Weber Fourth in World Driving ChampionshipsBy Kentucky Equine Research Staff · September 6, 2016
KER-sponsored driver Chester Weber competed for the United States Driving Team in the 2016 FEI World Driving Championships for Four-in-Hand in Breda, Netherlands.
Finishing third in the dressage phase with a score of 40.94, Weber finished in fourth place overall with a score of 192.11 and was the top U.S. driver in the championship. The team finished in sixth place overall.
Weber competed with his own 2005 KWPN gelding Amadeus, 2006 KWPN gelding Boris W, 2000 KWPN gelding Boy W, 2001 KWPN gelding Uniek, and Jane Clark’s 2003 KWPN gelding Splash.
Weber relies on KERx Special Needs Nutrition products Restore® SR and Bio•Bloom™ PS to support optimal condition and performance in his horses. Restore SR is an electrolyte featuring advanced technology to release sodium gradually into the bloodstream rather than all at once, allowing horses to absorb it slowly over a period of several hours. Bio•Bloom PS is a dual-action supplement designed to promote and maintain healthy hooves and skin from the inside out.
Weber also uses the KER ClockIt™ Sport mobile app to track his horses’ conditioning programs.