U.S. Grand Prix Dressage Rider Relocates to Florida

Medfield, Massachusetts, USA. October 14, 2015

U.S. Pan American Dressage Gold Medalist Heather Blitz and her team will be relocating to Florida on November 1, 2015 for the next two seasons. Blitz will be based at  a private training center and has decided to stay in Wellington through to the 2016/7 competition year. Her team of horses include her Pan American team gold and individual silver medal partner Paragon, the talented seven year old stallion Ripline, whose career already includes 24 wins; notably the National Six Year Old Champion, National Third Level Champion and Region 8 Third Level Champion, and the 2009 Danish Warmblood gelding Praestemarkens Quatero, who will make his Florida debut this winter.

Blitz will be accompanied by her Assistant Trainer Katie Robicheaux with her horse - Avignon, plus her own clients. Blitz's regular students; the Para-dressage rider Annie Peavy will bring her 2014 World Equestrian Games partner Ozzy Cooper and Lancelot Warrior.

"I've decided to stay in Wellington through next year, even though it means dealing with the summer heat. I will be concentrating on training rather than competing over the summer months and, as usual, conducting weekend clinics throughout the U.S.," noted Blitz who has been based at Cutler Farm, Medfield, MA for the past three summers.


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Heather & Paragon