Weber is Victorious at Royal WindsorBy Kentucky Equine Research Staff · May 18, 2015
“We won Royal Windsor!” With that brief Facebook post, Chester Weber summed up his weekend in England, where he competed in the Royal Windsor Horse Show against the world’s best four-in-hand drivers.
Dressage day was cold, windy, and rainy, and horses can easily lose their concentration in these conditions. Weber, who is sponsored by Kentucky Equine Research (KER), was up to the challenge as he drove a near-perfect test and collected the best score. He finished third in the marathon phase, moving to an overall second place, but redeemed his top standing with an excellent round in the cones course to win the competition.
Hard-working horses lose important electrolytes when they sweat during exercise. Weber uses Restore SR, a slow-release electrolyte developed by KER to replace these substances, helping horses recover well after performing. Restore SR is formulated to release sodium and other minerals gradually, leading to maximal absorption in the horse’s digestive system.