Weber Wins at World Equestrian Festival By Kentucky Equine Research Staff · July 21, 2014
Chester Weber was the lone U.S. representative in a recent class of 25 international competitors at Aachen, Germany. Driving four Warmblood geldings in the CHIO, Weber led after Phase A, the dressage portion of the competition. He collected a few penalty points as the weekend unfolded, getting the fifth-best score in Phase B and sixth-best for Phase C. When the points were totaled, Weber led all others to claim victory in the division. Australian driver Boyd Exell finished in second place and Koos de Ronde of the Netherlands claimed third.
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