Check out the view from the driver’s bench as we ride along with Chester Weber and his outstanding dressage test from Ocala’s 2016 Live Oak International!
Chester Weber just won his thirteenth career Live Oak International combined driving event, sweeping all three phases with his fabulous four-in-hand. This latest accomplishment caps an impressive list of achievements, including an individual silver medal at the 2014 World Equestrian Games as well as being the first American driver to win in Aachen.
Weber brings us along for his winning dressage test — climb right up to the driver’s bench and get a good look at what it’s like to pilot the four bay KWPN geldings Boris W, Danzer, Para and Ultra.
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Driver’s Eye View of Chester Weber’s Dressage TestRide along with Chester Weber on yesterday’s Live Oak International dressage test! #LiveOakInt
Posted by Live Oak International on Friday, February 26, 2016
The Live Oak International combined driving event takes place in February each year at the Live Oak Plantation in Ocala, Florida, drawing the best drivers in North America to contend for top honors. Combined driving tests a driver and team’s ability to execute a dressage test, display endurance and accuracy in the cross-country-like marathon phase and finally test navigation in the cones phase — truly like three-day eventing on wheels with four horses instead of just one.
Go Chester Weber, and go driving!