Premier Equestrian is proud to announce U.S. Dressage Team Member Sabine Schut-Kery as their newest ambassador. Sabine Schut-Kery is an elite dressage rider and trainer who operates her private training business out of Toyon Farm in Napa Valley, California.
“We are thrilled to welcome Sabine Schut-Kery as our newest Premier Equestrian Ambassador,” said Heidi Zorn, president of Premier Equestrian. “We would like to congratulate her on her huge success and for making the U.S. Dressage Olympic Team at the Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo. It’s a wonderful accomplishment.”
“It’s an honor to be an ambassador for Premier Equestrian,” said Sabine Schut-Kery. “I have such strong beliefs in good horse arena footing, and I can say with 100% confidence that Premier Equestrian Footing has helped protect, condition, and reduce stress for my horse, Sanceo. Premier Equestrian Footing is part of the puzzle that I had to figure out and helped me get where I am today with Sanceo. There is a personal and strong success story with Premier Equestrian on my end.”
Premier Equestrian provided the arena footing products for Toyon Farm where Sabine Schut-Kery rides and trains. The company has also provided footing for Steffen Peters, Adrienne Lyle, Laura Graves, the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center—home to the annual Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF)—the Desert Horse Park, and other training, boarding, and private facilities throughout the U.S., Canada, and Mexico.
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 groomers, OTTO Sport base mat systems, arena hydration products, 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 for the safety and performance of their horses.