs) to support and protect her horses as they train at the highest level. The Dressage Sport boots provide superior protection for equine legs through their fleece lined, vinyl exterior and Coverlightstrike area. For wet conditions or turnout, they also have the All Sport Boot (ASBs), which feature lined neoprene in place of the fleece. Bateson-Chandler will also keep her horses looking sharp as they train and show in Dressage Sport Boots’ wide range of colors and materials, from black fleece with pink patent, to white fleece and silver. The boots also perfectly mold to and cushion the inner tendons and joints of the equine leg, preventing injury and absorbing impact. Following an impressive performance with her Grand Prix mount Welnetta at the US Dressage Festival of Champions, Katherine Bateson-Chandler recently arrived at Carl Hester’s yard in England to begin their summer tour. With the best of the best in the equestrian world gearing up for the 2014 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games in Normandy, France, Bateson-Chandler plans to use the highly competitive environment to amp up her own game as well as gain more international exposure for both herself and Welnetta. Owned by Jane Forbes Clark, the 11-year-old KWPN mare by Hexagon’s Louisville and out of a Rubiquis mare has been blossoming under Bateson-Chandler’s guidance, with top finishes at numerous CDIs during the winter and spring. The Hickstead CDI Nations Cup and Hartbury CDI are at the top of their summer list, followed by shows in Germany. “The Dressage Sport Boots are a great tool for us, both on the road and at home,” said Bateson-Chandler. “The look great, protect the very sensitive areas, and are easy to put on. That plus how easy they are to clean, makes them a great choice for busy riders.” Now an American citizen, Bateson-Chandler is based in Wellington, Florida and has ridden for owner Jane Forbes Clark for nine years, taking over from Robert Dover for whom she was an assistant trainer for several years. For more information on Katherine Bateson-Chandler, visit her Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Katherine-Bateson-Chandler-Dressage/651928248221736?ref=hl&ref_ . For more information on Dressage Sport Boots, visit their website at www.dressagesportboot.com .

Sponsored rider Katherine Bateson-Chandler  Katherine has been competing and training with Carl Hester in Europe this summer and she most recently was the highest placing American in the Grand Prix kur at the Saumur CDI 3*! Here is a recent image of her horse sporting your DSBs!

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