The U.S. Dressage Short List Mandatory Observation Event for the Tokyo Summer Olympic Games at Palm Beach International Equestrian Center with Competitors Riding on a Surface That Features Premier Equestrian Footing Products

The U.S. Dressage Short List Mandatory Observation Event hosted at Palm Beach International Equestrian Center (PBIEC) in Wellington, Florida runs from June 8 through June 11, 2021. The event will highlight the 15 U.S. Short List athlete/horse combinations vying for team selection ahead of the Tokyo Summer Olympic Games over two days of competition. The competition will be streamed live on USEF Network.

The U.S. Short List competitors, including Premier Equestrian ambassadors Adrienne Lyle and Steffen Peters, will be riding on a surface that features Premier Equestrian Footing Products at PBIEC. In 2019, Premier Equestrian had the pleasure of supplying Premier ProTex® footing product and OTTO Sport base mats to upgrade PBIEC’s International Arena. PBIEC is one of the premier equestrian venues worldwide, hosting 36 weeks of competition throughout the year including the internationally acclaimed Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF). Premier Equestrian is the Official Footing Product Supplier for the International Arena at WEF.

For the last decade, Premier Equestrian has been studying how equestrian arena surfaces interact with horse biomechanics. All Premier Equestrian arena footing products are formulated with biomechanics and injury prevention in mind.

Premier Equestrian is North America’s leading supplier of high-quality footing products, arena drags and groomers, OTTO Sport base mat systems, and arena consultation. Premier Equestrian is a recognized expert in horse arena footing as it relates to equine biomechanics. This knowledge is used daily to help horse owners across North America improve arenas and footing.

Visit their website at PremierEquestrian.com or call 800-611-6109.

For more information contact:
Heidi Zorn, Premier Equestrian
1-800-611-6109
heidiz@premierequestrian.com

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